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27 Of The Most Ridiculous Things Posh London Mums Have Said

Repeat after me: "It's keeen-wah." Highgate Mums spills the dirt on yummy mummies from north London.

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“The new class has filled with girls from Japan. Standards have unfairly risen.”

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

“The new class has filled with girls from Japan. Standards have unfairly risen.”

11:50 AM - 10 Sep 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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"The woman lives in Muswell Hill, which comes with its own weight of challenges and frustrations."

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

"The woman lives in Muswell Hill, which comes with its own weight of challenges and frustrations."

12:41 PM - 15 Sep 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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"There’s no point in teaching children facts unless they first learn the skills of pitch.”

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

"There’s no point in teaching children facts unless they first learn the skills of pitch.”

11:52 AM - 11 Sep 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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"I tell him that flying on low-cost subtracts at least three days in stress from the holiday. What value is that??"

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

"I tell him that flying on low-cost subtracts at least three days in stress from the holiday. What value is that??"

10:47 AM - 05 Sep 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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I want fair choice of good schools! Not live in one of those areas where there's just two or three "Outstandings" in the catchment.

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

I want fair choice of good schools! Not live in one of those areas where there's just two or three "Outstandings" in the catchment.

8:46 AM - 26 Aug 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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It annoys me that my own child wears cotton without any sense of its history or the historic struggles in its manufacture.

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

It annoys me that my own child wears cotton without any sense of its history or the historic struggles in its manufacture.

8:25 AM - 14 Aug 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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There's a world of difference between "wow" and "quietly beautiful". And it all sits in the palette of the room.

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

There's a world of difference between "wow" and "quietly beautiful". And it all sits in the palette of the room.

9:03 AM - 01 Aug 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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The staff's negative attitudes is what I'm talking about. To me Jessica's lying is symptomatic of an intelligent ability to empathise.

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

The staff's negative attitudes is what I'm talking about. To me Jessica's lying is symptomatic of an intelligent ability to empathise.

11:34 AM - 31 Jul 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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There's no nicer way to put this, but frankly ANYONE can afford to go skiing these days.

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

There's no nicer way to put this, but frankly ANYONE can afford to go skiing these days.

9:16 AM - 11 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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If he's playing iPhone games in class it's surely the teacher's fault for a dull lesson. You may as well blame Apple.

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

If he's playing iPhone games in class it's surely the teacher's fault for a dull lesson. You may as well blame Apple.

10:25 AM - 29 May 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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I never listen to the radio, but I understand she's quite a celebrity in noiser, populist circles.

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

I never listen to the radio, but I understand she's quite a celebrity in noiser, populist circles.

10:14 AM - 23 May 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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I appreciate my daughter didn't get it right, but there's no need to be so rude as to tell her she'd got it wrong.

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

I appreciate my daughter didn't get it right, but there's no need to be so rude as to tell her she'd got it wrong.

9:35 AM - 02 May 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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Last Christmas we didn't give gifts to each other. Instead we gave to Nature by throwing sticks into the ponds at Hampstead Heath.

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

Last Christmas we didn't give gifts to each other. Instead we gave to Nature by throwing sticks into the ponds at Hampstead Heath.

3:46 PM - 06 May 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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Every year it's the same: my daughter wants a birthday party, forgetting that mine is less than three weeks later.

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

Every year it's the same: my daughter wants a birthday party, forgetting that mine is less than three weeks later.

9:11 AM - 16 Apr 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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They've concocted some sort of pretend phobia about purple-sprouting broccoli. I can barely enter the kitchen for the fury.

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

They've concocted some sort of pretend phobia about purple-sprouting broccoli. I can barely enter the kitchen for the fury.

11:32 AM - 04 Apr 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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If they sweat in Games don't they feel ugly? I don't want my children feeling ugly at a school I pay for.

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

If they sweat in Games don't they feel ugly? I don't want my children feeling ugly at a school I pay for.

2:43 PM - 14 Mar 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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He gets annoyed that nobody realises "Jack" is short for "Jacobean".

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

He gets annoyed that nobody realises "Jack" is short for "Jacobean".

10:50 AM - 30 Jan 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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Little Jessica has an impeccable sense of pecking order. And delegation.

Highgate Mums@Highgatemums

Little Jessica has an impeccable sense of pecking order. And delegation.

4:30 PM - 18 Feb 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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