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What does GOM stand for?

GOM stands for Grumpy Old Man

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Consumerism Richard Wilson On Hold (Channel 4, 8pm) HE PLAYED the archetypal grumpy old man, Victor Meldrew, in One Foot in the Grave, so who better to investigate an issue that can turn even the sunniest-natured individuals into cranks - automated services.
TO TIE in with the release of Pixar/ Disney's animated tale of a grumpy old man who heads off on a great adventure to the wilds of South America aboard his balloon powered home, Middlesbrough Cineworld has supplied a super prize.
The story of a grumpy old man (voiced by Ed Asner) who fulfills his deceased wife's dream of going on an African adventure by tying a bunch of balloons to his house and floating away is right in Pixar's melancholy wheel-house.
It's clearly what stops Gray turning into a grumpy old man and becoming a very funny and entertaining grumpy old diarist instead.
A brilliant performance by John Thaw as the grumpy old man who, forced to take on an evacuee, then grew to love him so much that he adopted him after his mother's death.
Byline: WITH LEE-ANN FULLERTON AND BEVERLEY LYONS EDINBURGH Fringe Festival smash Rob Brydon is ready for his first big film role - playing a grumpy old man Brydon, the downtrodden cabbie in Marion and Geoff and on his Keith Barret show, is teaming up with Steve Coogan in a new Brit flick.