20 Times Old People Hilariously Failed At Social Media

20 Times Old People Hilariously Failed At Social Media

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For some people, the use of social media is really something that comes rather naturally.

These days, children are growing up with easy access to smartphones and tablets, so it’sno wonder why the newest generation is so handy when it comes to social media.

Even fast food companies like KFC and Burger King have Twitter and Facebook accounts.

But for people like your mom, dad, and grandparents, Facebook and Twitter aren’t easy to use.

While they want to join in on the fun and keep in contact with us, using Facebook and getting your head around the concept of ‘selfies’ is very difficult at times.

This is one of the best examples of the generation gap. But by god it’s hilarious!

Here are some of the funniest photos of the elderly struggling to get their head around social media.

It’s so funny!

1.

Wow, what an incredible father!

2.

I wonder if Google actually responded to them…

3.

She must be a big Tom Hanks fan.

4.

Nothing eases the pain of losing a neighbor quite like getting a new dog.

5.

You know what they say, 7th time the charm…

6.

Congratulations on beginning to learn the art of selfie taking!

7.

What on earth?

8.

Aww, that’s so cute. He’s trying to order food through Facebook…

9.

If that’s the case, why did you give it one star?

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10.

I bet she feels daft now!

11.

Now that’s just savage!

12.

That’s a very odd looking necklace… I think it’s more of a necklace for you mouth…

13.

Oops, looks like she accidentally shared the recipe for a perfect government.

14.

Wait, Grandma is leading a double life as Grandmaster Flash?

15.

Wait, that means Jesus was a Jedi…

16.

Ok…

17.

Doesn’t she have a phone? It would have been easier to read it on that.

18.

Aww, now I’m disappointed it’s not lasagna.

19.

Maybe we should tell her that’s no a sad face…

20.

Should we tell her?

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