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The generational divide online

I received an a forwarded email this morning from my grandmother with some goofy troll looking baby.  I tend to get a occasional emails from family that are amusing, and some that I've got to reply to with links to snopes.  Someone put together a site called Postcards From Yo Momma, which allows people to submit emails from their mothers and other family members that may be amusing.  Everyone has a different relationship with their parents, but some of these posts are golden, such as this one from the front page:

"In other news, your father asked me this morning if he could borrow my nasal irrigator.  I got very excited, thinking he was being pro-active in fighting the cold that’s got him sniffling non-stop already.  Turns out he just wanted to use the irrigator to inject jelly into the croissants he was baking.  I could write a f$%@ing book.

I’ve got to buckle down now and read this new script.


Websites like this make you smile, especially when you get to see a snippet of the affection and/or annoyance that exists between mother and child.  It is the happy end of the voyeuristic spectrum, with the sad end being Post Secret

Link: http://postcardsfromyomomma.com/ 

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