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Witchofzog Sat 12-Oct-19 22:09:45

Mine is a poster who when she was quite young was chased on the motorway late at night by a gang of men who drove dangerously, too close and who behaved in a threatening way. She was terrified and ended up pulling into some services which were deserted aside from a group of lorry drivers. Terrified and crying she screeched to a halt by them, unsure whether she was jumping from the frying pan into the fire. They turned out to be her saviours who chased the car away and escorted her back to her junction with her little car sandwiched between their huge lorries. She had the name of one of the drivers (Alf?) Who she said she thought of often who had been so kind to her and who had shared his thermos of tea with her that had been made by his wife.

I have just passed my driving test but this post stuck with me, even before driving was on my radar.

Anyone else?

MyMuffinsStuck Sat 12-Oct-19 22:52:13

That's a really nice story. My favourite post is a bit rude and will completely lower the tone after that one I'm afraid (apologies blush) but it's the first one that comes to mind.

There was a thread where the OP attempted to make her own candles for christmas gifts. But they didn't set properly and ended up looking like big veiny knobs which was hilarious in itself but prompted my favourite ever post from someone who simply commented....

"Wankee Candles!"

I've mentioned this before on a thread about funniest comments on mumsnet ages ago and the poster was on so I was able to personally thank them for their genius! grin

Northernsoullover Sat 12-Oct-19 22:55:02

It was a thread about someone who had an aversion to semen. One poster piped up 'its semen not wheelie bin juice' I did actually laugh out loud at that grin

refraction Sat 12-Oct-19 22:55:45

Mine again lowering the the tone after that lovely post ,but memorable all the same,is when a poster said their Vagina looked like a punched lasagne.

ViciousJackdaw Sat 12-Oct-19 23:03:03

I remember the Wankee Candles! There was also Workzilla, who went to WORK and Miss Jolly, of 'Bugger off and good day to you' fame

The one post I have never forgotten was MrsPresley and her reminder to use reins.

SuperSaturdaySteve Sat 12-Oct-19 23:03:44

Mine is on a thread about people smoking weed in public, and one poster said, “Everyone! You can’t get high from someone else smoking near you! My dad smoked in our house since I was a baby and I’ve never been affected by it!”

Er, or you’ve developed a massive tolerance due to enormous exposure? I think about that every time I walk past someone smoking a huge joint. (Which is often)

beautiful rural village face

PennyNotSoWise Sat 12-Oct-19 23:06:57

A nice one from not long ago, I think it was in Style and Beauty. I hope the poster doesn't mind me sharing, but it was lovely.

The OP was really down about her appearance, and put a pic up to 'prove' it. Her posts were really sad to read, and the picture was taken at an unflattering angle-she was looking down to the camera. So quite a few posters put their own pictures up, taken at the same angle as the OP's, to show that no one looks flattering when the photo is taken in that way.

It just struck me how kind the posters were to do that for the OP. I wish I'd had the courage to do it but chickened it, so fair play to them. It was really heartwarming, and I hope the OP of that thread is doing better now.

GreenTulips Sat 12-Oct-19 23:10:53

The poster who’s boyfriend fell asleep on the sofa ..... she asked ‘shall I leave him or wank him up’ ..... in error .... cue quite a few funny posts, It sounded painful!

KickBishopBrennanUpTheArse Sat 12-Oct-19 23:13:25

Punch the cake grin

GeorgieTheGorgeousGoat Sat 12-Oct-19 23:13:40

‘TSC Is that you?’

awesomeaircraft Sat 12-Oct-19 23:15:25

My favourite post was in a thread about getting babies to sleep. The sort of threads that can end up in a bun fight...

A poster said something along the lines of:
"I dream of a house where the floor is covered of mattresses and we will just fall asleep whenever/ wherever we are standing"

I just loved the image and it was music to my sleep deprived brain.

OhJustElfOff Sat 12-Oct-19 23:16:01

I can't remember what the thread was about, something food related presumably, but I can never forget the typo 'boil in the vag'

Bumfuzzled Sat 12-Oct-19 23:16:58

My favourite is the poster who met Chris Packham in a shop and was so flustered she blurted out “Piss Crackham” and ran off embarrassed grin

Sorry Chris Packham but you are forever known as Piss Crackham in our house - even though we really like you on the telly!

Igetknockeddownbutgetupagain Sat 12-Oct-19 23:20:04

Whichever genius it was that suggested the OP who found vibrators in a bag of baby clothes gifted by her neighbour, should invite her round and make her tea, and nonchalantly stir the tea with one while deep in conversation. Honestly, I’ve started cry-laughing again just typing this at the mental picture of it grin

Duffmcstockings Sat 12-Oct-19 23:22:42

Some joyless wonder, who on a food thread said 'we only have peas once or twice a year, as they are too carby " hmm

Luaa Sat 12-Oct-19 23:24:44

I don't have anything to add, boil in the bag is the only one mentioned that I actually saw. I am really enjoying this thread though!

FenellaVelour Sat 12-Oct-19 23:25:17

I still remember the thread about the woman who had some stomach problems while out on a date with a posh guy, and him saying to her something like “Darling, are you ok? You smell faintly of botty.”

To this day I still tell my husband that he smells faintly of botty. Even when he smells enormously of it.

whereareallmyhairbands Sat 12-Oct-19 23:25:17

@Igetknockeddownbutgetupagain LOL YES!!!!! that made me laugh so much!!

whereareallmyhairbands Sat 12-Oct-19 23:26:42

One for me, is a really simple one - but for whatever reason makes me laugh.

An OP was moaning that people said her name was common and how she felt offended etc (she wrote the whole post without saying her name)

First comment was "Calm down Sharon"

1CantPickAName Sat 12-Oct-19 23:30:30

The poster on the Lunch Club thread who suggested the poster push her face into her food and say “I hope you enjoy your free lunch”. As if? But the mental image is ridiculously hilarious!

Witchofzog Sat 12-Oct-19 23:31:37

I am loving these already. Some are already familiar. Especially the smelling faintly of botty grin. Please keep them coming

WetDogsSmell Sat 12-Oct-19 23:34:38

“Is that you, UCM?“

The poster had namechanged to post an embarrassing vagina story but the name change hadn’t worked

Also the poster who talked about putting semen in their hair rather than serum (it may have been their dd who had said this, I can’t remember now)

emwithme Sat 12-Oct-19 23:37:18

"Your minge"

Think of that every time I go swimming or drive past the pool!

LucyAutumn Sat 12-Oct-19 23:39:13

OP was complaining about how prolific swearing was nowadays and how they had no time for it and someone answered with "Off you fuck then cunty chops" grin

ClaudiaSchiffersUglySister Sat 12-Oct-19 23:45:16

Oh yes, boil in the vag, marvellous.

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