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Daily Mail and each day I read a story from this site they have reported.

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Mummmy2017 Tue 30-May-17 10:51:40

Since we now seem to have a direct line to the Daily Mail, what would you like them to stop reporting about?

Mine is calling every bum they see Peachy...

ghostyslovesheets Tue 30-May-17 10:53:35

any women walking in a public space being seen as 'flaunting' her 'womanly curves/long legs/beach body'

Creatureofthenight Tue 30-May-17 10:55:32

Good shout ghosty, I second that.

flashheartscanoe Tue 30-May-17 10:56:35

Let's start a mumsnet campaign to stop going to the daily mail site? Lets see if they report on that?
Every time you go there it gets counted and adds to their advertising revenue.
Don't contribute to their hate.

EnjoyYourShitCake Tue 30-May-17 11:05:37

Why are you reading it if you hate it? I never get that.

I can't stand the DM so I don't read it, or click links that send me to it. Why contribute to the popularity of something that you purport to hate?

StillDrivingMeBonkers Tue 30-May-17 11:08:57

I hate the fact people think they can dictate what I may or may not read because they don't like it.

If you don't want to read the DM, then don't - stop generating revenue by clicking links.

user1491572121 Tue 30-May-17 11:10:24


"She displayed her pins in a sparkly dress."


icanteven Tue 30-May-17 11:24:04

The last one that jumped out at me was "stems" for legs. V. odd indeed.

As in "(Insert name of professional woman known for her legal, political or sporting prowess) displays/flaunts her slender stems out and about in London yesterday."

originalbiglymavis Tue 30-May-17 11:26:45

Oh just tell them to piss off and do some proper journalism. And they can quote me on that (Mavis, 42, elegant, leggy blonde from West London, living in a £ half a million docklands flat with astronaut husband and 18 cats).

ShoutOutToMyEx Tue 30-May-17 11:31:00

'Busty'. Every woman is 'busty'.

I also used to get the rage at 'hitmaker', used to describe a popular singer. Just a ridiculous word.

ArgyMargy Tue 30-May-17 11:35:05

Do you understand the phrase "oxygen of publicity"? You are putting money in their hands.

Moussemoose Tue 30-May-17 11:36:40

Every woman is in fact "a girl" - tossers

Smeaton Tue 30-May-17 11:38:13

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

picklemepopcorn Tue 30-May-17 11:42:44

I'd love to join in as it's a great sentiment, but I never look at it, so can't. I've been disgusted by reports of the photos of celebrity children looking 'hot', 'stunning' etc. Really sleazy.

TheNaze73 Tue 30-May-17 11:45:35

Are you trying to be the East German Stasi?

I read more threads on here moaning about the DM than actual links so everyone getting irrationally excited about it, just gives them more traffic.

putdownyourphone Tue 30-May-17 11:51:04

Pregnant celebs 'flaunting' their bump. No, they have a bump and they can't hide it because it's part of their body, they aren't 'flaunting' anything

originalbiglymavis Tue 30-May-17 11:55:41

You couldn't have hidden my bump. I was like a stick insect shoplifting pillows.

LurkingHusband Tue 30-May-17 11:56:17

If the Daily Mail really are stealing stories from here, does no one find themselves tempted to teach them a lesson by inventing a story and letting them run with it until their gullibility can be revealed ?

Or maybe people already have hmm smile

PrivatePike Tue 30-May-17 11:56:35

Laughing at 'hitmaker' - the writers are so weird! I mean stems, really!

PrivatePike Tue 30-May-17 11:57:27

'Songstress' too

PeaFaceMcgee Tue 30-May-17 12:01:56

Such and such puts on a 'busty display' (inc papped pic of harrassed woman minding her own business)

ItsAllGoingToBeFine Tue 30-May-17 12:03:43

YABVU to read that rag....

MaisyPops Tue 30-May-17 12:06:47

A woman never wears clothes. She has to be flaunting her assets or modelling the clothes.

One thread on here somebody share a quotation of a woman "displaying" her baby bump. It's just there! Hardly a display!

I won't click on any link to them now because they are a vile excuse of a paper and are as bad as Katie Hopkins in terms of spouting backward hateful ideas.

CoughingForWeeks Tue 30-May-17 12:09:53

Same as Pickle - celebrity children being referred to as 'all grown up', especially young teens on a beach holiday . They're children, you revolting creeps!

liquidrevolution Tue 30-May-17 12:10:15

overuse of the word 'stuns' - and not when referring to tazer use. Makes my teeth itch.

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