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cozietoesie Sun 05-Jul-15 09:43:26

With no content and despite a rather worrying title you don't know what's being posted about. (In Relationships, this morning at about 9.30.)

On FF on a laptop.

(I've seen this before though.)

cozietoesie Sun 05-Jul-15 09:47:22

Ah - something has come up finally. I guess they finally put some money in the server's meter?

IonaMumsnet (MNHQ) Sun 05-Jul-15 16:29:47

We were out of shillings again. Had to nip to the grocer's for change. Apologies!

cozietoesie Sun 05-Jul-15 16:40:30


(I saw that the site was having a 'moment' this morning. smile)

FruChristerOla Sun 05-Jul-15 17:57:17

This has been happening loads of times sporadically over months and months. Sometimes when you open a 0 thread, the OP then becomes apparent.

But sometimes it doesn't. If it doesn't, just post a "I can't see your OP, there appears to be a glitch on MN, but I hope my post will then make it apparent".

Don't do what I did the first time I saw one and post "What?" (I thought it was one of those 'joke' blank posts.) It turned out to be quite a sensitive thread and my "What?" made me look like a complete arsehole.

Fortunately a MNer who knows me IRL also came onto the thread and said "Fru wouldn't post like that, it's totally out of character". I then returned to the thread, saw what had happened and then posted another post full of apologies, but saying I couldn't see the OP at all - it was blank, until someone else after me had posted.

I still cringe. Although I did start a thread in Site Stuff about it and discovered that other MNers had been similarly caught out on other threads.

cozietoesie Sun 05-Jul-15 18:17:51

It would be interesting to know what the thread's OP saw. (Or OPs of similar threads.)

FruChristerOla Sun 05-Jul-15 18:52:00

Ah, here's the Site Stuff thread from last October (not started by me, as I now see!). So this isn't a new problem.

I've got no idea what the OP sees when they start a thread, cozie confused

FruChristerOla Sat 11-Jul-15 17:21:23

Here's another one - and I'm not the OP.

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