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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.
They are observant, almost 17% can successfully identify a washing machine.
They can navigate, 10 out of 10 can locate a cold beer.
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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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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.

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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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