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sweetaddict · 31/08/2007 08:11

Yes i went on his msn messenger after a stupid row and discovered him talking to mate in horrible bloke way about me - having 'the painters in'... And more oi oi blokey stuff. Are they all still fifteen years old or what? Grr.

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Mindles · 31/08/2007 08:15

Yes all men are in fact mentally about 12. Pathetic, isn't it?

MrsTittleMouse · 31/08/2007 09:25

I had to train DH when we were first going out that it was not "rag week" or any of the other naff phrases that blokes use. Also, that the contents of my bra are not "tits"!

HappyDaddy · 31/08/2007 12:11

Of course you're being unreasonable.

harleyd · 31/08/2007 12:27

you should have known better
they have a collective mental age of 14 when they get together

onlyWotz · 31/08/2007 12:30

oi oi blokey stuff - lol

MyTwopenceworth · 31/08/2007 13:31

You're wrong there harleyd...they have a collective IQ of 14.....

harleyd · 31/08/2007 13:35
UnquietDad · 31/08/2007 13:45

What do you expect him to say - "my spouse is currently enduring her menstrual cycle"? Surely there are things of his that you refer to in a jokey way...

(Hadn't heard "rag week" before. Will use it now )

Iklboo · 31/08/2007 13:47

DH called it "dancing the cotton wool pole dance"

MrsTittleMouse · 31/08/2007 13:59

Maybe I should get him to use "enduring her menstrual cycle", what a great idea!
Rather boringly, it's my period.

Wakeuppeople · 31/08/2007 14:13

Next time don't let curiosity get the better of you....all men are blokey aged 15 ish

nailpolish · 31/08/2007 14:24

i dont think there is anythign wrong with "tits"
in fact i say tits

better than "boobies" dh said "boobies" once and i screamed

nailpolish · 31/08/2007 14:25

my dh says "jam piece" (jam sandwhich) week

i DO NOT like that, however

Caroline1852 · 31/08/2007 14:32

tits is horrible, boobs is horrible, bust gives me the creeps, I can't think of a word I like

Caroline1852 · 31/08/2007 14:33

I always say I am expecting my friend.... it is a bit nauseating and quaint isn't it?

nailpolish · 31/08/2007 14:33


Caroline1852 · 31/08/2007 14:34

nailpolish - I could not even bring myself to type that one...... ugh ...... it is a word that a headmaster might use, undcomfortably, in hushed tones.

nailpolish · 31/08/2007 14:35

i agree

my MUM has breasts

not me

Caroline1852 · 31/08/2007 14:36

Have just had to dance around the room in a Pans People fashion to rid myself of the vibe from that word.

bootsmonkey · 31/08/2007 15:06


MrsTittleMouse · 31/08/2007 15:12

Breasts for medical examinations.
Norks for breastfeeding.
Tits for extreme raunchy occasions.
??? for everyday.
Boobs I suppose, but it's not ideal I admit. "Tits" under normal (DH not turned on) occasions makes me feel like a Page 3 girl, and not in a good way.

UnquietDad · 31/08/2007 15:40

In Yorks they sometimes say
"Barnsley are playing at home."
That was in a list of Yorkshire-isms circulated to foreign medical students.

nailpolish · 31/08/2007 15:42

pmsl at caroline

Caroline1852 · 31/08/2007 16:35

I hate those ads that talk about sanitary towels.... with wings. Wings ffs.

Caroline1852 · 31/08/2007 16:36

Unquiet Dad - Big lol

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