Mummy laughs and cries with all of us

Started by FLOUNCER3, June 05, 2022, 07:59:51 AM

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FLOUNCER3

what a condescending twatt the guy is
listen mister, all our mothers laugh and cry with us
then "she is only twenty miles away, if you cheer loud enough she might hear us"
tell her not to strain herself, turn on her TV

do you think she pays her TV licence?

-Oy-

"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer."

FLOUNCER3

so should i throw myself in front of a bus, because you have no idea who i am complaining about, or should i just write slower?

-Oy-

Maybe just explain who and what you mean? 

Or is it a quiz?  :grin:
"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer."

FLOUNCER3

the whole country is talking about ones mummy the fact you are not aware of it worries me
but in future if you dont understand a thread, have the good manners to scroll past..


Alex

He is a bit old to still be saying "Mummy" but if that's what he's always done, then who are we to take the pixx  ?

Scrumpy

My children call me 'Mummy'.. They always have and always will.. 
Don't ask me.. I know nuffink..

Jacqueline

My aunt always called her mother (my grandmother) mummy, seemed very strange to me. But she never married and lived with grandma.  

Sheila

'Mummy' sounds strange to me too.  I'm 'mum'.

Scrumpy

Don't ask me.. I know nuffink..

Alex

For adults, I always thought the difference was ' posh' and 'unposh'  :yay:

I'm Mum too, 'Mummy' stopped at about 8 years old (I think )  :grin:

Sheila

We are both up north Alex and not posh like Scrumpy  :grin:

klondike

I'd go with mum/mummy being largely an age thing.

It's good to moan.

Alex