todays grannies

Started by FLOUNCER3, February 06, 2022, 07:20:30 PM

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FLOUNCER3


Alex


GrannyMac

Its not how old you are, but how you are old. 💖

Michael Rolls

Thank you for the days, the days you gave me
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zoony

An' that goes for granddads too! :yahoo:

Michael Rolls

Does that mean that I can regard myself as cool?
Mike
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Sheila

Quote from: zoony on February 06, 2022, 11:09:58 PM
An' that goes for granddads too! :yahoo:


Can you share a photo of you in a mini skirt please zoony?


Michael Rolls

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FLOUNCER3

ive got one in my kilt, [alcohol involved]


now MY granny was special, she was a suffragette then they emigrated to Chicago in the roaring twenties and was a flapper, i remember her doing the 'Charleston' [alcohol involved]...
the police warned her about smoking a cigarette in public...lol... she got 'escorted' out of a pub for daring to go up to the bar to buy a drink... one amazing lady...

Alex

Quote from: FLOUNCER3 on February 07, 2022, 09:35:04 AM
ive got one in my kilt, [alcohol involved]


I've got one in the miniest of minis, in fact I think it was a long blouse  :grin:

klondike

We used to call those belts...  :grin:

It's good to moan.

Jacqueline

Being a shortie, I did used to wear long tops as dresses.  I had a trouser suit with a shirt top that came just long enough to get away with.  We were not allowed to wear trousers at work (the women that is before somebody asks) so I would go to work in the suit and take the trousers off during the day and wear the top with my boots.   I loved that suit it was red, my boots were red leather with a buckle on the side, I thought I was the bees knees :yahoo:

FLOUNCER3, your granny sounds an amazing lady, have a picture of her in my head, like the old black and white movies dancing the Charleston in the speakeasy's it must have been during prohibition?  Nosy me, how did she get from Chicago back to the UK?

Scrumpy




FLOUNCER3... Your granny sounds wonderful.. The young of today would love her.. I know my grandchildren would..
Don't ask me.. I know nuffink..

FLOUNCER3

Quote from: Jacqueline on February 07, 2022, 01:42:27 PM
Being a shortie, I did used to wear long tops as dresses.  I had a trouser suit with a shirt top that came just long enough to get away with.  We were not allowed to wear trousers at work (the women that is before somebody asks) so I would go to work in the suit and take the trousers off during the day and wear the top with my boots.   I loved that suit it was red, my boots were red leather with a buckle on the side, I thought I was the bees knees :yahoo:

FLOUNCER3, your granny sounds an amazing lady, have a picture of her in my head, like the old black and white movies dancing the Charleston in the speakeasy's it must have been during prohibition?  Nosy me, how did she get from Chicago back to the UK?
the depression Jacq, they were on their heels, so her mom sent her boat fare for her and her three daughters, but not hubby, he never did come back, he used to send me four dollars for my birthday £1.oo, loadsamoney, yes she was special, plus she was a chef,...lol... she came out of the pits to go into service with the Duke of Hamilton, yes not a misprint, she worked down the pit as a child, opening airdoors for the ponies.... do you reckon theres a book in there somewhere?


Michael Rolls

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