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HoneyDragon Mon 11-Dec-17 12:04:02

No they don’t.

Stop saying it, it’s a chat forum there are loads of different opinions over a bazillion threads. Try reading responses instead.

OuchBollocks Mon 11-Dec-17 12:06:29

Fucksake. I was getting myself worked up into a righteous lather about generalisations and stereotypes, then you go and be all sensible. Now I need to find something else to froth about. Sigh. grin

TanteRose Mon 11-Dec-17 12:07:03

Very well said

HoneyDragon Mon 11-Dec-17 12:07:15

Sorry matey grin

TrojansAreSmegheads Mon 11-Dec-17 12:07:47

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

flowery Mon 11-Dec-17 12:10:37

YANBU. I've seen that posted on a couple of different threads recently about specific points of view and thought "I've literally never seen anyone on MN say that, let alone 'everyone'". And I've been here for 10 years!

HoneyDragon Mon 11-Dec-17 12:10:38

Let it out Trojans .....I’m pretty much where you are.

Although I am mainly at the “don’t you fucking speak for me and my opinion love, just because I signed up for the same forum as you and you want to sound all edgy and against the majority opinion (that you just made up in your head) stage of disgruntled.

TrojansAreSmegheads Mon 11-Dec-17 12:24:29

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

TwoPoint Mon 11-Dec-17 12:29:36

I assumed that this was going to be a trans thread!

Rufustherenegadereindeer1 Mon 11-Dec-17 12:32:18

trojans

I'm with you on the double standards thing

Winds me right up

ZaZathecat Mon 11-Dec-17 12:47:47

OH YES THEY DO!!!
<getting into Xmas panto mode.

MrsHathaway Mon 11-Dec-17 12:49:01

NAMNALT

(not all MNers)

hazeyjane Mon 11-Dec-17 13:23:40

I thought we were all a Borg like hive mind.

"What do we think about......<insert inanity of choice>"

Rufustherenegadereindeer1 Mon 11-Dec-17 14:25:15

Lets test this hive mind

Im thinking of a number hazey

What is it?

abouttimeforanotherone Mon 11-Dec-17 15:10:18

Rufus is it 12?

Rufustherenegadereindeer1 Mon 11-Dec-17 15:34:43

about

shock

Oh my god...my ghast is truly flabbered!!!

Thats eerie, did it just come to you or did you have to think really really hard?

hazeyjane Mon 11-Dec-17 16:02:36

27 of course

hazeyjane Mon 11-Dec-17 16:05:43

.....oh bollocks, about already said 12

But I know that what Rufus actually meant was 27, because 27 is the number representation of the inner collective soul of mumsnet

paxillin Mon 11-Dec-17 16:21:44

Yes, also see "ONLY on mumsnet" if a poster reports something quite real to them.

Presumably because dismissing others it makes one's own view more relevant?

HoneyDragon Mon 11-Dec-17 17:01:47

Obv the correct answer is always

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