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Caterpillar, clitoris, butterfly

2nd January 2004, early evening | Comments (16)

Last week my cousin showed my Grandma an abstract photograph and asked her to guess what it was:

A clitoris
Oh no! I got muddled up, I mean a chrysalis!

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  1. David House:

    Not to be over piccy, but your XML isn't well formed ;)


    note the spelling.

    Posted 11 minutes after the fact
    Inspired: ↓ Dunstan
  2. Dunstan:

    Whoops! Fixed. Thanks David :o)

    Posted 14 minutes after the fact
    Inspired by: ↑ David House
  3. Jay:

    I really enjoyed your photos. thanks for sharing. Good Job

    Posted 25 minutes after the fact
  4. Web:

    Whacky and Wild grandmothers strike again.

    BONER!!! oops .. achem Bingo!

    Posted 43 minutes after the fact
  5. Scrivs:

    Can't stop laughing.

    Posted 1 hour, 14 minutes after the fact
  6. Colin D. Devroe:

    Ok, somehow this bothers you, when just a few weeks ago you were sending nasty postcards to your grandmother. What do you expect, you've poisoned her mind!

    Posted 3 hours, 20 minutes after the fact
    Inspired: ↓ Dunstan
  7. Lee:

    Aren't Grandma's fantastic, they are the unrecognised comedy geniuses of the world.

    Mine wears a hearing aid, but even with it in, she tunes out of conversations, so we constantly have conversations like:

    Grandad: "We're thinking of going and having a meal at that new restaurant in town."
    Other family member: "Oh yeah, it's supposed to be very nice."

    ...ten minutes later, we've discussed everything about the restaurant and are on to something else...

    Grandma: "That new restaurant in town looks nice, your Grandad and I are thinking of trying it."

    Whenever anybody else mentions something shortly after we've talked about it the response is now: "All right, Grandma."

    (N.B. Probably funnier in person, rather than written down)

    Posted 5 hours, 23 minutes after the fact
  8. Dunstan:

    Colin, my Grandmother is way beyond any influence I might have on her - and I say again, she would _like_ those cards :op

    Posted 6 hours, 25 minutes after the fact
    Inspired by: ↑ Colin D. Devroe
    Inspired: ↓ Colin D. Devroe, ↓ Steven
  9. Colin D. Devroe:

    Perhaps she has passed down some of her 'goodness' to you?!

    Posted 9 hours, 35 minutes after the fact
    Inspired by: ↑ Dunstan
  10. Steven:

    I must say that is very scarry that your grandmother would actually enjoy such things or say such things. Not to be nosey or anything, but how old is she? Is she younger than the average grandmother, because that might be it.

    Posted 1 day, 13 hours after the fact
    Inspired by: ↑ Dunstan
    Inspired: ↓ Dunstan
  11. Dunstan:

    She's 83, Steven. She's not mad or anything, she's just full of fun and mischief. Lots of mischief :o)

    Posted 1 day, 17 hours after the fact
    Inspired by: ↑ Steven
  12. Steven:

    That is good to hear, my grandmother is about the same age but she is kind of old fashion and doesn't talk like that.

    Posted 1 day, 20 hours after the fact
  13. Jeremy Cherfas:

    My Welsh friend's Welsh Grandma's other Grandaughter got a new car. "You should see Siobhan's new Vulva," Grandma told all who would listen.

    Posted 3 days, 14 hours after the fact
    Inspired: ↓ Dunstan
  14. Dunstan:

    That made us all laugh here :oD

    Posted 3 days, 18 hours after the fact
    Inspired by: ↑ Jeremy Cherfas
  15. Phillip Harrington:

    Life is better with the butterfly.

    Posted 6 days, 1 hour after the fact
  16. Gera:

    funny grandma you have there :) my granny loves to shock me too. by being "down with it". she tells me i should listen to eminem more. and the things she says? makes me feel like im the outdated conservative one. she's a scream.

    Posted 1 week, 3 days after the fact

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