Funniest comment I heard this holiday

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  1. Notaguru2

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    I took my significant other down to meet my parents and extended family this past weekend and it was a lot of fun. My grandmother, who is all of 82, was delighted in meeting my new girl. She remarked that my girl was young - yes, she is about 10 years younger than I. My grandmother went on to say in a whisper, "It's good that you've got you a younger one; she'll be easier to train."

    Of course, I giggled, not really knowing wtf she was talking about. :) I'd appreciate it if anyone who understands that generation could enlighten me as to what Nana meant by that.
     
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    well i think you nan is just that kinky and is talking about some good S&M training.....
     
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    Grandma must have been a geisha.
     
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    .....or maybe she meant for the rest of the family to take turns on her. Got to be young and strong to pull a train!
     
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    that you can mold the younger woman to your likes
     
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    I don't think it was sex-related. It sounds a lot more like describing the relationship my parents had...before they broke up. My dad was a domineering SOB.
     
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    more women then you would believe seem to desire that
     
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    Haha. No I actually do wish she meant the kinky definition of "train". But my grandparents were quite old fashioned so I don't know if he's got modern, open-minded grandparents.
     
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    almost 100% she meant "train into a good houswife", if shes over 70, thats just the way the world used to work
     
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    Yes, that's what I meant it sounded like to me.:smile:
     
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    Maybe you get your endowment from your Gramps? and she knows you need a woman who can take it? LOL.
     
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    maybe girlfriend looks like a German Shepard puppy.
     
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