Brave New World...was published right before a lot of these people were born.
Back in my day, dogs were sweet. If they weren't, they were dead. (via reddit)
Old people invented the Internet. They did not, however, invent Facebook. It shows. Don't get me wrong—sometimes old people do it better than anyone, like when they call out their descendants on being lame. Or when they have friendly conversations with brands, or unfriendly conversations with brands...they have a lot of conversations with brands, specifically Walmart. Other times, they rival teenagers at not knowing what is and isn't appropriate to post on the social networking site. They may have fought in wars and participated in civil disobedience, but give them a blank box where they can enter anything for the world to see, and soon the whole Internet is held hostage like the patrons of a Denny's where someone's grandmother is telling the staff what she really thinks of Obama.
I have a feeling Beatrice B has been called a few b-words in her day. (via)
Susan is the person local news producers tailor their shows around. (via reddit)
You now understand 80% of what seniors do on the Internet: find a more complicated way to complain to the manager. Seems to work, though. (via reddit)
Maxine knows everyone is dying to hear her opinion. Maxine also doesn't care. (via)
Seriously, though, your meal looks great. Enjoy it! Before you get cancer.
On second thought, change your friends, too. (via reddit)
You laugh, but when Minna thought a puppy was being eaten, she said something.
I know it's something that happens to a lot of grandmas, but accidentally tagging Grandmaster Flash will never get old. (via reddit)
I would pay extra taxes for PSAs from the 21st Century on every channel. (via)
To be fair, that was how technology was supposed to work by 2015. (via reddit)
This is why you don't see old people defend Obama online: they got hungry.
Inappropriate comments? Check. Thinking "LOL" makes it ok? Check. It's official: grandma is a neckbeard. (via)
Judith has apparently found People of Walmart (or that's what they want you to think).
You're not wrong, Mom. (via reddit)
Patricia, you're doing it wrong. Walmart, you are doing it scarily well. (via reddit)
Let's take it home on a sweet note. Thanks, Grandma. (via reddit)