Grandparents. They are amazing, not only because they've lived through some of the craziest times that the world had to offer and made it through with stories to tell, but because they're old and get away with doing basically anything they want. When you're old, you know you're going to do the same thing. Can't you just not wait until you're old?
This is an absolutely "amazing" handmade vest this guy's 90-year-old grandmother sent to him. She specified it was for wearing to parties and she's right, as what a great conversation starter! And you've gotta appreciate someone having the eyesight at age 90 to make something so wonderfully detailed.
It must have been the most awkward family celebration ever when Grandma, a Mormon, gave her 14-year-old granddaughter a "massager" like this to open up in front of everyone. Oh, and she also had her granddaughter go around the room and use it to massage family members' backs. Well, there's next year's Christmas card photo idea figured out. Really, it's the thought that counts, and the grandma obviously thought pretty hard about what to get her granddaughter. What a wonderful gesture.
There are so many convenient things that would make cute gifts for college students in dorms. One grandpa gave his dorm-living grandchild, who owned neither a car nor a gun, a case of bullets and a gallon of windshield washer fluid. It's always good to buy in bulk to save money. We hope that he got them from Costco, so that his grandson would know exactly where to return them. Well, maybe he could learn how to give his industrial sized truck a really good wash.
A lucky grandchild received this festive cake as a gift and posted on social media: "I need to know what kind of cake this is my grandma made for me. I'm afraid to eat it." Yes, because without the recipe it will be hard to make this unique beauty again.
Apparently, sometimes our grandparents like to confuse us. One grandchild, the only one in the family without a driver's license, was the only one to receive the gift of a vehicle tire from Grandpa. What was he thinking...a matching set in three more years?