These Adorable Grandparents Wear Matching Outfits Every Single Day
We all have our own ideas of what #RelationshipGoals look like.
Remember when we showed you all the reasons why Jessie James Decker and Eric Decker are the ultimate celeb power couple?
Well, if seeing those starry-eyed love birds gave you all the feels, you might want to grab a box of tissues and get ready for a good cry.
We just came across an elderly couple who might be the cutest damn people we've ever laid eyes on.
Say hello to Ed and Fran Gargiula.
my grandparents have been married for 52 years and they match outfits every day. pic.twitter.com/79nCaNuTuD — Anthony Gargiula (@AnthonyGargiula) August 30, 2016
These two sweethearts have been married for more than 50 years. If loving the same person for over half a century isn't enough to impress you, you should know that these two also wear matching outfits EVERY DAMN DAY.
Yeah. Talk about some old people #RelationshipGoals that are lit AF.
Their grandson – an aspiring 17-year-old musician from Albany named Anthony Gargiula – introduced his glorious grandparents to the world by sharing some photos of this precious pair on Twitter, along with the caption, "My grandparents have been married for 52 years and they match outfits every day."
Apparently, Ed and Fran started matching their clothes for church and square dancing class about a year ago, and people liked it so much, they've been twinning on the reg ever since.
"So I don't really know how to tell you this, but you've gone viral." pic.twitter.com/B7kLsBcY21 — Anthony Gargiula (@AnthonyGargiula) August 30, 2016
Anthony told CNN,
I wake up to text messages saying, 'Good morning! We hope you have a good day!' – along with the 'outfit' of the day.
Check out the tweets below to see what people are saying about this sweet couple:
Ed and Fran Gargiula's matching outfits are giving the Twitterverse a lot of feelings.
This is the cutest thing ever https://t.co/UCba8aTDp9 — Mon (@monica_pesina) September 1, 2016
Some people simply can't seem to handle the emotions brought on by their outfit commitment...
my over emotional self can't take this https://t.co/wGMj8COw6Q — Meg Jarvis (@_meg_jarvis) August 31, 2016
This overwhelming amount of cuteness even brought some hopeless romantics to tears.
ive been crying for roughly 5 minutes what's wrong with me https://t.co/2Fw3cp1dvj — vero (@yagirlvero) September 1, 2016
Don't you just love old people who are adorable AF?
old people cute as shit. https://t.co/gKVj0SIIrp — Sept 4th (@Najmatf_) September 1, 2016
Other Twitter users responded to the grandparents with a more playful approach.
This could be us but you playing https://t.co/xej03pel0s — Paula (@pauIette) August 31, 2016
They poked fun at the precious matching pair.
They do this because at that age it's easier to wonder off & get lost, they need to be easily identifiable.. https://t.co/BQ294HAipg — Hans Solo (@MrMasina) September 1, 2016
They tried to decode gramp's secret inner thoughts.
HES SO HAPPY. His face legit screams "me and my girl bad as hell in our matching fits" https://t.co/xhPUqWMpu7 — a n a (@aye__sap) September 1, 2016
They found joy in comparing this delightful duo to their own dating struggles.
I can't even get a text back https://t.co/zDbupts6fU — Tyler Skroczky (@TSkroczky) August 31, 2016
It's not hard to see that this twinning twosome is the OG definition of geriatric relationship goals.
now this... this, ladies and gentlemen, is GOALS https://t.co/TvaudQUTEG — yung amaretto (@heyitsjermaine_) September 1, 2016
And I think it's safe to say that we can all learn a thing or two about everlasting love (and fashion) from this lit couple.
They fucking lit , goals man . Lol https://t.co/wVthHReEir — deja (@JuKnowDeja) August 31, 2016
Seriously, fellas: You might want to take a few notes.
DONT COMMIT TO ANY MANS UNLESS HE WILLIN TO DO THIS W U https://t.co/QT3haDQyJp — LIL K $$ (@Onlinekittten) August 31, 2016