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Ok, why don't you have your grandmother try to choke you in your sleep. Tell me how that goes for you, if you survive.

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All it would take to make sure they weren't just hallucinating or dreaming is to pull the gummi bears out of their mouth. Ta-da.

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17- my father also thinks its hilarious to shove food in my mouth. Usually fruit, though, like pears and strawberries. Perhaps it's some sort of generational thing.

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When I was 10 I had a sleepover birthday party. We thought it would be funny to shove cheezies down the first person who fell asleep's throat. We got in a LOT of trouble. He didn't choke thank god. But 1, this isn't really a sense of humour thing. It's extremely dangerous. I didn't understand that when I was 10 but obviously OP's grandma is an adult. Not awesome.

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#28, no one, really. Since both of my grandmas have passed away, I just decided to ASS-U-ME that the OP's are, too. Once you hang around here awhile, you'll realize that I like to make shit up. ;)

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#30, according to Descartes, "Commento, ergo sum" (I comment, therefore, I am). So, I'm good ;)

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The real question is, if I don't choose to "show comment anyway," does #1's comment still stink? Schoenberg ftw!

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#55 Well, Schrödinger was the first to prove, experimentally, the problems with the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics. It's quite interesting stuff. Like, blow-your-mind-scientifically-induced-coma type stuff. :)

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Grandma FML's are on the rise. Not sure if I should be amused, or keep a close eye on my own grandma! Maybe both...

So, she sounds a bit homicidal, and that probably isn't the most efficient way to kill someone without being noticed. Plus she denies everything while laughing. I'd say this needs to be looked into. Quick. And dealt with. Seriously.

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Technically he never said she was laughing while denying really could be some fever hallucination stuff going on here

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I ruled out hallucination, because to write this FML it would be some time later and they would have had time to determine whether the incident really happened or not, and since it is on FML I assumed that they had concluded that Grandma was stuffing gummy bears down her throat for real.

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Meh maybe grandma has dementia but I was thinking it was on FML because nobody believed her and she was unable to prove it... That's why I was leaning towards hallucination lol.

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6- Why do people on here always think that when a crazy, demented grandma/pa does something insane like this that they're awesome?

By  dmoz

Well, tell your parents and start locking your door. If it doesn't have a lock, put one on.

Feed a cold, starve a fever. It doesn't say anything about sleeping away a fever! Unless I missed that day of medical school...

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These daggummed lazy whippersnappers, always looking for a reason to hide from work. "Sleep away a fever" Humbug. /rant

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It doesn't hurt to sleep when you're sick. It rests your body to help you get better! Just kidding, I'm a young whippersnapper trying to get out of work.

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Ive never recomended this to a patient, but I always go for a run with fever. I either sweat out all the bad shit or ended up sick as shit. Usually the run works, but boy it sucks running 5 miles feeling like ass.

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My head usually pounds when I have a fever. Running with a pounding head is like running with scissors. All fun and games until you slip into a coma...

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