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People Realised Their Grandparents Were Cooler Than Them (100 Pics)

Grandma Sent Me A Picture Of My Grandpa At My Age To Make Me Feel Like Shit
 My Great Grandfather Gave Einstein Violin Lessons
My Grandmother, 1940s
My Grandparents Wearing Each Other's Clothes, 1943
Granny On The Wing Of My Dad's Cropduster Plane. She Did This A Few Times That I Know Of
My Grandmother. This Picture Was Next To Her Coffin At Her Funeral (Late 60s Or Early 70s)
 My Granny (Nicknamed Kidd) Wasn't Allowed To Join The Air Force Because She Was A Woman. So She Taught Young Men To Fly In Stephenville, Texas During WW2 - 1940s
My Grandmother Right After She Ran Away From Communistic Bulgaria To Germany (1978)
 My Grandfather The Day Before He Shipped Out With The Marines, 1941
Photo Of My Grandfather Exiting His Plane After Getting Shot Down
My Favorite Picture Of My Grandmother, 1942. She's Strong, Raised Six Children On Her Own After Leaving An Alcoholic Husband. Worked 7 Days A Week As A Cook In A Gas Station From 3 Am - 5 Pm. I Would Stay Every Weekend With Her And Sleep On The Floor Of The Gas Station Back Then. She's Amazing
My Crazy Grandfather
This is my crazy grandfather. Hands down, the funniest old coot that's ever existed. On his deathbed, he told us (his grandkids) "Don't be cheap. Spend 25 cents and buy the paper. The Times promised me a big spread." He worked as a photographer for the LA Times for 50+ years and had many famous photos, including the first published photo of an atomic bomb explosion. He was a man of many stories and an unforgettable sense of humor. After laying his wife and two sons to rest, he stayed strong and kept his spirit high. He battled prostate cancer for 20+ years and lived to see his 92nd birthday and his great grandchildren. RIP Grandpa

My Grandfather Was Into Cosplay Before It Was "The Thing To Do"

 My Very Cool Grandpa In The 1950s Holding A Fish, Smoking A Cigarette, With A Book Tucked Into His Pants And Cigarette Pack In His Sleeve
My Grandma Smoking Her Cigarette On The Farm. Wearing Pants And Doing Whatever The Hell She Wanted, 1938
 I Recently Lost My Grandmother To Cancer. This Will Always Be One Of My Favorite Photo Of Her
WW2 - My Badass Grandpa With A Car He Stole From Nazis
My Grandmother With Then-Mercury 7 Astronauts John Glenn, Gus Grissom, And Alan Shepherd (September 14th, 1959)
My Great Grandfather Showing Off One Of The Horses He Trained For WW1 - Petawawa, ~1922
 My Great-Great Grandfather, The Samurai Of A Small Coal Mining Town In Kyushu, Posing With My Grandmother And One Of Her Sisters ~1900
My Great Grandmother, Working As A Welder During WW2
My Grandfather Died Today. I Want To Tell You What A Fucking Badass He Was
 If I Could Only Be Half As Badass As My Grandfather This Memorial Day, Circa 1960
My Grandma Recently Passed. My Grandpa Sent Me This Picture So I Could Know What Man Looks Like When He Is In Love. They Were Married 60+ Years
 My Great Grandpa Eddie. Omaha 1939
My Grandma As An Air Traffic Controller. She Would Have Been 97 On 3/11
My Finnish Grandfather Smoking A Cigarette And Holding A Wild Fox That He Befriended (Circa 1975)
My Grandfather's Badass Swandive, 1930
This Photo Always Puts A Smile On My Face. Our 86-Year-Old Grandmother Back In The Day
My Grandma Modeling In Her Flight Attendant Uniform - 1972
My Great-Grandmother In Her New Car. She Was Most Likely The First Indian Woman In The Western US To Own A Car (April 7, 1916)
 Grandmother Died Last Week, She Was A Naval Nurse
My Grandparents In 1960, On A Date. My Favorite Picture
 So Apparently My Grandpa Was A Badass
My Grandpa's FBI Academy Photo. He Worked As A Spy Recruiter During The Cold War
My Grandmother Demonstrating The Three-Point Belt As A Model For Volvo In 1959
My Grandmother On Her Harley In 1926
My Grandmother Turned 98 This Week. This Is Her In Her Full Nursing Uniform During WW2
The Last Photo In My Grandparents Wedding Album (1954)
 My Grandfather Defusing A Bomb On Martin Luther King's Porch. He Was Buried Three Years Ago On MLK Day
My Stud Grandfather Circa WW2. He Watched Pearl Harbor Happen In Hawaii, Joined Up And Fought On A Gunboat At Iwo Jima That Was Hit By Enemy Fire. He Surfed With Legends In Honolulu. He Was A Barber For 60 Years
 Ernest Hemingway And My Grandma Having A Chat In Havana, Cuba 1952
 My Friend's Grandparents, California, 1940s
My Grandmother Looked Like Arya Stark In 1936
My Grandfather On A Motorcycle He Stole From A Nazi, Weeks After American Troops Liberated Him From A Concentration Camp In Landsberg, Germany (May 1945). He Had Spent 4 Years In Concentration Camps Around Poland And Germany
My Grandmother With Sultan, Her Favorite Lion From Her Troop, In Front Of Her Plane She Flew Just After WW2 (1947)
My Grandfather After Winning 1st Place In The County Beard Contest. The Hat Was His Prize. Circa 1954
My Grandma (Top) Was A Badass In Ww2 (1940s)
 Don't Mess With My Great Grandmother Emma Hagen, Woman Homesteader In North Dakota, 1910s
 I Would Always Call My Grandmother On Mother's Day, And Have Missed That Call For A Few Years Now. Thought I Would Share This In Her Honor
My Grandmother (Left) Kissing Louis Armstrong 1954/55
A Photo Of Herself That My Grandmother Sent To My Grandfather When He Was Away At War, 1943
My Grandmother Singing Backup For Frank Sinatra, 1949
My Grandfather In 1958 With His Fresh New Haircut And 5 Pet Flying Squirrels
One Of The Only Photographs Of My Grandmother. I Only Wish I Had The Pleasure Of Meeting Her
My Great Grandfather, Clearly Quite Impressed With Himself, Had Just Built His Perkins County, South Dakota Homestead When This Photo Was Taken In 1909
Apparently My Grandpa Was A Badass - He Dove Under Submarines In The North Atlantic Carrying Heavy Welding Equipment
Constance, My Great Grandmother, Living It Up In Brooklyn - 1920s
Found This Magazine Clipping Of My Grandmother. She Used To Model And No One Ever Knew This About Her
My Grandparents Travelled The World In 1961. They Did It Again 35 Years Later And Wrote A Book About It. They Inspire Me
 Just My Grandfather As A 19-Year-Old DJ In Tripoli, 1948
My Nana, My Best Friend, Passed Away Last Week At The Age Of 77. Here She Is At 18 During Her Modeling Days
Found A Bunch Of My Grandfather's Bodybuilding Photos! He's Going To Be 98 This Year And Still Rides His Exercise Bike Daily
My Badass Grandpa
My Great-Grandfather Albert. He Was Shot, Stabbed, Gassed, And On This Day In 1917, Was The Only Man To Return From A Trench Raiding Party
 My 4-Greats Grandpa Was Handsome And Dangerous (Circa 1860)
I Found A Picture Of My Grandparents Back In The '30s Looking Awesome
 My Grandfather Died Last Week, We Found A Photo Of Him From His Younger Days. Classy As Fuck
My Grandparents Traveling For National Geographic
My Grandfather Surveying In Alaska 1950. He Was A Cartographer For The USGS
Realizing I’ll Never Be As Cool As My Grandparents (1949)
 My Grandparents Taking A Mirror Selfie In The Mid 1960s On Their Super8 Camera
My Grandparents In The 1950s With One Of Their Motorcycles
My Grandfather (Left) And A Friend Of His In Front Of The Central Station In Hamburg, Germany. He Was A Chimney Sweeper. This Picture Was Taken In 1948
My Grandpa With His Sled Dogs In Antarctica 1953(Ish)
Since You Guys Liked Him, Here Is My Grandfather Again, Mapping The Continental Divide. Colorado, 1953
So Proud Of My Grandfather - WW2 Vet With Class
The World Needs To See This Picture Of My Grandfather Waterskiing
 My Grandpa And Grandma Circa 1950
I Found Out That My Grandfather Was In Circus (Second Man On The Left). He Was Wilhelm Metz, The Most Flexible Man In The Europe. I Can't Even Touch My Toes With The Tip Of My Fingers, So It Does Not Seem To Run In The Family
My Grandma Posing With Her Corgis (1970s)
 My Grandparents Circa 1950s. They Never Had Much Money And Would Throw Parties Making Fun Of Rich People
My Grandmother, About 13-Years-Old, Playing Evil Queen In School Play, Just Before The Outbreak Of WW2
 Grandma Was A Gangster
 My (Now) 94-Year-Old Grandma Smoking A Cigarette In The 1940s
My Grandpa (Far Left) With Some Babes On Babes, 1940s
 My Great-Grandparents. Original Gangsters In Uniontown, Washington
My Grandfather, The Magician (1940s)
This Photo Is Of My Badass Grandpa Sending It Down Grouse Mt Back In 1938. On Skis He Made Himself
 Ladies And Gentlemen, I Present You You My Grandmother

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