(119 Posts)
VulvaVoom Tue 22-Oct-13 19:17:09

FairyLea is now famous grin

Sorry for link but this has to be seen to be believed.

VulvaVoom Tue 22-Oct-13 19:17:49

Trying again with link:

ManifestoMT Tue 22-Oct-13 19:18:07

SoupDragon Tue 22-Oct-13 19:20:03

It wasn't just in the Mail. Didn't another thread earlier quote the Telegraph?

IslaValargeone Tue 22-Oct-13 19:21:00

On the comments section "The mums there are a disgrace" hmm

Heartbrokenmum73 Tue 22-Oct-13 19:21:17

Aw, crap, clicked on a Fail link!

But seriously, do they think that Mum's just talk about nappies and weaning? That after we give birth we're just 'Mother' and only think babies and baby/child-related things.

Fuck off Daily Fail!

ManifestoMT Tue 22-Oct-13 19:22:48

I personally find mumsnet to be full of coarse women who talk about men and sex in a really unsavoury way. The half baked advise, obscene language and man-hating is unbelievable and woe betide anybody who disagrees with the general consensus. Small minded bullies with nothing better to do with their time. Then they all wonder why their husbands work late all the time.

That's me that's coarse and unsavory
Like a Gregg's sausage roll

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Wishfulmakeupping Tue 22-Oct-13 19:22:55

Comments are a fab read grin

IamChristmas Tue 22-Oct-13 19:23:10

Omg, the fact that people discuss sex is news??

Leviticus Tue 22-Oct-13 19:23:15

Love Justine's breezy 'get over yourselves' response.

saintmerryweather Tue 22-Oct-13 19:23:48

bits of that 'article' look identical to the telegraph one...

ouryve Tue 22-Oct-13 19:24:23

Lifted straight from the torygraph. People have even namechanged in Joanna Baxter's honour. How dare we discuss all aspects of our lives as women.

And I'm disgusted that we only start a raunchy thread per day. I was expecting much more than that.

ManifestoMT Tue 22-Oct-13 19:24:49

Fuck off daily fail , you misogynistic racist begruger

SoupDragon Tue 22-Oct-13 19:26:00

This is the Telegraph verison. Which looks pretty much the same as the Mail one hmm

SoupDragon Tue 22-Oct-13 19:26:52

And this is the TElegraph thread

lurkinglorna Tue 22-Oct-13 19:27:02

Every Daily Mail writer NEEDS A GOOD FISTING that will loosen them up a bit.

mignonnetteZOMBIEKILLEROFHQ Tue 22-Oct-13 19:27:58



Do you think they heard that?

Back2Two Tue 22-Oct-13 19:28:49


perfectstorm Tue 22-Oct-13 19:29:29

Well I must say I think this is quite disgusting, and I personally am extremely concerned. I've been on MN for years and I never find these explicit threads! It's not fair; I want to be titillated and appalled by you dirty heifers, and what do I get? Zilch. Nada. Nyet.

All these women grumbling that they just want to read pure and wholesome chats about mothering and keep falling over filth - why don't I ever see them?! I feel robbed. sad

lurkinglorna Tue 22-Oct-13 19:29:34

Paul Dacre looks like he likes rimming, I can tell by his face,

youarewinning Tue 22-Oct-13 19:29:53

Am actually pmsl that it's deemed coarse and unnecessary for 'mums' to discuss sex.

How the fuck do they think we become mums hmm

WilsonFrickett Tue 22-Oct-13 19:31:15

Did anyone else notice the typo on Hadrian's wall - HARDian's wall? grin

<Proud to be a mucky mum>

MrsCakesPremonition Tue 22-Oct-13 19:31:33

It is a shame that the DM and DT are so late to the penis beaker party.

Do you think they are surprised to find out that women talk about sex? Always have done, always will. After all, sex is how they became mums in the first place.

SomethingOnce Tue 22-Oct-13 19:32:22

Just off now to throw some red arrows around...

DevilsRoulette Tue 22-Oct-13 19:32:22

mn promised to remove obscene posts?

They'd better not. grin

You know, the thing is that most of the really mucky creepy sex threads are started by creepy little fuckers who only join up because the mail and other crappy papers run articles like this.

I predict several new members who need advice on whether it's acceptable to make macaroni cheese after you've boinged a big hole in the cheddar, and 1001 dirty uses for a feather duster and half a pineapple.

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