Sometimes older people and technology don’t mix. We millennials fully depend on technology to function, but we’ve got to remember that these people were around when you had to look something up in a book, not just Wikipedia. So, sometimes they aren’t really tuned into how the internet is supposed to work.
Like, poor Joel here, all he wanted to do was order some corn from Old Country Buffet. Apparently he thought he could order it through their Facebook app to … Hanoi, Vietnam?
Mom, if I ran Google, you’d have servants run all your internet inquires for you, since you clearly don’t know how it works. Honestly, my mom is the same way. Whenever I fix anything for her on her laptop she thinks I’m a brilliant software engineer.
Jeeze, Josh, maybe Jasper is just on vacation. Did you ever think of that before jumping to that conclusion? It is really nice of you to check in on him though. Maybe that’s more of a personal question for next time you’re in the store, though.
Someone please get this guy an enormous flat screen TV for a computer monitor. I don’t get how this guy surfs the web. He can only see five percent of the webpage at a time. I do appreciate the effort, though.
Are you sure your mom didn’t mean to post that picture of a turkey? Maybe she is just really proud of her culinary skills. Or maybe your mom thought that it was a picture of a dog. Either way, your mom should see an optometrist.
Well, thanks for sharing that, Gail. But, before we wail at Gail for her insensitivity, maybe the name “Chad” means something really cool in another language. Hmm … probably not. Well, Gail is just proud of her grandson and you can’t blame her for that.
I don’t know about you, but granny is looking fly AF in that photo. I’m honestly surprised she was actually able to change the background on her own. But, I’m glad she did. Grandma is looking like a snack.
Well, maybe if more people were polite to Google, it would come back with better search results. But, seriously, this may be the cutest thing I’ve ever seen. Young people these days don’t have any manners.
Another granny using “please” and “thank you.” Honestly, Zuckerberg should create technology that will post pictures on a verbal/ written command. Who has time for going through our photos and selecting which ones we upload?
Something tells me that Ellen has a Kate Gosselin circa 2008 haircut and is someone who always asks to speak to the manager. I really hope that Ellen finds joy in other things in life besides complaining. But, then again, complaining is my bread and butter.
Well, Phyllis looks like she knows a good tall glass of lemonade when she sees one. I would definitely trust her opinion on this one. Old ladies are always offering you glasses of cold lemonade and stuff. They know what they’re talking about.
Every time my mother’s computer malfunctions, she will pull the same thing. Notice how she wrote when you were home “six months ago.” Yeah mom, I planted a virus in the computer that was programmed to lay dormant for six months just to suddenly wreak havoc on your computer. But, dinner sounds good.
There’s just a point with parents that you’ve got to give up. My mom has gotten to taking selfies from below the chin angle and sending them to me. Nobody looks good from that angle. But, I would never tell her that.
Ruth was waiting to pounce on this comment like a kitty. She wanted Jennifer to know she was suffering, and two cute kitty photos was the perfect way to get everyone’s attention. Yeah, Ruth, we feel for you.
Oh, this guy isn’t bitter at all. Well, this isn’t the most appropriate place to share that information. Maybe he’s confusing Facebook for those online therapy sessions. Sorry about your marriage, buddy, but this isn’t the time or the place.