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The Internet Can't Get Over This Grandma's Super Polite Google Search

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If there's one thing that social media's always been good for, it's sharing all the embarrassing and hilarious things about our families that would've otherwise remained private.

Got a dad whose hole in the wall is literally a work of art? Tweet it, and it'll probably go viral.

Got a daughter who decided to dress up as a hot dog for princess week? Tweet it, and it'll probably go viral.

Pranked your sister into making her think a zombie apocalypse is going to happen? Get it on video. Chances are, it'll go viral.

Before, these incidents would stay within the four walls of our homes. Now, everything is out there for Twitter and Facebook to see, and the court public opinion decides which ones are the best: usually with retweets and likes.

This latest example fits the bill perfectly. Twitter user Ben John of Wigan, England, shared an example of one of his grandmother's Google searches, and the tweet became an instant hit.

Omg opened my Nan's laptop and when she's googled something she's put 'please' and 'thank you'. I can't pic.twitter.com/hiy2tecBjU — Ben John (@Push10Ben) June 9, 2016

If anything, this serves as a confirmation that people who can actually teach their elders how to use modern technology are miracle workers. Thankfully, for those of us who needed a good laugh, Ben John failed spectacularly.

Citations: This guy's very polite nan doesn't quite get how Google works and it's adorable (Metro UK)