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(08-14-2019, 09:52 AM)Sassy Wrote:
(08-13-2019, 07:13 PM)Sassy Wrote: Ok guys Bless your heart can mean many things?

I say it when I see the scars on my grandson from the surgeries he's had. Bless his little heart.

I say it when I see the man whose lost his wife of 50 years and is lost and so sad. Bless his heart.

I say it when my daughter complains that she's out of money because of car repairs. Bless your heart.

I say it with empathy, or seriously, jokingly, and sarcastically.

(08-13-2019, 10:24 PM)Suzy Q Wrote:
(08-13-2019, 07:13 PM)Sassy Wrote: Ok guys Bless your heart can mean many things?

I say it when I see the scars on my grandson from the surgeries he's had. Bless his little heart.

I say it when I see the man whose lost his wife of 50 years and is lost and so sad. Bless his heart.

I say it when my daughter complains that she's out of money because of car repairs. Bless your heart.

I say it with empathy, or seriously, jokingly, and sarcastically.

Yeah3   That phrase is as versatile as the "F" word.  It's all a matter of context.

@FlyoverCountry @TheOrderOfChaos @Grendelmort @Debauchery @dazedb42 @Dark Moon

Please read mine and Suzy's posts above. It's all a matter of context. Yes it can be an insult but it can mean other things too.  Wink

I've found that 9 times out of 10 it's an insult, if it's genuine and kind it's almost always coming from a little old lady. Chuckle

My grandma would say it and I knew it wasn't mean.

She did call me a hussy once. Lmao
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(08-14-2019, 11:57 AM)Debauchery Wrote:
I've found that 9 times out of 10 it's an insult, if it's genuine and kind it's almost always coming from a little old lady.  Chuckle

My grandma would say it and I knew it wasn't mean.

She did call me a hussy once.  Lmao

Hussy!!  Not You!! Lmao   Hugs @Debauchery
 By the way I am an old lady, senior citizen even though I act like a teenager sometimes.  1dunno1
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(08-14-2019, 12:37 PM)Sassy Wrote:
(08-14-2019, 11:57 AM)Debauchery Wrote:
I've found that 9 times out of 10 it's an insult, if it's genuine and kind it's almost always coming from a little old lady.  Chuckle

My grandma would say it and I knew it wasn't mean.

She did call me a hussy once.  Lmao

Hussy!!  Not You!! Lmao   Hugs  @Debauchery
 By the way I am an old lady, senior citizen even though I act like a teenager sometimes.  1dunno1

You're not like the little old ladies I'm talking about, not even close.

I'm talking old lady like our grandparents were, back before it was acceptable to act like a teenager in your older age. Chuckle

I'm old too.

My old ass husband (his bday was not long ago) finally qualifies for AARP. Lmao He isn't sure how to deal with it.
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(08-12-2019, 09:21 PM)DeadpoolLovesYou Wrote: To me it usually means.  "Aww.  You are so stupid and don't even know it.  It's almost cute. Like writing a letter to Santa when you are 30."

Like something you would say to a really dumb but adorable puppy when it sits in its own poop.

Pretty much that is how a friend of mine from the deep south put it. A special kind of naive.
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(08-14-2019, 04:39 PM)Mollyblue Wrote:
(08-12-2019, 09:21 PM)DeadpoolLovesYou Wrote: To me it usually means.  "Aww.  You are so stupid and don't even know it.  It's almost cute. Like writing a letter to Santa when you are 30."

Like something you would say to a really dumb but adorable puppy when it sits in its own poop.

Pretty much that is how a friend of mine from the deep south put it.  A special kind of naive.

Actually that is great way to say it. Naive. But in a way that is endearing because it reminds us of when we had hope for the future and faith in humanity.
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#27
My mom used it all the time and it defiantly had two meanings. One was "i hope you get through this and hope that God will help you."

The other was "You are an idjit."
Isaiah 5:20 (KJV)
Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
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(08-14-2019, 11:57 AM)Debauchery Wrote:
(08-14-2019, 09:52 AM)Sassy Wrote:
(08-13-2019, 07:13 PM)Sassy Wrote: Ok guys Bless your heart can mean many things?

I say it when I see the scars on my grandson from the surgeries he's had. Bless his little heart.

I say it when I see the man whose lost his wife of 50 years and is lost and so sad. Bless his heart.

I say it when my daughter complains that she's out of money because of car repairs. Bless your heart.

I say it with empathy, or seriously, jokingly, and sarcastically.

(08-13-2019, 10:24 PM)Suzy Q Wrote: Yeah3   That phrase is as versatile as the "F" word.  It's all a matter of context.

@FlyoverCountry @TheOrderOfChaos @Grendelmort @Debauchery @dazedb42 @Dark Moon

Please read mine and Suzy's posts above. It's all a matter of context. Yes it can be an insult but it can mean other things too.  Wink

I've found that 9 times out of 10 it's an insult, if it's genuine and kind it's almost always coming from a little old lady.  Chuckle

My grandma would say it and I knew it wasn't mean.

She did call me a hussy once.  Lmao

My Grandmother wouldn't have called you a hussy, she would have said "you don't have a heart only a thumping gizzard". Chuckle
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