By purplefuzz - 19/02/2016 23:34 - United States - Savannah

Today, my grandma posted an embarrassing childhood photo on my school's events page. I told her everyone could see it, and asked if she could take it down. She freaked and commented on it, apologizing for posting it. Now I feel guilty for embarrassing her, and it's still on the page. FML
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At least you have a nice grandmother. Clearly she didn't mean any harm. Sorry that it's still up though OP

Maybe just try teaching her how to remove it OP. I'm sure she won't feel as bad as she would if she can't figure it out at all. Good luck!

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poor grammy.

At least you have a nice grandmother. Clearly she didn't mean any harm. Sorry that it's still up though OP

I personally think OP should just embrace it and just roll with it. We all have embarrassing childhood photos, really, and no one should be judged for something they did as a child. (I say this because she doesn't seem to want to take it down.)

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Show it anyway

Why would he do that? The grandmother clearly felt bad and didn't mean any harm.

Right, because nothing says, "I got what I wanted" like nuking your relationship with a nice old woman.

Maybe just try teaching her how to remove it OP. I'm sure she won't feel as bad as she would if she can't figure it out at all. Good luck!

Delete it yourself

why don't you just get over it. it's not like you're the first person to have an embarrassing pic on the Internet. think of the people who's pics go viral. you could have it muuuch worse, so suck it up buttercup!

She didnt mean to embarrass you, so id just let it go. And really, most people saw it anyways. :/

Maybe find the humor in it

What is the web address?

www.facebook.com

At least you have a grandmother...