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ilovesprouts Thu 11-Jun-09 21:31:39

i posterd last week on 3 teenages ,who passed nasty comments obout my son whos got sn/gdd one of the boys mum came today [and yesterday] as my dd16 had a go at him and today she supposed to have kicked him !!!she storms round to my house giving the "gob and finger"and saying hes 15 well he is not hes 16 he was as school with my dd [was a sod then]not that im saying mines no angel ,her son called my son whos 2 a "spazz/mong " and i hate them words so i lost my cool and told her to fck off im so angry x10 and telling me shes off to the police to get her done for assult fgs im so ticked off now angry as hell ....

Doodle2u Thu 11-Jun-09 21:33:19

Blimey - did you know you type like Vicky Pollard when you've got one on you?

YANBU, by the way!

mumblechum Thu 11-Jun-09 21:33:51

Erm, Ok.

<<backs away slowly>>

Rhubarb Thu 11-Jun-09 21:35:48

Are you a character out of Eastenders?

Sorry, but it's does all seem very aggressive and I've rather lost the plot there. This mother's son has been picking on your ds who has sn, so your dd kicked him? Now the mother is calling the police to get your dd done for assault?

Sorry, but I'm a great believer in words that are mightier than the sword and I think it's a lesson you ought to teach your dd. I can understand her wanting to protect her brother, but not by getting into fights with these ignorant people. If they call him a spazz and a mong, she should reply "you really shouldn't talk about yourself in that way!" Patronise him, talk down to him. As for the mother, forget her. The police won't bother with a trivial incident like this.

brimfull Thu 11-Jun-09 21:36:33

lol at vicky pollard

ThePhantomPlopper Thu 11-Jun-09 21:37:26

The woman sounds like a nasty piece of work.

Doodle - you made me LOL.

ThePhantomPlopper Thu 11-Jun-09 21:37:41

The woman sounds like a nasty piece of work.

Doodle - you made me LOL.

LadyAga Thu 11-Jun-09 21:39:51

Vicky Pollard - ba ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!

booyhoo Thu 11-Jun-09 21:41:02

totally agree with rhubarb.

Gorionine Thu 11-Jun-09 21:43:40

what is a "spazz/mong"

[ignorant emoticon]

GumsNRoses Thu 11-Jun-09 21:44:59

Yeah innit hmm

Doodle2u Thu 11-Jun-09 21:45:57

Gori - it's vile terminology - really, really offensive. I'll explain tomorrow. What you doing on here at this time anyway!?!

Gorionine Thu 11-Jun-09 21:57:56

The Dcs are in bed,DH is at the mosque, it is that or the dishes!

ilovesprouts Thu 11-Jun-09 22:13:36

vicky pollard im not ,i just a sahm whos sick off kids taking the p out of my son .would you put up with it if it was your kids, i think not and rubarb watever !!

ilovesprouts Thu 11-Jun-09 22:15:14

sorry ment doodle2u

tallulahbelly Thu 11-Jun-09 22:18:17

In the midst of all that you referred to yourself as being 'ticked off'?

You are an EastEnders scriptwriter suffering a bit of writers' block and I claim my pony.

chegirl Thu 11-Jun-09 22:20:45

ilove I really feel for you. Its very very hard to keep your cool with all this going on and some scummer shouting on your doorstep.

I think it unlikely this woman will go to the police. Even if she did they would be unlikely to take it further. Even if they did it would be in the form of a quick chat and 'best not to get into a row' talk.

Rhubarb may have rubbed you up the wrong way but she does make sense. If you manage to take the high ground this woman will look like the sad slapper she is and you will feel better.

I have been known to bawl like a fishwife when riled but I always always feel better if I keep my cool. Even if I am shaking and boiling inside I know I have won if I do that.

Dont let this thing get out of hand. Women like that thrive on conflict and feuds. They dont have anything else going on.

Hope its ok.

ilovesprouts Thu 11-Jun-09 22:26:22

im ok now thanks, i loose my cool when kids take the p out of my son, they are just knob heads smile.

tallulahbelly Thu 11-Jun-09 22:28:26

Still winding us up?

ilovesprouts Thu 11-Jun-09 22:32:24

hmm

Rhubarb Thu 11-Jun-09 22:32:30

She's not a troll.

Look, when I was a kid I hit some other kid who took the piss out of my bro, he has special needs too. However the mother didn't come round to our house ranting, I just got hauled in front of the Head who spent 10 mins staring at me, without a word. I won the staring competition! grin

But the scenario you describe sprouts, does sound a tad common. I suggest you do take the higher ground and just laugh at her. I think that'd be my first reaction to an irate mum jabbing and effing on my doorstep!

ilovesprouts Thu 11-Jun-09 22:39:12

nope im not a troll, im a mum whos fed up of people who think its ok to take the mick out out sn kids. any how nuff said smile

Doodle2u Fri 12-Jun-09 09:22:40

"Whatever!"

<smirk> - good, you've not lost your sense of humour! grin

Whilst I agree with what Rhubarb is saying, I still don't think YABU. You snapped and I've done this when feeling defensive of my children. I wonder if by saying what you said, t'other mother might think twice before coming to your door and throwing her weight around.

I'm doubtful her child will stop the snide stuff with your son though. Children are just vile adults-in-waiting, without the social niceties that prevent them from keeping their gobs shut.

Good luck anyway.

junglist1 Fri 12-Jun-09 10:26:10

calling someone a mong is the lowest of the low. You acted as I would have. This scumbag should be teaching her kids how to treat others SN or not! Police my arse!!!

MissSunny Fri 12-Jun-09 18:40:31

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