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    Default Re: Allowing non parents into babes in arms cinema sessions

    What a rude lady!
    It's a babes in arms session for a reason; so mums can enjoy a movie with their baby without being spoken to like that!
    I'd go into a pensioner session and complain that I can't see past their horrible blue rinse perms...

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    Good on you for saying something to her!

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    Good on you! I always think of a comeback 10 mins later unfortunately

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    Default Allowing non parents into babes in arms cinema sessions

    I would've turned around and instructed my DS to vomit on the old bag's lap!

    Honestly that's so rude and just not on. You don't find mums and bubs turning up to pensioner bingo sessions and telling them to go change their Tena-Lady cos they smell!

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    Default Re: Allowing non parents into babes in arms cinema sessions

    Glad you said something. When we sit in these movies we know what to expect because all our children could be the ones to play up. What a rude person i am dumbfounded at what people do to save money then blame others when its clearly for us mum's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollychops View Post
    I would've turned around and instructed my DS to vomit on the old bag's lap!

    Honestly that's so rude and just not on. You don't find mums and bubs turning up to pensioner bingo sessions and telling them to go change their Tena-Lady cos they smell!
    You just made me choke on my cake laughing hahahaha

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    It's like having a picnic in a dog park and then complaining when a dog steals your food.

    Good on you for saying something.

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    Default Allowing non parents into babes in arms cinema sessions

    Haha some of these responses are too funny! Thanks. Definitely made me feel better about snapping at one of the blue hair brigade!

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    I have no problem with non parents going to the sessions, as long as they are understanding of the nature of the sessions.

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    I would of said something too, why on earth would they go to a babes in arms session, I also think the cinema should of said not to the pensioners going in anyway and said that the session is only open to those with children


 

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