A content house with elderly members is taking off on TikTok

TikTok isn’t just for Gen Z. Boomers have officially joined the party too. 

Most TikTok collectives like Hype House and Sway House pride themselves on having young, rambunctious members. But the Retirement House is all about celebrating seniors. And who’s to say these elders aren’t just as spontaneous, rebellious and melodramatic as their younger counterparts? 

What is Retirement House on TikTok? 

Retirement House is a TikTok collective of “grandfluencers,” or adults over 70 with digital followings. The account sprang up in late September and in less than a month earned over 1.2 million followers. Like most other TikTok collectives, the members appear to live in a giant house together where they create content. 

Who are the Retirement House members? 

The founding members are Peaches, Mabel, Hubert and Eugene. They all pretty much looked like classic movie stars not too long ago. 

Retirement House is all about showing seniors having fun

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Best friends for life 💜

♬ TWINNEM – Coi Leray

When BFFs Peaches and Mabel danced to Coi Leray’s “Twinnem” the video nabbed over 23 million views. 

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Things are going well! Hopefully you will all meet her soon! -Eugene

♬ original sound – xxtristanxo

Eugene mostly gives updates on his dating life — especially his hipster dating looks

Meanwhile, Hubert is more of a lip-syncer and a bonafide Britney fan. 

The seniors can get a little rebellious too 

In the group’s intro video they weren’t shy about wreaking havoc and throwing up their middle fingers. 

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