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They conserve energy, they perform 97.4% tv channel selections without leaving the couch.
They save money, the average grandad fart can heat a home for approximately two days.
They excel at D.I.Y. the average grandad's snoring could power a cordless drill.
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They are also the favorite chair for toddlers, in spite of said toddler calling them "GrUmpa", on occasion.
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Hey now, I resemble those remarks.
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Helpin’ me keep my chest together after my bypass surgery...
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I wish I had known sooner how much fun grandkids were, I would have had them first.
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Today’s TaTa assembly project for her 3rd birthday. Already had to repack and adjust the steering head bearings.
Straighten the fork flats for the front axle nuts and shim up the training wheel axles. It’s a Huffy and I’m not really impressed.

I like being a retired grandpa with a machine shop in my back yard.
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Found out recently that my son is expecting my first grandchild. Tradition says if it's a boy, it should be named after both grand dads. So my future grandson would be named "Jack Daniel"
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