16 millennials share adorable stories about their grandparents
We all aspire to be more like our grandparents as they have the purest hearts and fully enjoy even the simplest of daily pleasures. We may have complained about having to visit the grandparents instead of going to parties with friends while growing up, but we secretly looked forward to sorting through their vintage photo albums as they told us slightly exaggerated stories of their days spent hitchhiking, listening to "Beatles" cassettes, and attending local dances on Friday nights.
To mark the occasion, several millennials took to Whisper, the popular app that provides an anonymous platform for people to share their most honest thoughts, to share adorable facts and stories about their beloved grandparents.
Their infinite wisdom surpasses even Google's:
They call things as they see them and remind us that life isn't so black and white:
They have a quick fix for just about everything:
They know what it means to love better than anyone:
They're the best wingmen in the book:
They show us why chivalry is worth the hype:
And that sometimes being selfless is the best form of selfishness:
They might not be too technologically savvy...
But they always know how to have a good time:
They may be a bit out of it sometimes, but they're always looking out for us:
They're the only people who can make a lack of technological awareness seem endearing:
Because they're really just children at heart:
They make us raise our standards and only settle for the very best:
They support us endlessly, even from thousands of miles away:
They boost our confidence and help us see ourselves the way they see us:
And, of course, they teach us the importance of priorities:
Thanks for being the best, grandparents. Happy National Grandparents Day!
For more grandparent stories, check out Whisper.
Watch this video to see awesome grandparents living it up and trying new things:
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