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Eeuugghh moment of my day

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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
I was in an old ladies house today, discussing this and that, and she says to me

"Well I came down one morning and found my husband dead, right where your sat now"

I couldn't tell you what my face looked like, but, had no idea what to say to that one.

Just thought I would share.
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Great old story, from a social worker back in Mancs-
She turned up to an old lady's house, the old lady complained about the 'meals on wheels' and produced a pea, saying 'try it- it's like a marble'. Pal bit on it, cracked her tooth, only to be told 'and that's been through me once already'. Yes, she was eating a pooed out vegetable!
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billyX
Great old story, from a social worker back in Mancs-
She turned up to an old lady's house, the old lady complained about the 'meals on wheels' and produced a pea, saying 'try it- it's like a marble'. Pal bit on it, cracked her tooth, only to be told 'and that's been through me once already'. Yes, she was eating a pooed out vegetable!




uggghhhhhhhhh..........that's vile!!! :w00t:
#3
billyX
Great old story, from a social worker back in Mancs-
She turned up to an old lady's house, the old lady complained about the 'meals on wheels' and produced a pea, saying 'try it- it's like a marble'. Pal bit on it, cracked her tooth, only to be told 'and that's been through me once already'. Yes, she was eating a pooed out vegetable!


I remember my mum having a fit because my dad had made curry, but used the spoon she used to scrape out my brothers nappies....I am fairly confident he washed it first!
#4
I'm quite looking forwards to being an old lady after reading these and seeing the U-tube a couple of threads ^^^^. Seems you can do and say pretty much anything you like and the worst that happens is a worried expression on the victims face.:-D
These are awful experiences though - trouble is, I keep thinking of totally inappropriate punch-lines.;-)
#5
Agent_Silver
I remember my mum having a fit because my dad had made curry, but used the spoon she used to scrape out my brothers nappies....I am fairly confident he washed it first!


only FAIRLY confident!!! :whistling:
#6
suze
only FAIRLY confident!!! :whistling:


yup...it was curry, how could you tell? colour, consistency...??;-)
#7
Aww i love old people
I remember my mum coming in from bingo one night telling my dad how this old lady who played every night without fail had walked in announced her husband had just died
got her books and played til the end, she had left him at home :?
when advised that she should perhaps call someone, she replied "well it's not as if he is going anywhere is it"
#8
billyX
Great old story, from a social worker back in Mancs-
She turned up to an old lady's house, the old lady complained about the 'meals on wheels' and produced a pea, saying 'try it- it's like a marble'. Pal bit on it, cracked her tooth, only to be told 'and that's been through me once already'. Yes, she was eating a pooed out vegetable!


OMFG, that just made my day, cheers mate! :thumbsup:

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