>The other day I went on a quick Target run at lunch. While waiting in the checkout line, I overheard a guy say, “Yeah I have 6 grandkids and I’m only 37 years old.” The dude had a grandkid in tow and it was probably about 3 to 4 years old. He did look like he was in his late 30s or early 40s. I was trying to do the math in my head to figure out the age of the remaining grandchildren and their respective parents, but I can’t do white trash algebra.
From the look of this guy, I highly doubt he was married to a cougar and the grandchildren were genetically only hers. It’s possible, but not probable.
>My aunt was a grandparent at 35. She was 17 when she had my cousin and he was 18 when he had his kid. Shave a year off each of their ages at the start and I could see how someone could have 6 trashy grandkids at 37.
>is a Walmart calculator capable of doing white trash math?
>Know another thing that weirds me out? How some kids in my hometown had aunts and uncles YOUNGER than them. Strange.