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    I know what you mean. My husband told me to get off it when I was in tears once after I politely mentioned in a thread that people should be mindful of other's feelings and someone then turned and made it personal.
    I ended up coming back on but avoid certain threads, particularly if some bubhubbers are involved - they just end up turning nasty and I regularly see the threads locked down where people have crossed the line. I tend to avoid any opinionated threads at all since coming back on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by upforroundtwo View Post
    ah I didn't care really about stupid people. Like there are just some loopy loos around but too many of them in a thread and the conversation just becomes disjointed and I struggle to talk at the moment anyway so you go in and when you can't get into it I just can't be bothered.

    People always hide behind forums to attack, they have their own agendas, interpret things the way they want, I don't even find it is worth replying to these people cause they are just fknuckles!
    LOL!!! Loopy loos is very accurate for some haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    I know what you mean. My husband told me to get off it when I was in tears once after I politely mentioned in a thread that people should be mindful of other's feelings and someone then turned and made it personal.
    I ended up coming back on but avoid certain threads, particularly if some bubhubbers are involved - they just end up turning nasty and I regularly see the threads locked down where people have crossed the line. I tend to avoid any opinionated threads at all since coming back on.
    That's just it though, some threads rnt even opinionated n they still attack! Just remember to report if need be-I do, that way I don't have to respond n the mods r quite effective in deleting the comment/locking threads

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chillies View Post
    That's just it though, some threads rnt even opinionated n they still attack! Just remember to report if need be-I do, that way I don't have to respond n the mods r quite effective in deleting the comment/locking threads
    Good point Chillies - I didn't think of reporting it at the time. I tend to like BH for the supportive/social side of things and tend to avoid unnecessary conflict- I've never been much of a drama queen! I better go build some lego...requests are being made. I must say this March thread has been really good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    Good point Chillies - I didn't think of reporting it at the time. I tend to like BH for the supportive/social side of things and tend to avoid unnecessary conflict- I've never been much of a drama queen! I better go build some lego...requests are being made. I must say this March thread has been really good
    Here here on all accounts!


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    Personally I think fighting or scolding ppl on a bloody pregnancy forum is ridiculous lol, ppl should grow up and keep it friendly poor TTC and preggers ladies don't need to b put down for their opinions etc, they have enough to deal with. That's my 20cents worth hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    Personally I think fighting or scolding ppl on a bloody pregnancy forum is ridiculous lol, ppl should grow up and keep it friendly poor TTC and preggers ladies don't need to b put down for their opinions etc, they have enough to deal with. That's my 20cents worth hehe
    Agreed Channy! N what a 20cents worth it is

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    Happy bday to ur little one!
    Thanks Hun! He wasnt born till 10am tomorrow though!! LONG time! haha. At this time, id been up since about 9.30am YESTERDAY without a wink of sleep (Too excited!!)... DF and I would have been just touching down at Adelaide Airport in the Flying Drs/Air Ambulance plane, and being transported to hospital. My contractions hadnt even really started yet to be worth mentioning. It was about 34hrs from when my waters broke to when he was born... Nothing was wrong, i was just considered "too high risk for us to deliver you here" UGH!! Then why not tell me that when i booked in, or when i seen you for a tour 4 weeks ago?!?!?!

    We have everything ready! Im excited but its also so VERY bitter sweet at the same time!

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    I havent been on for a while ladies. Busy with my business but I'm trying to keep updated on everyone.
    Congratulations to the bfps.
    AFM i'm out. AF showed up 2 days late. Its hard because if i hadnt miscarried at 9 weeks in Oct I was due next month. Onto month 5 of ttc...again...seems so much harder this time and my daughter is getting older and so am I. Feel like the clock is ticking very loudly.
    Good luck everyone who is still to test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumofprincess View Post
    I havent been on for a while ladies. Busy with my business but I'm trying to keep updated on everyone.
    Congratulations to the bfps.
    AFM i'm out. AF showed up 2 days late. Its hard because if i hadnt miscarried at 9 weeks in Oct I was due next month. Onto month 5 of ttc...again...seems so much harder this time and my daughter is getting older and so am I. Feel like the clock is ticking very loudly.
    Good luck everyone who is still to test.

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    Know exactly what u mean! I would be about 3 weeks short of our due date n I have been thinking about it a lot. Just how I should be excited n watching my belly move n all the aches n pains n cute nursery! good luck for this cycle hun xx


 

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