You might be a tech-savvy, but there are many people who find computers to be bothuseful and frustrating, especially when computers crash and do not work the way we want them to.
A computer can both save you time with all its unique features and waste you time, again with all its unique features and tools.
Perhaps you use your computer for many and different tasks, but now you can use it to read a couple of funny jokes.
1. I was in a couple’s home trying to fix their Internet connection.
The husband called out to his wife in the other room for the computer password. “Start with a capital S, then 123,” she shouted back.
We tried S123 several times, but it didn’t work. So we called the wife in. As she input the password, she muttered, “I really don’t know what’s so difficult about typing Start123.”
2. E-mail Addresses It Would Be Annoying To Give Out Loud
3. Scene: A conversation with my friend’s father, who knows I do Web design.
Father: I have a business idea. How hard is it to make a Facebook?
Me: Oh, very easy.
Friend: He doesn’t mean to make a Facebook profile. He means to remake all of Facebook.
Me: Oh. Very hard.
Father: Oh, OK.
4. I put so much more effort into naming my first Wi-Fi than my first child.
5. Tech Support: “May I have your phone number, sir?”
Customer: “I don’t give out my phone number!”
Tech Support: “All right. How may I help you, sir?”
Customer: “How much for your Internet service?”
I gave him the prices.
Customer: “If I own the software why do you keep charging for it?”
Tech Support: “Well, sir, the software is free, but you are charged for being online.”
Customer: “YOU CONNECT YOUR COMPUTER TO THE PHONE LINE?!?”
Tech Support: “Well, sir, you do use a modem to dial online.”
Customer: “I WILL NEVER HOOK MY COMPUTER TO MY PHONE!!!!” (click)
6. Once I helped a friend get online for the first time.
Me: “Ok, do you have your Internet Explorer ope–”
Him: “What!? Your Internet EXPLODED?”
He was hysterical. I explained it all to him, but he was still terrified. Later, when I was done showing him how to surf the web, he asked:
Him: “Are you sure the Internet is safe to use?”
7. I have both a laptop and cell phone that are bluetooth-compatible. I tried to show my mother how I could connect the two pieces of equipment.
Me: “See? I confirm the request, and they’re connected.”
Mom: “Don’t do that! I don’t want my voice on the internet!”
And now after you read this article, if you understand English, press 1. If you do not understand English, press 2.