Main Entry: Ludd·ite
Etymology: perhaps from Ned Ludd, 18th century Leicestershire workman who destroyed a knitting frame
: one of a group of early 19th century English workmen destroying laborsaving machinery as a protest; broadly : one who is opposed to especially technological change
— Luddite adjective
Luddite--Me, when I confuse the poor teenage stocker at the office supply store by asking for "typist's carbon."
It's almost as much fun as when I caused the cashier at the local toy store to have an existential crisis by refusing to give her my phone number.