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  1. CrimsonCountess

    Mumsnet #28 Six figure job but dress sense heinous, here's a picture of my anus.

    Thread title again by the genius @ShopTilYouSlop 👏 If you have to ask what the thread title means, think yourself lucky that you didn't have to see it in all its glory
  2. CrimsonCountess

    Mumsnet #27 If you're only coming to goad, you're not getting our bleeping codes

    Thread title based on @ShopTilYouSlop suggestion. Have a handhold Recently we've learnt - That you should never enjoy anything because of people in refugee camps Fanny wafts are a real concern if mumsnetters venture out into the wild If your child is struggling to make friends then you should...
  3. CrimsonCountess

    Mumsnet #26 Fanny wafts and meany pegs, what goes on in mumsnetters heads?

    Thread title thanks to @sistersofpercy. Handhold and a head tilt for you Now we will all think of fanny wafts forever more *tinkly silvery laugh* Carry on!
  4. Thank(space)you

    Mumsnet #24 Tinkly of laugh, single of chin, not yet french but at least I'm thin

    Previous thread here:
  5. CrimsonCountess

    Mumsnet #23 Is this outfit okay for a hanging?

    Thanks to @PrincessCharming for the thread title and @Wackie Jeaver for pointing it out! Handholds and woolly hugs for you both🤝🏼 How do you recap a place that’s so batshit? Basically they all want to be French, they hate kids and god help you if you weigh over 8 stone
  6. cowtastrophe

    Mumsnet #22 Are you strange generally?

    Kudos to PsychoKitty for the title! head tilt To recap, we’ve learned that no matter how expensive your holiday, there may not be parasols, your children will be awful and your husband will be lazy. Also, some MNers need written instructions on making tea, why their anus is black and not to...
  7. G

    Mumsnet #21 First Greek holiday with large breasts

    It was the most liked post and it made me laugh, we are where we are. I never feel more helpful than when I do this. It's my only useful contribution to society.
  8. Itchy of Itchington

    Mumsnet #20 Shoes on indoors is gross but sucking cream off a stripper after 10 women is fine

    Thread title by Orangehead and nominated by Holasun. In the last thread we discussed outing body shapes (is your husband really Johnny Bravo), if peas are a garnish or a side dish to eggs and chips, why Toast (bread variety) is better than Toast (clothes variety). We are still undecided on...
  9. Itchy of Itchington

    Mumsnet #19 starting fights in empty rooms since 2000.

    In the last thread we learned that Leggings should only be worn by those who are not "large of thigh, or arse, or calf" and especially not nude colours. Unless you are a slender and toned size 8. Check with your husband if he isn't busy with his hobby. You can and probably should wear a dress...
  10. G

    Mumsnet #18 Only a calamity away from being an armadillo

    I cannot lie, the most liked posts were not thread title appropriate unless we wanted to derail ourselves before we even began. So, here we are, a happy band of survival balls. Summary - MN is weird. It's summer so the trampoline/paddling pool/shrieking children discourse has begun. They will...
  11. Wackie Jeaver

    Mumsnet #17 We've lost sight of anything normal

    New fred! This seemed to be the most common theme... Old thread here: (235) Mumsnet #16 I've managed not to shag any of my brothers | Tattle Life
  12. Wackie Jeaver

    Mumsnet #16 I've managed not to shag any of my brothers

    Title courtesy of @PrincessCharming! Please continue to highlight ridiculousness...
  13. Wackie Jeaver

    Mumsnet #15 The looks seems to be 'Clinical Depression at Boarding School'.

    New thread, congrats to @dragon a flagon for most liked post on last thread! Now, if anyone can tell me how to report old thread, I'd be most grateful...
  14. raspberryjuice

    Mumsnet #14 A handhold please

    Thanks to @CrimsonCountess for the title. Have some mumsnetty flowers 💐
  15. Wackie Jeaver

    Mumsnet #13 No carbs but all the barbs

    New fred - title courtesy of @FrannyGallops whose carb-based post was most liked. Recap: CLURRR! And of course outfit of the day on Style & Beauty!
  16. raspberryjuice

    Mumsnet #12 Someone’s Clairely been attending creative writing classes

    Thanks to @50sGirl for the thread suggestion!
  17. raspberryjuice

    Mumsnet #11 People in this village don’t shop at Tesco

    Thanks to @WeHadFunRight for the thread suggestion 😁
  18. Wackie Jeaver

    Mumsnet #10 Freedom for DDog

    It said it was time for a new fred, and there didnt really seem to be too many suggestions for titles (if I'm wrong, please shout!) So here we go...
  19. raspberryjuice

    Mumsnet #9 It’s like it’s their first day as people.

    There were no thread suggestions so used this quote by @Pebbleybeach which accurately describes MN users.
  20. Serene Serena

    Mumsnet #8 Give us a diagram, you CF.

    As you were, ladies and gentlemen.
  21. Wackie Jeaver

    Mumsnet #7 Tinkly little laugh

    Mumsnet #6 Did you mean so be so rude? Old fred here, hope I've done it right! Thank you @Yel! off to check them out now...
  22. Belulah

    Mumsnet #6 Did you mean so be so rude?

    As you were.
  23. BethanyGilbert

    Mumsnet #5 Cancel the cheque

    Penis beaker? Screaming at the sistine chapel? Cutted up pears? Old Korean lady? Mexican house thief?
  24. Wackie Jeaver

    Mumsnet #4

    Just because the last fred was very close to the brim... I am currently following part 7.5 in AIBU after the previous one was locked for dissension in the ranks. Also very surprised there is nothing on there about Harry's AIDS bullshit.