Gangsta GrannyeBook - 2011
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Granny approached Mr. Parker, who was standing hatless in her drive. "If you ever need to borrow a packet of sugar..." she said kindly. "Yes..." said Mr. Parker. "Don't knock on my door or I will shove that bag of sugar up your backside," said Granny with a sweet smile.
Like a spider scuttling around a bathroom trying not to be seen, Granny steered her scooter close to the walls. Ben followed on foot as quietly as possible. It wasn't too difficult to keep up, as the top speed of the mobility scooter was four miles per hour.
All that could be heard in the bungalow was the ticking of the carriage clock on the mantelpiece, the clinking of metal spoons against porcelain bowls, and the occasional high-pitched whistle of Granny's faulty hearing aid. It was a device whose purpose seemed to be not so much to aid Granny's deafness, but to cause deafness in others.
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