If you thought you had it bad with your family, just wait until you hear what this sweet Southern grandma had to say about her grandson. After a late-night run to the grocery store, she decided to fill out a comment card. The catch is, she used it to completely diss her grandson in the process.
Per PopSugar, the adventure all started when the grandma decided her craving for yogurt covered cranberries simply couldn't wait until the next day. Being a Southern grandma, she normally gets what she wants when she wants it. So, she high-tailed it to her local Kroger. When she arrived, she found herself having a little trouble finding them. Luckily, Nathaniel Hunter was there to help her.
Like any good worker would do, Nathaniel helped the woman find her treat. He also taught her how to use the new machines and print a barcode for the snack. Apparently, Nathaniel was so friendly and helpful that the lady realized just how disappointing her own grandson is.
The fiesta grandma decided to leave a friendly comment card for Nathaniel. We all know how fickle Southern charm can, and this granny let her true colors shine in the note. Pretty much the entire comment was about how disappointing her grandson Tyler is. Here's just a portion of what she had to say about him in her comments:
"As I was leaving the store I couldn't help but wish my own grandson could be more like Nathaniel," she writes. "I know that's terrible of me to say as a grandmother. Don't get me wrong, I love my Tyler to death, but he is so rude to me sometimes. Whenever I ask for computer help he just tells me to google it. He dresses in all black and it really disturbs me. His mother says it's only a phase, I hope so. Perhaps I'll see Nathaniel again and I can ask him to be friends with Tyler so that he has a good influence."
You can read the full comments below:
That's definitely some pretty harsh words coming from this "loving" grandmother. The folks over at Kroger found it hilarious, though. So much so, that they framed the comment and posted it at the front of the store on a huge sign. They now use it to encourage others to fill out comment cards so they can earn free points.
Currently, the sign remains at the front of the store, greeting all who enter, two weeks after it first appeared in the store. Hopefully, this will serve as a lesson to this sweet old granny. Don't vent to strangers about your grandson, especially in writing!
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