By Aggressive - Ireland - Dublin
Today, my husband and I threw a party with non-alcoholic wine. No one acted wasted, until in the last hour my grandmother started slurring her words and slumping. We thought she was joking, until a doctor at the party confirmed she was having a stroke. FML
Aggressive tells us more :
Hello everyone. She's doing very well now! The doctors at the hospital told us it was only a minor stroke luckily. We were extremely lucky to have a doctor at the house indeed. And sorry to hear about your loss #70.:(
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  AestheticGuy  |  21

@58 if you actually find the idea of this uptight conservative kiddy party appealing in any manner, I'm glad I don't know you. Seriously brother, not having alcohol at a party, ok thats not too bad, if you just want a certain atmosphere. Having 'non-alcoholic' wine? That sounds like something a 12 year old would do. I bet they had apple juice and pretended it was scotch. Just sounds like a pointless and pathetic event that only people who were very low on the social scale would attend, no offense.

By  Damian95  |  16

Dang...Grandmas can get crazy.

  Soloman212  |  28

I looked up the word "crazy" in a dictionary, and, oddly enough, the definition wasn't "out of routine." I think abnormal is closer to what you're looking for.

By  BigJoeZD  |  16

Jeez I'm so sorry! Don't worry OP it wasn't your fault, you couldn't have known that your Grandmother was actually having a stroke, just be thankful you had a Doctor present who could tell before It may have been too late!

I hope your Grandmother is doing well in hospital

  SMHsohard  |  22

Here in the States we're inundated with stroke symptom PSAs, most people have at least a passing knowledge of what to look for. Maybe other countries don't do the same, which is a shame, as quick action can sometimes lessen the residual effects of a stroke.

By  Ilmoran  |  20

So, somewhat off topic, but anyone else notice the OP appears to be male but has a husband? I'm curious if that was a mistake registering the account or its actually accurate.