to get upset at inappropriate thread titles
MrsGoranVisnjic · 22/02/2007 14:01
I've obviously made a huge error of judgement commenting on a thread full of hugely pregnant women and I apologise to them for that (pleading temporary insanity of disgusting icky cold)
I do hate seeing thread titles popping up all the time in active conversations (because they're ongoinng chats rather than jokes that fade away) that have sexual innuendo in the title .. just seems so uneccessarily childishly assinine
eg an ante natal thread entitled 'minty sperm or original' .. ach!
Davesworth · 22/02/2007 14:02
Yes you are being unreasonable - there are more important things to get upset about
ScottishThistle · 22/02/2007 14:03
Ha!...Haven't even clicked on that thread as thought just another bollocks thread!
sunnywong · 22/02/2007 14:03
never mind your hard hat
you should be saying bring it on my Homies
NotQuiteCockney · 22/02/2007 14:04
They're really pregnant! I'm just glad to see they're keeping their sense of humour.
(I did drop into that thread with a hearty 'wtf' at the title, though. They were helpful and explained.)
MrsGoranVisnjic · 22/02/2007 14:04
c'mon bit of support Suze
beckybrastraps · 22/02/2007 14:04
Well, I certainly don't get upset by that one.
It does make me wonder a bit though...
mateychops · 22/02/2007 14:04
I'm with you on this, Mrs GV
itsmeNDaveP · 22/02/2007 14:05
the antental threads titles always make me cringe
MrsGoranVisnjic · 22/02/2007 14:05
I am fully aware that every heavily pregnant woman needs a good outlet .. am happy to provide one ... online at least
Fenella1 · 22/02/2007 14:05
I agree with you and I don't like thread titles with full on swearing in them, just incase my dd happens to be reading over my shoulder (which she does do).
NotQuiteCockney · 22/02/2007 14:05
bbs, they think gaviscon liquid (I think?) is like sperm. And it comes in minty and original.
MrsGoranVisnjic · 22/02/2007 14:05
I suppose it beats beans down to the ground though
tortoise · 22/02/2007 14:06
I don't mind apart from when my DS's are here cos being older they try to read the thread tiltes and i have to switch off.
NotQuiteCockney · 22/02/2007 14:06
I am more bothered by the postnatal thread from October that has a title about weaning. It's entirely not my business, but ... gah ...
beckybrastraps · 22/02/2007 14:06
What is it inappropriate to?
Or by inappropriate do you mean....rude?
MrsGoranVisnjic · 22/02/2007 14:06
'kin 'ell its about indigestion
I assumed it was about blow jobs 'cos they're so pregnant
my bag (or is it my bad .. am never quite sure)
Cashncarry · 22/02/2007 14:07
I thought they meant using sperm (eurgh!) as a way to bring on labour!
Good job I didn't click on the thread otherwise I'd have been even more confused!!
mateychops · 22/02/2007 14:08
(actually, that's what I thought, so just shows where our minds are)
itsmeNDaveP · 22/02/2007 14:08
'beanies' makes me gag. so utterly twee
beckybrastraps · 22/02/2007 14:08
Still slightly flummoxed. But then I don't have much experience of gaviscon. Sperm?
Cashncarry · 22/02/2007 14:09
I'm sorry - what are "beanies"?
FiachraFrogakaDave · 22/02/2007 14:09
MrsGV, so did I!!!
Oh the shame!!
(STill need to minimise my scren when someone comes up behind me though - don't mind them seeing topic headers like "Sparkler's DD..." etc, but sperm is a whole different kettle of fish!!)
Jelley · 22/02/2007 14:10
I noticed the October one, too. It is going to bother me every time I see it now. I know it is none of my business, but.....
northerner · 22/02/2007 14:12
Yes you are being unreasonable. Change your name to MrsMaryWhitehouse
hunkerdave · 22/02/2007 14:12
What's the October one? [lazy but nosy]
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