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Great-Grandma’s Dirty Jokes September 17, 2018

Posted by nrhatch in Humor, Joke.
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Since I didn’t get around to sharing a Silly Saturday joke post this week, I’m going to share three fabulous dirty jokes from TG’s Great Grandma today.

Have a Marvelous Monday!

Chasing Unicorns

My Great-Grandma Florence Jackson. “Flojack.”

I was fortunate and cursed enough to be around several of my great-grandparents while I was growing up. That’s because my family is blessed and cursed with longevity in our genes. We tend to live a long time, but when we finally expire we die of long, lingering chronic illnesses.

My great-grandma was born in 1889. She drove a crankstart Model T when she was young. It gave her a great scare when it chased her around the yard one day, after she crank-started it while it was in gear.

She made it through two great world wars, struggled through the Great Depression, and survived the Great San Francisco earthquake of 1906. So by the time I met her, she had quite a few great tales to tell.

She’d come visit us about once a year, when I was a kid, and stay several weeks…

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1. Jill Weatherholt - September 17, 2018

Too funny, Nancy! Thanks for sharing! I wonder if my mamaw, a Methodist minister’s wife, had any dirty jokes hidden away…😉

nrhatch - September 17, 2018

Glad you enjoyed. I got a kick out of them. Ooh, if only you’d thought to ask Mamaw about her cache of jokes! 😀

2. rivergirl1211 - September 17, 2018

Ha! I always get a kick out sweet little old ladies telling off color jokes. You know they enjoy the shocked audience faces…

nrhatch - September 18, 2018

Exactly! Although my grandmothers and great aunts would NEVER have shared dirty jokes with me. In fact, they may never had heard one.

3. Debra - September 18, 2018

This was a hoot! Thank you for sharing it. 🙂

nrhatch - September 18, 2018

Glad you enjoyed, Debra. It’s about time I end my summer blogging “hiatus” and write some “real” posts again . . . but sharing abbreviated posts and re-blogs has been a fun way to spend the lazy hazy days of summer.


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