So the current parent with prams parking thread got me thinking about a running joke DH and I have....
Would you support your local shopping centre having a child-free day?! Just once or twice a year. No one under the age of 16. No prams, no tantrums, no kids running around right in front of you etc
**this thread does assume that you can find suitable care for your child on the said day etc And is not a "woe is me" how inconvenient that I can't go to shop on THAT particular day****
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09-07-2012 16:34 #1
Child-free shopping days.
09-07-2012 16:38 #2Senior Member
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Hell yeah ... Except it should be once or twice a year kids can go
09-07-2012 16:42 #3
I'd love that.. I'd stay all day
I really dislike it when I get the rare child free time only to hear other screaming kids.
But in all seriousness it would be pretty discriminative.
09-07-2012 16:42 #4
Nah, I don't really care about other kids at the shops. Whenever I go shopping on my own I always smile at the mums struggling to get their shopping done with uncooperative kids in tow and think "glad that's not me!"
09-07-2012 16:45 #5
No, children at shops doesn't bother me
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09-07-2012 16:47 #6
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09-07-2012 16:47 #7
That's why on line shopping was invented! No parking stress, no kids ( if you do it when they are asleep like me!)
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09-07-2012 16:48 #8
Nope. If I'm there child free I am fine. Other peoples children don't bother me.
But if a child free day happened, I'd go to check out the noise level because I reckon it's mostly grown ups making most of that racket and mess!
09-07-2012 16:52 #9Senior Member
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YES!!! and free champagne on arrival!!!!!
09-07-2012 16:54 #10
Child free day!? WHAT'S THAT!!?
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