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Aibu or are topsy and tim

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Abbinob Tue 09-Feb-16 17:43:05

The most gigantic "nursery aged" children ever?hmm

starry0ne Tue 09-Feb-16 17:44:47

I loved the title... but yes you are right

BusyCee Tue 09-Feb-16 17:46:59

Topsy and fucking Tim give me the RAAAAAAAGE

elliejjtiny Tue 09-Feb-16 17:47:39

YANBU. It makes me want to shout at the tv. Also those children/puppets on get well soon whose parents just send them to the gp on their own. It gives me the rage. DS1 thinks it's hilarious that I get cross about it!

Koopz Tue 09-Feb-16 17:49:05

We just said that! The mum is the most irritating of all.

Buttercup27 Tue 09-Feb-16 17:49:39

Also does anyone with rl twins actually call them twins e.g. yesterday she said "twins it's bed time" do people actually talk to their children like that? Sounded so weird.

ManneryTowers Tue 09-Feb-16 17:49:57

YANBU. And who has one cheese sandwich for tea?

Pico2 Tue 09-Feb-16 17:51:27

I don't think they could get children the right age who could act sufficiently.

Abbinob Tue 09-Feb-16 17:51:28

I never really paid muxh attention whilst ds watched it but when I saw the first day at school episode I was so confused,surely theyre not quite old enough for middle/secondary school, I thought. Oh. They're supposed to be started primary school. Wtaf
My and dp like to take the piss out of the weird never annoyed always creepily over enthusiastic, every days a learning day parents whenever it's on now blush

BillThePony Tue 09-Feb-16 17:51:45

My nephew was a bit into this on a while back and it was awful, they look about 7 and all they ever went on about was moving house. Did they ever move?

AndYourBirdCanSing Tue 09-Feb-16 17:52:42

oh Buttercup I do with my twins blush who incidentally adore Topsy and Tim. The mother just generally makes me feel like a failure grin

ManneryTowers Tue 09-Feb-16 17:52:42

Yes they moved. The new house still looks a tip though!

AndYourBirdCanSing Tue 09-Feb-16 17:54:54

But I also have boy/girl twins. If I had same sex I would probably just say 'come on boys/girls!'

Hihohoho1 Tue 09-Feb-16 17:55:07

Omg op my teen dd has literally just said that. And we are both now fucking itching. Disclaimer watching with small children. grin

To be fair anything is getter than George pig! Yesterday saw an episode where twatty faced Daddy pig called doctor dog because the brat had a cold. He had a cold apparently as he didn't wear his rain hat!! I mean who is the medical advisor for the show? My dm?

Outaboutnowt Tue 09-Feb-16 17:58:27

YANBU. 'Twintabulous' Topsy and 'Twintastic' Tim <vom>
Everything about the programme is awful and the age difference is so noticeable, they look about 9.

ItsAllGoingToBeFine Tue 09-Feb-16 18:00:10

They are also biologically impossible. You can't have boy/girl identical twins. Unless one us transgender

This has always irrationally irritated me angry

BillThePony Tue 09-Feb-16 18:00:09

And didn't the mum shag Max Branning in Eastenders?

Or am I going mad.

megletthesecond Tue 09-Feb-16 18:02:55

The Mum is on happy pills, or drunk. No one is that chilled out.

mannary their house is tidy! which says a lot about mine

Hihohoho1 Tue 09-Feb-16 18:03:53

And on cbeenies what's the relationship between flop and Bing? Seriously is he the worlds smallest nanny or a cleaner or slave or cm?

slebmum1 Tue 09-Feb-16 18:04:44

Id quite like to punch smug mum too.

ManneryTowers Tue 09-Feb-16 18:06:38

Apologies meglet but I have to differ. Stickers on the furniture .... Shudder grin

BloodyDogHairs Tue 09-Feb-16 18:07:01

Is this a new series....has she had her baby yet? I'm only asking for my 3yr old obviously.

Blowninonabreeze Tue 09-Feb-16 18:07:28

The Actress who plays Topsy wrote into Aquila a few months ago and said she was 9.

Agree 4 year olds couldn't act like that

Hihohoho1 Tue 09-Feb-16 18:07:55

I think it was friends mum who was upduffed?

toomuchtooold Tue 09-Feb-16 18:09:58

buttercup does anyone with rl twins actually call them twins e.g. yesterday she said "twins it's bed time" do people actually talk to their children like that?
I refer to mine collectively as "ladies". Not often though, as about 90% of my interaction with them is stopping one from bopping the other on the head.

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