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    Here's a funny one from Dan!

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    You know, that picture just got me to thinking about one of my grandmothers who just passed away last month. About 6 years ago she t-boned another car here in Bangor. No one was hurt, but both cars sustained a fair amount of damage. She was talking with us a few days later and claimed that that was the first accident she had had in her entire life. I could not help but speak up and mention a story I had heard through my childhood in which as at a young age she had failed to stop at an intersection and drove her car under a semi-trailer, tearing the roof off the car. She promptly replied "That doesn't count, I was drinking at the time!"

    Long live Nana's memory!

    Might be a good thread for funny grandparent stories. Then again, I am one now, maybe that's not a good idea!
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    Got a big chuckle out of this one. Got to print it out and show the wife. Thanks for posting it.
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    That's a good one. I guess the lesson here is never ask someone what they think of you when they are under oath!

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    [] Too funny! I had to steal it and post it on facebook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    You know, that picture just got me to thinking about one of my grandmothers who just passed away last month. About 6 years ago she t-boned another car here in Bangor. No one was hurt, but both cars sustained a fair amount of damage. She was talking with us a few days later and claimed that that was the first accident she had had in her entire life. I could not help but speak up and mention a story I had heard through my childhood in which as at a young age she had failed to stop at an intersection and drove her car under a semi-trailer, tearing the roof off the car. She promptly replied "That doesn't count, I was drinking at the time!"

    Long live Nana's memory!

    Might be a good thread for funny grandparent stories. Then again, I am one now, maybe that's not a good idea!
    Whoa . . . very strange. My grandmother died last month too . . . and she was a Nana.

    We're not related are we Dave? I mean maybe your Nana and my Nana are the same Nana.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake View Post
    Whoa . . . very strange. My grandmother died last month too . . . and she was a Nana.

    We're not related are we Dave? I mean maybe your Nana and my Nana are the same Nana.
    Wow, maybe! Was she old, have graying hair, and forgetful? Oh wait, I may be describing Mainiac there...
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    .....ooohhhhhhh....did she have any curmudgeon genes in her??????

    Sorry Nana, no disrespect intended.
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    I can't stop laughing-That is so COOL.Thanks..

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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    Wow, maybe! Was she old, have graying hair, and forgetful? Oh wait, I may be describing Mainiac there...
    Hmmm . . . I was with you up until you said forgetful . . . she was still pretty sharp . . . I think you might have been thinking of Brad.
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