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One grandma’s sweet tooth and subtle dash of sass have given the internet quite the entertainment.
As Cosmopolitan reports, an anonymous grandma of Lexington, Kentucky, was up late one night when she got a hankering to munch on some yogurt-covered cranberries.
So she journeyed over to a nearby Kroger to satisfy her craving.
Upon arrival, she received five-star service from Nathaniel Hunter, a young Kroger employee who was happy to ensure she found exactly what she was looking for.
Rather than half-heartedly motioning in the direction of the treats, he walked over with her and even guided her on how to operate the trail mix dispenser that it’s displayed in.
Grandma was so moved by the young man’s great help that she left a raving review about Nathaniel and his efforts.
According to Lexington’s Herald Leader, the store hung her commendation for display on a sign labeled “Customer Comment of the Week.”Imgur
But that’s when people noticed something odd about what the granny had written.
And someone couldn’t help but snap a photo of the sign and post it to Imgur:Imgur
I met a fine young man named Nathaniel Hunter.
She goes on to explain the many ways in which he had assisted her.
But then the message takes a turn.
I wish my own grandson could be more like Nathaniel.
She admitted that it was a harsh thing to say, but yet, she continued to vent.
It looks like her grandson Tyler isn’t as accommodating as Nathaniel — she wrote that whenever she needs help with her computer, he simply tells her to “Google it.”
Grandma also seemed to be disapproving of Tyler’s choice of style, saying he “dresses in all black and it really disturbs me,” and that she hopes it’s “only a phase.”
She closed her letter with an interesting desire — for Tyler and Nathaniel to hang out:
Perhaps I’ll see Nathaniel again and I can ask him to be friends with Tyler so that he has a good influence.
Imgur users had a field day.
Another was willing to take Tyler’s place:
Even I would like to be this grandmother’s son.
One user took Tyler’s side, confessing:
To be fair, anyone who has a grandma knows how hard it is to get them to operate a computer.
Since its posting, the photo has over 170,000 views.