Grandmas and grandpas might not use social media and the internet the exact same way we all do it, and maybe that’s for the best. What other kind of person would think it’s the right idea to post a picture of her smile on the internet every day?
Kids might think that they have to do all their makeup and post full selfies, but only a grandma will think that all the internet needs to see is the smile – and only the smile. You can’t even see the nose in this image, but we can all see that big, beautiful smile.
Is Copying Like Stealing?
Copy/paste is one of the premium technological tools. You can take huge amounts of text and transfer it to a different article with just a few clicks or move a picture around, and there are even files that you can organize in a flash. But still, there are some people that have a hard time getting the hang of things.
We do not know what exactly this person was trying to do, but it certainly did not work. Amazingly, just typing the word “paste” got this person nothing worthwhile. You take it correctly that it did not work. Well done for assuming as much.
Grandma Is a Savage
This story starts with a grandchild wishing a grandma a happy birthday, and immediately (we are saying that is the very next thing) the grandmother drops a squirrel that is squared up and ready to rumble against an opposing street gang, an invasion of armed toughs, or anything else.
Grandma just wanted to know when she was going to get a visit from the grandkids, and she posted a picture that had the words she wanted. The words might not be saying exactly what she thinks, but it is a pretty close guess. We just love it when worlds (or ages) collide.
You Aren't the Only One
Just because you have an internet connection and a Facebook account doesn't mean that you're ready for all the super, super weird stuff that can go on in the dark corners. Or even the well-lit corners these last couple of years. Still, the best part about the internet is you have all the control.
You only have to follow the accounts that you like, join the groups you like, and friend the people you like. If you end up not liking those things, you can back out just as fast. The power is in your hands. No one is forcing you to go into or out of any FB group.
The Meaning Is Lost to Us
The older generations have a lot of wisdom to impart to the younger generations, but we are not sure if this example qualifies. There are probably a lot of better places to pick up a tuna sub than Subway. Maybe there is some sort of brilliance behind this simple statement.
Maybe Grandma is telling us that the solution to some of life's problems is nothing more than a bit of comfort food from your favorite sandwich shop. A tuna sub might be a bit of an odd choice, but we guess some people really like it. Maybe there was supposed to be a photo with this?