Today, the new guy at work - who is probably at least ten years older than I am - admired the photo on my desk of myself with my husband and teenage daughters and asked "Are those your grand-children?" I'm in my 40's. FML

by Shalamar / 12/14/2009 at 8:30pm / Canada (Manitoba) / Work

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  • You could be a grandma in your 40s but unlikely to teenagers... Maybe they just look young?

    #2 - On 12/15/2009 at 3:22am by Morokea

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  • Would people stop using "myself" to sound more business like. You are using incorrectly. Your sentence should read, "...admired the photo of ME, my husband and my teenage daughters..." Myself is a reflexive pronoun such as "I kicked the ball MYSELF."

    #8 - On 12/15/2009 at 4:13am by mahabuddha

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