I hope your straitjackets are back from the dry cleaners because it's time for another edition of...Crazy Grandma Ichikawa Storytime!
Occasionally, Lisa and Crazy Grandma will talk on the phone or over the computer, and each time the conversation inevitably ends up like a lisp convention: well-meaning, but ultimately misunderstood.
One day, Crazy Grandma and Lisa were talking about the different television shows they watch.
After Crazy Grandma listed off the numerous pay-per-view fetish shows she watches religiously, she also mentioned she enjoys the television show Psych.
One of Lisa's former student's parents is an executive producer on Psych, so Lisa told Crazy Grandma that one of her former parents helped create the show.
"One of your parents made the show? How many parents you have?" said a confused Crazy Grandma.
"No," explained Lisa. "One of my student's parent is a producer on the show. You know, the one who got us the David Letterman tickets." You see, this particular parent used to work for Letterman's production company so she would occasionally get us tickets to see the Letterman show when we used to vacation in New York.
"Ooooooh," said Crazy Grandma. "I remember dat parent. Hey! She was suppose to git us tickets for Letterman too but she nevah did!"
"Yup! That's right! We got to see it and you didn't! Ha ha ha!" teased Lisa.
"Well dat okay, " answered Crazy Grandma. "I no rike him anymore anyway. He suck! Suck suck suck! Suck it!"
What makes this story even worse, is that with Crazy Grandma's thick Japanese accent, she often says the letter S instead of the letter F.