• Went to visit my aunt, who despite
suffering from dementia, has an intact
sense of humor.
Me: How have you been?
Her: I have no idea.
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    • I remember a nurse saying Hi to my grandma. My grandma has Alzheimer's and she was like, "Hello, I don't know who you are". We laughed so hard.
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    • My great grandma had Alzheimer’s when I was 13, we visited her and I was wearing a Tim Tebow Jersey (when he played for the Broncos). She thought I was Tebow and got so excited, she went around telling everyone her grandson was the starting quarterback of the Broncos. I love that memory so much.
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    • My grandpa has dementia currently. We all went to visit him and for 15 minutes he looked right through me. He didn’t recognize me. Eventually near the end he looked at me, took my hand and said “I wouldn’t forget my favorite cold hands”. It was surreal. Oof, just venting to strangers.
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    • My grandma had Alzheimer’s but was sharp as a tack. Once she recited a poem from memory (pretty long). Once she got to the end, she said “that reminds me of a poem” and recited it again. 5 times the exact same way. Nobody had the heart to stop her.
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    • I remember my great uncle always telling me the same joke when I saw him cuz of his dementia. “Why did the spider cross the road?” “Idk, why?” “To get to his website 😂😂” he always loved that joke
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    • My grandma has dementia and she almost never smiles or laughs anymore. But when she sees my daughter she smiles so much. She also does her best to make my daughter laugh and it's so pure.
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    • Is it just me or is it weird that people use real pics of themselves as their profile pics on this app?
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    • My grandma has dementia and it’s honestly a nightmare. She’s lived with me and my family all of my life yet she doesn’t remember us or where she lives. She wakes up and goes to sleep crying and screaming for her mom. I don’t know how much longer I can take it
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    • I remember in my grandfather's final months his mind was not as sharp and he was determined to leave the hospital. He had a sense of humor despite a crippling infection in his lower leg and foot. No matter how hard it got he always said he would "get out of here and go fishing". I miss him
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    • Q: How many people with alzhimers does it take to screw in a light bulb? A: To get to the other side.
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    • My grandmother has dementia and she’s totally gone. She can’t do anything by herself and can’t remember me at all. Her personality went poof. It’s really hard taking care of her, tbh.
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    • My grandmother currently has dementia and is about to be put on hospice care because she doesn't remember how to swallow anymore
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    • My friend’s grandmother has Alzheimers he said that when he visited home she wasn’t smoking, which she’s done for 60 years. Turns out she forgot that she smokes.
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    • I used to work fro a dementia unit and remember a guy who was pretty much a zombie til his daughter came (which was every day ♡) and it was awesome to see his face light up... til the first time he didnt recognize her. It was honestly the saddest thing I have witnessed 😞 dementia is scary
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    • My grandpa had dementia and my mom would always visit him even though he didn’t remember her. She would bring him his favorite candy. He died shortly after and apparently he told my mom before he died: “I wish I had some Milk Duds to give you for being here, my daughter always shared them with me.”
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    • My grandfather had dementia when I was like 13 and he would completely forget me. sometimes I would walk in the room and he would be like that's the girl from the pictures. It kinda made me fell like I was an actor in some cliche horror movie
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    • I fucking love old people. They are the sweetest most wholesome people you will ever meet
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    • Sometimes you have to eat your own ass to get your balls rolling.
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    • My great aunt Tracey (God rest her soul) used to sit next to me and say"hi lacy, what's your name? " I miss her.
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    • My grandma has severe Alzheimer’s but she’ll always recognize her favorite cousin. She barely speaks anymore but her cousin came to visit and she immediately yelled his name and smiled so wide :)
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    • I don’t think it’s a sense of humor she probably doesn’t fucking know😂
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    • Tbh Alzheimer’s and dementia are my biggest fears that shits scary bro
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    • If I ever get dementia or alzheimers, I want to be euthanized immediately
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    • Tc looks like a dude tbh
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    • Idk man. Something about a disease ripping all your intimate thoughts and feelings out of you so much that you don’t recognize your own children or wife and leaving a shell of a person just doesn’t seem that funny to me
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    • It’s all fun and games until she forgets how to eat, speak, and breath
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    • I went to visit my great grandma at the old folks home, she has Alzheimer’s, there had been a Mariachi band the day before, my nana asked her if she enjoyed the music, her humor also being still intact she just says “well how the fuck am I supposed to know? Funniest shit ever.
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    • My grandpa has dementia. My uncle died (his son) and at the funeral he asked my dad “Who is this guy” 😢
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    • A man goes to his doctor for a check-up and the doctor says, "I'm sorry, I have some bad news. You have Cancer and Alzheimer's." The man replies, "Wow... Well, at least I don't have Cancer."
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    • My great grandmother had dementia and I was the only one she never forgot. I used to basically live with her half the time after my great grandpa died and I was glad to see she didnt forget me cause I wouldnt have been able to handle it
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    • If that ever happened to me, I’d hope I’d be this way. Always make every situation as positive as i can
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    • my great aunt has dementia and we had to issue a silver alert for her. we found her 4 hours away in another state
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    • People get all mad and say it's depressing when people get Alzheimer's and, it is, but by God are they not fucking hilarious. Especially the ones who are fairly aware that they're losing it.
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    • “Where are your memories?” “Gone. Reduced to atoms.”
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    • Alzheimer’s and dementia. Both terrible and heart stopping when it effects a family. My heart and prayers go out to everyone who deals with this everyday
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    • i'm a nurse and we're actually not allowed to laugh at people suffering from dementia because they'll feel laughed at and get upset but some things are just so funny and even lovely that we can't help but laugh
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    • My dad had Alzheimer's and he forgot I had grownup kids and asked me where was his favorite granddaughter when they were standing right there.
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    • Dementia really sucks. My grandmother had it and she was someone who's always been physically healthy, social, etc. But living alone for 40+ years just kind messed with her mentally. It's a horrible disease. It's sad when a person who's cared for you your whole life suddenly doesn't know who you are
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    • I remember when I was taking my grandma to the doctors with my mom to put on a cast on her foot and when the doctor said “holler if you need anything” my grandma goes “holler!” with her hands next to her mouth.
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    • My grandmother had Alzheimers, but I was too young to really hear her talk. By the time I was 10 it was too bad and she had no reactions, or the ability to talk.
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    • Yeah. . I dont think she's kidding
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    • I remember my grandma has Alzheimer’s and one morning when I wake up she wants to go to the bank to get some money but I told her, I have work today. The next morning, I walked up and waiting her to say something.. She said, “ Hi , why are you standing , you’re scaring me.” I got sad.
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    • So Im pretending to be this fag's grandma right and acting like I have Alzheimer's and this attractive nurse came to me, obviously I didn't know who she was so I pretended like I didn't know her or something and everyone laughed, easy.
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    • Was she being funny or straight up?
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    • So my grandma had Alzheimer's back when she was up kickin and she was off the boat Italian. Well she got stuck in a loop where she thought people were coming to the house every night. This woman made dinner every night and damn could that woman cook. I didn't want any to go to waste so my mom and I
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    • Seriously though that kind of memory loss must feel like always being completely blasted.
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    • Damnit this comment section makin me cry
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    • Y did I read that as "when you visit my aunt"?
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    • My aunt has dementia and doesn't know how to say anything except no and the names of her caretakers
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    • My grandmother on my dads side had alzheimers really bad from the time she was about 80 until she passed away just a couple of months after my grandfather, this was about 3 to 4 years ago. I remember being at his funeral at my church before taking him to the cemetery, everyone was going up to get
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    • There was an Alzheimer’s patient at a nearby retirement home who had my number in place of her daughters once and she literally called me 100 times in one weekend claiming she was stranded and needed help cause she had no clue where she was or how she got there
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    • My grandpa kept forgetting I was young and loved telling me dirty jokes 😂😂
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    • My great grandmother was giggling at a family feud question about threesomes and we asked Grammy have you had one of those and she said no threesomes but two twosomes
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    • Having a sense of humor and not caring how people look at you, is so helpful. Funny things happen, it's okay to laugh. Pity is bad for all.
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    • Alzheimer’s is the last way I want to go. What’s the point of living your life if you can’t remember it? Honestly, if I’m diagnosed with it later in life, I want my friends and family around me when I still have my memories, while I commit assisted suicide.
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    • The last words my horrible demented grandmother said to me is "oh there's nothing to do out there but get your hair cut and black tar H" when my cousin and I were talking about how my mom's house remodel was going. God bless that woman
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    • im taking a big shit
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    • *people running next to busy road* MOM: I can’t believe their running next to all of these fumes. GRANDMA: I can’t believe their running.
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    • The funny thing is she probably wasn’t even trying to be funny
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    • So is alzheimers and dementia a certainty when you get old or just a chance?
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    • Sounds like the early stages. In the begging stages of Dementia an individual would shift between lucidity and confusion. As it progresses the lucidity becomes less common as the dementia takes over fully. A slow and terrifying deterioration.
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    • I think she’s just telling the truth
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    • My grandma has Alzheimer’s and it’s fucking sad but she says the funniest shit
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    • My grandmother was slowly developing dementia (she died before it fully settled), but she always had fun things to tell us about because she often had vivid dreams.
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    • *me talking to (now ex) gf’s grandmother after looking through her scratch off tickets for prizes* “looks like these are no good” her: “you’re no good!”😂
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    • Sounds like her mind is in another dimentian.
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    • I dont think she was intentionally being humorous
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    • Am I the only one that instead of picturing this as humor just imagined the op like sitting in a cheer next to the bedside and the aunt sitting up in bed, legs dangling off, staring at wall blank emotionless face and she just slowly says “I don’t know.”
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    • I guess the ifunny team has dementia too cause they keep featuring this post
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    • She wasn’t joking lol
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    • She probably wasn't kidding
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    • The truth can either hurt or be really fucking funny. You choose lol
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    • Do people with dementia even know that they have dementia unless someone tells them that they do at the moment?
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    • I did my clinicals in a nursing home and I had a favorite resident named Valeria, one day she started telling me to give her baby back, or the man standing behind me would kill me ..there was no man behind me
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    • People with dementia know they have dementia?
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    • My grandma has Alzheimer’s. She lost her watch in our house and she was walking around opening doors looking for it and she finally says “I can’t find the door to the basement” and I said “grandma.. we don’t have a basement” and she goes “WELL that’s why I can’t find my watch”
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