Here’s Granny Nanny together with her grandson, Dan LaMorte, 27, who posted the video. Currently he’s on rank 4, which is the highest he’s ever reached.
This ranking has been running for a while now, the board was a gift from her own grandkids back in 2015 and they all placed a magnetic photo of them in it. Funny that the board has a big fat “Family” word in it, but there’s competition.
Dan explained to Tiktok, where people followed, how the ranking system worked for them. Of course, he was proud of his current ranking, but he is kind of worried about his ranking since he just got 2 new tattoos.
It was a “promote” and “demote” system which depended on their behaviors and actions. Old as she may be, but Nanny has still sharp senses so her grandkids are very careful.
Sadly, Nanny is not really approving of tattoos. Tattoos are cool and also works of art, but when Nanny knew Dan’s tattoos, he instantly went down from 4th… to the 10th!
Nanny explains how to get promoted: visiting her, having kids, keeping in touch with her are some of the things that keep their ranking or even better, to reach the top.
“My grandson just had a new baby, so he goes to the top because it’s a very good, happy moment,” she said. “And I’m not going to even get into demotions. Tattoos? That’ll do it every time.”
Currently, the top two, Dan’s cousins, are a veterinarian and a dentist, respectively. The family also agreed not to include the great-grandchildren in the system because the grandkids were afraid to drop down or get removed in the ranking.
Dan says that this competitive-yet-fun activity keeps their family together. Their activities have always been full of jokes and roasting one another, but they all get talking.
Their fun activity was a catch to the Tiktok viewers. Some Tiktokers were even shocked that Nanny would demote in front of her grandchildren.
Dan grew up with a sense of humor. His Nanny always remind him not to take himself seriously.
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Let's see what the people have to say:
And she's savage for doing so!
Haha! All in good taste, though.
She's becoming a role model.
It was never a competition, to begin with. This is just one of the many ways Dan and his 9 other competitors (kidding, his cousins and siblings) thought of spending time with their grandparents and family.
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