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Everyone can relate to a parent not quite having that built-in technology chip, right? You know the ones. They still sign their emails with “Mom,” to them, “LOL” means “lots of love,” they actual write out “hashtag,” and autocorrect is their worst enemy. Oh, wait, that last one applies to all of us. But you catch our drift.

Most of our parents look at their cellphone the same way cavemen looked at fire  — it’s probably something good, can possibly be used for good but use it the wrong way and they’ll get burned. And that’s just when making a call. For some, texting is as unthinkable as hunkering down for a few hours of Minecraft; for others though, they’ve got it down, so much so that they can teach us a thing or two.

Parents and technology. Sometimes it can be good, sometimes bad but every time, it’s hilarious.