Tuesday, June 30, 2020

26 Pics That Prove People Don't Age Like They Used to

There are many reasons why people look older in the past than we did when we were there age. For one, sunscreen has done wonders for the world's skin. Also, life was just harder back then, so people reflected that. But with that being said, damn these people do look really old for their age.

And if this is something you find interesting we have 26 more examples of the same here.

1940 My Grandad (17 Years Old In Photo) At The Dublin Races With His Mother, My Great Grandmother.

My 14 Year Old Grandfather Riding His New Bike In 1949 Dayton, Ohio

My Ukranian Grandmother In 1927 At 16 Years Old.

My Grandma. You May Not Believe But She Was 13 In This Photo.

My Paternal Grandfather Aged 16 Colourised

My Grandma Around 20 Years Old

My Grandmother At 16 Years Old In 1917

My Grandfather’s Ww2 Photograph, He Was 18 Years Old.

My Grandmother On Her Confirmation Day In 1941. She Is 14 Years Old In This Picture.

My Grandma (Mimi) Was An Airline Stewardess When She Was In Her Early 20’s

This Was My Grandad. He Was Australia’s Youngest Radio Announcer At 16 Back In 1934

1945, My 18 Year Old Grandmother Concetta.

My Grandmother, Age 16 (Mexico)

My Grandma At 16.

My Handsome Grandfather When He Was My Age (32).

A Photo Of My Great Grandmother, Lottie, With Her Hunting Buddies. She Had To Have Been In Her 20’s

She Was About 17 When This Photo Was Taken.

My Mum And Dads Wedding Here In The UK . Mum Was 20 Dad 21

My 16 Year Old Grandmother, 1922

My Grandparents Getting Married In Iceland In 1976 At 19

My Grandfather When He Joined The Navy In 1942. He Was Only 16 Years Old At The Time Of This Picture

My Grandmother At 24 In 1934, Dancing With My Grandfather.

This Is My Grandmother In 1954 With Her Then Beau. Her First Love. She Was 17 Years Old

My Grandmother In 1955 (She Was Around 13 Or 14)

My Mama, Rose In High School, 13

My Mother At 16 In 1949

Do you have any family photos that prove people used to get older faster in the past?