Dad: Can you set me up a gmail account.
Me: I can, but I can’t get the address you want.
Me: Because it’s not available, someone else has it.
Dad: No, I have the one I want, that’s me.
Me: Then log in to it.
Dad: I don’t know my password.
Me: Um, I don’t know your password either.
(I then try to figure it out. No way is this his account, the security question is something he’d never pick or remember).
Me: Dad, I set up up an email address. It’s your first name, middle initial, last name @ gmail.com. Ok?
Dad: Sure, I can do that, I can remember that.
Six months later he still isn’t using the account.