Grandma tries to use Google in the most grandmotherly way possible

Narjas Zatat@Narjas_Zatat
Wednesday 15 June 2016 18:00
Picture: Ben John/Twitter

Grandmas are the best: they sneak sweets to you, feed you incessantly and they're always on your side.

So it's no suprise the world has been completely charmed by Ben John from Greater Manchester's lovely nan.

Opening her laptop, Ben found the following search page open from earlier:

The text reads:

Please translate these roman numerals mcmxcviii thank you

Please and thank you. To Google.

His tweet has been shared almost 9,000 times to date: people just can't get enough of Ben's nan.

Ben has even been interviewed by Capital Radio, and news outlets from all over the world have contacted him to talk about his grandma.

Some people pointed out that her politeness will pay off...

One user remarked on her utter Britishness:

And @TheDixieNichols wondered what Mr Google thinks.

Turns out, Google loved it:

You know your nan is pure perfection when Google responds to her personally.

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