Watch These Two Grannies Run Errands In A Lamborghini For A Day

Any production that opens with the sentence, “Granny’s got the Lambo today, granny’s got the Lambo” is bound to be a good one. Thankfully, this video lived up to that standard.

Before heading out to run their daily errands, these two grannies, Peggy Glenn and Audrey Linden, got the keys to a Lamborghini Murcielago—almost running into a garage before the trip even began because they couldn’t find the backup camera (or the reverse). But that mishap didn’t deter them, since they soon found out that the car “purrs like a kitten.”


Like most grandmas we know, these ladies are pretty entertaining. The video follows their trip from home to the grocery store, between which they manage to wave and honk at everyone who passes by while begging for their picture to be taken. A man even asks for a ride in the store parking lot, to which these two respond with, “If there’s no room for the groceries, there’s no room for you.”

The folks at Donut Media put this video together, and the two women featured in it weighed in on the group’s Facebook page to tell us how it was—according to Glenn’s comment, she and Linden got over five hours behind the wheel.

Other than the relatable nature and hilarity of the video, perhaps the best part is when Linden describes the trip in a way deserving of its own T-shirt: “We could tear rubber, but that car ahead of us is just going too damn slow.”

You go, girl.

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Well, here in Poland we were recently amused with this lovely 81-old lady:

Long story short (as You probably do not know language of Wałęsa and Chopin): this current-gen STi is lady Michalina’s 3'rd Subaru. She loves Subaru rumble and hates people who drive too closely, as “she has really strong brakes, and if she brakes she soon has them all in trunk” ;) Stiff ride does not bother her, as “she has couch in her home, and car should have this sporty feeling”.

As she lives in town in which I live now, we plan to have a Subaru meeting with her, if we manage to contact her :) Also, it’s said on our Subaru forum that she took part in some SJS trainings (Subaru driving school).

I want my elderliness to be like her’s :P