Grandpa was wise, but he was also a party animal. He liked to dance too.
"Whoa doesn't anyone think Grandpa should cool it and calm it and not be so out there and partying?" said Cesar.
"I hear you just fine, and I love to party, pass the beers and snacks!" said Grandpa.
Cesar was embarrassed because he thought Grandpa wouldn't hear. But Grandpa was older and wiser and had more experience over Cesar so Grandpa knew when people were talking about him.
"I like Grandpa I wanna be just like him." said Jean. But Jean had frizzy hair and silly glasses frames, so no one really listened to her.
"Aw shut up, Jean, I'm trying to think." said Greg.
"Greg is so mean." said Hannah.
"I agree." said Ted, who just liked Hannah and was nervous around her so said he agreed with everything she said.
"Grow a pair." said Chet, Ted's homeboy, to Ted.
Ted was always wimping out about stuff and Chet was telling him to be a bigger bro about it and less of a wimp. Chet had rage issues and punched a wall once, it did more damage to his hand than the wall. He had to take anger management classes because otherwise bad stuff would happen.
"You need a system in place to keep you from making erratic choices that could hurt you." said Bossum, the anger management coordinator, who spoke in a gentle voice..
Bossum went home and cooked some pearl barley. It boiled hard and heavy and loosened that barley up. Good for the colon. When the water was boiling Bossum reached for the pot and the hot boiling water bubbled out of the lid of the pot and burned Bossum, the calm anger management coordinator.
"Aw fuck that hurts!" said Bossum.
Then Bossum relaxed and didn't stress too much about the stuff because he had a decent system in place. But he did certainly lose his cool a little for a second with the sudden burn. Bossum's neighbor Ruthie-Roo saw Bossum jump and scream through her kitchen window. Ruthie-Roo knew that Bossum's "keep calm" guru business was horseshit, she just hadn't had much of a way to prove it.
Ruthie-Roo was also the grand-daughter of Grandpa, the party guy, who liked to dance.