What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stranger.
If Johnny's going to have an audience he should put rhinestones on his wheelchair spokes and teach Lance to dance around in a tutu. At least give them a show, Johnny.
Man, the way Granny's holding back that zombie looking hungry kid (hey, kids are ALWAYS hungry, yes?) creeps me out, just a bit... hope Lance is a trained attack dog!Where's the helper monkey when you need him, anyway! Little freak coud claw their eyes out, or something... Man, I seem to be in a rough mood this morning - must need more 'coffee'...
@Angry Hoosier Dad- I think the safest thing is to keep them entertained. When they get bored, they make up their own fun. Gulp.@Pete(Detroit)- I think Lance and the helper monkey provide a good line of defense. And by the way, doesn't Dad look like Randy Quaid from the National Lampoon Vacation movies?
I think the daughter like tying things up.
Wow, that is almost scary literally. My mom is in an assisted living facility and had somne "people" visiting her who promised her they would take her out for dinner and good times if she signed a paper. I thought it was just her imagination cause she has dementia but the facility staff told me she indeed had visitors who were not family - an ambuletter driver and others unknown with him, who seemed too friendly with her. AFTER MY INQUIRY, THEY NEVER AGAIN RETURNED.
Glenn B- Thanks for sharing the story - it's frightening and maddening at the same time. It's very hard for me to imagine any lower form of scum than someone who attempts to defraud the elderly. I'd happily add that to the list of capital crimes.
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