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I'm a baby booming fussy eater. Shoot me now.

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penniechews Tue 10-Feb-15 14:56:07

I'm starting to feel distinctly unwelcome on MN, in spite of being on here for years. AIBU?

specialsubject Tue 10-Feb-15 14:57:39

not quite the full set for total jealousy; you need to become a landlord. wink

penniechews Tue 10-Feb-15 14:59:41

special Not me, but my daughter is, do I get points for that.

SaucyMare Tue 10-Feb-15 15:01:14

is she landlord of a house you only have because you are a baby boomer, so you got it in '75 for £400

Mrsstarlord Tue 10-Feb-15 15:01:55

Are you a step mum? That will increase your standing in the hatred stakes for MN

Behindthepaintedgarden Tue 10-Feb-15 15:04:07

Are you a MIL? Because then you are public enemy no 1.

penniechews Tue 10-Feb-15 15:08:30

I'm letting the side down now, I'm not a SM or a MIL, I do however live in the S.E. That's got to help.

GoooRooo Tue 10-Feb-15 15:09:41

Do you wear bootcut jeans or fascinators too? Both executable offences apparently.

LooksLikeImStuckHere Tue 10-Feb-15 15:12:38

Do you live in London in a £1 million + house?

Also, are you a vegetarian fussy eater because they are the worst (and I say that as a fully paid up member of that particular club) grin

LooksLikeImStuckHere Tue 10-Feb-15 15:13:21

Oooo and do you own a toilet brush?

Almostfifty Tue 10-Feb-15 15:15:21

Waterfall Cardigan? Tick
Bootcut jeans? Tick
Landlady? Tick
Babyboomer? Tick
Fussy eater? Tick
Own my house? Tick
SAHM (grown up children)? Tick

Think I'd better go too.

123upthere Tue 10-Feb-15 15:18:01

Do you give mums with babies in supermarkets either the disapproving 'you shouldn't be breeding' look or are you the nicer type of baby boomer who offers to hold the baby if it's crying?

penniechews Tue 10-Feb-15 15:18:17

I don't live in a million pound house, but I know someone who knows someone who does.

Mrsstarlord Tue 10-Feb-15 15:18:31

poor attempt Penniechews.

Perhaps you could throw in a couple of spelling mistakes to make it up to us?

Almostfifty Tue 10-Feb-15 15:19:07

My house would be a million pound house if I lived in London, do you think that counts?

Behindthepaintedgarden Tue 10-Feb-15 15:20:02

Where do you stand on:

P&C parking?
Gregg's sausage rolls?

Lilymaid Tue 10-Feb-15 15:21:33

I live in a house that is too big for me and DH (or would be if we could get DSs belongings out) and I am still working and preventing younger people getting jobs. I have also got a chronic illness so will cost the NHS/future tax payers a lot. Shoot me now.

happygirl87 Tue 10-Feb-15 15:21:56

I'm a fussy eating step mum wearing a waterfall cardigan! grin

BUT only late 20s and will never get on the property ladder...where do I rank please?

I have 2 loo brushes and hardly ever wash my towels <throws grenade> <runs>

happygirl87 Tue 10-Feb-15 15:23:33

Ooh my Mum has a 4x4 with....a personalised number plate!! And I like hot I have to leave a join net mums?! Please say no, I need to live in a land where adults can swear!

penniechews Tue 10-Feb-15 15:23:52

I always smile sympathetically at people with crying babies, but I would be far too scared to offer to hold one.

I don't kiss or touch babies, as I said, I've been on here a long time.

CuddlesfromChickens Tue 10-Feb-15 15:24:59

Pennie flowers cake

I have no issue with Baby Boomers.

I have no issues with fussy eaters.

I'm sure you are lovely.

florentina1 Tue 10-Feb-15 15:25:00

How are you on Lemon Drizzle cake? How do you stand on mums taking shop bought cake to the school Fayre?

We need to know these things before we can figure out whether you are a true hate figure.

OnlyLovers Tue 10-Feb-15 15:25:22

Oh, you can feel unwelcome for anything if you look on here long enough.

I have been or could be taken to task on MN for
- having friends over for pancakes
- not agreeing with women taking their husbands' names on marriage
- living in That London with all its myriad sins and affectations
- liking real coffee, not instant

I wouldn't take it to heart.

wigglesrock Tue 10-Feb-15 15:26:21

Well I'm a sneaky smoker who can't stand most vegetables and also sees her parents a few times a week and relied on them for childcare, I think I'm in the lead wink

FaFoutis Tue 10-Feb-15 15:26:30

Do you say 'could of' ?

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