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Four adorable geese stand guard to protect grandma from everything that crosses her path

February 23rd, 2021

Security has many forms. You can put a security pin or password on a cellphone, password protection on a computer, latch on doors, bodyguards, security guards on establishments, the Queen’s Guards, and many more.

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Truth be told, not every individual can afford to hire their own bodyguard, let alone an entire army. However, this grandmother from Korea couldn’t care less about the dangers of the world outside because she has four loyal guards to defend her at all costs.

They are not some bulky bodyguards, they are the four loyal geese.

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The Queen likes to take a stroll sometimes, and with her walking stick prefers to look like a commoner so as not to draw unwanted attention. You know, mingle with the common folk.

They are fearsome and not to be overlooked.

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These royal guards aren’t taking any chances. They run, okay waddle, after her making sure she doesn’t get too far. Better to be following her than standing on guard for hours on end I suppose.

Instead of the usual red coats and bearskin hats, these four have wings that they use when they need to cover more ground. It’s a good thing too. Look at how quickly the Queen walks. Make way for the Queen’s guards!

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They make their way across the country, on a bridge, to the shoreline where the grandmother walks into the water to cool off after that amazing walk. You would think that her geese guards would rest after that walk. There’s no one around so what possible threat could there be?

Wrong. They rush into the water themselves, and being the strong guards they are, flock around her while floating on the surface.

She’s one lucky Korean grandma.

“I had a brain hemorrhage operation three years ago so I couldn’t speak for three months. Since living with the geese, I have nothing to worry about. I feel like I’m in heaven.”

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Bet so. Grandma gets out of the water with her geese guards walking in front of her to make sure there aren’t any miscreants attempting anything foolish. Save for that cameraman. What’s he holding?

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These geese are overprotective of their “queen”, they’re not letting anyone get too close to her, like this paparazzi.

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The man runs off with the geese flexing their wings for good measure. Grandma calls out telling them to move as she wants to leave. Naturally, obedience is a must.

A group of quackers she can always trust.

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At home, these geese stand brave and strong to make sure that grandma is safe.

Back at home, the palace sorry, grandma says she needs to get back to work. And so they assume the classic guard stance. Standing by the door and wherever they are stationed. Photos anyone?

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More media! The guards make their voices heard, charging at the cameramen in full force. Even grandma’s guests get the experience of being chased. Need to work on those hospitality skills.

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Grandma says it’s fine as even the guests are amused by the four geese guards of the apocalypse. The geese even have their own road sign. Grandma loves her geese guards very much. She knows they’ll always have her back. Quack saves the Queen.

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This kind of loyalty is extremely rare, wouldn’t you agree? You’d often see this on dogs, but little do we know, geese are also loyal animals. It sure looks like grandma can live a carefree life and not afraid of anything because of her army of brave quackers.

Watch the video below to see how these geese follow and protect grandma.

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Source: SBS TV, citywonders

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