- n. the name used for one's grandma
“Imagine Edwards 'grandma somehow flying to Hawaii (who knows, maybe Hilary's Dad bought her a ticket) in the wayback, and asked for a loan from Obama's Grandma, who was (WAIT FOR IT) a LOAN OFFICER with a bank!”
“My grandma, who is a devout Christian, took offense at my aunt taking offense and implying that Grandma was giving her grandchildren satanic toys and now keeps it around and lets kids play with it at her house.”
“Her beloved grandma who raised her following the desertion of her parents suffers from dementia; Grandma believes it is the Regency era in England.”
“She was our last great matriarch from that generation, and though she was the childless sister of my grandma, she was in many ways closer to all of us than my Grandma was.”
“The boy ` s grandma calls 911 and tries to stop the vicious attack, but it was too late, the young boy ` s face mauled, his nose ripped off, Grandma also attacked, suffering bites to her legs and arms, authorities eventually calming the dogs, who remain in quarantine tonight.”
“I know I shouldn't carry on like this, an old grandma like me, but wow," Grandma said, while I grinned bigger and bigger.”
“Any child age 5-13 who thinks his or her grandma is gorgeous can submit an application to ESLC explaining 3 reasons why Grandma is gorgeous and a description of what the applicant likes to do with Grandma.”
“#2 Once the fat cats are financially secure again, they won't care about grandma. .in fact they will be blaming Grandma and her "entitlement" of social security.”
“My grandma is lucky I didn’t put Mary instead of Grandma.”
“[_Silence till the door is well shut behind grandma, and then the children break out with shouts, all of them, of "Good-by, Grandma.”
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