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My mom copies and pastes all of her emails and some web pages she likes into Microsoft documents in case the "internet runs out."
Nikki LaSalle, UW-Madison
When my mom saw my brother watching TV online, she asked him what channel his internet was on.
My boyfriend's grandma asked him if his phone had a "g spot." We think/hope she meant GPS
Katie Bransford, UNM
I was web camming with a girl I know and her mom came in and started asking me all kinds of questions. Then the girl's dad came in, looked at everyone huddled around my picture on the screen, and said, "Is this Facebook?"
Kurt F., TAMU
I live in Florida and my mom lives in Michigan so when I'm home she always ask for help on the computer. Last time I was home she ask me how to use YouTube because sometimes she misses her shows and wants to catch up on them. Instead I showed her how to use her DVR.
My grandmother once yelled at me for being on my cell phone in the vicinity of a running microwave. She said something about how the cell phone would draw the beams from the microwave into my brain and cook me.
Greg Bremer, Millersville Univeristy
My parents had a friend over, and they wanted to show him HardlyWorking: Darts. My dad called and asked how to find it. I said,"Alright, see in the upper left where it says original videos? Clickthat." And my dad goes, "Wait, what website?"
Jeff Rubin, Managing Editor of CollegeHumor.com