"AIBU or AINBU, that is the question" - if Shakespeare had been a Mumsnetter
We happy few, we band of mothers, thought we'd ask you clever folk to put on an antic disposition and post as if the cast of Shakespeare's plays had access to Mumsnet...
"AIBU in thinking these workmen exceptionally rude? One of them was pretending to be a wall, instead of just getting on and building as I had asked."
"OP: What ho! Horatio!
Mumsnetters: What about a nice sensible-sounding baby name instead? William?"
"<<Enter the three
When shall we vipers meet again?
In Waitrose, Boden or in rain. <cough> the children won't melt
When the school run all is done,
And online battles lost and won,
There'll be G&T at set of sun."
"I know this sounds a bit woo but I swear that those trees out back are getting closer."
"But soft! What light through yonder window breaks? It is the east and AIBU to have slipped out last night and chain-sawed the neighbour's Leylandii?"
"DH, oh DH, wherefore art thou
incapable of changing a loo roll?
Deny thy heritage and refuse thy piddledrops!
Or, if thou wilt not, be sworn but to use a different toilet
And I'll no longer get driven round the bend by it."
"Love is not love that alters when it alteration finds.
Is this a red flag?"
"God has given you one nickname, and you make yourself another <cat's bum face>."
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