Sure, we know that Facebook is widely acclaimed as the midlifers' social network of choice. But we happen to know quite a few grandparents who can deliver a cutting barb or two in 140 characters or less on Twitter. Here's what we mean:
Always indulge the grandkids -- not
My granddaughter wanted a "Cinderella" theme party, so I invited all her friends over and made them clean my house!
— мя gяєєи (@iGreenMonk) March 18, 2015
My grandson won the march madness pool cause Duke won. Kid can't even read.. pic.twitter.com/VfHGNAbocL
— Dan De Cotiis (@dandecotiis) April 7, 2015
I guess my grandson doesn't agree w/ everything in my latest book - I hope he won't post negative reviews on Amazon pic.twitter.com/qBZhDBELU9
— Larry Osborne (@LarryOsborne) April 7, 2015
Granddad not-so-humble bragging
It appears that my grandson has inherited his grampa's "cool" gene. pic.twitter.com/Fevtnl030r
— Richard Wise (@richwise26) April 3, 2015
Using Twitter to teach the old ways
Q from Grandkids on learning that when I was their age, there was no such thing as a mobile phone. How did you make any friends ?
— John Myers (@johnmyersteam) April 17, 2015
Using Facetime to learn the new ways
— Bishop Michael Burk (@BishopBurk) April 13, 2015
Who's grandkid is the cutest?
My grandson Dylan Stine got his drivers license. pic.twitter.com/2bExWBiBm3
— R.L. Stine (@RL_Stine) April 9, 2015
Maybe not always the cutest
Toddler spewing up smoked sausage and pasta....The joys of grandparenting. ..😣
— Combat PTSDAngels UK (@MeSuemc37) April 13, 2015
Don't mess with Texas. Or this Granddad
Just dropped my granddaughter off at kindergarten and some little bully called me a tool.
— Jarhead (@Jarhead44) April 14, 2015
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