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to think you can't stereotype Mumsneters

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BorderBinLiner Mon 17-Oct-11 10:22:45

I love it. Over on Good Housekeeping you have one lot, the Flyladies, that know when they'll be cleaning their skirtboards from here to eternity and the slatterns who - are slatterns.

Both lots are currently putting the boot in to the latest have-it-all millionaire, working wonderwoman about her tangled bunting tips.

Some of you can cook a chicken on a Sunday, use up the left overs Monday to Friday and still have enough left to sniff the following Saturday. Mean while the Avid & Wise S&B lot have sunk the family savings into investment pieces.

I love it, we're a marketing agency's nightmare.

More examples please...

Angel786 Mon 17-Oct-11 11:11:42

That middle class mummy thread is hideous. A few sensible comments but a lot of very proud odd remarks. Are they sponsored by / itsu?

Onemorning Mon 17-Oct-11 11:16:44

I'm an MN regular who doesn't have kids, and I'm not the only one.

A bunch of us are talking about our raving days, on other threads people are talking about kittens, or relationship problems.

Some Mumsnetters are men too.

There's something about wolefs and quiches that I don't really understand.

CogitoErgoSometimes Mon 17-Oct-11 11:20:54

Isn't that just 'women'? History is littered with the corpses of organisations that have tried to lump us together as some amorphous mass and failed.

minimisschief Mon 17-Oct-11 13:01:30

oh i do not know. Alot of people on here share the same bizzare traits it is kind of scary

Onemorning Mon 17-Oct-11 13:27:03

What bizarre traits, mini?

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