Snarky thread: Some common MN phrases helpfully translated

(158 Posts)
K8Middleton Thu 04-Apr-13 16:56:18

I haven't read the whole thread I am so important I don't care if this has been said fifty times already, it's not been said until I've said it.

AIBU? give me some sympathy and agree with me

I don't mean any offence but... I am a twat

I'm not being rude but... I am a twat

There must be more. Snark away...

YoniWankEnobi Fri 12-Apr-13 00:40:12

I thought HTH means Hate To Help?

YoniWankEnobi Fri 12-Apr-13 00:41:20

And according to MN Acronyms it means...

HTH
hope this helps

confused

seeker Fri 12-Apr-13 00:49:25

"I don't understand national curriculum levels- is level 5 OK in year 3?"= "I have been googling national curriculum levels since child was in Reception and could write a PhD thesis on the subject"

HelloThisIsYoni Fri 12-Apr-13 00:58:12

unmumsnetty hugs - I am so much nicer than most of the vicious cunts on here but I like to think I am too edgy for Netmums

ImTooHecsyForYourParty Fri 12-Apr-13 19:24:04

whoops. I've always used it thinking it means my honest opinion.

oh dear. I have accidentally sounded like a cow.

TheresAHullInMyYoni Fri 12-Apr-13 19:38:28

AIBU to wonder why people bother having children if they do not want to look after them?
AIBU to wonder what the bloody hell SAHMs do all day and why they think it's such a hard job
= I am quite sure I have made the wrong decision, I am miserable so I will make myself feel better by criticizing everyone else's choice and starting a row.

YoniOldClothCatPuss Fri 12-Apr-13 21:52:05

hmm = I dont believe you.
hmm = You are a troll.
hmm = You are a twat.
hmm = I am a twat.
hmm = Ive just given you the definitive answer, but you arent listening.

K8Middleton Mon 15-Apr-13 18:20:49

"I don't understand national curriculum levels- is level 5 OK in year 3?"= "I have been googling national curriculum levels since child was in Reception and could write a PhD thesis on the subject"

grin

<also secretly panicking. Dc1 starts reception in Sep and I know nothing. Should I be Googling??!>

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