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  • cbmotorsport
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    Never ceases to amaze me the personal stuff people post on forums, and the advice they readily take and act upon from complete strangers. Do these people not have any ‘real’ friends to bounce off?

    fasthaggis
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    Don’t worry bearnecessities ,starting a thread about this will not make people think that you are Hora.
    Really ,you have nothing to worry about.
    Lurking around Mumsnet is a perfectly normal thing to do. πŸ˜†

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    Has this been done before?

    *checks google*

    Ah… 😳

    Premier Icon DezB
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    I’m disappointed in deadlydarcy getting involved with those people.
    DD is him, yeah?

    patriotpro
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    Seriously, that is like many threads I’ve seen on here 😯

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    Ok, I admit it, I looked around Mumsnet after the Fanjo thing…

    Wow.

    A lot of really sad stories; but an equal amount of really 😯 stuff.

    This is an example of the sad posts, but could easily end up being used as evidence in court.

    Scary

    (Oh, sweary content by the way)

    Premier Icon cinnamon_girl
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    😯

    Has Hora given any sage advice? πŸ˜‰

    Edit: sad situation with a baby involved.

    jools182
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    I don’t understand all the yabu dd abbreviations

    piemonster
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    Yabu – you are being unreasonable

    At a guess

    piemonster
    Member

    EWCM 😯

    jools182
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    EWCM
    egg-white cervical mucus

    😯

    jools182
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    Beaten to it πŸ˜€

    Premier Icon leffeboy
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    Beaten egg?

    It always feels good when you manage to guess a mums n et acronym but no-one is guessing that one
    (why isn’t STW on their list?)

    deadlydarcy
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    DezzieBee πŸ˜†

    Seriously though, I used mumsnet around the time mrs deadly and I were struggling to conceive and just had, and I had some questions that I didn’t want to be worrying mrs deadly with. To be fair, the respondents were massively helpful. There are more abbreviations on there than you can shake a shitty stick at!

    However, and y’know, it happens, I started browsing the “relationship” threads. Jesus, there are some shits about. It was all the secret phone threads that made me go 8O.

    We got nuttin on ’em here.

    IanMunro
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    I do find it amusing that swearing isn’t allowed over here in case it offends the delicate flowers that mountainbikers apparently are. Clearly mums are made of stronger stuff.

    Premier Icon kimbers
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    I struggle with long sentences. Did she kill her in the end ?

    Premier Icon kimbers
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    Wtf. Stw don’t like my txt speak

    Premier Icon franksinatra
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    They are allowed to use the C word

    piemonster
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    I do find it amusing that swearing isn’t allowed over here in case it offends the delicate flowers that mountainbikers apparently are. Clearly mums are made of stronger stuff.

    A good point really.

    CountZero
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    Never ceases to amaze me the personal stuff people post on forums, and the advice they readily take and act upon from complete strangers. Do these people not have any ‘real’ friends to bounce off?

    Posted on STW… 😯
    πŸ˜‰

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    In all honesty i’d get her round the back where no one could see and batter the living s*** out of her. If the home wrecker doesn’t have the decency to stay away from you she’s got it coming.

    I’d crack him with a bottle then take him for every penny.

    We got nuttin on ’em here

    That!

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    Oh no…

    stwer Sat 28-Sep-13 19:27:41
    This thread is unless without photos. Is the waitress hot?

    Weasel
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    Take a weekend in Centre Parcs and work through your problems πŸ˜€

    Jamie
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    They are allowed to use the C word

    Their mods also let them use the coloured crayons, and stay up past 7pm πŸ™

    TuckerUK
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    Very few of which are actually acronyms. Says it all really.

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    Stwer, that is inappropriate and not helpful to the op, who has a baby and has discovered her dh is cheating. Its not a soap opera. Its her life.

    Come on, who is it??

    Jamie
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    Come on, who is it??

    Who cares? The problem with trolling Mumsnet, is it’s akin to sticking your penis into a hive of angry queen bees. And no-one needs that sort of aggro.

    Obviously their admins can see all the traffic coming to that thread, via the link on this one, so it won’t take a genius to guess where the trolling is coming from.

    Life’s too short etc etc.*
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    *Especially if your DH is DTD with a waitress.

    emma82
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    That is nowhere as bad as some of the threads, some people really do suffer. No worse than stuff talk about in though, just without the trolling.

    jkomo
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    Love your suggestions.
    ‘Bombers!’
    What is the fanjo thing?

    patriotpro
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    I’m reserving judgement til pics of the waitress surface…

    emma82
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    Jk a woman set fire to her fanny with her rampant rabbit

    hora
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    Mumsnet worries me that there are some really naive people out there. Not the thread linked but others. At first I thought they were trolling.

    Sad **** πŸ™

    jkomo
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    Holy crap

    Premier Icon ratherbeintobago
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    Who cares? The problem with trolling Mumsnet, is it’s akin to sticking your penis into a hive of angry queen bees. And no-one needs that sort of aggro.

    +1. Didn’t the MNers nearly bring Pistonheads forum to its knees in response to a stupid trolling attempt?

    codybrennan
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    Has the original thread (on here) been deleted? I’m dying to find out whats happened.

    Premier Icon aracer
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    Obviously their admins can see all the traffic coming to that thread, via the link on this one, so it won’t take a genius to guess where the trolling is coming from.

    Even less hard when the troll calls himself “stwer”

    Jamie
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    Even less hard when the troll calls himself “stwer”

    Believe it or not, STW and STWer means nothing to 99.9999999999999999999999999999% of the UK population.

    Premier Icon aracer
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    Well yes, but the complaint about trolling was addressed to “stwer”

    vickypea
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    I joined Mumsnet and and another “mums forum” 8 yrs ago when my son was a baby. Although I made a few friends on the smaller forum, I quit both of them because of the shocking amount of bitching, intolerance, and really graphic sexual stuff. I’m no prude and I do swear a bit, but this was an eye opener. The media often use Mumsnet as a supposed representative view of British women but I don’t think it’s representative, it’s horrible.

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