Old folks are kind of like monkeys. Not only do they occasionally sling their own poo for fun, but when they do something that normal humans do -- like a dance -- we find it entertaining/amazing/hilarious and want to shower them in nuts.
(Or is that just our impulse? No wonder our memaw developed a fear of cashews. She bruises easily.)
Because people find the elderly and monkeys so entertaining/amazing/hilarious, another similarity the two share is that videos of them posted on YouTube usually become pretty popular. Who hasn't seen the clip of a monkey scratching his own butt, smelling his finger, and fainting? And more recently, who hasn't caught the clip of a granny showing off some hot moves while sitting in a chair? With all those brittle bones rubbing so quickly together,
she's on fire!
But this liver-spotted Pussycat Doll isn't the only senior citizen to
show off some sizzle factor c/o YouTube. Catch her and plenty of other golden guys and
gals who've posted their awesome dance, headstand, and even machine gun
shooting skills on the interwebs, after the jump.
Usher Fan Granny
If you watch only one video of a chest-poppin' granny today, make it this one.
Machine Gun Skills Granny
We're just impressed that there were no repercussions from the recoil.
Dancing Skills Granny
We're not sure what we're more impressed with -- her creative use of a
walker as a dance partner, or the fact that her purse strap fit over one
of those boobies?
Pssh. We can totally do that.
Potty Mouth Skills Grandpa
Angry grandpa's skills are purely verbal. This one can put a sailor
to shame. We think we just found our newest music blog contributor.
Pole Dancing Granny
This memaw can do a pole dance all while barely touching the pole! Now that's skill. Amazing!
Can Balance On a Bottle With One Hand Skills Grandpa
Pssh. Let us state is again: we can totally do that.
Nasty Hot Dancing Skills Granny
This granny proves she can drop it like like girls a third her age. All without her knees going out!
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Yoga Skills Granny
We call all of her moves 'downward-facing god-please-don't-break-anything!'