Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Night Grandma

previous post: Raising Simon



  1. HH – winning!

    Grandmas ruining the internet!

  2. Fake.

  3. She’s only yelling because her hearing isn’t what it used to be.

  4. This guy is fuckin cool.

  5. Hah! I enjoyed that.


  6. Meh, I don’t see why this post is lame. The guy’s nice to his grandma, he should be proud.

  7. ^I agree. He doesn’t really try to act like a wannabe-tough-guy. He’s just genuinely nice.

  8. Very sweet. I called my granny immediately

  9. Things like that are the reason I don’t have any family associated with Facebook. I mean, I have my older sister who I’m not technically related to, and a cousin two on my main account, but that’s it. The reason for this is that my brother an I don’t really get along, he’s an asshole who loves drama, and I swear, my parents/grandparents/aunts/uncles, have NO idea how Facebook works.

    They all think that everything you post is directed at them or somehow involves them, because it show up on their wall. So they either get upset and don’t understand why you’re being so mean, or they decide to make every little thing that’s going on their business and try to get overly involved in your life.

    I’ve had people in my family message past girlfriends, and buddies of mine and saying some fucked up bullshit because they didn’t like them or didn’t like something they posted to my wall…or even theirs, because, for some reason, they think that kind of shit is ok to do. Yes, I understand, when you post something on a public social media website, it’s public, unless set to private or you have your posts restricted to certain users, anybody can read/comment/ect, everything you say.

    Every problem anyone ever has on Facebook with their immediate family can be solved by simply blocking them, or not having them on your friends list to begin with. The only thing having your family/close relatives as friends on Facebook does is turn you into Damage Contol every time they log in and check out your wall/friends list.

    TL;DR Family and Facebook don’t mix…EVER

  10. Well said, Capn.

  11. What does “TL;DR” mean

  12. ^Tiny Leprechauns; Don’t Run

  13. Tried losing determined rapist, Tried leasing Dardars rectum. Totally lost during restructuring, turned legitimate drug runner, and last but not least, especially for you, DD…

    Totally lame; don’t repost. Don’t be daft you lanky water logged space cadet. Quit asking silly questions. You’re a big boi! You should know better…Shame on you! :p

  14. Big gurl, I’m a big gurl, Capn
    But thank you for that bullshnit
    You are appreciated

  15. Ahh, Well, I stand corrected! It’s actually pretty hard to tell what you’re packin’ down there just by reading what you wrote. An honest mistake I tell ya’ hwhat! I’m glad you’re thinking POS lately though, since there’s no need for negativity ’round these parts! You’re welcome, for the bullshit, plenty more where that came from. Carry on miss! 😀

  16. Oh, and of course, you know, off record (as off as it gets, posting here and all, and all that jazz, I kind off felt bad assuming you to be a guy and though, even though I took the high road and read, POS to mean positive, rather than piece of shit, because out of character, I’m willing to admit that ,felt kind of rude, and it hurt my feels 🙁 …lol j/k….I don’t even know what I’m saying. So, yeah, time for a shave. I guess what I’m really trying to say is good job, and, good morning lamebook my droogies!

  17. Haha oh Capn. Don’t you worry. I’m not negative. I’m just trying to get a good thumbs up.
    If it honestly did hurt your feelings then I’ll honestly tell you that I did appreciate your comment.
    It was funny and you still told me what it meant.

  18. Ahhh, well if it’s a thumbs up you wish, it’s a thumbs up you will get! Take it how you wish!

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