Welcome to Idiotech, the column where we shame your parents, teachers, and other old people for being dumb about technology. If you think your parents are even stupider than this, submit your story at the bottom of this page.

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On Christmas day, my cousin asked everyone if they had a Motorola phone. Everyone is responded no, and told him they either had Samsung or LG etc. He then turns and asks my mother who says, "No, I have Sprint."- Anonymous

My mother can never remember the password to get into her computer, even though she came up with it, so in the hint box she just has her actual password displayed.- Anonymous

My mom wanted me to trim my beard so she kept on asking me to manscape. After the 5th time I told her that manscaping didn't mean the face.- Anonymous

For Christmas, my parents got me an iPhone that was a downgrade from the iPhone I already had…- Anonymous

There are two movies on TV right now. My mom just presented me with the remote and said, "There, now you just have to hit the 'go back' button to go back." Thanks Mom.- Anonymous

My dad made me some toe socks for Christmas. He took a pair of his socks, cut a line right in the middle of all the toes, and sewed it back up. There are two halves so my toes "fit like a glove". When i opened them up he laughed and called them "reindeer socks"…- Anonymous

I often work with a mother about 10 years older than me. I noticed she always has a problem starting PowerPoint presentations so I suggested that she press F5. She took me outside and started freaking out at me because I had "ordered" her.- Anonymous

I work with a woman who is a mother and about 10 years older than me. One day she took the overhead projector remote and started pressing random buttons. I asked her what she was doing and she would only tell me she saw me do it one time. Aparently she was trying to fix the sound. After telling her it had to be a software problem and her ignoring me I unmuted the video player.- Anonymous

My mom went to blockbuster to rent a game for my sister for the PS3. She asked the person at the counter if the PS3 game was a for blu ray or dvd.- Anonymous

My parents still pay for AOL. My mom doesn't know how to open internet explorer so if she wants to view a website she first logs on to AOL.- Anonymous