16 Hilarious (And True) Tweets About Technology, #4 Will Make You Feel Like A Dinosaur.

16 Hilarious (And True) Tweets About Technology, #4 Will Make You Feel Like A Dinosaur. July 19, 2017

When I was a kid, there was no such thing as an “app.” Well actually, there was: buffalo wings at Applebee’s. When I look at kids today, I realize that they have an entirely new definition for the word – one that’s less wing and more widget. I also realize that there is an entire world of things that today’s kid missed out on. They’re not exactly replacing old technology with new, because they weren’t even alive when the old technology existed. That being said, these tweets perfectly sum up how I feel about the relationship kids have with technology today: They know so much, and yet, so little.

90% of modern parenting is keeping your kids away from your smartphone. — No Idea: Daddy Blog (@byclintedwards) March 18, 2015

I was just watching “I Love Lucy” and my 5-year-old was like, “Mom, what’s wrong with the TV, all the color is missing.” — Heather Spohr (@mamaspohr) July 9, 2015

WARNING: If your kid asks you to watch a “hilarious” clip on Youtube, don’t do it. It will suck. — Abe Yospe (@Cheeseboy22) May 18, 2015

My daughter just asked why we say “hang up” the phone and now I feel 90. — Jason English (@EnglishJason) June 2, 2015

Way back when, I thought technology would look more like flying cars and less like me yelling “The laptop’s not a touch screen,” at my kids. — Paige Kellerman (@PaigeKellerman) July 1, 2015

Kid: I’m almost 13. Can I get a twitter account on my birthday? Me: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Kid: Me: No. — Momma of Midgard (@MidgardMomma) July 7, 2015

It always takes my son 20 minutes to find his shoes. Cause they’re not on the tv, in his video game, that he won’t shut off. — Court (@Discourt) March 2, 2015

Me: Gonna curse and make adult jokes on Twitter! My Kid: Tweeting YouTube playlist of Minecraft parodies and Selena Gomez on my account. — Nicole Leigh Shaw (@NicoleLeighShaw) July 9, 2015

Currently in a stubborn standoff with the 5yo over a pink pig keychain and an iPad. I expect this to be resolved around 2027. — Dakota (@One_FineMess) April 21, 2015

My parents had it so easy. When they gave me my first Polaroid, they never had to say “Oh and please don’t take pictures of your junk.” — Domestic Goddess (@DomesticGoddss) April 2, 2015

I’m glad I pay $200 a month for cable so my kids can leave the tv on as background noise while on their iPads. — Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) January 17, 2015

Note to self: “You’re as difficult as a tamagotchi!” is not a thing a 2015 five-year-old understands. — Mike Reynolds (@PuzzlingPostDad) July 6, 2015

Can’t remember: homework backpack clean undies jacket but can recite every iPhone passcode you’ve ever had. — Suburban Snapshots (@SuburbanSnaps) May 13, 2015

Him: Mommy, what IS a postcard? Me: A prehistoric text message. Him: Did they send them on beepers? *blink* Me: No. Just… no. — SocaMom® (@SocaMomDC) February 19, 2015

“zack, go upstairs and get your iPhone 55.” — my 8 year old imagining his life as a parent. — Jenni Konner (@JenniKonner) February 4, 2015