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Grandmas Gone Viral

If there’s one thing the internet loves, it’s cats. We all know this, but a close second is grandmas. Something about a wholesome grandma doing a Tik Tok dance or swearing like a sailor just brings joy to people. We’ve put together a collection of grandmas gone viral in the last few years that will surely bring a smile to your face. 

Ross and Granny

Ross Smith and his grandma Pauline “Granny” Kana got their start on Vine making short viral videos. They now have 2.6 million followers on Instagram and 1.8 million subscribers on YouTube. 

Ross Smith on Instagram

Thanksgiving Grandma

Back in 2016, a grandma accidentally texted the wrong number, inviting a man she didn’t know, Jamal Hinton, to Thanksgiving dinner. When they realized she had the wrong number, he asked if he could still attend to which she replied, “Of course you can. That’s what grandmas do…feed everyone.” The two still spend Thanksgiving together four years later.

Tik Tok Grandma

18 year-old Lewis Leigh dropped off his grandma’s groceries since she was staying safe at home during COVID. After the drop off, the duo did a socially distanced Tik Tok dance which quickly went viral. 

Nonnie and Her Birthday Candles

Grandma Nonnie attempted to blow out her birthday candles on her 102nd birthday, but it didn’t quite go as planned. 

Nonnie is now 107 years old! Here’s a video update on the viral grandma.

Great Depression Cooking

With the help of her grandson, Clara Cannucciari became a YouTuber, sharing her mother’s recipes from the Great Depression with the world. She was born in 1915 and passed away in 2013 at the age of 98.

View Clara’s YouTube channel here.

Granny Potty Mouth

Granny Potty Mouth went viral for her baking videos. You can probably guess from her YouTube name that as she bakes, she drops F bombs left and right. At 226k subscribers, she gives her viewers a good laugh. https://www.youtube.com/embed/32oIb2B1WyA