Although we may have many relationships in life, the relationship we have with our grandparents is one that is near the top of the list. In most cases, they will go to any length to make sure that their grandkids are happy.
That is clearly seen with 27-year-old Ross Smith, who loves hanging out with his 93-year-old grandma, Pauline Kana. Although some people have retired to the rocking chair, these two still enjoy having some fun.
They have taken their creativity and become Internet sensations in the process. After all, they create some of the funniest videos and pictures together.
You might find them dressing up as Disney moving characters, such as in this Instagram post:
That is only the tip of the iceberg.
It all started when Smith was attending the University of Dayton in Ohio seven years ago. He was posting videos on Vine, a social media platform and included one of his grandmother blocking a basketball shot.
It just continued to grow from there.
“My brand just turned into me and Granny taking on the world,” Smith told CNBC in a 2018 interview.
You can find them dressed up in almost any type of costume. Here is one of them getting ready for Super Bowl:
The grandmother doesn’t mind raising some eyebrows when they post as well. You won’t find her knitting a blanket or playing bingo, she’s out there doing what she does best.
She even stays on top of pop culture, as you can see with this Avengers post.
Kana likes to show her funny side as well as a little sass as you can see in this video:
Kana told CNBC that social media isn’t something done by many people her age but she enjoys tackling the stereotype. Her grandson’s posts and videos really help her take on the Internet in style:
Kana told CNBC that she is also a local celebrity as well as being known worldwide.
“Even when I’m walking to the plaza, which I live about three blocks away, sometimes people going by with their cars they stop and say, ‘You’re Granny!’” Kana said.
“When I get to the plaza, the people in the stores they come up to me. It’s just a party at times.”