Internet and Why Did the Cat Find Condoms in Her Laundry and Carry Them to Her Mother?

The website launched nearly two years ago, but somehow it hasn't lost its charming awkwardness. The site's even spawned a full-fledged book and a line of branded products from bags to T-shirts.

According to the site, its purpose is to celebrate the trials and errors of parents using their "old hands" to handle "small keypads." But this description only scratches the surface: The texts highlight the generational gap between kids and parents, one that stretches beyond the realm of technology and into goldmines like relationships and pop culture. That this gap is exacerbated by our parents' failure to understand iPhones and group texts (meet my dad, folks) just makes the site all the more comical.

Here are six of my favorite texts, ranging from creepy to endearing to WTF:

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Tara Seetharam
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