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granddad

slang Someone who acts in an outdated and uncool manner. Oh, he's a real granddad. He'll never go to a club with us.

granddad

n. an old-fashioned person; an out-of-date person. Don’t be such a granddad. Live a little.
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According to my English Dictionary, and the spell check on my computer, the word still is granddad. When did we lose the second 'd' or is it that the younger generation who cannot spell correctly are now using text messaging English in all walks of life?
Merry Christmas to you all from a very happy granddad.
It is open to boys aged seven to 14 and their male relatives - from dads and granddads to uncles and older brothers.
Tell us - in no more than 50 words - why your granny or granddad is the best by writing to John West, Grandparents Day, Evening Telegraph, Corporation St, Coventry CV1 1FP, or email john.west@mrn.co.uk or log on to our website www.iccoventry.co.uk.
It read: "I'm running for him in this race to help other grannies and granddads to get better."
But if you take care of a granddad, A good one will last you for years!"
So, my mate is a granddad. To Charlie, which is, in fairness, a fantastic name, and I'm told a beautiful little boy, albeit sadly a mag.