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  • proper n. one's grandma


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  • Now, we aren't talking about victories, necessarily, in the sense that the mugger gets his ass whipped and granny escapes unscathed; more often than not, Granny gets roughed up or cut or otherwise damaged, but she does manage to survive.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Linda got the nickname Granny Panty or Granpan and it stuck to her like glue.

    Shore Thing

  • I would even fill in Granny and Pap-Paw so we could we all be on the same pages!

    I just get cake...

  • I angry that my Granny is in pain, I am angry that this is even happening, I am angry with myself and I am angry that people are so selfish!


  • I thought I was going to die it was so hot and of course we were crammed in our row and poor Granny is smashed up to the big drunk loud football fan!

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Granny is standing on the far right, helpfully labeled “H. P.”

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • It might be interesting to note at this junction that our other granny, who lived at the back of our garden, was known as Granny Back.

    Family life

  • True, Granny is a far less threatening source than the eugenics movement.

    Think Progress » SC Lt. Gov. compares people getting gov’t help to ‘stray animals’ who ‘breed’ because they don’t know better.

  • My Granny is my hero she lost her husband and best friend but still has the courage to go on.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • He was opening a small space in Granny to show his work.

    Archive 2008-01-01


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