It started with harmless email check-ins. The initial texting phase was a bit jarring. Then Facebook provided the critical mass: Parents are officially integrated into social media. Everyone experiences the trauma of their parents' social media dalliances differently, and this week, women on Twitter did so hilariously.
Understandably so, Kassia Miller was a little frightened when her mom apparently found the technology in the house: "My mother got into the computer again." Keep computers in high places and tightly locked -- out of the reach of parents.
Leah Josephson confronted the fact that her mom might be a step ahead of her in the social media game when she tweeted: "Clearly I'm not as hip as I thought I was if I get texts from my mom telling me how excited she is that I'm finally on Pinterest..." Texting and Pinterest? Tough break, Leah.
For more great tweets from women, scroll through the list below. Then visit our Funniest Tweets From Women page for our past collections.
Calling someone 'dumpling' over text is only as good as long as it doesn't autocorrect to 'dumping.'
— Jessica Wakeman (@JessicaWakeman) February 25, 2014
Saw a sports bra for $50. That's a lot of money. For $10, I can just hire a day laborer to run behind me and hold up my boobs while I jog.
— Cristela Alonzo (@cristela9) February 26, 2014
I need a gentleman in the streets and a puppy in the sheets. No, like we need to sleep in separate beds and I want the dog in here with me.
— Adrienne Airhart (@craydrienne) February 26, 2014
I was depressed till I remembered the bachelor is on tonight but when I realized that's what cheers me up I got depressed again.
— Jessi Klein (@jessirklein) February 24, 2014
My mother got into the computer again.
— Kassia (@kassiamiller) February 26, 2014
I talk to my car, just in case it's a transformer.
— Slightly funny Jew (@Dani_Feld) February 27, 2014
How many bowls of cereal until it's no longer a snack?
— Swishergirl (@Swishergirl24) February 26, 2014
Clearly I'm not as hip as I thought I was if I get texts from my mom telling me how excited she is that I'm finally on Pinterest...
— Leah Josephson (@leahjosephson) February 27, 2014
I want to date a man who is as passionate about our relationship as Sisqo is about seeing that thong.
— Giulia Rozzi (@GiuliaRozzi) February 28, 2014
Maaaaan you ever wonder what it be like if Beyoncé taught seventh grade social studies? (No) She'd be like *Yoncé voice* "Chalk-bort!"
— Abbi Crutchfield (@curlycomedy) February 28, 2014
Rush Limbaugh says war has been declared on traditional marriage. Still unclear is which of his four marriages is under attack.
— shauna (@goldengateblond) February 27, 2014
bathrooms with windows you can climb out of on bad dates are one of those things where ur like "oh haha the movies! WHY IS THAT NOT REAL???"
— Lane Moore (@hellolanemoore) February 28, 2014
If you see someone wearing camouflage, make sure to walk right into them so they know it's working.
— Shari VanderWerf (@shariv67) February 28, 2014
I was ok being an independent single woman until I was asked for my emergency contact info. & had to just make up a sequence of numbers.
— Tricia (@Im_Tricia) February 25, 2014
What do you get when you squeeze a synagogue?
— Jew Chainz (@jewfacekilla) February 27, 2014
I love watching my electronics charge is this what being a parent feels like?
— Rivka Rossi (@sofifii) February 25, 2014
All the people upset over same sex marriage didn't seem to mind when Paula Abdul was openly dating a cartoon cat in the late 80s.
— Jenny Johnson (@JennyJohnsonHi5) February 27, 2014
You are like the house that gives out raisins on Halloween of people.
— Mickey Mt. Vernon (@WhatevaConc) February 23, 2014
A guy who wears a ring is always a dealbreaker. If it's on his ring finger, he's married. If it's not, he's a guy who wears rings.
— Jen Statsky (@jenstatsky) February 28, 2014
I hope to god my kids are saying 'cheese stick' in the other room.
— Li'l Edie Surly (@JennyPentland) February 28, 2014
When someone in my dream makes a joke & people laugh, I'm always lucid enough to think, "I came up with it, a-hole."
— kelly oxford (@kellyoxford) February 25, 2014