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Tech support workers are sharing pictures of their worst ever clients

It's safe to say there are some people on this planet who just don't get the whole "technology" thing. They're usually your parents, asking you for the eighteenth time how to attach a file to an email, and then saying you should just do it for them from now on anyway. 

But sometimes they're other people's parents. And sometimes tech support workers have to deal with them. As a job. The good people of r/techsupportgore have been sharing their most gruesome images of customers gone bad. Be warned: what is seen cannot be unseen. 

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