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Discussion in 'Personal' started by Robsia, Sep 29, 2010.
Nah...it's my shuddering that has made you seasick.
I bet they're the sort of mums who use those abbreviations in real life conversations too. "as I was saying to dh the other day dd's yoga teacher stretches her far more than her ballet teacher". I actually overheard a woman saying this, she was referring to a child who was probably 2! How I stopped myself from slapping her I don't know!
I'm married, do I have to read it?
ba ba boom (or some other combination of drum like noises)
I hate DD, DS, DH, LO etc.
I expect they'll start a thread over there complaining about those nasty teachers on TES again.
Dare I ask what LO is?
Now that would take someone who posts on both... and who'd read this thread... maybe posted on it... and who was annoyed by the criticism...
Oooh wonder who that could be.
*whispers* it's used with abundance over on baby and toddler ...
My briefcase is full of carrot chunks
Life divides us irrevocably into the Twee and the anti-Twee.
I hope you took the harmonica out first!
I see the poor, daft bug gers have QT on their thread. Our loss is their gain.
The harmonica, yes
The screwdriver, however, is a total loss
ah... lily, you've been quoted and your standard of English criticised.
...which would be fine except the critic is wrong. 'Which' is just fine in the context.
Do provide a link!
If you've got a remote control in there, doomzebra, would you turn the tv on please. I can't be bothered getting up to get the zapper.
Not that I'm one for contributing to the stirring...
page 6 of link provided in OP.
...and behave, lily.