Hillary’s got a pedophile ring in a pizzeria. That just seems like that seems like real news. My parents are hard to follow on social media. My mom capitalizes everything she has no clue how social, she just capitalize everything so it’s like she’s yelling at everybody. WENT OVER TO JANINE’S FOR DINNER IT
WAS REALLY GOOD And no periods. CAN’T WAIT TO SEE HER AGAIN. Mom, why are you yelling? So everything is just sarcastic. Yeah. Was it good? My mom first got email, she sent me an email and the like subject said testing. And then I get the email and then my phone rings and it’s her. She said, Did you get it? I said, yeah. You got it? I said, yeah, that’s how e-mail works. Then I hung up the phone and then I got another e-mail that said, the subject was trying something new. And then in the body of the email was trying something new but all italicized. Oh. Oh. Trying something new was italicizing
it. That was her first two emails. I love face timing with your parents and everything’s like the half their eye and this close. Like, How are you doing? And they are yelling it. Can you hear me in France? What?. I could barely hear you over the ghosts here. Well this is probably costing us a lot of money. So I better go. I think we’ve also, we’re partly responsible for our parents believing fake news because we didn’t tell him that there’s lies on the Internet. Like we said, hey you can go to get to get all your knowledge from the internet but everything before then, they just, it was real, right? You watch the news like this is real. Now we didn’t tell him like, Oh yeah, But only half the stuff you’re reading is actually true. Right. Oh so they just believe it. I think because my mom if she sees it online it has to be true. Oh. Now. So this is how trump got elected. 100 percent. That’s exactly it. Uhh, What! What’s going on? And they just read that and they think, oh yeah this is real news. Hillary’s got a pedophile ring in a pizzeria. It seems like that seems like real news. They have no spidey senses for scams at all, like I just got an email at sushi lunch, just now, and I’m like Dad would’ve fallen for this in one second. It was for an app there they were like, Oh thanks for buying this app click here to unsubscribe. And I’m like, Well fuck? Like I just delete stuff like that. But dad would be like, Oh, I’d better unsubscribe. I think we’re all gonna not have an inheritance because our parents clicked on some sort of weird. Oh, click here and put your banking information for the federal government. There’s a lot of reasons I’m not getting an inheritance. That so far down the list. My dad hates Google. Because he’s the generation where you could just say something with a lot of confidence and then everybody just had to believe you because you said it louder than everybody else. So now my dad says something and then I’m just like that’s not right. He’s like, yes it is! I’m like, No it’s not. And I just google it. And then he’s wrong and he just got to walk away, right. Like before he would just leave the table like I won that one. Yeah go ahead and write to TV Guide and wait six months for the answer. You’re not getting that letter back. Now, It’s like immediately. No, that’s not what happened at all. My dad was like. I don’t wanna join Twitter. And I was like, no one wants you to join twitter Dad, nobody. My mom was on Twitter for I think three tweets. Her third tweet was, this is a lot like just talking to yourself. That was her last tweet. She nailed it. Three tweets in. Exactly. Your mom was like, Yeah you’re right. That’s why you should leave. Yep, that’s it. Nailed it. Mic drop. I finished twitter.