Have you seen that video of three grandmas getting high for the first time ever??
It's absolutely HIGHlarious and you should go check it out right now!
Watching Paula, Dorothea, and Deirdre smoke weed for the first time is so cute and so so funny.
But did they enjoy it as much as we did??
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This is one special lady!
And she's proof that Harold and Kumar aren't the only ones who enjoy White Castle!
Madeleine Turpan turned 102-years-old last week, and she celebrated her HUGE milestone with a meal worthy of such an accomplishment!
The lady from Long Island, New York, got her slider on at a White Castle restaurant — and it turns out that the mini burgers have been a monthly treat — for the last 70 years!
Oh, and did we mention that she doesn't believe the food just tastes good??
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99 years old and doing the world an amazing service — how's that latte you stood an hour in line for this morning? Worth it?
Lillian Weber from Iowa has made over 840 dresses - from scratch - for a Christian nonprofit group called Little Dresses for Africa, which "provides relief to the children of Africa."
Lillian has made a DRESS A DAY for a young girl in Africa, and she admits that she enjoys doing the charitable work so much that she wakes up everyday looking forward to her day. Something that is NOT a given at 99-years-old!
Here's what she said about the work:
Even though she came in last place during her event, Ida Keeling is quite possibly the biggest winner from this year’s Gay Games!
The event is organized by and for LGBT individuals but not all who compete are gay. The 99-year-old great-grandmother participated in the 100-meter race and clocked in a time of 59.8 seconds! It’s believed that no other woman has ever recorded a faster time for her age group! Which isn't too shabby for a woman who started running when she was already 67!
The native New Yorker traveled to Akron, OH, this week with her daughter, Shelley, so that she could show the world that ANYTHING is possible if you believe in yourself!
Ida lost her husband to a
She promised her parents on both of their deathbeds that she would never stop searching for her brother, Owen Smith.
And even at 85-years-old, Ovell Krell never gave up hope that she would one day locate her long-lost sibling. 74 years after she last saw Owen, Ovell finally located her brother. But this sad story unfortunately doesn’t have a happy ending.
No one in her family had seen him since he was sent to the Florida School for Boys as part of his punishment for stealing a car in 1940. Owen was only 14. Here's the crazy story.
Ernie Andrus is a 90-year-old World War II veteran who is — RIGHT NOW — running clear across the country!
Yeah. And what’re you doing today?