It was always great going to see grandma and grandpa. Whether it be a weekend trip or just for the day. No matter what, visiting our grandparents was always such an astonishing experience. These two would support us no matter what. They gave us that feeling of safety that we always had a place to go when we didn't want to be under our parents' roof. There was always that welcoming feeling as soon as we entered the house. It was always a blast to walk into grandma's house and have the smell of cookies baking in the oven wrap its scent around us like an old friend. Besides their caring personalities, here are some reasons why we love our grandparents. They were our best friends in the world. Mgrabois via Flickr Grandma and grandpa loved us unconditionally, and even more so\u00a0than our own parents (maybe because they didn't have to deal with the consequences of every single mistake we made) did. To them, every school project we ever did, every drawing we made, every book we were reading, everything we brought to show them when we visited was the most spectacular they had seen since the last time we had visited. Grandma and grandpa were seriously equivalent\u00a0to cheerleaders for us. Talk about self-esteem boosts! They had no boundaries at all. Matt Irwin via Pinterest At their age, our grandparents could do and say whatever they wanted. No matter how ridiculous their actions may have appeared, they didn't care about the repercussions. \u00a0My grandfather deliberately flirted with any random woman walking by on the street and he always seemed to get a satisfiable reaction like a smile or a cute "Thank you." If I tried that at my\u00a0young age, I'd probably get smacked. When it comes to what our grandparents decided to do, no hoots were given about the consequences at all. In their case, the consequence probably wouldn't be that harsh. They had the concept of relationships figured out. Tracy and Earnest Savings via Pinterest They had lived together for so long, and they always somehow found ways to show affection to each other in the cutest ways. They still played pranks on each other. My grandpa used to have a joke: "We hold each other's hands all the time! Yeah, just so we don't hit each other!" or the famous "How many fights do you think we've been in, in all the sixty-five years we've been together? One! And it's still going on!" That being said, two things we definitely know for sure are that love and a good sense of humor don\u2019t disappear with age! Why else did we love our grandparents so much? Click "Next" to find out. They still got it! Ian Jane Via RockShopPop I rest my case about what I said about my grandpa before. Even in their senior years, they got more attention from hot people than we do as young people! How can you not admire that? They always took care of us. Celestine Sibley via SouthernSpaces Whether we asked your grandparents to act like a horse for a day or to teach you how to make a perfect batch of chocolate-chipped cookies, we could always be certain that they would have our back. Because we were their best friend and they would do anything for us. They would encourage us to try new things. Brenda Fine via grandparents.com When we saw that our elderly Granny was learning some new skills and doing new and exciting things we could not just stay in our beds wearing sweatpants. We instantly were encouraged to go out and act! They were fearless and they inspired us to strive for the same. If they could work up the courage to try new things, well so could we. What other memories do you have about your grandparents? Let us know in the comments section below. Related: \tPhotos That Will Take You Back To Your Grandma\u2019s House \t87 Year Old Granny Twirls Her High School Baton \tJohn Denver- "Grandma's Feather Bed"