Re: I think Grandma is a demon.
I'm totally gonna pull something fluffy out of my arse here.
Reasons I can think of:
Number 1: she's old. Every single freaking old person I know is like that, without even trying. They'll be all peaches and cream one moment, "Oh dear, how are you doing today?" And then, suddenly, they mention the most inappropriate, painful thing you can imagine. My grandma, for instance, brings up the death of my grandfather on a daily basis. I know she's grieving, I know it hurts, but she'll just bring it up like no one else can possibly be affected by it, and then she'll go into painfully unpleasant details about how he died... minute little things like his expression, and how she was there... over, and over, and over again. It takes an unusually large amount of self-control to keep myself from breaking down in tears or yelling at her. I've told her to stop, and she just kinda smiled really creepy like and dropped it. The next day? Same thing.
It's not just *my* grandma, and it's not just death: old people bring up stuff about their constipation to random strangers. Mind you, not all old people do this; but a lot of old people seem to get a kick out of making younger people feel just as tired, pained, and uncomfortable as they feel.
Plus, I've had a theory for forever(forever being like, 3 years. XD) going on now that old people develop some sort of vampirism. They latch onto younger people like leeches and feed. The way I see it, you get to a point where your body begins to deteriorate. This includes your aura/energy. Not necessarily your "soul" but rather everything around it. So old people do this sort of psychic vampirism without realizing it to keep their energy up.
Maybe "vampirism" isn't necessarily a good term for it, but it's the only thing I can think of.
Number 2: She's a wicked/mean as hell woman and she's always been this way.
Number 3: She's wicked and mean because something's come up and she wants to spite everyone else by making them feel like she does.
Number 4: She is a demon, and she feeds off sorrow. Not my personal cup of tea, but some beings find the stuff tasty. However, if this is a recent thing, and she's never been like this before, then it's highly unlikely. Well, not HIGHLY unlikely, but unlikely.
Have you ever just tried asking her, "Granny, how come you're such a mean, crotchety old hag?"
Simim: Rainbow poop at your disservice.