Brilliant chats between a teen and his grandma
Teen YouTuber records dozens of hilarious Vine chats with his grandma.
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According to Huffington Post, YouTube stars Kevin Droniak and his grandma shot to fame two years ago when, as a seventeen-year-old school kid, he started recording their chats in short Vine videos which he’d then collect for longer YouTube ones.

"You know my friend Miley?"

He wanted to share her stern, wise and sometimes hilarious opinions so he set up a camera in her car. The thing is, she didn’t even realise she was being filmed (or that she was a viral success) and she just chats away as he discusses everything from Miley to 1D without him letting on that they’re not really his classmates.

Kevin recently revealed their videos to his gran whose reaction was appropriate…

She seems like a cool companion to have, right? Check out Kevin and his gran to see what the fuss is all about:

What my grandma looks for in a man, via thiskidneedsmedicine/YouTube



The gap between grandparents and teens is sometimes easier to cross than the gap between parents and teens. After all, grandparents can say whatever they want (being older gives them the right, dammit!) and they don’t always have to do the right thing or avoid discussing certain topics.

Grandparents can pitch in and look after teens or take you places when their parents are busy. Some grandparents have a special way of chatting to teens that doesn’t judge them, so teens may feel more able to confide in them.

In fact, grandparents can, in some cases, be like second sets of parents to kids. In some families the grandparents are taking on the actual role of parents when the parents are either dead or incapable as a result of circumstances.

Grandparents are pretty cool to have around, right? Here's more on grandparents:

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The gift of grandparents

Are kids safer with grandparents driving?

Remembering granny

What’s your fondest memory of your grandparents?

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