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To think that sleepovers should have another name

(26 Posts)
Thisisadumbusername Sat 01-Oct-16 13:19:36

Nobody sleeps anyway, they just annoy the host parent so much that they won't have them anymoreangry Then they find someone elses to stay at. Instead of sleepover, i suggest Annoy-a-thon.

theocat Sat 01-Oct-16 13:22:28

We just call them stayawakeovers.

eddiemairswife Sat 01-Oct-16 13:26:51

When I was little it was called 'staying the night with a friend'.

RebelandaStunner Sat 01-Oct-16 13:46:49

Sleepovers are basically
Jetlag without leaving your house.

Brilliant invention hmm

susiella Sat 01-Oct-16 14:55:56

Stayawakerunaboutandscreamovers?

Ethelswith Sat 01-Oct-16 14:57:35

Lack-of-sleepover

yeOldeTrout Sat 01-Oct-16 14:59:54

Wake-overs.
But I make them sleep tbh, I am the big bad meanie.

crispandcheesesanwichplease Sat 01-Oct-16 15:29:28

And this is why I shall never, ever host one! Will happily have all manner of kids at the house during the day but once 8pm comes they just have to go!

chattygranny Sat 01-Oct-16 15:31:06

I used to call them stay-up-and-get-bad-tempered-overs

FarAwayHills Sat 01-Oct-16 15:31:57

Drives me nuts - DD is like the she devil the following day.

Seems like going to play/ hang out/ have tea at someone's house is no longer sufficient they now have to stay the night and have a bloody mini break.

Wakeoverangry

chattygranny Sat 01-Oct-16 15:32:15

Teengirls were the worst - the bitchiness!

KatieB55 Sat 01-Oct-16 16:21:57

I was the worst mother because I never allowed sleepovers (at ours or anywhere else) during term-time. Getting kids up on a Monday for school after a Saturday night sleepover was just impossible.

AGrinWithoutACat Sat 01-Oct-16 16:39:16

Am hmming at this thread as I listen to DD and the 3 friends she has round for a 'sleep'over, already hyped and I haven't opened the bags of sugar and E numbers sweets yet!

They will crash about 2 I reckon but will have a fab time grin

papayasareyum Sat 01-Oct-16 16:43:12

night parties
scream-a-thons
wake overs
Definitely NOT sleepovers

MumOnTheRunCatchingUp Sat 01-Oct-16 16:52:40

After a bad experience they are now banned!

Patsy99 Sat 01-Oct-16 16:58:42

Write-off-Sunday overs?

HelenaJustina Sat 01-Oct-16 17:00:30

Hosting our first today, but only one guest who I have known her whole life so will be making them sleep!

EnidColeslaw771 Sat 01-Oct-16 17:06:46

Haha, I read your thread title and immediately thought Overnight Annoyathon... Great minds!

NeonPinkNails Sat 01-Oct-16 17:08:38

Like so many other activities sleepovers have now become 'a thing'. As a pp said, we used to just stay at somebody's house now and then, no big deal. But now they have to have popcorn and sweets and fizzy drinks and something special for breakfast the next day - costs a bloody fortune so I suggest Rip-Off-Parents-Overs confused.

Tissunnyupnorth Sat 01-Oct-16 17:10:56

Notonmylifeathon
Goawayitsmybednottheloo-athon
Neveragainathon

Shutthefuckupandsleepover

Can you tell I don't like them?

Whathaveilost Sat 01-Oct-16 17:11:22

No-one-gets-to -sleep-overs

FunkinEll Sat 01-Oct-16 17:12:15

Hell on earth

MumOnTheRunCatchingUp Sat 01-Oct-16 17:14:23

Just be cautious ..... you never know who is around at these sleepovers. You have no control over who has access to your kids

itsmine Sat 01-Oct-16 17:14:28

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Adelie0404 Sat 01-Oct-16 17:23:10

My daughter thinks it is really "sleepisover"
Ha ha.
Never ever in term time.

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