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My life is beyond crazy. Yesterday, when I got to my daughter's house at 10:45 am, awaiting the school bus and arrival of my grandson from Pre-kindergarten at 11:30, I checked the fridge to see what was there to make my grandson's lunch. Usually I make a sandwich at my house and bring it, but I was in a rush.
When my grandson got home, I told him we'd be going to the grocery, and we'd pick out what he'd have for lunch and we'd decide what to make for supper and buy the ingredients.
Actually, my intent was to stop at McDonalds and let him pick his kid's meal, which we did do.
Afterward, we went to the grocery. Liam and I are in the produce section, when a woman I'd guess to be in her mid 50s, comes along pushing her grocery cart. She's attractive, probably about 5' 10" quite voluptuous, but not hefty. It's 95 F. outside and the woman is wearing tennis shorts and what appears to be the cross between a fancy tennis halter top and a bra.
As she's leaning over picking through the avocados, the catch-hooks on the back of her fancy halter bra must have bent, because it opened up and her boobs dove out of the contraption. My grandson uttered quite loudly (he's not quite 5) "Look grandpa, that lady's titties fell down!"
I immediately rushed over asking if she needed help. Surprisingly calm, as she tucked her "girls" back into their appropriate containers, she said that in order to put on her tennis bra, she had to fasten the hooks before she pulled it on over her head.
I asked if I could just hook it for her, while she stood there.
Her reply, "Please, would you?" I had to re-bend the hooks, which really didn't take much effort, then hook them into a different row of retainers, per her instructions, which apparently didn't result in as snug a fit.
She thanked me, appeared to adjust how the top fit, and continued to examine avocados.
Later in the afternoon, my grandson was eager to tell his 6.5-year-old sister, when she arrived from kindergarten, how he and grandpa helped a lady with her "titties."
 

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That is quite possibly the funniest thing I've heard in weeks. Your grandson sounds like my kinda kid. :)
 

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"Kids say the darndest things!!" LOL FTRPLT
 

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Curious…where would a 5 year old hear that word? That’s where my attention was drawn. Yikes!
My daughter breast fed the 21-month-old during her first six months. I'm sure sometime during that period, the word "tittie" was used, maybe by me.

 

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They DO hear EVERYTHING. They don't know what most of it means, but it comes in and ricochets around their skulls and finds a home. I believe our brains are most active up to teen years, and then it changes. Like vacuums. Not to side-track the conversation, but this is why I feel that trying to teach complex things to them is counter-productive. Like economics and money and religion and argument/tension. None of that will make sense to them, but they gather it all and feel it all. FEELING tension, but having zero understanding of what it is, why it is, etc. Dangerous stuff to a child. "They need to know people argue. It's reality." "OK, but do they then also see/hear the resolution? Can they understand the argument? And then understand the resolution if they're even privy to it in the first place? If not, not, and not, what exactly is it that you're supposed to be teaching them? Life sucks?"
 

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I think you were maybe in the melons section instead of avocados.
Thankfully, not the squash section. My late wife was quite petite, and she passed in 2008, so seeing these rather large globes, live and in-person, was a nice treat. Plus the woman was very pleasant.
It's an odd conundrum/dichotomy. I have a real dislike for when older women show too much skin and try to dress in what they think is sexy fashion, but then I also think it looks silly to see any man 5'6" 210 pounds wearing spandex bike shorts. Yet, I feel as though folks should wear whatever they feel like wearing.
This woman was well covered until the fallout occurred.

If I were 10-12 years younger and a few inches taller, I'd have loved to ask her out. I just thought it was so cool that she didn't freak out when her garment came undone and was appreciative when I asked if I could help. Of course having my grandson with me probably added a safety factor for her.
 
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Thankfully, not the squash section. My late wife was quite petite, and she passed in 2008, so seeing these rather large globes, live and in-person, was a nice treat. Plus the woman was very pleasant.
It's an odd conundrum/dichotomy. I have a real dislike for when older women show too much skin and try to dress in what they think is sexy fashion, but then I also think it looks silly to see any man 5'6" 210 pounds wearing spandex bike shorts. Yet, I feel as though folks should wear whatever they feel like wearing.
This woman was well covered until the fallout occurred.

If I were 10-12 years younger and a few inches taller, I'd have loved to ask her out. I just thought it was so cool that she didn't freak out when her garment came undone and was appreciative when I asked if I could help. Of course having my grandson with me probably added a safety factor for her.
I can understand being younger but why the need to be a few inches taller? Was she taller than you?
 

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I can understand being younger but why the need to be a few inches taller? Was she taller than you?
Yes, the combination of aging and four spinal disc fusions, has caused all my pants to get too long.
 

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Why not let her make the choice? Maybe she likes you even if you are shorter. More to a man, and a relationship, than just height.
 
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