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Gran (Accidentally) Savages Grandson With Brutal Birthday Card

Gran (Accidentally) Savages Grandson With Brutal Birthday Card

Old people sure can be savage when they want to.

When I last saw my gran, the first thing she said to me was to straight up call me out for getting fat. Her exact words were: "You've put on a bit of weight haven't you, James?"

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Yeah, see what she really meant there was: "You've got chubby haven't you? You've gained a bit of weight? You've eaten all the pies haven't you, Dawson? Oi, you heard me, hit the treadmill you fat fucking bastard."

She didn't say that, of course, but we both knew exactly what she meant.

Anyway, this all brings me on to Henry Fraser, who recently got this birthday card from his gran...

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His gran clearly thought she was sending a card that spelled out her grandson's best qualities - "terrific, wonderful, awesome, tremendous."

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However, when you put the initial letters of those words together they spell out one four-lettered work: TWAT.

Henry, a disabled mouth artist, posted the picture on Twitter. He wrote: "Got this birthday card from my grandma. The sentiment is beautiful, but she didn't realise what the card was trying to say!"

He also appeared to refute the idea she can intentionally sent him the card, adding: "It made my day! I wouldn't have the heart to tell her."

You never know mate, like I said before, these elderly people don't mince their words.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter & Instagram

Topics: Savage

James Dawson

James Dawson is a Journalist at LADbible. He has contributed articles to LADbible’s ‘Knowing Me, Knowing EU’ series on the EU referendum, the 'Electoral Dysfunction' series on the 2017 general election, the ‘U OK M8?’ series tackling mental health amongst young men, and for its ‘Climate Change’ initiative in partnership with National Geographic.