- Does your child's name give away his class?
This woman is clearly a little mad! And pretty horrible.
I do think names are important though, we spend ages deciding on names for our sons. More because I am Dutch and the names had to be practical in both languages.
My sons are called Rik and Stefan.
I suppose you now all know my background 😀Posted 4 years agopeterfileMember
This woman is adamant that she won’t want your kid playing with hers if their name is on her chav list. 🙄
She seems like a complete buffoon to be honest, but worth watching just to see her reveal her own daughter’s name 🙂
[video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edZjdgU0asM[/video]Posted 4 years agodeadlydarcyMember
That’s **** hilarious. 😆 The meeja rolls this horrible woman out anytime they want a reaction. It is pure trolling on their part. She duly obliges and the rest of us get into a lather about it.
I have to say that I was looking at the voting bar on the screen and noticed that the question was “Should you judge a person by their name?” Unquestionably, the answer is “No” and the voting bars showed this. However, had the question been “Do you judge a person (or a child) by their name?” (and voters answered honestly), the bars would be much closer together. I think we all probably do it to a certain extent, despite knowing it’s wrong.
Oh and as my child has a geographical name (not his first or second name), he obviously won’t be hanging out with any child of Katie Hopkins. And that suits me fine.Posted 4 years agoboxelderSubscriber
What’s up with Luke? Sadly she’ll be doing serious harm to her daughters character.Posted 4 years ago
I taught a lovely lass at school, who suddenly refused to share a dorm in a hostel with another lass ( because she wasn’t hygeinic enough ie from the estate. I couldn’t understand – then I spoke to her mum about it…….ernie_lynchMember
we seem to be worrying about the opinions of a contestant from the **** apprentice or has she done something worthwhile as well ?
Well she has provided the basis for a highly amusing video clip in which she has entertained people with her staggering, and hilarious, level of snobbery. So probably not so much a case of worrying about her opinions and more a case of enjoying them. Tragic for her kids though.Posted 4 years agosleeplessMember
my youngest lad is Hadrian Montgomery and eldest is Edward Aubrey. Iam called John which my sons think is boring so call me Bubbles (even in public)as it is more embarrassing than their names.Posted 4 years ago
I wouldn’t let my children play with hers as being a northern monkey, mine will be working down the pit after doing their homework and wouldn’t have time to experience her idea of play. Plus she makes me want to be annoyed by her as she is a troll.
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