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Nickname: Grannie (1 story)
Dorothy from Sydney, currently in Sydney

I'm a grannie several times over, but my grandkids say I'm still ""cool"". I go scuba diving whenever I can and I'm learning tap dancing - fancy myself as a bit of Ginger Rogers. Anyway, I think Aussies are great. They can be funny creatures.
Now, I don't have a photo of myself. My grandkids have suggested the emu instead. Bloody emu, indeed. Guess you can't choose your grandkids.

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