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Live webchat with Charlie Brooker on Monday 23rd November at 12pm

(423 Posts)
RachelMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 19-Nov-09 10:07:17

Guardian columnist and broadcaster Charlie Brooker will be joining us at Mumsnet for a live webchat next Monday (23rd November) between 12 and 1pm. If you can't join us, post your advance questions to Charlie here.

southeastastra Sat 10-Apr-10 14:25:20

huh? what's that got to do with charlie brooker?

elpida Sat 10-Apr-10 14:13:26

Is there anything we can realistically do about the abuse of power by dishonest police officers? The IPC is a sick joke..

Miserabella Thu 26-Nov-09 22:13:18

Nice one mumsnet, I really enjoyed reading that...

Prunerz Thu 26-Nov-09 21:04:14

Hehehe CB is quote of the week

I seriously do have a huge thing for the man now, it is quite unseemly

thell Thu 26-Nov-09 13:55:14

Excellent

mollyroger Wed 25-Nov-09 20:39:04

so sad I was at work. I meant to post a question but forgot yesterday. Cnutiflaps.

He ver' funny.

cAN WE HAVE TERRY pRATCHett soon?

AbricotsSecs Wed 25-Nov-09 19:48:37

Just remembered this (arse) and caught up... That's how you conduct a webchat with shitbags mumsnetters!

blush smile hmm angry sad en

spicemonster Wed 25-Nov-09 18:06:10

OMG - how on earth did I miss this??? Aaaagh angry *shoots self*

Hobnobfanatic Wed 25-Nov-09 08:41:11

LOL!
I do the 'last 15 mins' thingey... must look at altering my MN patterns/options.,..

(actually, it may have only been stickied since the weekend, come to think of it. I think it was a normal thread on Thursday)

It's been stickied at the top of Active Conversations since last Thursday. Do you have thread stickies turned off in your options?

Or, alternatively, Charlie said he didn't want to talk to you, so we all kept it a secret... grin

Hobnobfanatic Tue 24-Nov-09 19:16:55

Please, please, please can MN publicise future chats more? I'm on several times a day and I never saw that this was imminent! Gutted!

Peachy Tue 24-Nov-09 17:41:53

I skipped this as I didnt think I liked Charlie

Think i've changed my mind (and that was just the DC / tories are evil stuff)

Good webchat

JackBauer Tue 24-Nov-09 12:28:13

Am asking DH to buy me book for christmas simply because he stayed until nearly half 1, with no mention of the fatc he had got sucked in overrun.

cheerfulvicky Tue 24-Nov-09 12:10:58

Now THAT'S a webchat. Cannot believe I missed it. Urrgh!

I did slavishly go and buy his book, though. grin
Charlie Brooker is like every MNers hero. He seriously needs to come back and join under a different name: I also think he'd fit right in.
Thanks for dropping by our little hovel corner of the world Charlie!

JackBauer Tue 24-Nov-09 10:56:07

They must have been left by the lurking journo's and bloggers...

AitchTwoToTangOh Tue 24-Nov-09 10:18:08

i'm just confused by obm's scrunched-up tissues. that's not the way i go coital.

that was brilliant.... never knew about CB before now but im converted. he is a very funny guy..... totally bummed thaat i missed it!

TheShriekingHarpy Mon 23-Nov-09 19:59:42

Well that the first Mumsnet webchat I've watched. Not exactly riveting stuff.... many of the normal mumsnet threads, populated by average punters tend to be a good deal more sparky, fun...

Well it was an education anyway. If it wasn't for MN, I woudn't have had a clue who CB was..

southeastastra Mon 23-Nov-09 19:29:55

grinmissA

MissAnthrope Mon 23-Nov-09 19:28:04

Am I the only one that was slightly disappointed?

It was the use of the word 'too' when he meant 'two' that clinched it for me pedantic bitch that I am

It's like spending a pre-child weekend with someone that you've just met. You were only meant to have a dinner date but have spent the entire fucking weekend together; discussing all the things that you amazingly have in common and exchanging tales. The sex has progressed from vaguely awkward and new to mind blowingly awesome, and as you're sat together having a post-coital cigarette on the Sunday morning, basking in his glow, he casually mentions that he has to leave soon to go lead a pro-BNP rally....

PopsyWind Mon 23-Nov-09 18:10:30

Thanks MNHQ, and Charlie for answering my question!!

<goes to print out answer and frame it>

<seriously blush>

policywonk Mon 23-Nov-09 17:10:03

Now THAT was a webchat. Thanks for answering Zepherine's my question. Let us know if you want to take us up on the monstrous regiment thing.

theyoungvisiter Mon 23-Nov-09 16:48:50

I missed the live thing but thanks for answering my question Charlie - more than Gordon or David did so based on that I'll be voting Brooker at the next election, should you care to stand.

I read this chat while making Nigella Lawson's Beef Casserole with Anchovies and Thyme and giggling profusely at the ejaculation gags. TBH I think that pretty much sums up mumsnet.

Middleclass filth and top quality puerile banter, combined with food snobbery.

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