How dangerous is your grandpa?

How dangerous is your grandpa?

  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    They're dead.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      How dangerous was he?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        He fell asleep behind the wheel a d killed two people.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          The most dangerous people of all are those who have nothing to lose.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Mine raped three people after he went to prison.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        My grandpa on my dad's side died when I was less than a year old.
        My grandpa on my mom's side had a purple heart from the Korean War

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        He worked on large diesel engines and hunted

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        He is obsessed with German Lugers, owns over 200 of them from WW1 and 2 and keeps telling me we are Belgian, insisting we are really with no prompting…

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Think you might be a nazi descendant anon…

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        He fought japs in the pacific in WW2 and never talked about it again, except to express hatred of japs

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        one of 'em stormed the beaches of Normandy and was injured by shrapnel. He died when I was very young, really wish I could have got to know him. WWII messed him up bad.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        On one side of the family, my grandpa was extremely dangerous. He fought in both world wars and spent much of the interwar period smuggling liquor for the mob. Unfortunately, he died shortly before I was born, on account of not starting a family until he was already in his late 50s.

        On the other side, my grandfather was completely harmless. He'd have struggled to figure out which way the bullets fit in a gun. He was a whole generation younger, and when he got drafted into Korea, he just did logistics work, then kept on doing logistics in the private sector after he got out of the military.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        My grandpa got drafted into IJN during WW2, but the Americans bombed and sank every ship in that harbor before he arrived. And the Officers just told everyone to go home, lol.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Are you full Japanese, or just a half breed?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          You're a lucky son of a bitch

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Your so fucking lucky if this didn't happen your Grandpappy would be at the bottom of the sea kek

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >How dangerous was he?
        He consistently voted Democrat.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          If he's dead, he still does.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        He killed Germans in Italy. Probably a lot of them with artillery.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        One was a ball turret gunner in a b-17. Other was just a steel worker who slowly killed himself with cholesterol and cigarettes

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        One sprayed dead bodies in Korea. The other was notable for diving some general around in Europe towards the end of ww2 and accidentally driving into enemy territory like a retard.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Nearly shot his politrook (military political officer of the communist party)
        >A sure death sentence, if not an on-the-spot execution
        >stopped only by a pilot that caught his hand and forced a shot into the ceiling
        >Disarmed, he was sent to the squadron commander
        >Told the SC that he can either be a man and shoot him himself or let him get back his job
        >The SC begins screaming and send him out
        >Than the SC orders the pilot to hand him back his handgun
        >Summons the politrook to scold him

        For years I was sure that he was bullshitting, or at least inflating" the story (because he usually only told it while drunk)- until I came across a Russian documentary made circa 2014 where a pilot was interviewed and recalled this exact incident. Said that "I don't know that he told the SC in that room, but I never thought that he will walked out of there alive, let alone me handing him his gun back moments after I heard intense shouting".

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Mom side : Truck driver during Korea and Indochina
        >Dad side : Smuggler during WW2, captured and escaped twice
        Not very dangerous tbh

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Legit member of Waffen SS. (In logistics and as mortar gunner, never consciously killed a guy.)

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Yeah I’m thinking based. Any stories? I assume he was captured by americans

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Not much, I was so young I didn't want to listen to dangerous stuff. It's quite a shame.
            He did logistics in poland 44. Meaning, he cared for horses, shoed them (learned as a smith), drove carts. Apparently, he once escaped the russians by falling asleep on the cart and the horse just drove him back to german lines. Later he was in france with the mortars. Captured by french I think, he was in captivity in france but treated quite well. He went back to that village for his honeymoon lol.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >mortar gunner
          >WW2
          >never killed a guy

          It's okay bro

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        My great grandfather in the Philippines was asked whether he wanted to hide away or fight. He was a civilian carpenter/construction worker who made furniture for the GIs on Luzon. He asked for a rifle and was part of the desperate defense, then fled into the jungles after the surrender. The Japanese caught up to him doing guerilla resistance shit and he ended up on Bataan, then Corregidor prison. Survived both, then died of lung cancer from his smoking habit in 1978. He's a better man than I'll ever be.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Same but both of them where in WW2. One of them was in Germany so he had to have killed someone.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Same. One flew C-47s during WWII and the other ran a carnival. I leave it as an exercise to the reader which was more dangerous.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    that was a fun movie

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    As my family's first gun-owner I'm perhaps the most dangerous of our living relatives.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    he's got a lot of acreage, and I'm like 60% sure there's at least one meth heads body on it somewhere.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Mine are dead, but both were in WWII. Dad's dad was a supply officer so only marginally more dangerous than the average person (since he at least had basic military training). Mom's dad, on the other hand, was quite dangerous, he was a combat engineer who fought in the Battle of the Bulge, and then after coming back home was a cop and an avid hunter, and also had a short fuse to the point that he got in a gunfight with his own brother (who until then was his best friend and lived next door) over some random argument.

    I have his durr huntan rifle now. Sad to say I've never shot it, it sat unmaintained in a closet at my grandma's for decades and I haven't been able to field strip it for inspection, it's frozen up beyond my meagre gunsmithing abilities and honestly I'm not that excited at the prospect of shooting a lightweight .30-06 with a solid brass buttpad and horrible sights.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      what happened in the gunfight anon

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        They took potshots back and forth at each other's houses while their families hid behind anything solid they can find. My mom was maybe 8 and remembers lying in the cast iron bathtub while bullets went through the wall overhead. As far as I know nobody was actually hit, miraculously, but it was the end of my grandfather's relationship with his brother and he quit hunting after that too.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      You're not eager to shoot your grandfather's heirloom? Fucking disgraceful.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    All my grandparents are dead. I met dad’s side grandpa once when I was a kid, don’t remember anything. they stayed in Armenia and only came to visit once. I heard he and my grandma we just alcoholics.

    Mom’s side grandpa was a high test gigachad. Respected by everyone. Idk how dangerous he was as he was a nogunz (I’m the first yesgunz in the family) but would probabaly tear your head off at the slightest threat to his family.

    My uncle may or may not have killed someone before. I say may or may not because he slashed a guy’s stomach open with a large knife when he was a teenager, then immediately fled to the home of the local elder “mafia boss” . Nobody knows what happens to the guy. Was mouthing off about my grandma and my uncle chimped out.

    Yeah that side of the family is high test noble savages. No doubt my grandpa would be a dangerous enemy to have.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I bet you live in glendale.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Hah. Used to for a couple years.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          fucking hate armenians, why do your women age like milk left out in the sun

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            My Armenian neighbor is 61 and hot AF. Would bang.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              guaranteed to have cyborg enhancements to make her still attractive

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        why is that there spawn point anyone fucking Glendale man..

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          A lot goes on in LA and the weather is okay.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Both are long dead now.
    >Grandpa Cade was in the Army in WW2, he was a supply officer of some sort. I don't believe he saw combat, but he did serve in Europe and in the Pacific Theatures. (Yes, there were Army supply units in the Pacific.)
    I don't think that he was particularly dangerous. He was very friendly, and over the years almost every person who knew him describes him as "thoughful." Had a heart attack in 1999.
    >Grandpa Mel was in the Navy. He was a CB in WW2, and a carpenter for the rest of his life and eventually died of Emphasima in 2009.
    Mel was tougher, and had done some jail time at some point, though I don't know for what. Once watched him pick up a refrigerator out of the back of his truck alone, despite being a tall slender man.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    he's dead. RIP paw paw.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    He's only been a danger to himself and others ever since his mind started going 🙁
    He's been fading for a couple years now but I still love him

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Gramps was in Korea. Caught a chink PPSH round to the chest and was discharged because of it. Ended up getting a really cushy government job and retiring in a big ass house in Texas. Suppose he was lucky it was one round and not a full burst.

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    my grandpa was really, really, really fucking dangerous.

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    WWII and Korea. Had some major PTSD, but he was always good to me. He was a hard motherfucker.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I think he farted moments before that photo was taken. You can see it on his face.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        That's why his hat is falling off no doubt.

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Rest his soul he wasn't a dangerous man, but a tough one.
    If you guys still have your grandparents around, try and talk to them more.

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Depends. He himself was untrained and a skinny no muscle dork. He was also an EE who helped develope the Shrike ARM and Harpoon. So take that for what you will.

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Marty, when I load this Maverick 88, you’re gonna see some serious shit.

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    He was the most dangerous warrior God sent to his Earth. Satan's minions saw him and shivered. Despair and misery ran for the hills. Now there's a giant hole in the lives of everyone he blessed, and Im not sure if I can fill in his shoes. I'm just not like him

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      you don't gotta be, anon. every person is different and to expect otherwise is retarded.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Im not sure if I can fill in his shoes. I'm just not like him
      I feel this anon, same about my father too
      If I could be 1/10th of the men they were I would die satisfied

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    christopher lloyd has been 80 for 40 years

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Mine (God rest his soul) was one hard motherfucker. Born in 1919, enlisted in '41, landed on Omaha beach and was in throughout the war with a brief period recovering from a shrapnel injury. He almost never talked about it, he just worked hard doing miserable, thankless work to support his family for 60 years afterwards. He was very slow to anger but when he was worked up, well, smart people kept their distance.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      one of 'em stormed the beaches of Normandy and was injured by shrapnel. He died when I was very young, really wish I could have got to know him. WWII messed him up bad.

      I wonder if your grandpas knew my grandpa.

      my grandpa was among the relative few who survived the first wave on Omaha beach and went on to fight for 5 more months with 1ID in ww2 before getting shot and sent home in time for christmas so I guess he was as lucky as he was dangerous

      Small world.

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Both were pretty dangerous I’d say.
    >paternal
    Fought through France, the Bulge, and got a Purple Heart in Germany. Originally fought as an anti aircraft gunner on a quad 50 mounted on a half track but got shoved into infantry work a lot. His stories were horrific. Was an absolutely renowned marksman in his area who shot finishing nails off a sawhorse at 50 yards for fun with iron sights. Avid lifelong hunter. He was known as a really nice guy but he also had horrible PTSD and flipped out occasionally.
    >maternal
    Career coal miner who constantly built contraptions and furniture in his spare time. Avid hunter, his gun cabinet was a central feature of my childhood. Definitely the less dangerous of the two but he chased down a dude with a 2x4, yanked him off his motorcycle, and threatened to beat him to death for driving too fast through the neighborhood when his grandkids were out playing. He also conceal carried back when that was unheard of. At the very least he was high T if not truly dangerous. He also taught me the word “jiggaboo”.

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My grandpa was a green beret in Vietnam. He never told anyone what he did. He only got a horrible addiction to black tar from it to all my knowledge, which later turned to heavy chain smoking. He was a very kind man who had hard standards, but explained why they existed to me, so they made sense to follow even when I was young. He died of cancer because he couldn’t stop smoking, even while in chemo. He had a BAR, m16a2, and a Thomson to all my knowledge. He worked on back to the future and scream, he was a grip and lived a prosperous peaceful life. I don’t think he was dangerous. He definitely was dangerous enough at one point as to where he no longer wanted to be. May god bring rest to that kind mans soul.

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >spent his high school years alone in the woods all winter
    >loaded .357 in the nightstand
    >almost died multiple times because "there was a job to do and it needed to be done" before seeking medical attention
    I miss him so fuckin much anons

  22. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    he's been dead for over a decade, in fact both of them have so not dangerous at all.

    my mom's dad killed a bunch of north koreans and chinese though, he fought at Incheon > Chosin.

  23. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Both dead, but when they were alive one was a prolific rapist of men while the other was a drunkard who has fought in just about every pub in Australia. So I guess both were moderately dangerous.

  24. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    my grandpa was among the relative few who survived the first wave on Omaha beach and went on to fight for 5 more months with 1ID in ww2 before getting shot and sent home in time for christmas so I guess he was as lucky as he was dangerous

  25. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    He was an electrical engineer who worked on the design of wiring harnesses for missiles and satellites. He had minuteman 3 cuff links for some reason. So in a way, I guess?

  26. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Two scotches on the rocks is all it took for him to start telling everyone why he didn't trust those "Hanukkahs". RIP.

  27. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I had two biological grandfathers plus my dad's stepdad. One was a communist, one was a 33rd degree freemason, and one was black.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      My grandad shot at least three blacks on three separate occasions as a cop in the 60s. Two where In they back as they were running away. Pretty based if you ask me.

      you two should fight

  28. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My grandad shot at least three blacks on three separate occasions as a cop in the 60s. Two where In they back as they were running away. Pretty based if you ask me.

  29. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Both of mine are passed, and both were veterans (WWII and Korea). I think my Navy veteran Paternal grandfather was the more dangerous man over all, my Korean war vet maternal grandfather may have killed men in the war (his stories were mostly about the weather, terrain, and the work of being an infantryman rather than the combat), but my paternal grandfather killed one man in a wrench fight that was not prosecuted as the prosecutor didn't think it could be proven that he wasn't just defending himself, and he killed a man with his shotgun a couple of decades later in a far more clear cut case of self defense. People feared my paternal grandfather, even when he was an old ass man.

  30. 1 month ago
    Anonymous.

    Lets see.
    >Grandma recently died, and he has no one immediately in his home or nearby.
    >Ex-farmer. Old man strength, plus keeps active despite his hips being buggered. Still works out.
    >Has a hunting rifle that he maintains like any other tool. Can somewhat reliably get a perfect score on range shooting.
    >Has a large barrel full of blasting powder, pretty much balls of gunpowder coated in resin that before power tools you'd use to chop up large bits of timber.
    >Smart, cynical, and can be quite bitter and a stubborn bastard.
    >Property, by coincidence and not design, is laid out well that he can see and fire from most ground and second story windows and cover most of the place.
    No overt military service, but he could be a dangerous man if you crossed him.

  31. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My grandfather on my mother’s side was Waffen SS PZG on the western front. PaPa was Nazi until the day he passed. My grandfather on my dad’s side fought in Korea and didn’t want to talk about. He really hated Asians, like violently hated them.

  32. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My lawyer had advised me to say that they were men of outstanding character and model citizens.

  33. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My grandpa was the kindest man I ever met. He fought in WW2.
    When my grandmother died, he got dementia and died a year later. Everyone loved him. I got his dog tags and his pilot books when he died.
    I remember watching him lose who he was and forget everything. It's one of the most chilling things I've ever experienced. RIP grandpa, I hope you are at peace now

  34. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Moms side
    >from mexico
    >served in mexican army, nothing to say really
    >did shoot a chomo uncle of our that owed him $4000
    >carried a h&r 32sw

    Dads side
    >anglco marine in nam
    >insane
    >alcholic
    >pretty cool guy
    >like pops from regular show but quick to anger

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Straighten out your grammar Pedro.

  35. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Dad's side I have no idea, died before I was born.

    My grandfather on my mother's side was my role model. Joined the Corps at the age of 15, lied about his age. Was in Korea, at Chosin his Gallbladder ruptured and was removed on the battlefield without any anesthesia. Was sent home after his age was revealed. Was a heavy drinker after the war, did some not so nice things. Sobered up before I was born. I was the only grandson that took after his interest in life. Hunting, fishing, shooting, outdoor life. Taught me everything I know. I sat at the dinner table when Charlton Heston came to visit in April of 99. Taught me how to survive. Unfortunately he passed away when I was 12, before I was old enough to ask the real questions. Hope you're proud Gramps.

  36. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My Grandpa on my dads side was a Gangbanger, im Chicano and half, he was apart of an old gang in East LA, my old man literally told me he had special gloves for fighting he could deadlift 800 was 6'2 and spent 30 years in prison but at the end of his life when I was young he retired from all that, he survived a gun shot but it bound him to a wheelchair , my moms dad (her stepfather but he raised her) was in the Navy a SeaBee, a sheriffs deputy and a avid bar brawler, my great grandpa whom I look up to was a musician back in the 30s-50s, he killed a man who raped my great grandpa idk if it was fully raped but fucker assaulted her, my other great grandpa (bio grandpas father) was a 20 year old marine at Okinawa who came back to his home Kentucky in the Appalachian mountains and became a Police Captain died in 1969 lol

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Half white* Great Grandma*

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Beaners are dangerous but so am I fear is the mind killer

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Pretty sure his side of the family were for sure mainly white Mexicans because he was 6'2 his father was tall and his grandpa was short like 5'4 but his grandmother was tall to, but from what my dad told me my grandpas aunt used to try to make him cry by saying his father (her brother) was adopted but that side of the family were for sure mainly white, my grandma, his wife were indigenous Mexicans they literally descend from Montezuma and his daughters who married a conquistador forgot which one

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      A story about my Great Grandpa my Grandma heard from her Uncles before one of the Uncles died, so throughout the early days of her parents were dating in 1944-1946 grandma was a beautiful looking lady so a lot of fellows would try and get at her but I kid you not a total of 10 times 7 confirmed to be true Great Grandpa beat the living shit out of these guys, the guy was only 5'10 200 Pounds mix of fat and muscle

  37. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Grandpa from my father side was a Bren gunner. When he was alive, he doesn't speak much about what he did. Not that I, as a kid back then, asked for war stories. All he told me was by pointing to the Arisaka and M1 Garand in my illustrated gun encylopadias I have and saying "Back then I shot one of those" when I visit him.
    But, I hear he fought in the War of Independence fighting against the Dutch; and then against the Islamic State Rebellion. Not sure if he fought against the Commies too in 1948.

  38. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Korean War vet and then Texas Highway Patrol. Later became undercover narcotics detective, I have his .38 special detective

  39. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Bingo Bongo here. I have guns so fuck off.
    One Grandad was a Sergeant in the Grenadier Guards just after WW2, then a bobby, then packed that in when he was offered three times his wage to go into construction. He was also a target shooter until he got a bit older and couldn't be bothered to renew his license.
    Other Grandad I never met but was a pretty important metallurgist so was not allowed to join the RAF during the war as his job was vital to the war effort, being a steely fucked his lungs up bad though.

    All my Great Grandads were WW1 vets though, one a medic at Gallipoli so he saw some shit.

  40. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Fought for the germans and was one of the first green barets here since they needed people with actual combat experience.

    Taught me how to make a ghetto silencer and how to box.

  41. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It was his dad that was a second world war veteran, but my grandpa was still badass.

    >grandpa is humble judge
    >normal day at le office
    >man who was previously found guilty under him back from jail
    >calls him or the front to let him know he's coming with a gun to kill him
    >grandpa takes revolver from desk, 38 or 357, dont remember anything else
    >gramps aims revolver across desk towards elevator
    >elevator opens and thug immediately drops shotgun upon gramps in cover with revolver
    >gramps win

  42. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    One grandpa was a marine in WWII in the pacific who then became a mailman , and the other was a badass worker in Canada and Madagascar before retiring to Florida to be a barber, possibly affiliated or connected somehow. Both amazing men and I love, admire, miss, and respect them dearly.

  43. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Is that Christopher Luh-Loyd?

  44. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My glorious lineage:
    >grampa (pic related) barely an adult in late WW2, shitty heart
    >does merchant mariner stuff in Great Lakes
    >his brother was an army POG during Korea
    >their dad and grandfather: too young and too old for WW1

    >grandma's brother
    >20 y/o army pilot
    >engine of his Vultee stalls during training
    >dies in crash in Texas
    >their father: conveniently immigrated from France before WW1

    >dad barely an adult during late Vietnam, goes to college and drops out
    >his brother enlists in the army
    >malingers and graduates with brokedicks
    >spends the war chauffeuring an officer in Panama

    >mom's dad a teenage Filipino in WW2
    >apparently does guerilla stuff during the occupation

    >I enlist with a USMC open contract like a retard in 2009
    >get stuck with shitty utilities job
    >put name in for MSG, MEU, several deployments
    >none of them come to fruition
    >unit deploys without me because my job is useless

  45. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Well, he's dead.
    But when he was alive
    > machinist at a lumber mill in northwest Montana
    > not a button monkey on a CNC
    > but a real deal machinist, a magician with a lathe
    > hell of a shot too
    > "ammo is expensive"
    > his deer rifle would sip ammo. one shot to reverify zero, one shot to take the season's deer
    > one box of ammo would last several seasons
    > built cabinets for everything in his garage
    > built custom inserts for cabinets to hold grandma's put up / canned vegetables
    > built custom enclosures in back yard for garden
    > xbox HUEG garden.
    > took a piece of bar stock and brazed an extension cord and made a worm getter
    > plug goes into wall, electrified rod goes into dirt
    > worms come out of ground
    > just don't touch too close to the rod
    > he was a hell of a fly fisherman
    > could put a fly where ever he wanted it
    He didn't finish high school but lived a good, full life. His 3 kids became a surgical nurse, a judge, and a surgeon.
    God speed grampa, you were a hell of a grandfather.

  46. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Grandpa was a tail-gunner on a B-24. Great grandpa shot a dude with a .44 after the same dude stabbed him multiple times.

    Grandpa on the other side kept going after having his back broken by a boulder, his fingers eaten by a harvester, and being impaled by a tree limb.

  47. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Estranged from one who is a PoS, but he was one of the engineers on the B2 program.

    The good one died when I was a baby, but he served from Guadalcanal to Saigon.
    >was on the hill at Iwo Jima.
    >built orphanages in Korea.
    >tunnel rat in Nam.
    >punched out the dads of kids who bullied his kids.
    >ordered a hit on some groids who assaulted his daughter.
    >solved his groundhog problem with an M16A1.

  48. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Grandpa was in 'Nam in the Navy. Told my dad and his brothers that he was only ever on destroyers as they grew up. Showed them pictures of him working up on the masts. No one ever woke him up for fear of getting grabbed or punched, and dad never knew what that was all about until he was an adult and Forrest Hump came out. They all went to see it together and right when the ambush scene happened he said
    >"God, that's exactly what it was like..."
    They all had words the next day. Turns out he was a radioman assigned with special forces

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Forrest Hump
      *Gump
      Holy fuck, of all the typos

  49. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    holy shit my grandpa was dangerous. He had Alzheimer's and guns hidden throughout his farm property that would make the vietcong blush. He would randomly shoot towards the neighbor's house thinking that they were imperial japanese (he served in the navy in WW2) and every time we found a gun and took it away he'd dig up another two from god knows where in his labyrinthine complex of farming equipment, tool collections and gardening supplies.
    Don't get me started on the bran flakes. He'd buy a new box every day, eat one single bowl of bran flakes then the next day he'd go to the store and buy another single box of bran. We had to tell the local k-mart to stop letting him buy bran, and after he finally passed away we found literal thousands of boxes of opened bran flakes (sometimes he'd buy raisin bran if it was on sale and 5 cents cheaper, but he'd manually pick the raisins out) in a closet in his basement. All of it meticulously stored in perfect rows from floor to ceiling.
    I'll miss you granddad. I'm never gonna sell a single gun he left for me they're going to my children and so on.
    R.I.P

  50. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >grandpa on my mom's side killed in 'Nam
    >grandpa on my dad's side passed away two years ago

  51. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Mine’s a millionaire redneck farmer who’s killed untold numbers of animals. He’s a bit of a fudd and getting softer in his 80s. He’s given a few guys their comeuppance and he can keep a secret.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Incredibly baste. More family lore pls.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        There was a known cattle thief in the area so he put a decoy cow at the edge of the property. When the guy came to grab the cow he came out of the ditch and beat him up with a steel bar and left him paralyzed.

  52. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My Hispanic grandfather is a great hunter, but locks up his guns and doesn't like open carry. My white nationalist grandfather was a good shot when he was young, but alcoholism really got to him. We don't talk much, but he doesn't seem to care I'm not white.

  53. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >How dangerous is your grandpa?
    Long dead now but my maternal grandfather threw three sailors into the River Avon for swearing in front if my grandmother, and once picked up a motorcycle someone had parked across his garden gate and threw it over a 6 foot hedge. He was a millwright who used to install mine pithead gear and could snap cylinder head bolts with a ring spanner and his bare hands.

  54. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My grandpa is dead, but he was an infantryman during WW2. He didn't get to go overseas though, because he had bad teeth and they didn't want to deal with it. So they kept him at home to fight off a Japanese invasion that never materialized. I'd rate him above average on the dangerousness ladder.

  55. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Right now?
    Not very. He's dead.

    In life?
    Killed thousands. Went in the USAAC in '36, got out of the USAF in '68. Aircraft Mechanic.
    The other?
    Dead too.
    Navy, WW2, Gunner's Mate. probably killed more than a few Japs.

  56. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Dangerous enough to have a shitload of bastards to his name

  57. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    both of em are dead, so not dangerous at all. As far as how dangerous they were, my paternal grandfather was a sailor on the Bonhomme Richard in Korea and would often get drunk and threaten people with blunt objects. My maternal grandfather was in the air-force in ww2 and was apparently a very good outdoors-man. He flew cargo over Burma and India.

    So my paternal grandfather was more of a general danger to people, but I think my maternal grandfather would be more of a threat if you gave him a reason to be dangerous.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >He flew cargo over Burma and India
      Anon, you may have been underestimating the ball-mass on your maternal grandfather a tad

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hump
      >Flying over the Himalayas was extremely dangerous and made more difficult by a lack of reliable charts, an absence of radio navigation aids, and a dearth of information about the weather.
      The article goes into further detail.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >you may have underestimated the ball mass
        no, I know about it. He had multiple separate instances of his co-pilot having a shell-shock induced breakdown and being forced to take over. (multiple seperate co-pilots did this) He was also a mason, although he left before reaching the 32nd degree.

  58. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Both of my grandfathers died before I was born and my mother basically disowned her mother before I was born so the only grandparent I have ever had is my dad's mom.
    She's still alive and is in her 90's, still very healthy.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >He only had two grandfathers

  59. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    He sleeps next to a knife and a pistol.
    Also he likes to collect figures of the WW2, trains and military stuff in general.
    Also, he is alcoholic.
    Pretty much a very PrepHole guy.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Just to clarify, he Is not a veteran, muy country didnt even fought in WW2, he just like that stuff.
      I dont know a lot of my dad dad's since he died when my dad was 8. But he was pretty based, he was in the SAR team of the biggest mountain of muy country when mountaineering was just starting here, and he was friend with the Dr. Atl.

  60. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    he owns no guns as far as I know but he’s an alcoholic who constantly drinks and drives so I’d say he’s pretty dangerous

  61. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Mine is dead, but he killed chinks and norks in Korea so thats kind of cool, he also worked in the MACV building during Vietnam, and retired a Sargeant Major.

  62. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    He's dead now, but in 2006 at 71 years old he was tagged by a car full of morons, pulling an old trick where they wait for you to get out to swap insurance, then rob you and steal the car. They tried it, but he leaned back inside and pulled out the machete he kept by his seat. The one moron with a gun was on the other side of the car and didn't react in time to save his friend's arm and eye. He chopped down at the second one's collarbone and the rest chimped out and ran. The one with a gun emptied his mag as he ran away, not even managing to hit the car. He refused to own a mobile phone, so he just left the two to bleed out on the street and reported it when he got home, after stopping to buy some milk and eggs on the way.

  63. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Never met my dad's dad. He was in the Navy during WWII. The old guy killed himself, so I never really asked my dad about it. It didn't sound like he did anything nuts.

    Mom's dad fought the Japanese. Mom is from PI, and grandpa was a teenager when the Japs invaded. He and his brothers left to join the guerillas. He never spoke about what happened to anybody, really. He talked about how they were all basically starving to death - there's a Filipino cow ("Carabao") and it's hoof prints were deep enough to allow water to pool up. They would drink the water out of those. He maybe killed a Jap or two; it was poverty guerilla vs. IJA/IJN. Pot shots, ambushes, etc.

  64. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My dad's father died in 1965. He carried a 4 inch Colt 38 and kept a double barrel 12 gauge in his office.

    My mom's dad died in 1999. He was a WW2 and Korea vet. Bronze Star, Purple Heart. Never picked up a gun again after Korea and became a butcher in Queens.

  65. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My grandpa, not very dangerous. He's quite kind actually.
    Now my great grandfather, he was probably somewhat dangerous considering he fought in WW2. Never knew what happened to him though.

  66. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My grandfather on my mother's side was beaten to death by his alcoholic wife. My grandfather on my father's side was a serial killer who died in prison.
    I'd say neither of them were particularly dangerous unless you happened to be a black prostitute.

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