People are posting photos of their grandparents online, and the images are nothing short of amazing. They give you a glimpse of what life was like way back when. Because your grandma and grandpa lived a whole life before you came along! You might not want to think of your grandparents as young and hot, but that's what they were. Not everyone's grandparents walked to school uphill both ways!
This staged photo of someone's grandmother was taken in a portrait studio in Jerusalem. If you're going to get your portrait taken, you gotta dress fancy! And you also have to pose with a jug for some reason? Hey, we don't make the rules. We just follow them.
Aww! It's just a photo of the poster's grandparents and dad. The poster's grandfather was a tanker and their grandmother was a nurse in the military. Nobody knows what military position the baby was, but we're guessing general. That baby looks tough!
This photo depicts the person's grandmother (on the right) in 1915. She survived the Armenian Genocide. And, apparently, she was also a total badass. Who else gets to say, "Hey, check out my Grandma's guns! No, her literal guns."
Imagine finding photographic evidence that your great-grandmother always came out on top - literally. If you're going to pose for a portrait, you might as well have a little fun with it! And break out your epic hats while you're at it, too! It's not just a photo, it's a party!
This photo depicts a grandfather (pre-grandfather days) posing in front of the Taj Mahal in the 1970s. It also depicts his snazzy outfit and smart-looking shoes. Why were everyone's grandparents so stylish back in the day? Was it something in the water?
This photo might look like it was taken many centuries ago, but it was only take one century ago. The photo, taken in 1942, depicts two people who would eventually become grandparents wearing traditional Indonesian wedding clothes. If you think about it logically, it couldn't have been taken several centuries ago because they didn't even have photography back then. Duh.
The poster's grandmother came over to the United States from Italy in the 1920s. We're not sure what happened to their smiles, but they might have left them when they migrated. Smiles are pretty hard to fit into your luggage!
You love and respect your grandparents and can't ever imagine them misbehaving. We hate to break it to you, but kids act like kids no matter who they are. Even if those kids later grow up to become your nana, they still act out! Some people have photographic evidence of it, too!
This photo features the grandmother and grandfather of the person who owns the photo during the Mexican Revolution. Grandma was really packing heat back then! It's a revolution. You have to be armed to the teeth, even if you eventually become a grandma one day.
Imagine finding a photo of your Maori grandmother. That's what happened to the owner of this picture. In this photo, the grandmother shows off the way she used to carry around her child. Which, if you think about it, means she used to carry the poster's mom on her back. Cool!
This photo depicts the a grandmother who mysteriously disappeared after her son was born. The woman in this photo and the father of her child were in a Muslim-Christian relationship, which was frowned upon at the time. There's nothing like a photo that has a good mystery behind it!