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Thursday, 3 July 2008

Fresh...

If only we could all be as bright and clever as Guardian readers...

I had a fresh comment on a very old blog post today, and I hope that it entertains you as much as it entertained me!

Anonymous said...

"Dulwich Mum,

You're such an arrogant and boring snob who is so up herself that she cannot relate with human beings!
Now I'm not saying one shouldn't have ambition, pride and principles as they are the fundamentals of life but to assume that you're daughter Freya will endeavour to do what you do not want her do simply because of who she might mix with in Dulwich Village Infants School is abhorrent!
Fact:- Many parents like yourself who have more money than sense are the ones whose children end up on Class A drugs, act yobbish when inebriated and utilise their bodies like mattresses!
Read "The Guardian" newspaper for you will definitely learn something, if and only IF your pea-sized, chablis soaked brain can absorb it!!!!!
02 July 2008 23:50:00 BST"

24 comments:

girl with the mask said...

Why would one want one's Chablis-soaked brain to absorb anything? Isn't that rather the point of the Chablis in the first place?

Expatmum said...

Mission accomplished I'd say DM. Unmask these people for the moronic idiots they really are. You can't get offended - you just have to feel sorry for them

Teena said...

As I have always thought - reading the Guardian does nothing for one's sense of humour. Nor, it seems, does it improve one's grammar. I am also in need of guidance - can one be said to show pride or display a principled outlook whilst making comments anonymously? I am proud to say that I am principled reader of the Eastern Daily Press - I will however admit that this does nothing to improve my grammar nor my geographical awareness as to the whereabouts of Dulwich! x

goodbyetoallfat said...

Yep. When I had a couple of negative comment bombs a few weeks back I did exactly the same, drew MORE attention to them than they deserved and got loads of readers defending me and saying how stupid the twats were who had left the poison.

It's nearly always "anonymous" clever cloggs isn't it? The simplest answer would be to simply delete them, but much more fun to show them up for the arseholes they really are!

I Beatrice said...

Severe irony failure - and poor spelling to boot! Typical Guardian reader, wouldn't you say?

Probably loves Ken and hates Boris, too.

Potty Mummy said...

Perhaps 'Anonymous' is worried that his/her grammar, syntax, punctuation and spelling will be corrected with red ink and posted back in the comments box of their own blog.

I think they need a large glass of that evil liquor, Chablis.

zoe said...

Ah, you are learning, Sweet Pea. Don't those comments want you to split your sides laughing? They always crack me up - though I haven't had one in ages. Boo.

Anonymous said...

Hi anonymous - did no one ever teach you that "yobbish" is an adjective and not and adverb . . .

Sass E-mum said...

I'm a Grauniad reader and I'm a superb, well-balanced individual. So it comes as quite aa fellow reader being such an idiot.

If ONLY I read the Daily Mail, I'd be used to it by now...

Sass E-mum said...

Bloody typical. Masses of typos in my comment. Grauniad indeed.

Imagine 'as quite a shock' in there somewhere and it all starts to make sense.

valley girl said...

I read the Grauniad - but only really on Mondays, which has the Media section, so does it count? (And am afraid I favoured Ken over Boris too, I Beatrice, you can have a look at my blog to find out why.) But I am a) still a fan of Dulwichmum and b) haven't learnt anything useful! why is this?

Single Mother on the Verge said...

Experiment? Read the Sun?

aims said...

Darling Dulwichmum - after reading that comment and all the following I need a glass of cold Chablis. Pour me one will you and I'll have a go at a local paper here. They come out every Tuesday.

(Very) Lost in France said...

What does one learn from the Guardian? If this poorly worded, grammatically incorrect drivel is typical of Guardian readers I shall stick to the Daily Star. VLiF

Gill - That British Woman said...

I have just stumbled upon your blog and find your style of writing very entertaining.

I too had a poor soul with little to no life writing silly things on my blog. Thanks to that I now have to moderate all comments. Some people do need to get a life.

Meanwhile I am adding a link of your blog on my blog :0)

Gill from Canada

Mopsa said...

Guardian readers unite, we have nothing to lose but Boris (or his 2nd in command). Anyway, all good art/writing/ etc receives castigation; all part of the process of rising above the chaff. Oh, and never trust anyone who uses an excess of exclamation marks.

Tara@From Dawn Till Rusk said...

More entertaining than anything the Guardian has printed too.
You can just imagine him/her furiously tapping it out on their keyboard thinking 'that will show her . . .' Did it show you?

Frog in the Field said...

Snigger!!

YLM said...

Oh DM, huge amounts of congratulations! It is only when you receive hateful missives from the unwashed masses that you know you have truly arrived... Take heart, my dear, true fame beckons...

And as for 'Chablis' - doesn't the anonymous ignoramous know that everyone who's anyone is quaffing a nice crisp Pouilly these days? Honestly, what's with these people?

Working mum said...

"Anonymous" does seem to get around to a lot of blogs, doesn't he? (I figure he must be a man). He also has some anger management and jealousy issues. Maybe he should write a blog and then we can all comment back at him?! No, is he too scared to put himself out there? Thought so.

Cheers! (raising a glass of chablis)

Elsie Button said...

my goodness me... what a guardian reading, delusional, anonymous, poor grammared, load of a tripe

Great Big Veg Challenge said...

Oh my...so little time, so much venom.
You could charge Dulwich Mum - a fee as a therapist, enabling a release of bile from your patients...

A Confused Take That Fan said...

DM - Surely Anon is not worth all this publicity you are giving him? Let's get back to the more important things - Gordon Brown - Shag, snog or marry?

menopausaloldbag (MOB) said...

Sad, sad person who's weekly giro doesn't stretch to more than a couple of bottles of White Lightening cider and two hundred European cut price fags from the back of a lorry. At least your dahling offspring get fed dear DM even if you are half cut on the Bolly from time to time.

Class envy in its sorriest form; tut, tut Anon; shame on you.