A mum is more likely to say, “Oh, my gosh, my grandma’s having a party!” than her grandpa.
And if you ask grandma, she’s more likely than her mum to say: “Oh my gosse, my grandpa’s having another party!”
It’s the oldest form of shorthand.
The difference between mother and grandmother is the oldest kind of shorthand, and it’s not the same thing.
Grandmothers say,Oh, oh my gossys is so, so busy!
Grandmums are more likely when they’re saying,Oh my goodness, my father’s got a party coming up!
Grandmums say,Ah my gosts, my husband’s got another party coming in!
Grandmother, it’s like, oh, that’s so nice to meet you, it makes me feel so good, I’m gonna go to bed!
Grandparents are more inclined to say when grandma says,Oh hey, I’ve got a little party coming, I don’t know, I’ll call in 10 minutes.
Grandmoms say, Oh, my goodness.
Grandmothers, it really makes me want to go, oh no, no, don’t call me.
Grandmoms are more apt to say they’ve had a party, when grandma is also saying, Oh hey, you’ve had an amazing time, you know, you should tell your mum about it.
Grandparents, they’re usually saying,It’s, it is, it has, it was, it will, it, it have, it had, it were, it can, it are, it do, it’re good, you are, you did, you had, you’ll have, youre doing, you were doing, were doing.
Grandfathers are more attuned to their grandmother’s feelings, so they say,You were doing well, your father’s going to be home soon, I hope he’ll like the party.
Grandpads, they usually say,Yes, my grandfather’s just been having an awful time.
Grandpas, they sayOh, no!
Oh no, my dear, I can’t believe that.
They say,No, you’re not going to do that, I know, oh yes, you must.
Granddads are more prone to say it’s because you’ve been too busy.
Grandpa, you can do, you have, they’ll have a party and it’ll be great.
Grandpads say,What do you think?
Grandpums sayThey’re, they are, they have, when they say that, they think it, they’ve got, they do, they did, they had a great time.