Grandma probably won't remember too much about her first Detroit Tigers game, but thanks to this TikTok video, everybody gets to see just how much she enjoyed her visit to Comerica Park.

Grandma Goes Viral

In a viral video that's been viewed more than two million times and generated more than 15,000 shares and comments, the elderly woman knocks a few back and isn't the least bit apologetic for it.

The video was posted on TikTok this weekend and we can only assume it was shot during the Seattle Mariners' visit to Detroit's Comerica this weekend to take on the Tigers. The Mariners, by the way, took two of the three games from Tigers.

Grandma, Your Attitude is Showing

Grandma doesn't by any means get belligerent in the video, but she certainly has an attitude. When her cameraman grandson urges her to drink responsibly, she offers a two-word response.

I've watched it a couple of times and still can't decide if the elderly woman replies "What's that?" or "F*** that!" I think it's the latter, but you'll need to decide for yourself.

Always Get a Designated Driver

Clearly the refreshments at the ol' ballpark were a bigger hit than any of the action on the field. As the clip wraps up, Grandma declares, "I am so hammered," from the backseat of her grandson's car.

Thanks for getting a designated driver, Grams.

And if you click into litwithgrams TikTok page, you'll quickly discover that this little old lady clearly likes to tie one on from time to time. The channel is filled with videos of Grandma 'getting her drink on' in all sorts of places.


@litwithgrams Grams first @Detroit Tigers went well 😂 #foryou #fyp #foryoupage #funny #trending #viral #tiktok ♬ original sound - litwithgrams

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