27 Old People Being Awesome On Facebook. #2 Isn't Even Close
by N/A, 9 years ago | 3 min read| 483
Facebook may just seem like a social network... but when the elderly start getting involved, it becomes an absolute comedy GOLDMINE.
They'll take you to emotional places you're not always ready to go, but you've always kind of wanted to just get it out on the table.
If you take too long and miss something vitally important, they'll call you on it!
They are appreciative, but savvy...they're not gonna blow up your spot, if you know what I mean.
While it seems like they're behind technology... they're actually just light years ahead of it.
They know what they want, and won't stop trying until they get it.
They have a lot of feelings, but they always know the appropriate places to express them.
They don't sugarcoat when things are going wrong.
Not even to Walmart.
So what if they don't always nail the copy and paste concept?
They're only humans!
If you are friends with them on Facebook they'll treat you like family.
They know what they need from Fox News.
They get a little saucy on Twitter.
I mean who doesn't?
They like to keep tabs on you, in an endearing and appropriate way.
Their concern is just so genuine.
They can lose their train of thought but they get it right back!
They're incredible conversationalists.
They know exactly how to post photos tastefully on the Internet.
And on that note... they take PHENOMENAL photos of themselves.
They know the best ways to contact their children.
They always check in before they do something wild.
Their compliments are short and sweet.
They're always down for a night on the town!
If they're struggling with technology they always know the appropriate time to ask for help.
They're not too neurotic about spelling.
Like... at all.
When there's a problem, they make moves.
They keep the right people informed about family tragedies.
They're always good for a pick-me-up.
Even when they may not have been the person you were hoping for...
When there's a pressing issue, they know exactly where to turn to find answers.
Thanks for clearing up that mystery, Advil.
Do not show me this again