Who's the oldest living (direct) relative of a DiSer


#1

only grandparents/greatgrandparents etc. No great aunt bullshit

My grandma turns 94 in a couple of weeks, any advance on that?


#2

Think saps might be around that age.


#3

None from me mate, my Great-Nan made it to 93 so you’ve got me beat even if you were including dead folk.

Well played, you’ve done brilliantly there.


#4

QI Klaxon*

*We would also have accepted Creakyknees


#5

My gran snuffed it at 96 this year and my gran-in-law is the same age and still going.


#6

Still lives on her own in Bow, with minimal support. Absolute diamond of a grandma tbf


#7

Proper cockney? My aforementioned Great-Nan grew up there, maybe they knew each other!


#8

BTW, I’m off to Colchester tomoz.


#9

RIP but great innings Balonz’s gran,

Gran-in-law chat isn’t permitted ITT but I’m sure she’s a wonderful woman


#10

enjoy, maybe visit the clock museum


#11

She has always been vile to me as it happens.


#12

My gran turned 102 a few weeks ago :hugging:


#13

Genuinely think contrary to the lyrics of the song Street Life, cities are the best places for old people in terms of good access to stuff they need like care/buses/good weed.


#14

As I assumed, a lovely, lovely woman


#15

Yeah for sure, she’d 100% be in a home if she lived in Brexit


#16

NB This is not a competition entry just chat:

My wife’s grandma died the day before her 100th birthday in 2015.


#17

Might have the youngest grandparents here:

Grandma - 74
Grandad - 76

other grandma - 73


#18

My dads the eldest at the moment at 67.

But my great nan made 101 and my Nan 96.


#19

My Nan and her twin sister are both 94 so combined thats 188 (that counts doesn’t it?)


#20

Don’t think there’s anyone alive in my family older than about 70 actually.