For many people, going to Grandma's house was always something you looked forward to. The rules were different there, and you were much more likely to get a little spoiled. During my own childhood, Grandma's house was the only place in my life where I could watch cable– so I was always looking for an opportunity to visit. (Plus, she let me watch Power Rangers and eat margarine instead of real butter.)
For whatever reason, it seems like a lot of people's grandmas had the exact same items in their home. It's almost as though there is some official "Grandma Package" that is bestowed on someone as soon as they gain grandchildren in their life. How else can you explain the fact that we all recognize the following items as things found at Grandma's house? Maybe we all had the same grandma. Did you guys watch Power Rangers at her house, too?
How many of these things do you recognize from Grandma's house?
This Christmas tree:
A jar of buttons:
A cabinet full of nice dishes:
Why does every grandma have this? I asked my grandma and she said "I don't know...it looks nice." Nobody even uses… https://t.co/tAaiqFgxaU— Austin 🎃 (@Austin 🎃)1501545098.0
This cookie tin:
#RememberedAtGrandmasHouse Getting Excited to open a tin of cookies only to find sewing equipment... https://t.co/yRbucl0yiJ— Secia G (@Secia G)1545942915.0
This exact casserole dish:
A plastic-covered couch:
#TodaysKidsWillNeverKnow The struggle of sliding off or getting stuck on your grandma's plastic covered couch😩😂 http://t.co/qgt0jCv8PH— Chae (@Chae)1436967663.0
Cool Whip containers as Tupperware:
She also tried to slip you money like this:
Although for me, it was usually a 1- or 5-dollar bill. None of this 100-dollar nonsense.
Why do Grandmas always try to surprise and slide you money like this lmaooooo pic.twitter.com/uDZwtt2Lhl— FRNDSNFMLY (@basswolfdee) December 23, 2017