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cobbledtogether Tue 11-Jan-11 10:30:43

My friend has posted a Facebook update that I think is a bit strange.

I know that the correct way of dealing this is to post it on an internet forum for a bunch of strangers to dissect and criticise, but I was thinking of, you know, just commenting directly.

AIBU to break the mould?

mutznutz Tue 11-Jan-11 10:33:08

Whooaah slow down there!! Don't be hasty...think it through...tell us all in every detail what it says and then and only then should you comment on Facebook. I mean really, how the hell are you going to know what to write without Mumsnet opinions? wink

tomhardyismydh Tue 11-Jan-11 10:33:19

biscuit

auntyfash Tue 11-Jan-11 10:36:22

You need to C&P it here so we can have a read through before we advise you.

SMummyS Tue 11-Jan-11 10:37:39

I love it grin

cobbledtogether Tue 11-Jan-11 10:39:32

Thanks Tom, that's helped perk my blood sugar levels up!

tomhardyismydh Tue 11-Jan-11 10:40:21

pleasure.

StormInaCCup Tue 11-Jan-11 10:40:36

Spill!

ILoveItWhenYouCallMeBoo Tue 11-Jan-11 10:42:45

it is actually illegal to post a reply without first consulting MN and telling us word for word what she/he posted. wink

cobbledtogether Tue 11-Jan-11 10:49:08

That's what I thought. Damn.

I must submit to the hive mind grin

FlamingoBingo Tue 11-Jan-11 10:50:32

Haha! I just don't feel I'm capable of making my own response to random FB updates without consulting with the MN oracles first grin

theevildead2 Tue 11-Jan-11 11:04:53

Laughing at something on your own is never as much fun.

cobbledtogether Tue 11-Jan-11 11:05:13

Absolutely. I hope that my friends give the same consideration to my status updates. There are so many meanings behind "babyheave is pissed off".

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