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Posted: August 12th, 2019, 6:06pm Report to Moderator
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Born to be Wild by Christine Locker and Lee Ann Riddle - Short, Comedy - Grandma gets what Grandma wants. 7 pages - pdf format

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Funny. I loved the "tie my shoe" moment.

One question though. If a handicapped, elderly woman is missing from the house, why the members of the house behaving like "no big deal". They should be panicked and crying unless they don't care about the grandma, which is obviously not the case.

It would be more hilarious if someone on the road has captured Grandma's havoc on the mobile phone and TV News is playing that footage and worrying about who the elder woman is and now where is she? MOM and 2 girls watching that news in disbelief and suddenly knock on the door.
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A funny read. Well paced  and enough to keep me interested in where this was going.

I'm not sure how the bar room scene escalated to the point of a near attempted murder of a disable octogenarian? That was a bit of a stretch for me. And knocking ALL the balls into pockets with a sideways swipe of a pool cue? That would take some doing (and some filming) and again, to me, not believable

But overall I enjoyed the read. Cheers.


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