They tried so hard…
They tried so hard…
To the windowwwwww!
It’s probably past your bedtime.
Turn down your volume… we’ve got a screamer.
You’ve got a little something. Riiiiiiiight there.
It’s never too late to face your fears.
Shake it, Nana!
Someone get this kid a cupcake!
“You make a promise, it’s important to keep that promise if it’s possible.”
GRANNY PANTIES FOREVER.
It was started by comedian Ricky Gervais to promote his new show Derek and oh my God it is too heartwarming to handle.
“What surprised me, was that Google captured one of the last few pictures of my grandma, because she passed away less than a year after that picture was taken.”
We’re all doing it wrong. So very, very wrong.
I can’t wait to get old.
This 72-year-old Grandmother composed and performed an original song for her Niece’s wedding day. Bonus points for the coolest sweatshirt ever.
There is no age restriction on fierceness.
Eighty-eight-year-old Misa found her odd-eyed kitty, Fukumaru, abandoned in a shed. Now the two are basically inseparable.
May we be this adventurous when we’re their age.
You’ve been warned.
They are filming “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.” Already sold on this movie.
This is so adorable because it’s basically every girls dream to meet — and be on the same level with — the guy you’ve been in love with your whole life.
Finally, a song for all the horny boys out there. Thanks, Granny G.
These sweet, old-fashioned, and slightly off-kilter pieces are inspired by the sort of things you’d find in your grandmother’s attic. Just remember to take your curlers out before leaving the house.
Come on and dance! This year, Russia’s sending the Buranovo Grannies to Eurovision with an anthem appropriately dubbed “Party For Everybody.” [Editor’s note- Watch for at least 40 seconds before passing judgement. Trust me.]
These ladies don’t allow their age to limit their awesomeness.
I don’t believe any of this, but “the first part of the video takes place in November,” says oghc. “The second part was recorded [12/29/11]. And yet she wears the same shirt. It’s fun to look back at her having difficulty with some Draugers when nowadays she favors a couple Daedric swords that can take out a dragon in a couple hits or so.”
And, by “love,” I really mean totally and completely confused. But she puts forth an admirable effort to dance to the otherwise undance-able.
The latest campaign for Crosby’s Molasses of Saint John, New Brunswick, reminds us how truly talented grannies are in the kitchen.