Bless her heart.
She was just a naturally grandiose woman who…was not so excessive and extra that she was annoying; she just had the kind of personality that felt the need to “layer” everything she’d talk about that was either redeeming on grand scale or something she felt zeal and joyous about.
Like pulling up to a drive through and buying a burger and asking for “extra, extra, extra,” mayonnaise.
Well, on a burger, it’s only so much “extra’ you can get (unless you’re going to get mayonnaise on your burger a burger with your “extra, extra, extra,” mayonnaise, right?).
Like for instance, when her son had graduated high school, she stood in front of us while we sat on her couch and listened to her give this gave this great, grandiose spiel about the ceremony.
Well, when she got to the part where she skimmed past the “…dictorian’s” list, she came up with her own—for her son. She claimed during the ceremony, the principal then yelled: “…AND THE MOST ‘POPULAREST’ GUY IN THE CLASS OF [such and such]!!!”
My mouth almost dropped…I was so embarrassed for her but my knowing this lady already and her ‘grand’ style, I just let her finish. And I mean, it was all kinds of all over the place but myself and others in her audience just let her perform.
That kind of reminds me of this Nobel Peace Prize nomination that (alongside Pope Francis and an Isis rape survivor advocate) reportedly, Donald Trump is the recipient for— “vigorous peace through strength ideology.”
Okay…whatever that means, in order to be nominated (and win), the “Nobel Prize” (less the “peace” as omitted by the site itself and what Donald Trump certainly didn’t keep during his slanderous, vicious run for the presidency), the nominee has criteria they would have had to have met.
As per NoblePrize.org, prize laureates in the field of
- economic science
[quote] shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses [end quote]…as per Wikipedia.
Although (in order to find) Nobelprize.org’s definition of [their own] prize, you’d be clicking all over the place; I don’t know who came up with