This Precious Grandmother’s Google Search Has Gone Viral


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I’ve said for years that there should be a show about the elderly using the internet and featuring some of their hilarious internet hijinks, and this grandmother’s google search could be the headlining act on the show. The grandmother typed in please and thank you on the search, as if she thought that there was an actual person on the other end of the search. Her grandson saw the search when he opened her laptop and posted it to Twitter, so far it has been liked 47k times and has 33k retweets.

The grandmother, 86-year-old May Ashworth is from Liverpool and she received this response from Google via Twitter.

Here’s a picture of lovely May with her grandson Ben.

The responses to the Tweet have been incredible, Ben told CNN that in the wake of the Orlando atrocities it’s nice that people have a reason to smile.

Ben can’t believe the publicity he’s getting.

There have been similar stories from around the globe.

Featured Image: [Flickr/Anthony Ryan]

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Alex lives on the eastern coast of the United States. He's a surfer and blogger, you can catch up with him on Twitter.

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