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By fuckthat - / Wednesday 18 February 2009 05:08 / United States
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By  lala_85  |  6

i agree with #8. if i were to call someone's home, and ask for two different people, and all i'm told is "no" i will assume that its the wrong number. only if you said "no grandma, mom isn't. no grandma, she isn't here either," then u can say your grandma forgot you even existed, or maybe just didn't want to talk to you.

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By  Expat47  |  5

Sound's like Grandma is getting on in years and is experiencing a few Senior Moments. Bear with her, the one you know and love is in there somewhere. Oh... BTW, your turn will come all too soon too.

By  AliSama  |  33

The Alzheimer thing may be right, also she may have been busy. They have found a connection between Alzheimer and diabetes and are working on ways to deal with it better http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/09/070926113835.htm

By  lala_85  |  6

i agree with #8. if i were to call someone's home, and ask for two different people, and all i'm told is "no" i will assume that its the wrong number. only if you said "no grandma, mom isn't. no grandma, she isn't here either," then u can say your grandma forgot you even existed, or maybe just didn't want to talk to you.

By  sallem5  |  5

I agree with #20 if you told her who you were. If you didn't say your name, then could have thought that she actually dialed a wrong number. Grandparents are a bit loopy like that

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