FOWC with Fandango: Tantrum

Tantrum

“*#–çsh—t”

“Joe don’t get so excited. What’s wrong?”

“What’s wrong. They have done it again. Update they said and now nothing works.”

“But you have a password.

“I have many passwords, how should I know which one to use. They are against me. I am still waiting for the new password from the bank.”

“Another new one, but you got a new one last week.”

“Can I help it if they are idiots and lock me out when my fingers slip off the key.”

“But three times I thought, until they block you.”

“It’s a conspiracy, but now I cannot even read the newspaper. Nothing is happening.”

“Let me have a look.”

“Definitely not. I am the computer person here and have everything under control.”

“But I got the new update on my computer as well and everything is fine.”

“With your simple Mickey Mouse programmes that you use, of course.”

“But yesterday you said you could not get into Facebook.”

“Another password conspiracy and now I have to have a new one. There is only one cure, I will have to get a new computer.”

“But you already have three.”

“And they are not working blö”/£$$klunckploggle@@@”

“Swearing will not help. What about your e-mails, are they working now?”

“What does that have to do with it, of course they would  be, I just have to call Fred to make a new password.”

“You mean the guy in charge of your computer department at work. But you have your passwords written down, haven’t you.”

“Of course, but I can’t find the paper where I wrote it.  Nothing is working on this machine and now they did an update. Can I use your computer?”

“Forget it, no, definitely not. The last time you used mine I needed all day to get a connection again.”

“And that was not my fault. Women just do not understand computers.”

FOWC with Fandango: Tantrum

6 thoughts on “FOWC with Fandango: Tantrum

  1. Oh, this made me laugh, Pat! My phone had an update last night. This morning, I had no Wi-Fi, no connections, no nothing! Husband is half awake and I am saying, “The update ruined my phone!” We pushed all the buttons and looked and looked. Finally, he turned it off and then on. Ah, reboot. It works. So not a fan of updated anything!

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