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double negative
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"Poll question: Your white wife wakes up and calls you the n-word, WYD?"


  

          

I was just told of this, recently.

My pops has a distant and very old cousin.
This cousin's wife is also old. His wife is white and old. The cousin is obviously black.
They've been married since the 70s.

The sad part in this story is that his wife has dementia.
The WTF part is that for the past year she routinely calls the cops because, "there is a strange n*gger in the house, come get them"



What the hell do you even do in that situation? Thats your wife you've been married to forever and then suddenly a very ugly part comes up due to sickness.





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lol, I thought this was gonna be some dom/sub shit at first
Jul 17th 2017
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lmao
Jul 17th 2017
2
Very sad. But lol
Jul 17th 2017
3
More than likely she been calling him one for years
Jul 17th 2017
4
Exactly.
Jul 18th 2017
20
put her in a home
Jul 17th 2017
5
Right?
Jul 17th 2017
7
      Hahaha!
Jul 17th 2017
8
Put her in a home, done.
Jul 17th 2017
6
put her in a home
Jul 17th 2017
9
It is. Going through it now with my gramps
Jul 17th 2017
10
That's sad to hear about your uncle
Jul 17th 2017
11
RE: That's sad to hear about your uncle
Jul 17th 2017
12
very sorry about that situation. i've heard of situations where the
Jul 19th 2017
25
^^^ this. they be doing baby things with adult strength and mobility
Jul 19th 2017
24
put her in a home.
Jul 17th 2017
13
not act lite-skinneded
Jul 17th 2017
14
archive
Jul 18th 2017
15
give her some slave dick and put her back to sleep
Jul 18th 2017
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I can't imagine my wife not recognizing me after all those years
Jul 18th 2017
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I can't stop laughing at "there's a strange n*gger in the house"
Jul 18th 2017
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lol @ "white wife"
Jul 18th 2017
19
What sickness? She's just reverting back to her natural White self.
Jul 19th 2017
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my best friend's grandmother passed recently...
Jul 19th 2017
22
dementia and alzheimer's is a bitch. i've heard so many horror stories
Jul 19th 2017
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LOL
Jul 19th 2017
26
depends... ...what's Myrtle's Life Insurance Policy looking like...
Jul 20th 2017
27
This sounds like a lost Kay & Peele or Chapelle skit
Jul 20th 2017
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flipnile
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1. "lol, I thought this was gonna be some dom/sub shit at first"
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On that Slave Pussy (c) status. (I guess Slave Dick is more applicable here).


But this:

>The sad part in this story is that his wife has dementia.
>The WTF part is that for the past year she routinely calls the cops
>because, "there is a strange n*gger in the house, come get them"


Is comedic gold, man. Like a Chappelle skit or something. Like, even with dementia she can't be like "Hello, officer? There's a Black gentleman in my living room..."


  

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Crash Bandacoot
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Mon Jul-17-17 02:43 PM

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2. "lmao"
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welp, sooner or later....

  

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3. "Very sad. But lol"
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legsdiamond
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4. "More than likely she been calling him one for years"
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Prolly under her breath or during heated arguments

Shit sounds like a comedy skit tho... sorry

shut up already, damn

  

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20. "Exactly."
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5. "put her in a home"
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7. "Right? "
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It's cold but fuuuuck that. Can't be waking up with a white woman standing over you with a knife screaming "die nigger die"

This is like The Notebook and Driving Miss Daisy all wrapped up into one movie.

shut up already, damn

  

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Atillah Moor
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8. "Hahaha!"
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>This is like The Notebook and Driving Miss Daisy all wrapped
>up into one movie.

  

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6. "Put her in a home, done."
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9. "put her in a home"
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I recently had a cousin who was taking care of my uncle who had dementia. It started off easy enough. He would forget things. But man it went really bad really fast. Her brother had to move in to help her with him. One of them had to be up at 430 am to get ready for the day. He was up at 5am and they had to have eyes on him all the time. He would wander around the neighborhood if you left him alone for a few minutes. It happened several times when they left him alone for a few minutes. Then when he forgot how to eat or clean himself or use the restroom. It was like taking care of an infant. We all said just put him in a home. This is too much for you guys. But they thought they could give him better care than a home could. They were wrong but to this day they believe they did the right thing. Dementia is ugly.

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10. "It is. Going through it now with my gramps"
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11. "That's sad to hear about your uncle"
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Caretaking is extremely difficult emotionally and stressful and your brother and cousin really went above and beyond their normal roles to offer your uncle care.

Your family was right to feel concerned about the care your uncle would receive, the sick do enjoy at least more complete care.

My step mother suffers from Alzheimer's and my dad was her primary care person for about four years. She didn't seem to have the issues leaving the house your uncle did, but she did have at least one incident. But back to my dad, by the time he finally put her in a home, his health was in decline. His blood pressure was up, as was his cholesterol. And he was just in a perpetually unhappy mood.

It worked out for the best. The care my step mom gets is good enough and my dad isn't stressed out.

There's no shame in letting professionals step in.

  

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12. "RE: That's sad to hear about your uncle"
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>My step mother suffers from Alzheimer's and my dad was her
>primary care person for about four years. She didn't seem to
>have the issues leaving the house your uncle did, but she did
>have at least one incident. But back to my dad, by the time he
>finally put her in a home, his health was in decline. His
>blood pressure was up, as was his cholesterol. And he was just
>in a perpetually unhappy mood.


see all of this. Both of my cousin's are older. Well a lot older than me. Both mid to late 50's. The brother already has issues with diabetes. His sister has diabetes but its under control. So you know their health had to take a hit having to be on call 24 hours a day. My dad was telling them look put him in a home and just show up for a few hours everyday to make sure everything is fine. Its obviously not safe for him to be here. Your health is going to take a turn for the worse. But they didnt listen.

My wife broke her ankle 3 years ago. The 3 months she was home was the most stressed out I have ever been in my life. Between taking care of her, loading her in and out of the car because she was in a wheel chair, taking her to therapy, and my son and all his shit. I was done. I started getting migraines when she finally got back to work. I gained like 25 lbs. Finally went for my annual check up and my blood pressure was through the roof. I can only imagine what watching someone with dementia would do to me physically.

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25. "very sorry about that situation. i've heard of situations where the "
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caregiver spouse dies first due to stress (very glad that this did not happen in your family's case).


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24. "^^^ this. they be doing baby things with adult strength and mobility"
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(give or take). when they be wylin out they have enough strength to hurt either themselves or others.

my wife did a stint as a part time senior care aide. most of her clients had alzheimers or dementia. the stories she would tell me. some of it was hilarious, but it was also very depressing. and some of them were legit threats to themselves or others. (not to my wife, she'd a knocked one of they old asses out). this one dude did pull a knife on her, tho, b/c she hid his cognac. smh.


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13. "put her in a home."
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But my threshold for that shit is low. I'm not wiping anyone's ass. Ever. And I'm not having crazy in my house.
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14. "not act lite-skinneded"
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16. "give her some slave dick and put her back to sleep"
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17. "I can't imagine my wife not recognizing me after all those years"
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But nigger is some other shit.

shut up already, damn

  

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18. "I can't stop laughing at "there's a strange n*gger in the house""
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19. "lol @ "white wife""
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21. "What sickness? She's just reverting back to her natural White self."
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Rest In Peace, Bad News Brown

  

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22. "my best friend's grandmother passed recently..."
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she had dementia. It got REAL bad toward the end. She would get angry with him and his mom. Lash out at them, curse at them. His mom didn't want to put her in a home because she felt it was HER duty to take care of her. I'd known her since the 1st grade. One of the sweetest people I've ever known...treated me like I was her grandson. Dementia took her down SO quickly. I dunno, man. Shit is tough. I wouldn't wish that on anyone.

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23. "dementia and alzheimer's is a bitch. i've heard so many horror stories"
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from folks going through that w/ parents.

the racial element is new here, but folks w/ dementia be saying and doing some wild shit. and it's really not their fault.


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28. "This sounds like a lost Kay & Peele or Chapelle skit"
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