In this fast pacing world, we never ever had time to thank people whom we come across. May Ashworth is little different. She is 86 years old. She included please and thanks on her ‘search query’.
Yes, she did include ‘please’ and ‘thanks’ when she wants to google anything. For everyone it may sound insane.
For May Ashworth, this is the manners she has been thought and following from her childhood. The world came to know this by a single tweet. Her Grandson tweeted that he opened his grandma’s laptop and happened to see’ please’ and ‘thank you’ on her search queries.
Google has replied to his tweet.
Dearest Ben's Nan.
Hope you're well.
In a world of billions of Searches, yours made us smile.
Oh, and it's 1998.
— Google UK (@GoogleUK) June 15, 2016
This was the tweet received from Google headquarters team.
No thanks necessary. ?Ad
— Google (@google) June 15, 2016
Your manners really matter. Using polite words like please, thank you, sorry creates an impression for you. The way you treat people is the way people treat you.
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