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are you ever wrong?

(33 Posts)
geezerhere Wed 05-Nov-14 23:40:07

Yes or no?

BitOutOfPractice Wed 05-Nov-14 23:45:41

<rolls eyes>

inlectorecumbit Wed 05-Nov-14 23:46:21

Nope grin

Drumdrum60 Wed 05-Nov-14 23:48:01


readyforno2 Wed 05-Nov-14 23:49:59


WellWhoKnew Wed 05-Nov-14 23:50:29

Yes. I married Mr Right.

I have been in the wrong for 15 years.

Sometimes I agree with him. Sometimes I don't.

I'm whimsical like that.

TeeBee Wed 05-Nov-14 23:54:31

No, only misinformed, never wrong. smile

GilbertBlytheWouldGetBit Thu 06-Nov-14 00:03:47

Yay. Why not go over to the Feminism board, I'm absolutely certain your opinions and original debate tactics will be thoroughly appreciated.

trikken Thu 06-Nov-14 00:06:32


OldCatLady Thu 06-Nov-14 00:09:58

Nope. Sometimes I change my mind, but I'm not wrong.

Neither is my partner apparently hmmbullshit

mymummademelistentoshitmusic Thu 06-Nov-14 00:20:21

At the time and in my head, fuck no. Realistically? Fuck yes.

Dirtybadger Thu 06-Nov-14 00:47:59

One time at band camp.

sydlexic Thu 06-Nov-14 00:58:22

Yes, of course.

ZingOfSeven Thu 06-Nov-14 01:07:31

are you geezerhere ?

PlantsAndFlowers Thu 06-Nov-14 01:27:14

Yes. Sometimes it takes a little while before I realise. Not too long generally.

FoxgloveFairy Thu 06-Nov-14 01:31:41

No never. But I could be wrong about that.

AcrossthePond55 Thu 06-Nov-14 03:14:34

Once I thought I was wrong. But I was wrong.

SteveBrucesNose Thu 06-Nov-14 03:30:50

Occasionally mistaken, but never wrong grin

RubbishMantra Thu 06-Nov-14 04:58:55

Are you being a bit of a silly? <pats geezers's head>

Bless your li'l cottons.

daisychain01 Thu 06-Nov-14 06:34:17

Nope. And I frequently put DP in his place - in the wrong.

tallwivglasses Thu 06-Nov-14 06:58:29

OP, are you never wrong tthen?

MamaMed Thu 06-Nov-14 07:15:18

Yes but very occasionally.

ravenmum Thu 06-Nov-14 07:43:11

What do you mean "you"? The Mumsnet collective, saying LTB or cherchez la femme and possibly getting it wrong - or women in general, who never admit to fault?

Meerka Thu 06-Nov-14 07:43:36

yes! ho hum.

GelfBride Thu 06-Nov-14 07:45:49

Ar! as we say round 'ere

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