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Is a mum's night out discrimination?

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mumzzzzzzzz Fri 12-Oct-12 14:10:31

Received a flyer today where someone in dds class has organised a girl's night out for the Mums. I was just thinking, isn't this a bit discrimating seeing as there are lots of Dads, Grandparents etc who also do the school run?

WorraLiberty Fri 12-Oct-12 14:13:49

I suppose 'parent's night out' would have been more inclusive

Either way I'd still rather shit in my hands and clap that attend grin

WorraLiberty Fri 12-Oct-12 14:14:02

*than attend

WelshMaenad Fri 12-Oct-12 14:14:23

God, that sounds like my nightmares made flesh. They'll all be drinking cherry lambrini and cackling. Avoid.

HeadlessForHalloween Fri 12-Oct-12 14:15:37

Well it wouldn't be a girls night out if men were invited. I often have a night out "with the girls". Am I discriminating against my dh?

I'm sure the men could organize a lads night out if they want to.

HeadlessForHalloween Fri 12-Oct-12 14:16:46

"Either way I'd still rather shit in my hands and clap that attend "

grin Me too!

I've never been out with any of the parents from school!

MommyVan Fri 12-Oct-12 14:17:26

My DS' nursery also had a dad's night out... DH didn't go, but a friend made her DH go. He reported back that it was a contest in onemanship - cars, houses, holidays, gadgets....

Pretty much like the mums night out I attended (will never go again!!!).

Kewcumber Fri 12-Oct-12 14:17:36

Our school have a dads night out every year. Why not suggest that?

welliesandpyjamas Fri 12-Oct-12 14:18:52

Some of the best nights out/in I've had have been with other school mums but I most certainly wouldn't send a flyer out! If the intention is to build a better sense of community or similar amongst parents then yanbu, the flyer should've been more inclusive.

BettySwollocksandaCrustyRack Fri 12-Oct-12 14:20:03

Sounds like hell on earth!!! It's bad enough dropping DS off at school, let alone going out with them! I'm with the shitting and clapping brigade grin

WorraLiberty Fri 12-Oct-12 14:21:30

"I'm with the shitting and clapping brigade" grin

<< Snort! >>

welliesandpyjamas Fri 12-Oct-12 14:23:42

Then I must be a Lambrini-swigging Cackler grin

sunnyshine Fri 12-Oct-12 14:25:48

How miserable are you lotgrin we go out at least once a month with mums from school! Is a lot of fun and have made some great friends!!

HeadlessForHalloween Fri 12-Oct-12 14:26:19

^^ Lambrini-swigging Cackler Brigade grin

porcamiseria Fri 12-Oct-12 14:27:01

LOL at worra!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! might have to nick that little phrase

Pancakeflipper Fri 12-Oct-12 14:28:20

Our dads go for a curry and never invited a mum or a grandparent yet... Bastards.

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SugariceAndScary Fri 12-Oct-12 14:30:13

School Mums Nights Out on the lash can be the stuff of nightmares the following Monday morning if too much of the golden stuff is consumed grin.

PostBellumBugsy Fri 12-Oct-12 14:30:38

arf @ Worra! I hate these things to. We have one once a term at DD's school & I go because I work & never see anyone or anything to do with school otherwise and I have no friends--/--think they might talk about me grin

autumnlights12 Fri 12-Oct-12 14:31:04

I once went out on a 'Mum's from school night out'.
Only the once.

Narked Fri 12-Oct-12 14:33:45

Another one of these threads from a first time poster?

PostBellumBugsy Fri 12-Oct-12 14:37:15

How do you know Narked? Genuinely curious - how can you tell if someone is a 1st time poster?

Fakebook Fri 12-Oct-12 14:37:17

Yes it is discrimination. Alert the police and other relevant authorities. This is an outrage.

Trills Fri 12-Oct-12 14:38:23

IS there such a thing as cherry lambrini?

GoSakuramachi Fri 12-Oct-12 14:39:14


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