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    Haha. Not really. I have all sorts of prams which do different jobs for me.

    I have the second hand cheap job for when we visit the country.

    The expensive flash one for shopping in the centre's

    The double stroller (cheap second hand one) for the beach trips

    The Maclaren for quick trips and public transport and holidays by plane.

    The basic of basics for grandparent visits lol

    So I would be one of many backgrounds depending on day and location according to the op question lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    No, certainly not!

    OP, what were they saying? I'm really curious now!
    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

    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    I just spent 10 mins reading a pram forum.

    Apparently there are pram spotters (like train and plane spotters). You learn something new every day.
    Yep!

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    I just laughed out loud....firstly a the idea of a pram forum, and secondly that people would judge so harshly...

    But then I remember seeing this woman at the shops a couple of years ago, pushing this pram that resembled a fluro office chair, and it had no basket, or anything really functional, so this woman was also carrying a massive nappy bag too. I went home and looked online and found out this pram was like a gazillion dollars, and I had to wonder why someone would spend lots of money on a pram with limited features (like a basket, which I personally believe is crucial). So I guess I have judged someone on their pram...

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    like looking at other prams as people walk past but dont judge them on it.

    when i have DS in a bigw $20 stroller i do feel like i might be judges as someone who cant afford anything better. but it takes up basically no room in the car and when we do a big monthly shop we need all the room we can get!

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    Just looked at a pram forum...Gee, um some people are passionate about prams, a little too passionate if you ask me.

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    Thanks for the laugh, I nearly spat out my coffee when I read the strider plus quote!

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    I am a strider pushing bogan...

    I also push a kmart $30 stroller...Its my love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbity Babbity View Post
    I just laughed out loud....firstly a the idea of a pram forum, and secondly that people would judge so harshly...

    But then I remember seeing this woman at the shops a couple of years ago, pushing this pram that resembled a fluro office chair, and it had no basket, or anything really functional, so this woman was also carrying a massive nappy bag too. I went home and looked online and found out this pram was like a gazillion dollars, and I had to wonder why someone would spend lots of money on a pram with limited features (like a basket, which I personally believe is crucial). So I guess I have judged someone on their pram...
    I think I have seen the same pram. I too googled it lol. Very expensive. I was literally gobsmacked!

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    Woah...no! I admire prams for sure, but don't judge their owners by it! Yikes!

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    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.


 

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