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Mumsnet in the news 7 years 4 months ago #35776

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I don't normally take notice of mumsnet (busy enough on here :) ) but this item in the news made me laugh

www.telegraph.co.uk/women/mother-tongue/...of-penis-beaker.html

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Re: Mumsnet in the news 7 years 4 months ago #35823

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

That made me laugh - you missed a trick though, if you had included "penis beaker" in the title of the thread we may have started to rank really high in the search engines and shared the traffic :whistle: ;)

and of course Huff Post has gone searching for other "Hilarious Mumsnet Forum Thread Titles" (their words not mine), Check them out here .


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Re: Mumsnet in the news 7 years 4 months ago #35853

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:lol: :lol: that's hilarious!

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Re: Mumsnet in the news 7 years 4 months ago #35934

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lol now wheres my teeth (joking)

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Brilliant - I looked at the huffington post article, and all of those threads have hundreds or postings - too many to read. I wonder how brain dead their reported was after working through presumably tens of thousands of threads just to find a few gems :D

Not sure if we'd have wanted to share the traffic on that one Gooner - and I'd certainly rather not attract the attention of mumsnetters on here - hell hath no fury and all that :D
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Scaredy Cat :whistle: :woohoo: :huh:

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If you'd been married to my ex, you'd appreciate the worst that a woman can throw at you :sick: ;;) :D

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