Q. Do you like listening stories of your grandparents?
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Do you like listening stories of your grandparents?


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  • khushi

    Since I was a kid and up till now, I crawl in my grandma’s lap and ask her to repeat the stories that I already have heard a million times.
    I know every single word of those stories and yet they sound great every single time.
    I guess this is so because, listening to those stories from her is one of the most admiring memories of my childhood and I still fall asleep while hearing those stories from her


       

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  • juraj

    Este zijes a prispievas tu :D


       

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  • kiaazad

    sure but around here people don’t live that long and don’t pay that much attention to children to tell them stories


       

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  • ondrej

    Yes I do, its always interesting


       

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  • zedon

    I think they like to listen my stories as I know them :)


       

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  • cryptotyl

    Yes, stories are often very interesting.


       

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  • pearljam

    I like listen stories FROM grandparents rather than listening stories OF grandparents.


       

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