I wanna say something f#cked up but if his grandma really did die then I run the chance of being possessed and thrown out of my dorm window.
@SparkySparky BoomMan, do it nerd, you won't.
@SparkySparky BoomMan, no harm done.
@SparkySparky BoomMan, win/win in my opinion; I'd do it.
My mum and dad both thought it meant lots of love for ages, they would text me to say "good morning have a good day lol" I thought they were being sarcastic!
Actually it would be lol if he forgot he had already used the excuse of Nan dying to get out of work, like two years ago
@Mistyblue Ghost, that's why we get two grandmothers.
@Mistyblue Ghost, i used to waitress at this restaurant where we'd get a new manager every few months. Our cook would use the dead grandma excuse to take off 3 days with every new manager. By my count, he had lost like 6 or 7 grandma's in the time span i was there. None of us said a word. We thought it was hilarious.
@bootyquake, LOL I have had several employees do the same thing, either someone died for the third time in two years or there was a dire hospital emergency, it was always life or death instead of just coming out and saying they just wanted to take a day off to be lazy
Taking a sickie via text, classic
@The Aussie, well he tried to call
You're* in a meeting
my mum actually did send a text like that to my brother in law after his mum died and she felt awful cause she really thought it meant lots of love
@Kim Jongin, I can only imagine.
"Awww I'm so sorry to hear that, lol"