Recently we asked you to send us your pictures of your grandparents acting cool in their younger days, and you certainly didn't disappoint us. Now we're bringing you more examples of your grandparents being super smooth in their heyday. From grandmas chilling with Ernest Hemingway and modeling Volvos in the 1950s to grandfathers sledding through Antarctica, pulling off motorbike stunts, and even playing with their pet polar bears, this list, compiled by Bored Panda, will make you wonder just what on earth you're doing with your life. Don't forget to vote for the coolest character!
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 Grandparents Wearing Each Other's Clothes, 1943
My Grandmother, 1940s
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 Grandfather The Day Before He Shipped Out With The Marines, 1941
My Grandmother Right After She Ran Away From Communistic Bulgaria To Germany (1978)
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