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Judgeypants emoticon request

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roundtable Mon 12-Sep-11 11:43:26

MNHQ is it possible to have an emoticon of a little judge, with the wig on, dressed only in a pair of pants? I think red would be a good colour for the pants but others might have different ideas.
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That way we won't have to engage with the judgeypants posters that go from thread to thread, deliberately disagreeing with people for the sake of it or mocking and looking down on certain groups or individuals.

Thanks,
Roundtable

WhoseGotMyEyebrows Thu 15-Sep-11 15:05:10

I think we need a sarcasm one but don't know how the hell that should look.

Byeckerslike Thu 15-Sep-11 15:06:20

Excellent idea roundtable!

TrillianAstra Thu 15-Sep-11 15:13:45

I would like to say thank you for posting this in the correct topic. Is that OK?

I do like the idea of an emoticon but I think it should just be a pair of white y-fronts.

OTOH, we have lots of emoticons already.

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ArmageddonOuttahere Thu 15-Sep-11 15:14:57

just a pair of large frilly bloomers should do.

crazynanna Thu 15-Sep-11 15:21:03

Trillian grin

roundtable Thu 15-Sep-11 15:22:50

Oh I thought it was a crap idea as noone had replied!

I can see a judge with his/her back to us looking coyly over their shoulder with a big pair of pants. Or perhaps a leopard print thong....

Hmmm, I've given this far too much thought haven't I?

Thanks Trillian, didn't want to invoke the wrath of the tampon!

mousymouse Thu 15-Sep-11 15:23:09

just a cameltoe thingy would be sufficient

RebeccaMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 15-Sep-11 16:11:17

<hoists-up Judgeypants>

Thank you for the suggestion.. anyone else?

<boak> mousymouse

WhoseGotMyEyebrows Thu 15-Sep-11 20:21:33

What about just a pair of pants? They could be frilly! Or is that sexist? . . . Unisex pants!

Paschaelina Thu 15-Sep-11 20:24:08

I imagine them as slightly greying too-big y-fronts with the waistband just underneath the armpits, perhaps tied in a knot at the front because the elastic is knackered.

I, of course, have no such items in my wardrobe. smile

WhoseGotMyEyebrows Thu 15-Sep-11 20:26:32

Ooh, they could be like Y front except - J fronts!

Hassled Thu 15-Sep-11 20:27:25

I don't think we need an emoticon. I see it as a given that we are all, always, judging. It's like using an emoticon to show that the sky is blue. We Mumsnet, therefore we judge.

SuePurblybilt Thu 15-Sep-11 20:28:01

I like pants. But what would it wear for Christmas? Gotta think it through, people.......


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Paschaelina Thu 15-Sep-11 20:30:50

this (Sorry)

Maryz Thu 15-Sep-11 20:31:51

What's wrong with [judgy-pants] or [cat's bum face] or [gavel] or [sniggers].

We don't need more emoticons, we are intelligent people, we can use words.

Paschaelina Thu 15-Sep-11 20:31:52

more like this

Maryz Thu 15-Sep-11 20:32:39

oops, typo on the judgey there blush. I can spell, honest.

roundtable Thu 15-Sep-11 20:40:27

Those pants have got to be hoiked right up, perhaps an up to the armpit job? The judge can wear a santa hat!

Hassled I'm talking about having it for those posters who get their knickers in a twist (boom boom) and maybe <whisper> are possibly overreacting.

Not that anyone ever does that here... grin

roundtable Thu 15-Sep-11 20:42:51

It was just a suggestion Maryz I wouldn't make it law that people had to use it, promise! smile

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