Watch This Hilarious Irish Grandma Use VR Goggles For the First Time, Sounds Like a Real-Life Mrs. Doubtfire

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While virtual reality has been around for decades, it’s only been recently that it has reached a level of realness that actually lives up to its name. We never really got lost in the world with the blocky, low-level graphics of virtual reality headsets in the ’90s and even early 2000s. But now, every week we see new videos of people inadvertently smashing televisions and falling over furniture while playing virtual reality tennis or pretending to be a Jedi, fighting bad guys with a lightsaber. But sometimes the videos aren’t of home disasters, they’re of people who just aren’t quite ready for this new world or virtual reality. This is the case with an Irish grandmother and her ride on a virtual roller coaster.

Right off the bat, she’s proving she just might not be ready for what she’s about to partake in as she proclaims, “mother of God almighty” just as the video begins. Also, you can see that nobody prepared her for what she was about to see because she didn’t even know she was about to go on a roller coaster.
What follows is a whole lot of references to the aforementioned mother of God, a few swear words that would make Mrs. Doubtfire blush, the potential of an impending heart attack, and a play-by-play of what she’s seeing.

It’s obvious she didn’t enjoy her experience, much to the delight of the onlooker who’s recording the video. But, she’s a good sport for not giving up on the roller coaster ride before it was completely over.

The video was made by a virtual reality goggle brand called Citosc that was founded by four teenagers in Cork, Ireland. Honestly, we couldn’t think of a better advertisement for their brand than this video of a sweet, slightly foul-mouthed granny.

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