A true analog (hehe, anal log) hero.

When redditor bmacmachine came across a folder on his grandfather's computer labeled "taxes" a box in his grandfather's storage space labeled "books," he decided to look inside. There he found something that young men used to prize above all else: pornographic magazines.


Hustler and Penthouse, Grandpa didn't mess around. (via imgur)

I guarantee you that almost every man over the age of 30 has a story about a hidden treasure trove of pornography. Maybe it was some dirty VHS tapes in an older male relative's room, or a hidden cache of magazines in the woods, or in the garage, or in an alley, but it was there and it was cherished. The news of this pornography was disseminated (lol) orally (lol), creating a porn network that pre-dated the Internet. But times have changed.


Decades of filth. (via imgur)

That's why u/bmacmachine did the right thing and destroyed the evidence of his grandfather's perversions before his daughter could find it. It's what he would have wanted.


The burning bush. (via imgur)

When asked why he didn't at least try to sell them, u/bmacmachine put it succinctly:

I thought about it, then I thought about how guilty I'd feel spending the money. I just imagined how dirty it would feel to go the Olive Garden and get a Tour of Italy with my grandpa's jackin it cash.

But fear not, gentle reader, for at the bottom of porndora's box...

Was hope.

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Now time to head back inside for some new fangled internet pornography! (via imgur)

Sources: reddit