so suggest that the girl who was MARy in the nativity

(287 Posts)
SCargot Wed 09-Dec-09 16:18:22

then went on to be centre in a netball team?

just a leetle theory i am h'explorin

MintyCandyCane Wed 09-Dec-09 16:19:49

you what ?

Mincepiedermama Wed 09-Dec-09 16:20:00

Mum high up in the PTFA?

IdrisTheDragon Wed 09-Dec-09 16:20:04

I remember the person who was Mary when I was 6 did indeed go on to be a netball centre

SCargot Wed 09-Dec-09 16:20:52

no no
nothign to do with mums
just is it the theory

see
thats it
and hte THIRDpart of it is that she always had a long term boyfreind who sent her sopy padded cards and flowers on Valentine day

diddl Wed 09-Dec-09 16:21:34

Ooh guess what!

I was also Mary,& went on to be centre in the netball team.

Spooky!

sassy Wed 09-Dec-09 16:21:48

Me. Angel, shepherd; wing defence.

That fit?

thell Wed 09-Dec-09 16:22:01

I was a very specky Mary, and did not go on to be prominent in anything

(except always doing readings in services and assemblies, because i could read!)

mollythetortoise Wed 09-Dec-09 16:22:21

i was Elizabeth (Mary's sister) and I played WD

hohoholepew Wed 09-Dec-09 16:23:26

I was mary I went on to be goal attack, though have been center.

DD was Mary and has played wing defence.

She was Mary because it was the only part with no lines (she has speech problems).

She is in the netball team because they don't have enough players otherwise.

LadyGlenChristmasPresent Wed 09-Dec-09 16:23:32

I need to talk to our headteacher. Been a governor for six years now, sweated my guts out for the PTFA and am on first name terms with the entire staff - and STILL none of my DC have ever had a big part in a school production. I must be doing something wrong.
Or, wait, MAYBE that isn't how they choose the cast.

Runoutofideas Wed 09-Dec-09 16:23:39

Always the narrator - and wing attack!

MrsBadger Wed 09-Dec-09 16:24:40

nope, the narrator played Centre, Mary played Goal Attack

also explored on this thread

SCargot Wed 09-Dec-09 16:25:20

never mary( wasnt blond) was normally " tall man one"
and went on to be WING defence as it was the position for lazies

blowninonabreeze Wed 09-Dec-09 16:26:03

I was Mary.

But played Lacrosse [confused] grin

SCargot Wed 09-Dec-09 16:26:21

(lol @LGP- i was accused of "buying my kids academic certificates by being a gov )hmm

Kathyis12feethighandbites Wed 09-Dec-09 16:26:32

DD is Mary <smug>
That may be something to do with her being at a village school with only other 2 girls in the class.
But I think it very improbable that anyone with my netball genes will ever go on to be Centre. Even if they are forced to play some weird kind of three-a-side netball rules.

SCargot Wed 09-Dec-09 16:26:56

snigger at kathy

hohoholepew Wed 09-Dec-09 16:28:16

Mary was never the important part in the DDs plays. She just sits at the front of the stage clutching a doll.

DD2 is a shepherd in the brownie play, she's thinking of jazzing it up with a "song and dance". Sunday should be interesting.

ILoveGregoryHouse Wed 09-Dec-09 16:29:07

Definitely a nice little research programme there. Maybe you can find some correlations and publish it for a PhD, no? I think I see what you're getting at, though grin

SCargot Wed 09-Dec-09 16:29:44

id like to suggest htat the TALL girls always get "male" type roles even if boys in class

then are not centre as centre is small and petite and my nemesis

( hides secret yearning to be Kendall esque)

I have to agree with MrsBadger.

I was the narrator and centre.

Mary usually preferred to spend lunch times playing kiss chase and showing the boys her knickers instead of netball club. Not that I'm still bitter... wink

MarioandLuigi Wed 09-Dec-09 16:30:21

I was Mummy Bear and I played WA

SCargot Wed 09-Dec-09 16:30:25

please address steady boyfreind issue

Bucharest Wed 09-Dec-09 16:30:45

Angel Gabriel here. <gender confusion syndrome?>

Went on to be a bit crap at all things involving teams and balls, though was the one that can move around a bit more than the goalkeeper- goal defence is it?

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