LOL, nice kid.
Has the entire world become dysfunctional?
My son is a major techie. I often will to work out my tech issues on my own at first, but if its waaaay over my head, I go to him, and ta da...its fixed! :)
I was glad our new computer came with an OS I sort of understood. I have enough trouble with my nexus and this android jellybean thing. Jellybeans are tasty treats to me not operating systems.
yep...it's official....I'd be a BAD parent. The second that kid said nope.... I'd march in and confiscate his computer ...that I obviously bought for him. (and probably smash it too).....
My son does that, but he's just kidding. :-)Pearl
I laugh at that commercial too! :)
Rodney does that sometimes but I won't let him get away with it.
Dear HR Lady, Do you really have to laugh so loudly whenever I ask about my retirement package?
Marg--I sorta get the same thing...but not quite so in-your-face. Ugh.Chuck--Yep.Hot Rocks--I can't say it's that easy here, but Col is away at school, so he isn't easy to reach. Nancy--That's how it feels when I ask for help here!Patty--I feel like I'm 8000 years old whenever there is new technology. Sigh.BumbleVee--I've been there, but I've never gotten a full blown "Nope", but the attitude is there. And no, I don't just walk out in defeat--there is a lot of yelling about not helping me out. Pearl--I think this is how it feels more than an actual scenario. Well, here, anyway. :)Candy--That's certainly how it feels sometimes. I guess that is why I think it's so funny.Veronica--I try not to let him get away with it either, but sometimes the battle isn't worth it. Jerry--Your retirement package is a 401(k) that you never contributed to, Jerry. How many times do I have to tell you???!
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