Grandma Always Adds 'Please' And 'Thank You' To Google Searches Because She Thought She Was Writing A Person

June 17, 2016

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When 25-year old Ben John opened his 86-year old grandmother's laptop he was surprised to find gigabytes of erotic photos that she always says 'please' and 'thank you' when performing Google searches. It turns out she thought that she was communicating with a real-life person at Google headquarters every time she made a search because she's 86-years old and that's what 86-year olds think. Google even caught wind of her good manners and thanked her via her grandson's Twitter account. Still, no word if the company will help recover all the money she's given to Nigerian princes.

Thanks to DieselNuts, who always writes rude things in italics in emails because things written in italics don't show up when the recipient reads it. Right? Italics are invisible, right?

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