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    LMAO WOW! There are people judging others on a pram......... what the hell! My question is WHY? What would they gain from judgement of another over the type/brand of pram they have. Thats just so silly!

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    Lmao at the strider plus quote! Wow some women! I must admit tho, I saw a well dressed mum at the shops recently with a battered old pram. That was pretty much falling apart. I only noticed her because one of wheels was speaking so loud! We left at the same time and I noticed when she was folding the pram up that she was driving a brand new territory. Was a little confused at that ? But wouldnt say I judged! Off to Google a pram forum lol !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NancyBlackett View Post
    My friend got heckled out of a home birth rally because she had an expensive pram. She was practically in tears when she made it to me.

    Apparently her two home births weren't enough to overcome her pram.
    Oh my god. That makes me so sad. Actually disgusted is a better word!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    I judge that some of them must have a fair bit of money to afford such a fancy pram.

    I also cringe and Winnie the Pooh prams. I hate them. They're hideous. I judge the person who buys them has poor taste.

    That's about it though really...
    This ^^^^^.
    Winnie the pooh pram = bad taste.
    Soz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Picasso View Post
    One that sticks in my head, probably because I have this pram -
    "Strider Plus, breeding faster than the bogans who push them"

    Also loads of talk about Big W and Kmart prams, apparently if you don't spend $1000 on a pram you must be a total peasant



    Yep!
    lol, we are reading the same pram thread. It's strangely addictive, and distracting me from throwing up from morning sickness.

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    I must admit that I have judged a couple of people on their prams

    One was completely leather and made me think 'those people are too concerned with looking cool than practicality, that poor newborn babies skin!!!' it had nothing under it do her skin was sticking to it

    The other one was a bogan couple that had a cheapie pram (I have one also so no judgement there) but it had a huge hole in the seat so the poor kids bum cheek was stuck hanging out, and the straps were frayed and almost worn through! It really wasn't safe!!!

    I feel bad for judging but it was hard not to!

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    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    This ^^^^^.
    Winnie the pooh pram = bad taste.
    Soz.
    I have a Winnie the pooh pram.

    ETA... I don't really have a WTP pram, but thought it would be funny to have a stir
    Last edited by Jakois; 06-03-2012 at 21:29.

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    Soon it's going to become another thing to add at the bottom of a signature!

    In my case, I'm a breastfeeding, babywearing baby joggering mother... Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakois View Post
    I have a Winnie the pooh pram.
    Bogan.

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    So, I'm on the pram forum reading a pram spotting thread, and am I the only one who thinks it freakish that these women know all these different prams by sight???

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