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I think this may be my first AIBU thread - and on a Monday morning too...

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SorenLorensen Mon 22-Sep-08 09:06:02

AIBU to think a T-shirt which reads...

"GOOD MANNERS COST FUCK ALL, DICKHEAD"

is not perhaps the most appropriate attire to wear to take your kids to primary school in the morning?

One of the Dads at ds2's primary school thinks it is.

FluffyMummy123 Mon 22-Sep-08 09:06:43

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LittleMyDancing Mon 22-Sep-08 09:07:06

YANBU. I hate t-shirts like this in any context, but at primary school it's particularly rubbish.

GrabShellDude Mon 22-Sep-08 09:07:30

Horrible, horrible, horrible. Not even remotely funny.

UANBU. smile

TeaDr1nker Mon 22-Sep-08 09:07:34

i hate those crass t shirts...

PuzzleRocks Mon 22-Sep-08 09:07:36

I like to swear as much as the next person but that would really piss me off. YANBU

missblythe Mon 22-Sep-08 09:07:51

That's really nice.

When DD was tiny, one of the Mums at the Breastfeeding Support Group wore a tee saying "The meek don't inherit shit", which I also though was lovely.

FluffyMummy123 Mon 22-Sep-08 09:08:08

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RubySlippers Mon 22-Sep-08 09:08:19

horrid and crass IMO

AnarchyAunt Mon 22-Sep-08 09:08:56

Dad at DD's kindergarten turns up in one saying 'Shake what yo mama gave you' with silhouette of Playboy-esque lady on.

Why? I mean, why???

FluffyMummy123 Mon 22-Sep-08 09:09:27

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missblythe Mon 22-Sep-08 09:10:15

Dry humping! At school?!

littlelapin Mon 22-Sep-08 09:10:47

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hecate Mon 22-Sep-08 09:11:14

Not appropriate at all. I can hear it now "What does 'dickhead' mean, mummy?" "what does 'fuck' mean, mummy?"

Not to mention that it's not even funny (oh haha my clothes tell someone off for having no manners, by swearing and insulting, how ironic of me hmm) and that clothes with 'funny' writings on them are naffola.

So inappropriate language and crimes against both humour and fashion.

FluffyMummy123 Mon 22-Sep-08 09:12:11

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expatinscotland Mon 22-Sep-08 09:12:33

that would go over like a lead balloon around here.

where do these folks even find these clothes.

expatinscotland Mon 22-Sep-08 09:12:34

that would go over like a lead balloon around here.

where do these folks even find these clothes.

SlartyBartFast Mon 22-Sep-08 09:12:52

what could^/^would the school do though?

SlartyBartFast Mon 22-Sep-08 09:13:20

if the school sent a letter the culprits would be saying

its a free country for fuck's sake!!

FluffyMummy123 Mon 22-Sep-08 09:13:37

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FluffyMummy123 Mon 22-Sep-08 09:14:03

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VictorianSqualor Mon 22-Sep-08 09:16:28

<<takes off her sweary tee before the next school run>>

SorenLorensen Mon 22-Sep-08 09:16:34

I live in nice leafy Cheshire (well, my bit's not so nice...but still Cheshire grin)

Janni Mon 22-Sep-08 09:16:42

You are so not being unreasonable.

Poor kid if that's what passes as humour in his home.

SorenLorensen Mon 22-Sep-08 09:18:05

I'm not going to speak to the head - I know him fairly well by now and he wouldn't be interested.

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