When Some People Find Modern Technology too Complicated

That’s all Grandma ever needs, really…

Innovations and breakthroughs in the world of modern technology are continuous, and there isn’t a day going by that some genius inventor or conceptualist is storming up ideas on what new discoveries are to be realized.  For the most part, today’s society finds it easy to adapt to these changes and improvements, but there are some folks out there who aren’t so keen on learning new things.  In fact, they’re so used to keeping things simple that the stuff you see in store shelves these days prove to be such undecipherable devices and gadgets that will just confuse them even further.  Case and point the following pictures…

Somewhere in the world, there are PC master race gamers who are crying their hearts out.

We get the importance of hardware maintenance.  We are PC users ourselves, and we'd like to make sure that all the internal parts are fully functional.  Yet, what's a little dusting off anyway?  Not effective enough for you, bro?  You just had to wash it down?  Good luck turning it on again.

Guess your mom’s brain cells also DY’ed, didn’t they?

Yeah, that's how you read the logo.  There is a company called DY... In that thing you call a mind, mom.  Wait, what's that?  I said to turn the laptop upside down?  Oh, HP Laptop, that's what it's called?  Yes, that's what it's called.            

What’s the next best thing? Photocopying, that’s what. Idiot.

Again with the lack of appropriate knowledge on the use of modern tech.  Yes, we understand that you're still exploring stuff around your mobile device.  Yes, we understand that you can't remember all the shortcuts.  Yes, we are totally laughing at your expense right now.  Talk about old school, this surely defines it.

Well, that’s putting it bluntly, kid.

Gotta love parents. For all their knowledge of the harsh realities of this world we're living in, they sure can be somewhat amusing when it comes to modern technology.  Then again, we can just be smart asses about their accidental naivety on all things digital.  Yes, we totally agree with the child here.  We'd be driving several Fords too if we owned Google.

There’s absolutely no way she can fail on this… Unless…

We can only imagine the look on his face if his mom ever moved the icons on the tray by accident.  We just wonder how many photos of himself he can take to get the message across.  That'll be a whole lot of unnecessary storage used up on the computer.  The next thing you know, your mom's going to complain that everything's so slow in working.  Oh well, time to delete some stuff then.