Myparentsjoinedfacebook.com is a support site for people whose parents have jumped on the social networking bandwagon.
Jeanne Leitenberg and Erika Adickman started the site when Leitenberg discovered her dad had created his own Facebook page.
Leitenberg says it was weird to see her dad adding online friends and listing himself as officially married on Facebook, even though hes been with her mom for 26 years.
As for Adickman, shes forbidden her mother to join Facebook because she doesnt want Mom browsing through her questionable pictures and comments.
However, her mom argues that shes going to one day build her own site specifically for old people and call it FaceLiftBook.
Both women agree that the most mortifying thing a parent can do on Facebook is take those personal quizzes where they reveal juicy details like how good they are in bed.
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