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March 04, 2005
"my gramma is 125 years old!
how old is YOOOOOOOOOURS?" I could have def. used that as a child, for an alternative to: "my dad's car is bigger than yours" so...what were your kiddie insults? or...do you think she's tired and wants to die?
18 years ago
I think she's sexy....
If she wants to die, then she has set a world record for duration of incompetence.
Looks like Chris Weinke when he was at Florida State.
I remember I used to think Maria Olivia da Silva was really cool when I was a kid. Now they'll probably use some lame CGI effects to make her do some cheesy CGI karate moves and totally ruin the character forever.
February 28, 1880. Just think: if she had been born a day later, she would only be 31.
Yes, eamon, but the fear is that she would also be a dollar short. And she can't afford that right now.
Inexcusably bad. You go to your room.
OH SHIT...she was 103 yers old when I was born...DAMN. AT this pace, there's a possibility that she might outlast me.
One of the few people who could potentially utter the line, "Son, it's been a good hundred years since I've had a good ass-fucking."
The only problem with using "my gramma is 125 years old" to taunt other children is that her grandchildren should be at least 50-75 years old; I guess you could use it at the nursing home, though.
Actually, there is something pretty about her, transcending age.
Jesus mother beepin' christ! it's a livin' mummy, run! We should include her in the freak show. We could probably pimp her for some good cash.
Wow. I'd love to talk to that woman. Can you imagine the stories she has? Her perspective? Fucking boggles the mind. My grandma will be ninety-nine in June. I love listening to her. Color me earnest, but old folks who will talk are the best thing we have to history and understanding of our own times. Paticularly women.
PY, certainly not pretty by Barbie doll standards, but the character apparent in her face is fascinating. Can you imagine the things she must have lived through? I wonder what her take on history is. Does she think it's better, worse, or just different now?
Imagine living 125 years to have idiots thousands of miles away make mummy jokes about you.
Yeah, maybe it's a somewhat flattering shot or the expression but the pretty for me is in her eyes and the angles of her face and the crease of her mouth. Maybe pretty is too light a word.
All elderly people aren't necessarily interesting, but I too would love to chat her up. Chances are she has a few stories I'd like to hear. The childhood insults of my day were pretty standard, I expect. I'm glad my family had the sense to teach me, early on, that other people's meddling was foolish to pay attention to.
I too would love to chat her up
I am guessing that means something else in North America.
But just out of interest Wolof, which of your cheesy lines would you try out first? Maybe 'Haven't I seen you somewhere before [the Boer War]'?
"Marry me, and I’ll never look at another horse."
Wolof, I think I misuse words and phrases all the time. My wife calls it senility.
I wouldn't know if the usage was locally legit or not. Wouldn't have the first clue.