The word YOLO (You Only Live Once) was initially used in 2012 and generally picked up prominence among netizens. These days it is an expression utilized generally by youths to signify living without limitations. In any case, if you think this is another term that applies only to youngsters, you’ve been so wrong!

Here are some photographs of old people and old couples who surely know how to YOLO. We need to give them credit for YOLO-ing even before the term is cool! Investigate these fun pics that will make you laugh!

A funny and safe trick is something to snicker about!

Weight loss is extremely troublesome when somebody is stepping on the scale as well

Who said smoking will kill you?

This grandmother and grandpa’s Cosplay is on fleek!

The couple who rollerskates together, stay for eternity

Being pushed in a supermarket trolley its always good fun

I hope his grandchildren won’t get mad on him

It’s never past the point where it is possible to learn new stuff like skateboarding!

This couple is a truly YOLO pair!

From fun pictures, we should proceed onward to these old couples who are our #RelationshipGoals. Their meaning of YOLO is YOU ONLY LOVE ONCE!

Most of the time, it’s the seemingly insignificant details, the little gesture that matter in love.

Making silly faces together and a kiss after? Yes please!

One of the best and most creative couple shirts I have ever seen!

Talking about couple shirts, this as well, are life goals!

Eating popsicles on the patio with the love of your life, now that is sweet!

Without a doubt having great occasions such as the ones included in these photos regardless of the possibility that we are now old is a #LifeGoal, and staying in love with our partners through time and silver hair is a #RelationshipGoal. It is moving to see these individuals making the most of their life minus all potential limitations.

“Give us a chance to grow up but remain youthful at heart; and when you’ve found the one, love them like each day is your last day together. We can only have true love once too.”