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Back in their day they had to walk 5 MILES, uphill, BOTH WAYS just to get a selfie.

Old People Selfies Are the Best Selfies [Click for full gallery]

Meet Britain’s Scary Young Grandparents
The most offensive part of this is the 15-year-old dad’s haircut in the first picture.

Meet Britain’s Scary Young Grandparents

The most offensive part of this is the 15-year-old dad’s haircut in the first picture.

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TripAdvisor Reviews of Other People’s Homes [Click for more]
If you don’t review it, who will?

TripAdvisor Reviews of Other People’s Homes [Click for more]

If you don’t review it, who will?

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This Is 80

Judd Apatow’s developing it for the summer of 2052.

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CollegeHumor's Favorite Funny Videos

The Honest Holiday Card Song

Have a Merry Christmas (as long as it’s not merrier than ours).

Grandparents Send Sweet, Awkward Video Wedding Toast

Love is a beautiful thing. A beautiful, slightly confused thing.

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Grandparents Discovering Photo Booth

Back in their day, they had to walk 10 miles uphill in the snow to look silly.

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18-Year-Old Birthday Blues

The greatest gift is the one you make yourself, or a car.

28 Jokes You Can Tell Your Grandparents

Limerick, version 1
There once was a man from Nantucket,
Whose corn was so ripe you could pluck it.
If he caught you afield,
He’d ask you to yield,
Saying, “Give me that corn and I’ll shuck it.

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Holy mother of heartwarming: 

Gay Dads Find Out They’re Going to be Grandpas

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One day I was showing my grandmother Youtube since she had never heard of it before. I played the ok go treadmill video for her and no matter how many times I explained it, she kept saying, “you and your friends need to be more careful when you’re filming all these videos”. She thought every video on Youtube was a home movie I made.

Every time I bring my laptop to my grandma’s house, she asks me to show her facebook photos, and every time, I have to explain to her that she doesn’t have an internet connection. She then yells at me because I “keep forgetting to bring the internet with me.”