Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

18 Times Your Grandmother Taught You How To Win At Life.

Grandmothers have so many different roles in our lives: They can be our caretakers, our comforters, and the reason we always smile when we smell baby powder or freshly baked bread. Over their many years, our grandmothers have gathered a lot of life experience, and luckily, they're more than willing to bestow their wisdom upon us. Below are 18 awesome lessons that grandmothers across space and time have taught us - which one did your grandmother teach you?

She taught you how to walk the dog.

She taught you how to walk the dog.

And she taught you how to do the best tricks.

And she taught you how to do the best tricks.

She taught you how to always be safe and aware of your surroundings.

She taught you how to always be safe and aware of your surroundings.

And she taught you how to fight when you feel threatened.

And she taught you how to fight when you feel threatened.

She taught you when it was okay to laugh it off.

She taught you when it was okay to laugh it off.

And she taught you when to keep your mouth shut.

And she taught you when to keep your mouth shut.

She taught you how to clean the house...

She taught you how to clean the house...

...as well as how to clean the cat.

...as well as how to clean the cat.

Not to mention the fact that she has great tips for how to transport heavy items.

Not to mention the fact that she has great tips for how to transport heavy items.

Grandma was actually the first one to teach you to ride a bike.

Grandma was actually the first one to teach you to ride a bike.

And she also taught you to put on makeup like a pro.

And she also taught you to put on makeup like a pro.

She guided you slowly into the realm of giving major side-eye.

She guided you slowly into the realm of giving major side-eye.

She taught you to always accept food when offered.

She taught you to always accept food when offered.

And how to shake what your mama - and grandmama - gave you.

And how to shake what your mama - and grandmama - gave you.

She taught you to always protect what is yours.

She taught you to always protect what is yours.

And to never, ever explain yourself.

And to never, ever explain yourself.

She taught you that when life gets hard, just dance...

She taught you that when life gets hard, just dance...

...and dance...

...and dance...

...and then dance some more.

...and then dance some more.

And through it all, she taught you to never stop laughing like you'll never laugh again.

And through it all, she taught you to never stop laughing like you'll never laugh again.

Thanks for all the advice, Grandma.

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