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Cantankerousness can be perceived several different ways. Most people see it as a negative thing, and that is what we are trying to change here at Cantankerous Old Sign up for our email list to find out more from the Coots University.

Today I have a video for you.  It is an old one, from the late eighties/early 90’s editions of Saturday Night Live.  I finally found one of these videos on line.

Dana Carvey, the man famous for the Church Lady and the “Chopping Broccoli” song, played the “Grumpy Old Man”.  While it was over the top and false Cantankerous, it is really funny.  I actually played the Grumpy Old Man in a SNL style video we made for Boy Scouts one month.  It was fun back then, but who knows if it affected my life and directed me to this site…..hmmmmm

Anyway, The video.

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Justin is the young Coot with a Cantankerous Soul who continues to be educated by older, more cootish Ralph and Bob. His Cantankerosity is his own.

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  2 Responses to “Put Out False Cantankerousness, It can be funny!”

  1. I have to say that I never knew about the grumpy old man on SNL. I have to say that I had already given up on SLN by the 90’s. Back in my day in the 70’s, SNL was actually funny – or maybe we didn’t know any better and just liked it anyway. You may not have planned it but the commercial before the clip is funny and false cantankerous to boot. Keep your extra 37 mpg!

    • Can’t argue with the ’70s SNL….the commercial is from NBC and I have no control, I am just glad it fit…37 mpg….maybe another post…

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