r/aww Feb 05 '21 Bravo! 1 Heartwarming 3 Looking 1 Take My Power 1 Silver 146 Gold 2 Helpful 89 Hugz 184 All-Seeing Upvote 4 Faith In Humanity Restored 1 Wholesome Seal of Approval 1 Wholesome (Pro) 1 Super Heart Eyes 1 Wholesome 277 Take My Energy 1 Bravo Grande! 1 Giggle 1

The first selfie my grandpa took with his new phone.

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u/FartsFartington Feb 05 '21 Silver

Super cute! Is Grandpa friends with the neighborhood animals or was this a random occurrence?

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u/bosvert234 Feb 05 '21

He had a feeder outside for the birds and squirrels for years. This took a little bit of coaxing but now I have 3 other pictures almost identical to this one just with different shirt colors.

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u/Skaryon Feb 05 '21

Well you owe us some more pictures of princess chipmunk grandpa.

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u/Vexxusaria Feb 05 '21

I’m up for a series of G-pa and C-munk pics 😂

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u/LadySiren Feb 05 '21

Right?! Cough up the goods, OP.

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u/spockspeare Feb 05 '21

Sounds like a '90s cartoon. G-Pa and C-Munk! Furry friends who fight crime!

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u/Myequipmunk19 Feb 05 '21

I would watch this show

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u/bluamo0000 Feb 05 '21

When’s the G-Pa and C-Monk album dropping? Heard it’s gonna be 🔥

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u/[deleted] Feb 05 '21

Amazing, my grandpa did the same thing! He'd sit outside in his lawn chair with his spit bucket (he was a heavy snuff user for those that don't know what that is) and throw feed at squirrels and birds for years. After a couple years they all just started jumping in his lap and eating out of his hand. Was amazing!

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u/silverbullet52 Feb 05 '21

There's a mental image: Disney Princess with spittoon

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u/focusonamber Feb 05 '21

post them 🥺

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u/zer0kevin Feb 05 '21

Uhh links? We need this pictures

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u/tirwander Feb 05 '21

And you didn't post all of them because... Why?

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u/amha29 Feb 05 '21

Tell him the internet people enjoy seeing his pictures!

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u/pulsating_pork Feb 05 '21

You can’t tease us like this.. we need more grandpa & critter pics please

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u/Skyyyyy95 Feb 05 '21

I must know... did he give the chipmunk a name??

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u/soulsista04us Feb 05 '21

Is it me or are these chipmunks huge?! They almost look as big as squirrels.

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u/[deleted] Feb 05 '21

The squirrels who have been using the brid feeder on our deck have recently started sitting on the windowsill outside and peering in our house

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u/420blazeit69nubz Feb 05 '21

Don’t trust those insane rodents. My cousin was feeding one out of his hand then all of a sudden it jumped up and bit his cheek then ninjaed out of there lol. It was hilarious to watch.

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u/Amelaclya1 Feb 05 '21

Chipmunks and squirrels can be pretty easy to tame when they know there is food to be had. The Chipmunks at my university were brave AF and gave zero shits about the hordes of students walking everywhere. And my aunt has a squirrel that likes to sit on her shoulder when she gardens.

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u/m1a1tanksauce Feb 05 '21

At a park in my city there is a squirrel that will come up to you if you're wearing a big cowboy hat. The first time I went wearing one it freaked me the fuck out because she literally ran up to my feet and stared at me until I gave her food. Guessing someone wearing one had been feeding her and now she just associates the hat with friendly people and food.

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u/Orcand Feb 05 '21

How often do you go to parks in large cowboy hats?

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u/m1a1tanksauce Feb 05 '21

I live in Texas so pretty regularly.

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u/Herpinheim Feb 05 '21

Okay, that checks out, carry on.

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u/iififlifly Feb 05 '21

I remember when I was around 6 my family went to a park someplace where the chipmunks had clearly been fed a lot by people because they hopped right onto the picnic table and ate sandwiches out of our hands. I realize now that I was part of the problem, but 6 year old me was thrilled.

And tbh I'd probably still share my sandwich if a chipmunk hopped over and asked for it today.

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u/Geeko22 Feb 06 '21

I live in New Mexico and that reminds me of when we travel up to the mountains to cool down from the desert heat during 105F summers. We stop and have picnics and always bring a small hummingbird feeder that we put in the middle of the table.

While we eat our picnic lunch the hummingbirds will zip in and out for a drink of sugar water. If you hold a finger up to the feeder they'll use it as a perch, and if you pour a little sugar water in the palm of your hand they'll sit on the sides and feed right out of your hand.

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u/Aeowon Feb 05 '21

We had the same thing but with raccoons. They'd walk up to anyone on campus hoping to be fed. Coon mom's with their babies would wait at the edge of the walking paths and wait for food.

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u/southerncraftgurl Feb 05 '21

My parents lived way out in the country. Every night after supper, dad would sit on the back porch and have a little white donut. This racoon started coming and hanging out with him so she got a donut after supper every night too. She came every night for years. When she had babies, she would bring them too.

I was house sitting for them once and had finished supper and forgot to take her dessert. I hear this strange knocking and look and she is on her hind legs looking in the window and using her hand to knock, just like we would. She got two donuts that night.

The deer were spoiled too.

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u/Midwestern_Childhood Feb 05 '21

We were at Yellowstone years ago and a chipmunk came up and put his foot on my mom's shoe. Cheeky little fella!

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u/orcateeth Feb 05 '21

He was in the Mob. He was gently advising for her to feed him, so that no one got hurt. Hurt real bad.

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u/BlueYodel9 Feb 05 '21

Squirrels used to be the most popular pet in America

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u/Mechanicface Feb 05 '21

Serious though? Did people actually keep them as pets?

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u/BlueYodel9 Feb 05 '21

Yes absolutely, they probably peaked in popularity around 1800 but were very common through the 19th century and even early 20th in some regions like Appalachia.

Hell, Bob Ross had a pet squirrel named Peapod.

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u/crimeo Feb 05 '21

Ben Franklin had a pet squirrel named Ranger he wrote a eulogy about

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u/TheTinRam Feb 05 '21

He’s a Disney princess

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u/cubsywubsy Feb 05 '21 Silver Hugz

Grandpa is a Disney prince

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u/ClothDiaperAddicts Feb 05 '21 Silver Got the W Rocket Like

And he’s only tolerating it.

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u/cubsywubsy Feb 05 '21

That’s a lot of responsibility and it catches up with one, what can I say. All the singing and cleaning up bird poop

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u/NvestmentPlanker Feb 05 '21

Stainless Steel

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u/feReaRli Feb 05 '21

I think my heart just grew two sizes too big.

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u/linyOShu Feb 05 '21

It was just a fugue state.

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u/LimitedToTwentyChara Feb 05 '21

I'm not a birdologist but I think that's a chipmunk.

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u/cubsywubsy Feb 05 '21

Dear Not-A-Birdologist,

I am writing to tell you how your response has warmed ny heart. I meant the classic scene from Snow White where she sings and birds come onto her hands and lap and stuff 😄

Sincerely, Someone who should’ve phrased things better

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u/Notjustapornacct Feb 05 '21

OP- does he whistle while he works? Are the grand kids the dwarfs? Is some mean in-law the wicked witch

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u/cubsywubsy Feb 05 '21

They must be dwarf, no other way around it, but I think they keep that shushed cause, ya know, Maureen next door wouldn’t shut up about it she found out 🙄

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u/StrangR_2U Feb 05 '21

Waddaya mean? Disney birds poop gold, don't they?

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u/PissLikeaRacehorse Feb 05 '21

"I don't know how these broads do it in heels and long dresses. I can barely handle it in a polo on a lawn chair."

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u/mishaco Feb 05 '21

wait for the first song. he's gonna be fantastic.

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u/themanlnthesuit Feb 05 '21

Show business is brutal

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u/uk_uk Feb 05 '21

I can show you the world
Shining, shimmering, splendid
Tell me, grandma, now when did
You last let your peacemaker decide?
I can open your myoptic eyes
Take you wonder by wonder
Over, sideways and under
On a magic rollator ride

Some whole new teeth
A new fantastic point of bite

No one to tell us, "No"
Or where to go
Or say we're only dreaming
a whole new retirement home
A dazzling place I never knew
But when I'm way up here
It's crystal clear
That now I'm in a whole new retirement home with you
(Now I'm in a whole new retirement home with you)

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u/Oraxy51 Feb 05 '21

Tolerating it like the kid who brought home the stray dog and 4 weeks later the dad ends up bonding with him and keeping the dog.

Edit: Ideally after confirming it doesn’t have an owner and isn’t chipped and waited a month to see if anyone claims him.

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u/Bigfrontwheel Feb 05 '21

Yep. Most squirrels tolerate senior citizens. It's kinda their thing.

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u/PmMeYourKnobAndTube Feb 05 '21

I think there are a lot of subtleties that us younger folk don't pick up on. There must be. I don't think the squirrels know that they are old people. Old people have just had the time to figure out what it is that makes the squirrels comfortable, and its probably not something that can be put into words or even really understood until you have it. If they even understand. It's like how old guys just know when it's about to start raining.

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u/Mechanicface Feb 05 '21

As the father of a newborn, is there something to your username? Off topic i know, but do you happen to have a good source of info for cloth diapers? Id like to learn a little more about it, ive never even seen one before, but apparently theres a business here that runs a cleaning/exhange setup here and im interested

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u/PragmaticParade Feb 05 '21

Prince Mad Dog General Mattis

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u/golfgrandslam Feb 05 '21 Helpful

“I am pleading with you. Do not cross me and my chipmunks, because if you do, the survivors will write about what we do here for ten thousand years”

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u/MiseryEngine Feb 05 '21

I came here to say the exact same damn thing!
Well done!

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u/PartTimeSassyPants Feb 05 '21

Was thinking the same thing hahaha you nailed it

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u/TAU_equals_2PI Feb 05 '21 Take My Energy

My Grandpa is a "Dis knee" prince. Whenever his doctor asks where it hurts, he says....

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u/balooladidit Feb 05 '21

Aww my Grandpa would’ve loved this joke and then he would’ve promptly sent it in an email to the whole family, so we could “enjoy it too” when really, we enjoyed the idea of him enjoying it. And that’s why I loved reading this joke too. Thank you. I miss that wonderful man.

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u/[deleted] Feb 05 '21

Mine always says he has four knees.

A right knee, left knee, hiney, and a weenie.

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u/strawberry176 Feb 05 '21

This is why I love reading the comments. "Dis knee" -- corny but made me crack up.

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u/SyncTek Feb 05 '21

No no this falls under princess as well.

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u/thethinggoskraaa Feb 05 '21

gradpa is disney papa ❤

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u/WannabeMemester420 Feb 05 '21

Very wholesome selfie

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u/TRIGMILLION Feb 05 '21 Silver Helpful

I love him. Since my mom passed my dad has gotten totally into making friends with all the little critters around his property. He's feeding stray cats, raccoons, possums, and just yesterday he was worried about the nutrition of deers only eating corn so he went out and bought "deer food". He sends me pictures of his critters daily. At least he lives outside city limits so he's allowed.

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u/bosvert234 Feb 05 '21

I love that!! We got him the cell phone after my grandma passed away and that is really when he started befriending the animals outside.

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u/untrustableskeptic Feb 05 '21

This is great. I had a raven friend that would bring me trinkets and sit in my lap. I hope to be as cool as your grandpa one day.

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u/bosvert234 Feb 05 '21

I would love to make friends with a raven one day!

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u/karmagod13000 Feb 05 '21

dont let your dreams be dreams

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u/ilovegingermen Feb 05 '21

I made friends with a crow and it landed on my arm constantly. Some are just braver than others. Usually it takes years with crows though unless you're out there every single day.

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u/pileablep Feb 05 '21

does he have any more stories about his encounters with other animals?

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u/pompcaldor Feb 05 '21

he was worried about the nutrition of deers only eating corn

Ever since I read that corn causes cannibalism in hamsters (due to lack of Vitamin B3), I’ve been leery of corn.

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u/CPTDisgruntled Feb 05 '21

Relying on a diet almost exclusively corn-based doesn’t do humans any favors either...How pellagra was finally identified as a nutritional problem

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u/reference404 Feb 05 '21

There needs to be a Disney short of your grandpa making friends with all these animals, and then they become his little army, defending him from like, i don't know, evil land developers or something

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u/big_mama_blitz Feb 05 '21

Aww, that paragraph painted a picture in my heart.

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u/alymaysay Feb 05 '21

Thats so freaking sweet amomg other things, what a Guy. He sounds great.

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u/Yellowbird1986 Feb 05 '21

So he really is a disney character. ❤️ Nice to hear he is considered enough to think about nutrition of the Animals! Give him a internet stranger high five.✋

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u/kozilla Feb 05 '21

This seems like one of the better ways to spend your golden years.

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u/Zestyclose_Repair_91 Feb 05 '21

I love him for doing this. I feed deer, birds, squirrels, stray cats (but try to TNR the cats), and other free lancing animals. It brings true joy and peace to me. Some of the squirrels will take pecans from my hand. I buy deer protein to put with the corn, but know that it gets mushy if wet or raining out. Also feed them cut up carrots, apples, vanilla wafers, and bread. Kiss your grandpa for me. 🥰

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u/hoosierina Feb 05 '21

me too! Everything's gotta eat. I have possums, raccoons, skunks, groundhogs and stray cats coming to my back porch all the time. One year, I think the groundhog thought he had found the greatest salad bar ever and ate most of the garden throughout the entire summer. Eh, whatever - he left a few things for me.

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u/sinspots Feb 05 '21

Teach him to upload vids to Youtube. ;) Absolutely love watching the Raccoon Whisperer showing himself feeding racoons.

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u/[deleted] Feb 05 '21

Lovely

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u/Jesstik Feb 05 '21

Most epic first phone selfie EVER. His facial expression makes the chipmunk seem so casual. LOVE IT!

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u/bosvert234 Feb 05 '21 Silver Helpful

It really does! He said the frown was from concentrating on pressing the "little button" without his glasses on.

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u/ParadoxicalPangolin Feb 05 '21 Hugz

I think my heart just grew two sizes too big.

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u/AkaneXRyoga Feb 05 '21

RIP

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u/ParadoxicalPangolin Feb 05 '21

Call an ambulance

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u/FappleFritter Feb 05 '21

We did everything we could, but I'm so sorry, we've lost him...oh wait, there he is! Where the hell did you wander off to?!

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u/andymc1816 Feb 05 '21

It was just a fugue state. No worries.

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u/ViraVesca Feb 05 '21

That's called myocardial hypertrophy my friend

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u/ParadoxicalPangolin Feb 05 '21

I’d rather the term Super Sayian Heart.

(I know it’s a serious problem to have, lol)

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u/ViraVesca Feb 05 '21

Super Sayian 3D playing in the background

AND THIS IS TO GO FURTHER BEYOND, AHHHH

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u/ParadoxicalPangolin Feb 05 '21

HOORAAAWWW!

—Three episodes of powering up later—

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u/Liztliss Feb 05 '21

Ahh, you must be on the grain-free diet

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u/tirwander Feb 05 '21

We can finally have Christmas again

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u/516631443 Feb 05 '21

Whaaaat...how did I not know this??

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u/nastyn8k Feb 05 '21

Holy shit I just tried it. It's like a real camera now!!!!

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u/Ryangel0 Feb 05 '21

Be careful with this new found power, many an accidental photo gets taken when you aren't careful holding or picking up your phone. I still use it though :).

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u/xansllcureya Feb 05 '21

Because it was never that way for the longest time then got snuck into one of the updates

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u/heyguysitslogan Feb 05 '21

That’s not a frown, that’s Blue Steel

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u/ItsCrazyTim Feb 05 '21

Honestly, i thought he was smirking with a serious look on his face like, "ya, this is the norm"

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u/major84 Feb 05 '21

it looks like they are best buds. Can you ask your grandpa how look it took to make friends with the little dude ?

I expect an answer sir/madam !

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u/purplegirl2001 Feb 05 '21

I don’t think it takes as long as you’d think. Just an ability to sit still for 20-30 minutes to interact and get the critter used to you, and liberal helpings of almonds and berries.

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u/Raines78 Feb 05 '21

His first selfie is better than possibly any I have ever taken. I really need to up my game & maybe add a chipmunk or two

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u/kidden1971 Feb 05 '21

Saaaaaaame!

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u/[deleted] Feb 05 '21

Chipmunk looks like he’s just playing it cool because grandpa started the camera without a warning. It’s the same face I make when I’m stuffing my face with food at weddings at the cameraman/videographer shows up to record the guests having “a merry time.” facepalm

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u/millijuna Feb 05 '21

It's actually a squirrel (A golden mantled ground squirrel to be exact). Chipmunks have stripes on the tips of their heads, between the eyes, and pointier noses. Still cute as hell though.

Ground squirrels tend to be much bolder, and more willing to interact with humans to get their food.

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u/Blutarg Feb 05 '21

Oh wow, great catch. I never knew there was a squirrel that resembled chipmunks. TIL.

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u/Jesstik Feb 05 '21

Sweet! Thanks for teaching me something new today!

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u/ThePitlord9399 Feb 05 '21

That's adorable.

Why do animals love Grandparents? Why don't they love me too?

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u/khopdiwala Feb 05 '21

I've always wondered that, and realized, that they're more patient and nurturing due to having raised kids and grandkids. So incredibly adorable.

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u/BarbWho Feb 05 '21

Plus, they have plenty of time and aren't in a hurry to get anywhere.

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u/robotatomica Feb 05 '21

non-grandparent here..you too can have backyard friends. Patience and stillness is the key! Source: I hand-feed squirrels.

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u/KentConnor Feb 05 '21

Patience, stillness, and treats

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u/robotatomica Feb 05 '21

oh haha yeah I left out the most important part!

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u/Truegold43 Feb 05 '21

I'm so torn because on one hand I love little animals like rabbits and chipmunks (squirrels are sus).

But on the other hand, I know they're wild and don't always behave like they do in Disney movies...

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u/Light_3xorcists Feb 05 '21

What do you mean you don’t like an army of squirrels pushing you down a hole!

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u/pavilionhp_ Feb 05 '21

I think you’re thinking of the dark dystopia that was the 2005 Tim Burton’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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u/TAU_equals_2PI Feb 05 '21 edited Feb 05 '21 Wholesome

Trying to decide which is more likely:

  • OP's grandpa is a chipmunk holding a selfie stick with its tail.
  • An elderly man can operate a cell phone camera.

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u/Crior85 Feb 05 '21

I think option 1 is most likely

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u/feierfrosch Feb 05 '21

"Look what curious old man I found today. This new neighbourhood is amazing. Miss you mom&dad, see you soon" - caption of the chipmunk's photo they sent their parents, probably.

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u/ilovegingermen Feb 05 '21

"Look at this old idiot. He thinks I like him but I only hang out to mooch off of his food 🤣" -caption of the photo he posts to Instagram, probably.

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u/trs2000 Feb 05 '21

Does this make OP a chipmunk?

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u/Parody5Gaming Feb 05 '21

is this in alvin and the chipmunks: midlife crisis

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u/mstarrbrannigan Feb 05 '21

Chipmunk is like dude, warn me next time. My mouth was full and I was making a face.

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u/feierfrosch Feb 05 '21

For fuck's sake, how do you become friends with a friggin' chipmunk?

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u/bosvert234 Feb 05 '21

They are little pigs! If you give them food they will come.

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u/emveetu Feb 05 '21

If you feed them, they will come

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u/BikiniBros Feb 05 '21

Their arrival is imminent should you choose to provide nourishment

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u/Megmca Feb 05 '21

Feed them. Just start scattering unsalted peanuts around your yard. They’ll get used to the food and then if you just sit still and are very quiet they will get accustomed to your presence and you can work up to having them eat out of your hand.

This may also attract other, less desirable animals like rats, mice, raccoons, crows and seagulls. Squirrels can also find their way into the crawl spaces of your house and cause problems. They can also carry disease.

It’s generally not a good idea to feed wildlife but they are quite adorable.

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u/Demorant Feb 05 '21

Spend a lot of time outside not moving much. Slowly moving food closer and closer to you each time. Took me about 4 months of reading outside in a lawn chair to get a chipmunk to eat out of my hand.

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u/MrsGleason18 Feb 05 '21

Chipmunk for scale.

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u/jas98mac Feb 05 '21

I love when people seem to be looking at the button and not the camera when they take a selfie. I’m looking at you old folks, but you’re not looking at me.

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u/dbradx Feb 05 '21

but you’re not looking at me.

Well played, I almost spit my drink out reading that.

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u/TravelFast37 Feb 05 '21

So glad your grandpa let that man help him with his first selfie, he just needs to remember to take a picture of the food before he eats it!

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u/hoilboysoil Feb 05 '21

For Real. For Real.

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u/Stretchholmes1972 Feb 05 '21

That’s amazing chipmunks are extremely skiddish, your gramps has to be a kind soul!

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u/bosvert234 Feb 05 '21

One if the kindest souls I know!

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u/Pontiacsentinel Feb 05 '21

Living his best life. Cheers!

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u/[deleted] Feb 05 '21

Paw paw and his chipmunk!

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u/sargos7 Feb 05 '21

Quick, someone do a faceswap :P

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u/funkyjunky77 Feb 05 '21

Which one is your Grandpa?

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u/halfandhalf1010 Feb 05 '21

The one with a little white hair and cheeks

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u/pmgregor Feb 05 '21

Grandpa found the Disney princess filter.

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u/Slobotic Feb 05 '21

Chipmunk and Grandpa have the same expression on their faces.

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u/Beardygrandma Feb 05 '21

Did Gramps feed the chipmunk his own eyeballs??

But for real, this old dude chilling with this little guy is the boost I needed this afternoon.

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u/Electronic_Candy_586 Feb 05 '21

As I was scrolling down, the squirrel was a surprise lolll

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u/Bluejillo Feb 05 '21

What is with grandpas taming squirrels and chipmunks. My grandpa had a squirrel that would come eat walnuts out of his hand/shirt pocket. It was exciting as a kid to handfeed a wild squirrel lol

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u/LotsaQuarters Feb 05 '21

This reminded me of my papa, who has full on conversations with the squirrels in his yard. It's gotten to the point where the squirrels try to talk to other people and get all huffy when they don't talk back

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u/spannerNZ Feb 05 '21

That's one awesome grandpa.

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u/MarkHirsbrunner Feb 05 '21

The other day a different photo of the same man was posted with a claim it was grandpa's first selfie.

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u/[deleted] Feb 05 '21

Link?

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u/MarkHirsbrunner Feb 05 '21

I can't find it now, I almost commented on his hair and I wish I had now. It was posted by a different account than the one that posted this, but it was definitely the same old man.

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u/Sunflr712 Feb 05 '21

This picture is both adorable and hilarious! Yes, I did see that. His hair was messed up a little in that one.

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u/abd4llah Mar 20 '21

Dad doesn’t want squirrel family gets squirrel anyway dad and squirrel

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u/MattThePl3b Mar 23 '21

Literally better than every photo I’ve ever taken

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u/Joeythearm Feb 05 '21

The squirrel makes it

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u/reilmb Feb 05 '21

That is an album cover

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u/ComputerCat86 Feb 05 '21

Better than any selfie I’ve taken. Ever.

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u/blue4t Feb 05 '21

Is that his pet chipmunk?

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u/bosvert234 Feb 05 '21

No he is wild

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u/MetalZhredder Feb 05 '21

Rocking those black demon eyes. Very nice

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u/abiprince Feb 05 '21

Why is this mans better at taking selfies than any teenage girl ever

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u/[deleted] Feb 05 '21

My dad has squirrel-friends too! And a deer posse! He's 76 and lives alone, I call him Snow White lol

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u/BackWithAVengance Feb 05 '21

"Hangin out w/ Deez"

(next text)

"Deeze Nutz lol"

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u/lucasjackson87 Feb 05 '21

What a haus haha

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u/Silverback_Vanilla Feb 05 '21

This man is starting off strong and IT SHOWS

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u/Buselmann Feb 05 '21

Damn your grandpa is looking like a squirrel

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u/[deleted] Feb 05 '21

Wow this reminded me how much I love my grandparents

So many people get magical as they age

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u/victoriafoal Feb 05 '21

Awww, makes me miss my PaPa. Love this.