Korean Grandma Reacting To People Fighting Over Toilet Paper Around The World Will Make Hoarders Feel Ashamed

“Selfishness doesn’t help with panic.”

Grandmas are awesome. Korean grandmas, however, are in a league of their own and totally something you have to experience. No amount of explaining can truly summarize the magic of Korean grandmas. ✨

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Thanks to YouTube channel ReacThings, we get to see her Korean grandma react to what things are like during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and she keeps it really real.

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When asked what she would buy to prepare herself for staying home, grandma said that she would buy rice and toilet paper, as well as water.

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They settle in to watch the videos of people fighting for toilet paper around the world…

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… Which grandma keenly observes that the scenario unfolding before her poor eyes is a “fiasco“.

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 Are they gonna eat that toilet paper or something?

— Grandma

As they moved on to watch people fight over toilet paper in Hong Kong, grandma wondered why people were hoarding so much toilet paper — after all, it’s not something you’ll die without, right?

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While watching two women physically fight over toilet paper in Australia, grandma appears physically horrified as she utters, “Just give up, it’s only toilet paper.

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Grandma was truly appalled by the sights her eyes could not unsee.

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 This is so wrong.

— Grandma

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She was genuinely concerned for the safety of others and couldn’t wrap her mind around why people were so out of control.

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Grandma’s reactions were relatable and on-point. While we’ve all gotten so accustomed to the luxury of toilet paper, we forget the more important thing — being kind to one another in difficult times.

Watch the whole video below and be sure to take Korean grandma’s advice: “We need to be more generous and understanding.” She also offers up comforting words at the end, so if you need to be uplifted during this time it is a much-watch video.

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