Gangsta Grandma

My Grandmas made things like sugar cookies which I stole under their knowing eyes. One of my earliest memories is wondering how all those great cookies got busted up in my pocket.

h/t JBR

  • Apples and oranges. Your grandmother was human,.

    • Well she never pulled a knife on us.

      • luna

        Did your Grandma carry a switchblade in her purse?

        • Mal

          There is much rugged good sense there, Luna. So far as I’m aware, neither one of my Nanas offered a blade to visit misfortune on any of their grandchildren.

  • luna

    Post traumatic slave syndrome?

    https://youtu.be/WsNebK6UMlA

    • Mal

      Ahh, the fine old “knife-wielding-dancing-bridesmaid-with-accompanying-ululation-and-pyjama-wearing-MC” weddings that I’ve heard so many good things about. We totally should have more of those enriching us here in culturally impoverished Canada!

    • What? No AK-47’s?

  • simus1

    “You f— with me Jack, ain’t nobody gon’ be callin’ you Rooster no mo.”
    “You got all that?”

    would also make the point very clear to the brat.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Are you actually INTO refining verbal child abuse?

      • simus1

        It’s like the story of the mule and the 2×4.

        Anyway, he’ll be boasting to all his school friends that his gran is “packin” and she is the coolest.

  • Justin St.Denis

    African-American women are at the very epicentre of the destruction of America’s black community. It’s hard being raised by a screaming, violent, often promiscuous bitch, yet that is the lot of the majority of African-American children today. Visit rj sotomayor’ sister or watch his YouTube videos. Funny and tragic.

    • simus1

      Speaking from experience, high testosterone levels can be blamed for lots of these ruined and chaotic lives. The best antidote is lots of hard physical work which is not in very good supply these days.

  • Chatillon

    Uh, ‘scuze me. Black lives matter.