Brief….. but to be extended as I think of more. Any you can think of, little brother?
“My brain will never save my body.” Said after any waste of energy….
“You like that sort of thing, don’t you, dear?” (Accompanied by a sharp intake of breath) Often said to her daughter, my mother, who could never get it right.
“You’ll cry before you go to bed.” As a parent, I understand this; I think I did as a boy; but I still feel it’s a sad thing to say to an excited child.
“It’ll all be the same a thousand years hence.” I find this one strangely comforting, now.
“I’m twice the woman on my backside.” She was however not notably vulgar.
My grandmother and grandfather, on Eastbourne beach. See also My Grandmother 1 (Nuisance Callers) and My grandfather’s books: A gentle tribute to a gentle man