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SUPER GRANNY—DEFENDER OF JUSTICE This is a true story An elderly Florida lady did her shopping, and upon returning to her car, found four males in the act of leaving with her vehicle.She dropped her shopping bags and drew her handgun, proceeding to scream at the top of her voice, “I have a gun, and I know how to use it! ” The four men didn’t wait for a second invitation. The lady, somewhat shaken, then proceeded to load her shopping bags into the back of the car and get into the driver’s seat.Though it’s impossible to tell how long this particular story has been with us, the victim-turned-robber motif has appeared in urban legends since the early 1900s.The reaction most of us have to this legend nowadays is likely a pleasant chuckle at the humor of an inadvertent mix-up and at the thought of a crusty old gray-haired, pistol-wielding broad scaring the daylights out of a bunch of (innocent) men.In The Ticket Master, Applejack fantasizes that she will earn enough money from her Grand Galloping Gala apple stand to replace their "saggy old" roof and plow, as well as Granny Smith's hip.Despite her hip, she, Big Mc Intosh, and Applejack wield farm tools behind a barricade in anticipation of a destructive parasprite swarm in Swarm of the Century, and she cheers for Applejack in Fall Weather Friends when she competes against Rainbow Dash.She looked around to see if anyone was watching, carefully opened the door and walked to her car, which was parked about four spaces away.
She tried and tried, and then it dawned on her why. Realizing her little faux pas, she thought she better report her mistake at the police station. When she told the officer on duty the story, he wet himself laughing.In both legends, benefit of the doubt is not extended: the woman immediately acts upon her presumption.In previous decades this legend might have been intended as a vehicle for racist attitudes: the teller could reinforce societal prejudice against blacks by relating a humorous tale in which African-Americans are assumed to be criminals, all under the guise of passing along an amusing anecdote rather than expressing his personal beliefs.The sergeant to whom she told the story nearly tore himself in two with laughter. Being the kind of feisty woman who packs a gun for emergencies, she whipped it out and yelled, “I know how to use it, and I’m quite prepared to. She carefully put her bags on the ground, pointed a finger and shouted, “You men get out of my car! She again pointed her finger and shouted, “You men get out of my car.” Nothing happened.He pointed to the other end of the counter, where four pale men were reporting a car jacking by a mad, elderly woman described as white, less than five feet tall, glasses, curly white hair, and carrying a large handgun. She then opened her pocketbook, took out her barrel, pointed it at the men and shouted, “You men, I’ve told you twice to get out of my car. ” This time the doors flew open and the two men ran like jackrabbits.
She first appears in Friendship is Magic, part 1 as the last member of the Apple family whom Applejack introduces to Twilight Sparkle.