I was amused by this: ... A teenager who is quite good at computers and who has set a goal for himself - to become a programmer, has been sorting through a somewhat buggy computer for a week. And for the last three days of this week, his mother has been working in the kitchen almost around the clock, like an obsessive, demonstrating both culinary skills and the abundance and richness of a choice of her culinary masterpieces ...


It was not clear why such a specific ailment would have struck her ... which, however, did not detract from the results)))


The boy did not know that three days ago, his mother accidentally heard an excerpt from his telephone conversation with a friend:


… - I have a good memory. I have a power*** problem. At first I suspected the guilt of the "mother", I was already thinking - I will get rid of her, but let it be as it is for now. But the power, as it turned out, is bad. I will think what to do...


***Here is a play on words. In the original (russian) "питание" ("pitaniye") in the context of power supply for the device is written and sounds exactly the same as "food" in the context of food. But this boy's mother, apparently very far from technical disciplines, was able to understand the word "pitaniye" (rus) used by the boy, exclusively in the kitchen and culinary sense...

In addition, among Russian-speaking computer specialists, the slang designation of the motherboard by the word "mother" (in the original - "mat'", "mama") has long taken root.


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