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Today, my mother took me to go and see my grandfather, who I hadn't seen since I was 4. The first thing he said to me was, "Pfwoarr, look at those tits." FML

By Anonymous - / Thursday 13 March 2014 09:34 / Australia
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I hope it's not hereditary...

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  Lebeaugars95  |  19

lmao honestly, wdf is pfwoar

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well maybe he did not know yet you were his grandaughter, if he did that's quite disturbing i hope he apologized someway.

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  Clay_Pidgeon  |  11

Dumbass! See I can yell out one word derogatory remarks too.

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  syki  |  22

@22 If you don't think that verbal harassment is sexual harassment, I see a lot of lawsuits in your future. That said, we can't really know how Grandpa meant it. Hopefully it was just a "look how big you've gotten!" ran through a somewhat tasteless filter.

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  DanielleinDC  |  28

No, 22, true, he's not as bad as Samantha Baker's grandma in the film "Sixteen Candles", but I would be more than a little upset if I went to see a relative I hadn't seen in years, and his first remark was about my body! Evidently "Wow, look at who's all grown up" ran through a Bad Grandpa filter and came out as a remark about OP's boobs.

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  blazingshot147  |  19

Well #30 while you say that it can cause a lawsuit, I personally don't believe that would be a rational reaction. If the person said said something like that to my girlfriend, she'd take it as a complement, and not as anything derogatory or offensive. I on the other hand, would put him on my watch list, and my girlfriend would say why it sucks to have big boobs. So in all honesty, it would only be a problem if the person used it to tease, and the person had been warned or talked to by the boss, women, etc.

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  meli1195  |  31

#32, you are very annoying, can you please stop? And plus #2 never called OPs grandpa a psycho or incestuous, just a perve for having commented on OPs breasts right away. Stop overreacting.

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  syki  |  22

@32 You're right, what was I thinking? You're clearly a calm, respectful person that never so much as puts their foot in their mouth. And it's a good thing that molesters are always known as molesters. For that matter, it's a good thing that there's no way that OP's mom could very well think the same way you do, words don't hurt, but maybe there's a reason OP hasn't seen her grandfather ONCE between the ages of four and the tail-end of puberty. @42 I read that as 'enema.' I now fear that the Japanese pantheon will come after me.

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  syki  |  22

@49 That's annoying to creepy in real life, assuming it stops at words. Unfortunately, it's something women have to live with. However, in the office, that's sexual harassment and easily a citation, at the very least.

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  gracehi  |  31

Emma, how in hell can you not see why it's so inappropriate for a grandfather to say that to his granddaughter? *Glances at profile* Oh, I see. You're a Frenchman. That explains EVERYTHING.

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  fsomelife  |  26

Very commonly seen in field studies of peoples throughout the continent. It's often followed by a ritual dance consisting of sprinkling coal over one's head whilst juggling a disassembled sixpack.

By  amzing_a16  |  10

Pfwooar? Never heard of that term. I think I've been living under a rock for too long...

By  Jellybellybeanz  |  22

That sounds so awkward.....sucks OP :/

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  doodlecloud  |  26

I dunno about getting away with it. If I were OP I would've turned straight around and walked out. No need to stay with someone who has no respect for you, especially if you haven't seen them in ages anyway.

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  Rallred32  |  20

#68, since you're so easily offended, let's say grandpa here has Tourette's syndrome. How would you feel if someone dissed you i"because of your disability? Also, I would take that as a complement, not disrespect!

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  doodlecloud  |  26

What are you on about? There is a massive difference between someone having a legitimate disability and someone thinking that it's fine to be rude as long as you're old. And I don't think it's too much to ask to not want to be crudely objectified and leered at, and by a member of your own family no less.

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  Yeshua_fml  |  18

Look on the brightside, at least his vision is still good.

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  warsun  |  27

But....... He replied the same thing to his comment? Wouldn't it be a normal comment rather than a reply? I don't get it D: Edit: He, she I don't see it so I'll just go with he

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