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A DARING dresser whose skimpy outfits have seen her refused entry at top city nightspots says she is being treated unfairly.

Lisa Woodman cannot understand why her choice of dancewear does not meet with the approval of nightclub bosses.

The full-time mother-of-four says she only gets to let her hair down once a fortnight – usually a Saturday night – with her sister Sarah Woodman.

They usually start the night in Lloyds bar in Broad Street, but head for the nearest clubs after 1am – either Mode, Tramps, or Velvet, all run by the same company.

But on every occasion for the last few months, the two have queued only to be told they cannot go inside.

The last time it happened was New Year’s Eve.

They did manage to get in once to Mode, where Lisa Woodman says, according to one of the bouncers, she is never allowed in “because of what I am wearing”.

“What’s wrong with what I wear?” said the 28-year-old.

“I’m not hurting anyone am I? I am covering everything, and I just want to have a good time.

“We never cause any trouble and we’ve never been rude to the bouncers.”

Her sister Sarah, aged 32, said: “If we were rude to the bouncers they really would never let us in, so we’re always polite and say, ‘Hi, how are you?’.

“But it’s always the same response – ‘You ain’t getting in tonight girls’.”

When they get turned away from Mode, they try to get into Tramps or Velvet but the response is the always same.

Miss Woodman, of Gillam Street in Rainbow Hill, Worcester, says she complained to someone she believed was Mode’s manager over the phone, but has never been formally given a reason why she is seemingly banned.

The nightclub say they have received no formal complaint, but said she was welcome to get in touch.

“I just want to be treated with a bit of respect,” said Miss Woodman.

Dean Hill, the nightclubs’ director, said the clubs had “a responsible door policy”.

“We expect people to make an effort and we have a dress code of smart casual,” he said.

“It is the venue managers who are on the doors, they make decisions on the doors based on our policies.

“They make judgements based on someone’s behaviour, their dress, if they’re abusive, and whether they have ID.

“And that is to make sure all our customers have a good night.

“At the end of the day, it’s private premises and we reserve the right to refuse entry for anyone.”

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10:00am Mon 23 Jan 12

rubalish says...

Why would a mother of four want to go out any way to nightclubs ?
Why dress as she does ?Call me old fashioned but I think her place is at home with her children !
To leave them on New Years Eve what is she thinking about the children or her self ,I think she should be ashamed of her self .
What a world we are living in .Children are the most precious gift you can have I think she should stay at home and take good care of them you only have them for a short time as we all know they are only on loan to you .
They grow up so fast !
Why would a mother of four want to go out any way to nightclubs ? Why dress as she does ?Call me old fashioned but I think her place is at home with her children ! To leave them on New Years Eve what is she thinking about the children or her self ,I think she should be ashamed of her self . What a world we are living in .Children are the most precious gift you can have I think she should stay at home and take good care of them you only have them for a short time as we all know they are only on loan to you . They grow up so fast ! rubalish
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10:01am Mon 23 Jan 12

greatballsoffire says...

nice boots
nice boots greatballsoffire
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10:15am Mon 23 Jan 12

mod1979 says...

I think you have really been stitched up here young lady with you posing on the end of the kerb what were you thinking?
Another piece of quality journalism from the Worcester News, who says nothing of interest ever happens in Worcester when this is the leading article of the day.
Worcester the only place where the clouds are interesting.
I think you have really been stitched up here young lady with you posing on the end of the kerb what were you thinking? Another piece of quality journalism from the Worcester News, who says nothing of interest ever happens in Worcester when this is the leading article of the day. Worcester the only place where the clouds are interesting. mod1979
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10:21am Mon 23 Jan 12

CJH says...

"I just want to be treated with a bit of respect,” said Miss Woodman.
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Well, having respect for yourself would be a good start.
"I just want to be treated with a bit of respect,” said Miss Woodman. . Well, having respect for yourself would be a good start. CJH
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10:36am Mon 23 Jan 12

jenny001 says...

Couldn't agree more CJH
Couldn't agree more CJH jenny001
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10:47am Mon 23 Jan 12

Hawlev says...

rubalish although I agree that children are the most precious gift it does not mean that you can't have a life too. As it says in the article she only goes out once a fortnight I hardly think this makes her a bad mother. I love spending time with my kids but sometimes I need to have a break and let my hair down.
rubalish although I agree that children are the most precious gift it does not mean that you can't have a life too. As it says in the article she only goes out once a fortnight I hardly think this makes her a bad mother. I love spending time with my kids but sometimes I need to have a break and let my hair down. Hawlev
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10:49am Mon 23 Jan 12

Hawlev says...

CJH and jenny001 just because she dresses the way she does, doesn't mean she has no respect for herself. It wouldn't be my choice of an outfit but when does what you wear say who you are.
CJH and jenny001 just because she dresses the way she does, doesn't mean she has no respect for herself. It wouldn't be my choice of an outfit but when does what you wear say who you are. Hawlev
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10:50am Mon 23 Jan 12

Jabbadad says...

Perhaps she was trying to get into the under 35's night MEOW. Yep just Newspaper stuff eh?
I do think however that those boots should carry a Health & Safety Certificate ha ha.
However her dress is no more provocative than lots to be seen most nights in Worcester City Centre after 10am.
As a male over 70 I have with great amusement thought back to my mum and Nan's possible thoughts and comments on this full time mother of four.
Perhaps she was trying to get into the under 35's night MEOW. Yep just Newspaper stuff eh? I do think however that those boots should carry a Health & Safety Certificate ha ha. However her dress is no more provocative than lots to be seen most nights in Worcester City Centre after 10am. As a male over 70 I have with great amusement thought back to my mum and Nan's possible thoughts and comments on this full time mother of four. Jabbadad
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11:00am Mon 23 Jan 12

skychip says...

Makes me feel cold just to look at her. She obviously has a good babysitter who would look after 4 children.
Makes me feel cold just to look at her. She obviously has a good babysitter who would look after 4 children. skychip
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11:13am Mon 23 Jan 12

jdg says...

It's interesting how it's the nightclubs who are refusing entry. One nightclub maybe, but more than one, then they must have good reasons, as most nightclubs cater for having "a good time"?
It's interesting how it's the nightclubs who are refusing entry. One nightclub maybe, but more than one, then they must have good reasons, as most nightclubs cater for having "a good time"? jdg
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11:19am Mon 23 Jan 12

ushmush says...

I'm surprised those places didn't let her in; she'd probably bring the class up a notch!
I'm surprised those places didn't let her in; she'd probably bring the class up a notch! ushmush
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11:24am Mon 23 Jan 12

rubalish says...

Hawlev wrote:
rubalish although I agree that children are the most precious gift it does not mean that you can't have a life too. As it says in the article she only goes out once a fortnight I hardly think this makes her a bad mother. I love spending time with my kids but sometimes I need to have a break and let my hair down.
There are other places you can go for a night out other than night clubs !
As I said this is a very different world we are living in .
We were quite happy to be at home with our families we did not find the need to go out and leave them and let your hair down as you say .
There is plenty of time for yourself when the children are all grown up !!!!!!!!
I just can not understand this generation at all.
[quote][p][bold]Hawlev[/bold] wrote: rubalish although I agree that children are the most precious gift it does not mean that you can't have a life too. As it says in the article she only goes out once a fortnight I hardly think this makes her a bad mother. I love spending time with my kids but sometimes I need to have a break and let my hair down.[/p][/quote]There are other places you can go for a night out other than night clubs ! As I said this is a very different world we are living in . We were quite happy to be at home with our families we did not find the need to go out and leave them and let your hair down as you say . There is plenty of time for yourself when the children are all grown up !!!!!!!! I just can not understand this generation at all. rubalish
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11:42am Mon 23 Jan 12

PaulMeUnder says...

jdg wrote:
It's interesting how it's the nightclubs who are refusing entry. One nightclub maybe, but more than one, then they must have good reasons, as most nightclubs cater for having "a good time"?
i think this is the key here. There is always more to a story and I expect if you asked for those clubs to respond they would be able to provide the flip side to this story.

The fact that she goes out every fortnight and likes clubbing is irrelevant, why shouldnt she? I personally would run a mile if I saw someone dressed like that coming towards me in a club but then if I remember, no one used to come up to me in clubs anyway BWAAAAH!
[quote][p][bold]jdg[/bold] wrote: It's interesting how it's the nightclubs who are refusing entry. One nightclub maybe, but more than one, then they must have good reasons, as most nightclubs cater for having "a good time"?[/p][/quote]i think this is the key here. There is always more to a story and I expect if you asked for those clubs to respond they would be able to provide the flip side to this story. The fact that she goes out every fortnight and likes clubbing is irrelevant, why shouldnt she? I personally would run a mile if I saw someone dressed like that coming towards me in a club but then if I remember, no one used to come up to me in clubs anyway BWAAAAH! PaulMeUnder
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11:43am Mon 23 Jan 12

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11:48am Mon 23 Jan 12

Hawlev says...

rubalish wrote:
Hawlev wrote:
rubalish although I agree that children are the most precious gift it does not mean that you can't have a life too. As it says in the article she only goes out once a fortnight I hardly think this makes her a bad mother. I love spending time with my kids but sometimes I need to have a break and let my hair down.
There are other places you can go for a night out other than night clubs !
As I said this is a very different world we are living in .
We were quite happy to be at home with our families we did not find the need to go out and leave them and let your hair down as you say .
There is plenty of time for yourself when the children are all grown up !!!!!!!!
I just can not understand this generation at all.
Then you must be one of those lucky people who can afford to stay at home, I work hard to keep a roof over my families head so why shouldn't I be allowed to have some fun, occassionally. I'm lucky if I get a night out every few months. I suppose I could stay at home full time with my family but I don't think my mortgage company would be too impressed.
[quote][p][bold]rubalish[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hawlev[/bold] wrote: rubalish although I agree that children are the most precious gift it does not mean that you can't have a life too. As it says in the article she only goes out once a fortnight I hardly think this makes her a bad mother. I love spending time with my kids but sometimes I need to have a break and let my hair down.[/p][/quote]There are other places you can go for a night out other than night clubs ! As I said this is a very different world we are living in . We were quite happy to be at home with our families we did not find the need to go out and leave them and let your hair down as you say . There is plenty of time for yourself when the children are all grown up !!!!!!!! I just can not understand this generation at all.[/p][/quote]Then you must be one of those lucky people who can afford to stay at home, I work hard to keep a roof over my families head so why shouldn't I be allowed to have some fun, occassionally. I'm lucky if I get a night out every few months. I suppose I could stay at home full time with my family but I don't think my mortgage company would be too impressed. Hawlev
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11:48am Mon 23 Jan 12

Leeolitina says...

I'm disgusted WN .....
You've only put up one picture - how can a man make a proper judgement with just one picture.
I'm disgusted WN ..... You've only put up one picture - how can a man make a proper judgement with just one picture. Leeolitina
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12:24pm Mon 23 Jan 12

rubalish says...

Hawlev wrote:
rubalish wrote:
Hawlev wrote: rubalish although I agree that children are the most precious gift it does not mean that you can't have a life too. As it says in the article she only goes out once a fortnight I hardly think this makes her a bad mother. I love spending time with my kids but sometimes I need to have a break and let my hair down.
There are other places you can go for a night out other than night clubs ! As I said this is a very different world we are living in . We were quite happy to be at home with our families we did not find the need to go out and leave them and let your hair down as you say . There is plenty of time for yourself when the children are all grown up !!!!!!!! I just can not understand this generation at all.
Then you must be one of those lucky people who can afford to stay at home, I work hard to keep a roof over my families head so why shouldn't I be allowed to have some fun, occassionally. I'm lucky if I get a night out every few months. I suppose I could stay at home full time with my family but I don't think my mortgage company would be too impressed.
I think you are miss understanding me as I am not talking about working mothers who have to leave there children to work as a necessity to pay bills act .
But is it really nessasary to go out clubbing .
Look at your Gran,s generation did they find the need to go "I do not think so "!
By the way I did work and bring up a family but as I said we were happy to be together in the evenings and weekends as that was family time and it was the best years of our life .
[quote][p][bold]Hawlev[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rubalish[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hawlev[/bold] wrote: rubalish although I agree that children are the most precious gift it does not mean that you can't have a life too. As it says in the article she only goes out once a fortnight I hardly think this makes her a bad mother. I love spending time with my kids but sometimes I need to have a break and let my hair down.[/p][/quote]There are other places you can go for a night out other than night clubs ! As I said this is a very different world we are living in . We were quite happy to be at home with our families we did not find the need to go out and leave them and let your hair down as you say . There is plenty of time for yourself when the children are all grown up !!!!!!!! I just can not understand this generation at all.[/p][/quote]Then you must be one of those lucky people who can afford to stay at home, I work hard to keep a roof over my families head so why shouldn't I be allowed to have some fun, occassionally. I'm lucky if I get a night out every few months. I suppose I could stay at home full time with my family but I don't think my mortgage company would be too impressed.[/p][/quote]I think you are miss understanding me as I am not talking about working mothers who have to leave there children to work as a necessity to pay bills act . But is it really nessasary to go out clubbing . Look at your Gran,s generation did they find the need to go "I do not think so "! By the way I did work and bring up a family but as I said we were happy to be together in the evenings and weekends as that was family time and it was the best years of our life . rubalish
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1:11pm Mon 23 Jan 12

HolyMoley says...

I wish I thought that my own parenting skills and methods were so brilliant that I should share my methods with other less amazing parents. Unfortunately they aren't. My imperfect opinion is that her children will not be harmed by her fortnightly nights out, unless she catches hypothermia or breaks her legs falling over in those mighty impressive boots.
I wish I thought that my own parenting skills and methods were so brilliant that I should share my methods with other less amazing parents. Unfortunately they aren't. My imperfect opinion is that her children will not be harmed by her fortnightly nights out, unless she catches hypothermia or breaks her legs falling over in those mighty impressive boots. HolyMoley
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1:42pm Mon 23 Jan 12

Vox populi says...

I disagree with all of you criticising her parenting skills!!

Quite the contary anyone who can get 4 kids into bed and go out clubbing for a night must be amazing. Obviously never causes any trouble as I would imagine her alcohol consumption is low due to having only a few hours sleep before the kids wake her up again!!

Not my taste in clothes but each to their own. As long as it isn’t indecent (and lets be honest there is worse on the TV at 7pm) whats the problem?

Its not the dark ages anymore even though Mary Whitehouse does seem to post on here….
I disagree with all of you criticising her parenting skills!! Quite the contary anyone who can get 4 kids into bed and go out clubbing for a night must be amazing. Obviously never causes any trouble as I would imagine her alcohol consumption is low due to having only a few hours sleep before the kids wake her up again!! Not my taste in clothes but each to their own. As long as it isn’t indecent (and lets be honest there is worse on the TV at 7pm) whats the problem? Its not the dark ages anymore even though Mary Whitehouse does seem to post on here…. Vox populi
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1:52pm Mon 23 Jan 12

Maggie Would says...

Well, as someone who dresses as disgracefully as possible whenever she can, partly to embarass my daughter, I'm wondering whether I could borrow that dress this Friday.

I might need a shoe horn, a bottle of vegetable oil and a jcb to get into it, though.
Well, as someone who dresses as disgracefully as possible whenever she can, partly to embarass my daughter, I'm wondering whether I could borrow that dress this Friday. I might need a shoe horn, a bottle of vegetable oil and a jcb to get into it, though. Maggie Would
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1:56pm Mon 23 Jan 12

Vox populi says...

As a parent Maggie I have plenty of baby oil.

You stand on top of the wardrobe and I'll hold the dress open for you.....
As a parent Maggie I have plenty of baby oil. You stand on top of the wardrobe and I'll hold the dress open for you..... Vox populi
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2:02pm Mon 23 Jan 12

Maggie Would says...

Ok, but I'm not climbing up there in those boots!
Ok, but I'm not climbing up there in those boots! Maggie Would
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2:30pm Mon 23 Jan 12

greatballsoffire says...

im sticking to my thoughts what a lovely pair of boots shes got i would most deffo polish them for her
im sticking to my thoughts what a lovely pair of boots shes got i would most deffo polish them for her greatballsoffire
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2:36pm Mon 23 Jan 12

Harry The Spider says...

It is not for us to question how another person chooses to live their life, as long as it does not impact negatively on others.

Lisa has four children, she obviously does not leave them alone in the house, that would be illegal. She obviously gets a baby sitter in once a fortnight. Or maybe her partner stays in with the kids. There's nothing wrong with that! Many parents do just that.

As for what she wears, again it's her choice. It might not suit your own sensibilities but so what? What she wears is obviously not illegal as she'd be arrested in the street otherwise.

Similarly though, the night clubs mentioned are private establishments, quite capable of making up their own minds about who they allow in or not.

So, everyone involved is free to make their own choices. What is wrong here is that Lisa is not happy with the night club's view. Tough! Go find another night club!
It is not for us to question how another person chooses to live their life, as long as it does not impact negatively on others. Lisa has four children, she obviously does not leave them alone in the house, that would be illegal. She obviously gets a baby sitter in once a fortnight. Or maybe her partner stays in with the kids. There's nothing wrong with that! Many parents do just that. As for what she wears, again it's her choice. It might not suit your own sensibilities but so what? What she wears is obviously not illegal as she'd be arrested in the street otherwise. Similarly though, the night clubs mentioned are private establishments, quite capable of making up their own minds about who they allow in or not. So, everyone involved is free to make their own choices. What is wrong here is that Lisa is not happy with the night club's view. Tough! Go find another night club! Harry The Spider
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2:38pm Mon 23 Jan 12

anychance says...

Top night spots... you need to get out more regardless of what your wearing ..
Top night spots... you need to get out more regardless of what your wearing .. anychance
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2:45pm Mon 23 Jan 12

Andy1955 says...

jdg wrote:
It's interesting how it's the nightclubs who are refusing entry. One nightclub maybe, but more than one, then they must have good reasons, as most nightclubs cater for having "a good time"?
Could it be anything to do with the nightclubs being owned by the same people?
Fair play to her, You're only young once!
PS. Not really into shoes, but everything else looks fine. ;-)
[quote][p][bold]jdg[/bold] wrote: It's interesting how it's the nightclubs who are refusing entry. One nightclub maybe, but more than one, then they must have good reasons, as most nightclubs cater for having "a good time"?[/p][/quote]Could it be anything to do with the nightclubs being owned by the same people? Fair play to her, You're only young once! PS. Not really into shoes, but everything else looks fine. ;-) Andy1955
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3:11pm Mon 23 Jan 12

Voice of the Voyager says...

Well....the camera never lies, and a picture is worth a thousand words...I hope her poor children are not as embarassed as she should be in being in such a worthless story. Front page news? Dont think so...
Well....the camera never lies, and a picture is worth a thousand words...I hope her poor children are not as embarassed as she should be in being in such a worthless story. Front page news? Dont think so... Voice of the Voyager
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3:41pm Mon 23 Jan 12

ToffeeGuy says...

Surely it is part of her 'culture' to wear clothes like this.

Other people wear clothes as part of their culture and identity and are protected by anti-discrimination laws.
Surely it is part of her 'culture' to wear clothes like this. Other people wear clothes as part of their culture and identity and are protected by anti-discrimination laws. ToffeeGuy
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4:08pm Mon 23 Jan 12

Loving it2012 says...

She is a very attractive and sexy girl. Why is it that Society tries to label people who are not afraid to flaunt their sexuality. If I owned a night club she would be very welcome.
She is a very attractive and sexy girl. Why is it that Society tries to label people who are not afraid to flaunt their sexuality. If I owned a night club she would be very welcome. Loving it2012
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4:10pm Mon 23 Jan 12

Ihavenoopinionbut says...

I think we are missing the point:

Dean Hill, the nightclubs’ director, said the clubs had “a responsible door policy”.

“We expect people to make an effort and we have a dress code of smart casual,” he said.

I think Lisa has made an effort but the door policy has been interpreted to say not coming in.
I think we are missing the point: Dean Hill, the nightclubs’ director, said the clubs had “a responsible door policy”. “We expect people to make an effort and we have a dress code of smart casual,” he said. I think Lisa has made an effort but the door policy has been interpreted to say not coming in. Ihavenoopinionbut
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4:58pm Mon 23 Jan 12

daffy says...

apart from the critism on here what about the lack of respect she is showing to her husband/other half, and her kids going out dressed like this without her partner assuming she has one. nightclubs are well known as pick up palours.
apart from the critism on here what about the lack of respect she is showing to her husband/other half, and her kids going out dressed like this without her partner assuming she has one. nightclubs are well known as pick up palours. daffy
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5:15pm Mon 23 Jan 12

marleydog5 says...

she lets her hair down once a fortnight and fair play to her although i woudnt wear this kind of outfit who r we to judge im sure there r things u all do and say and wear but u wouldnt like being critasized and is she hurting anyone no she isnt
she lets her hair down once a fortnight and fair play to her although i woudnt wear this kind of outfit who r we to judge im sure there r things u all do and say and wear but u wouldnt like being critasized and is she hurting anyone no she isnt marleydog5
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5:17pm Mon 23 Jan 12

SkipMaster says...

We have the sort of local newspaper we deserve when cr@p like this is considered news worthy, what a total waste of a front page.... There surely has to be something more interesting or relevant to the Worcester public than this? A cat stuck up a tree is more news worthy! Lazy journalism, even lazier editorship!
We have the sort of local newspaper we deserve when cr@p like this is considered news worthy, what a total waste of a front page.... There surely has to be something more interesting or relevant to the Worcester public than this? A cat stuck up a tree is more news worthy! Lazy journalism, even lazier editorship! SkipMaster
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5:42pm Mon 23 Jan 12

GroovyChick says...

rubalish wrote:
Why would a mother of four want to go out any way to nightclubs ? Why dress as she does ?Call me old fashioned but I think her place is at home with her children ! To leave them on New Years Eve what is she thinking about the children or her self ,I think she should be ashamed of her self . What a world we are living in .Children are the most precious gift you can have I think she should stay at home and take good care of them you only have them for a short time as we all know they are only on loan to you . They grow up so fast !
I do not agree with with what she is wearing, but what is wrong with her wanting to go out occasionally, just because you become a mother doesn't mean that you lose your identity as an individual. Show me a mother or father to that matter who has never been out once since their children were born. Being a parent is one of the hardest jobs, we all deserve a break!
[quote][p][bold]rubalish[/bold] wrote: Why would a mother of four want to go out any way to nightclubs ? Why dress as she does ?Call me old fashioned but I think her place is at home with her children ! To leave them on New Years Eve what is she thinking about the children or her self ,I think she should be ashamed of her self . What a world we are living in .Children are the most precious gift you can have I think she should stay at home and take good care of them you only have them for a short time as we all know they are only on loan to you . They grow up so fast ![/p][/quote]I do not agree with with what she is wearing, but what is wrong with her wanting to go out occasionally, just because you become a mother doesn't mean that you lose your identity as an individual. Show me a mother or father to that matter who has never been out once since their children were born. Being a parent is one of the hardest jobs, we all deserve a break! GroovyChick
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6:55pm Mon 23 Jan 12

pescorian says...

SkipMaster wrote:
We have the sort of local newspaper we deserve when cr@p like this is considered news worthy, what a total waste of a front page.... There surely has to be something more interesting or relevant to the Worcester public than this? A cat stuck up a tree is more news worthy! Lazy journalism, even lazier editorship!
SkipMaster - Can't you see any irony in the fact that you've bothered to comment on "cr@p"? If it's such a rubbish story, why is it attracting so many readers and commentators? I'm sure the editor was desperate to find a cat up a tree rather than run with this, and doubtless he's utterly perplexed as to why the story has been picked up with such gusto by the national press. They must all be lazy too.
[quote][p][bold]SkipMaster[/bold] wrote: We have the sort of local newspaper we deserve when cr@p like this is considered news worthy, what a total waste of a front page.... There surely has to be something more interesting or relevant to the Worcester public than this? A cat stuck up a tree is more news worthy! Lazy journalism, even lazier editorship![/p][/quote]SkipMaster - Can't you see any irony in the fact that you've bothered to comment on "cr@p"? If it's such a rubbish story, why is it attracting so many readers and commentators? I'm sure the editor was desperate to find a cat up a tree rather than run with this, and doubtless he's utterly perplexed as to why the story has been picked up with such gusto by the national press. They must all be lazy too. pescorian
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7:23pm Mon 23 Jan 12

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Because of the disrespectful and offensive nature of some of the comments left below this article, the comment facility has now been closed. MK - Digital Editor murray kelso
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