A senior citizen was showing off a new car he had bought to his grandson.
"Let's go for a spin," he told the youngster.
The old man pulled out of his driveway and placed his fingers above the top of the steering wheel, controlling it only with his thumbs pressed against the lower edge of the wheel.
"That's weird," the grandpa said, "I still don't hear anything."
"What are you talking about?" the grandson asked.
"The car salesman said I could hear lots of different kinds of music if I used a thumb drive."
Husband: I hate getting old. No one flirts with me anymore.
Hard-of-hearing Wife: I don't remember you ever doing that. In fact, it's rather disgusting.
Husband: What do you mean? You used to flirt all the time!
Wife: Flirt? Oh, I thought you said 'Fart'.
An older woman asked her techie grandson, "What's the deal with this Craigslist thing?"
"It's a website where you can buy and sell all kinds of things and more," he replied.
"Can you get rid of stuff there?" she asked.
"Yes, you can set a price or give things away that you don't want around the house anymore."
"I like the give away free idea. How do I get started?" the woman asked.
"Well, it's always good to have a picture," the grandson said.
"OK. Will this old wedding photo do?"
An older couple went to dinner at a trendy restaurant that had no printed menus--just a scannable QR code to see the menu on your phone.
After much grumbling about new-fangled things, they ordered a light dinner and afterward the waiter delivered the check.
When the waiter came back for payment, the husband displayed his phone to the waiter showing an image of a $100 bill.
"Here. You can keep the change."