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“Have you given up trying to get your parents to understand your blog, let alone Twitter and Facebook? We’re here to help. Hire us, and we’ll have a patient ten year old call your parents and explain the intricacies of social networking and micro-blogging to them. Our ten year olds are selected not only for their knowledge and expertise, but also for their ability to present the information like the kind of polite young ladies and gentlemen that appeal to parents. Plus, they call home every once in awhile, which is more than we can say for you. For an extra $100 we can have our operators convince your parents that they shouldn’t use any of these services or their identity will be stolen by a cyber-stalker just like they showed on that one 60 Minutes episode. We highly recommend you pay the extra fee. No one wants their parents on Facebook. No one.”


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  1. This was a *LOL* post. Also, I relate to your George problems. Brad Pitt can’t get over that I dumped him for Simon Baker.

    Thanks for the laugh, doll! XOXO

  2. very cute

  3. that’s why I’m not on Facebook… my youngest thinks it would be “strange”. My 2 sisters joined this year and have told me I should too, but I’m holding out. I actually enjoy this blogging thing (more creative), and if I got on FB I’d never get anything done around here!

    my veri word is woopee!

  4. oh… one more comment… have you seen that Microsoft commercial where the 4 year old is demonstrating how to take a digital photo, download it to the computer and print it. It’s so cute! I love it!

  5. That is so funny!! I have a nephew that is a whiz. I’m still trying to figure out Twitter!

  6. SO FUNNY!!!!!:-) I would actually love someone to help me with twitter…like understand “what’s the point”??? I manage to blog and have a facebook… now I’m exhausted!
    YOu know I am a faithful follower…I finally realized I needed to do more than that so I don’t get behind on your beautiful/hysterical blog, so I just subscribed. Please keep making my day.
    Signed, the person who writes comments that are way too long and against blog etiquette!!!

  7. P.S.
    I’m stealing your playlist song for today. Thank you…I thought you wouldn’t mind:-)

  8. I’m with Suzanne…I have a website, a blogsite, I’m on Facebook…but, I just don’t get this “Twitter Thing.” I don’t have another moment to learn either! I simply cannot keep up!