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Grandparents Monkeying With Camera Are Web Stars
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Grandparents Monkeying With Camera Are Web Stars

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Esther and Bruce Huffman were playing with the camera on their new laptop but didn't know millions were about to see it. Their granddaughter posted on YouTube the retired couple's first attempt at getting the web camera to record. It went viral.

DAVID GREENE, Host:

Good morning. I'm David Greene.

Maybe you've already met Esther and Bruce Huffman.

BRUCE HUFFMAN: (Singing) Hello, my darling. Hello, my baby. Hello, my ga da go.

GREENE: The elderly Oregon couple was playing with the camera on a new laptop, but didn't know millions were about to see it.

ESTHER HUFFMAN: I don't know what I'm recording. Shucks.

HUFFMAN: Maybe this recorded us.

GREENE: Their granddaughter posted it to YouTube. It's hard to miss the love between the couple. At one point, Bruce tells Esther: See how pretty your hair is. It's MORNING EDITION.

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