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(Daily Mail)   It's embarrassing to trip up on pavement, topple the stroller you're pushing, and dump your baby out of it. It must be extra embarrassing to do that when the paparazzi are witnesses   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 95
    More: Fail, Peaches Geldof, Bob Geldof, Little Astala, beauty, drug overdose, heroin overdoses, East London, strollers  
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2012-09-10 09:47:12 AM
Is the baby's name Herb?
 
2012-09-10 09:51:57 AM
Snapper Carr: Apart from being Bob's daughter, has she actually done anything noteworthy?

Wondered this myself. WHy are the paparazzi following this woman around?
 
2012-09-10 09:52:48 AM
That's a pretty good PLF baby Peaches, or whatever stupid name was picked for you.
 
2012-09-10 09:59:06 AM

Barricaded Gunman: Snapper Carr: Apart from being Bob's daughter, has she actually done anything noteworthy?

Wondered this myself. WHy are the paparazzi following this woman around?


Her job title is "socialite."
 
2012-09-10 10:01:47 AM
She better not come to Montreal...
 
2012-09-10 10:01:51 AM

Barricaded Gunman: Snapper Carr: Apart from being Bob's daughter, has she actually done anything noteworthy?

Wondered this myself. WHy are the paparazzi following this woman around?


Her girl parts show up on occasion.
 
2012-09-10 10:05:25 AM

King_Nothing: Barricaded Gunman: Snapper Carr: Apart from being Bob's daughter, has she actually done anything noteworthy?

Wondered this myself. WHy are the paparazzi following this woman around?

Her girl parts show up on occasion.


Somebody should inform them that they can find those on internet. No need to follow somebody on the street
 
2012-09-10 10:13:47 AM
That's why you always strap your kid in rather than just lying about it on Twitter. Maybe she learned her lesson.
 
2012-09-10 10:14:46 AM

wildsnowllama: Instead of taking pics, perhaps they could act like a decent human being and help her AND the baby up!


That's crazy talk.
 
2012-09-10 10:26:59 AM
Am I the only one that noticed that the baby was a girl and the author kept on saying it was a "he"? Its obvious that the baby is wearing pink and panty hose, oh and the baby wasnt strapped in, obviously because it was dangling out of the stroller.
 
2012-09-10 10:27:55 AM
"She insisted he had been strapped in ..."

i.dailymail.co.uk

Maybe not so much.
 
2012-09-10 10:43:17 AM
If Im going to shel out big bucks for a stroller it better have monster truck tires that can crush the homeless.
 
2012-09-10 10:44:31 AM
"So....there I am, just lyin' in my pram, suckin on my passi and biatching to myself about the fact that mum named me Astala...seriously Mum...WTF? So anyways, I'm layin there, mindin my own business and BAM!! next thing I know, I'm ass over tea kettle, fallin all about the place cuz apparently Mummy can't see a god-damned crater in the middle of the sidewalk...And, to make it worse, because in the past, ol' Peach has been know to tipple a bit and do stupid shiat, there's some douchenozzle paps snapping pictures the whole time, so of course he catches me, flailing around ass up on the walk and looking like a total spaz to all the world....FML!"
 
2012-09-10 10:58:48 AM

Snapper Carr: Apart from being Bob's daughter, has she actually done anything noteworthy?


She apparently puts out...
 
2012-09-10 11:26:52 AM
Why hasn't this person been arrested?
 
2012-09-10 11:43:51 AM
I love that she stayed on the phone after dumping her kid on the street. That takes some dedication. I myself would say "I gotta call you back" and tend to the wee one, but she was really able to tough it out with a simple "Hold on..... Yeah it was nothing, the kid will stop crying in a minute, as I was saying..."
 
2012-09-10 11:51:07 AM
Accidents happen, but no way I'd stay on the phone after an accident like that and then blame the roads on top of it all. Wow.
 
2012-09-10 11:59:14 AM

megalynn44: I love that she stayed on the phone after dumping her kid on the street. That takes some dedication. I myself would say "I gotta call you back" and tend to the wee one, but she was really able to tough it out with a simple "Hold on..... Yeah it was nothing, the kid will stop crying in a minute, as I was saying..."


Not to worry, babies are mostly cartilage at that age.
 
2012-09-10 12:00:57 PM
"This is everybody's fault but mine!"
 
2012-09-10 12:02:02 PM
Is this the "celeb" that a guy on Reddit had a one night stand with after giving her some heroin? This name sounds really familiar.
 
2012-09-10 12:06:54 PM

Barricaded Gunman: Wondered this myself. WHy are the paparazzi following this woman around?



She just dumped her baby on the ground while pushing her stroller one-handed so she could talk on the phone, and you're asking why they're following her around!!! To usher in the Apocalypse, obviously.
 
2012-09-10 12:13:12 PM

Suprman37: Is this the "celeb" that a guy on Reddit had a one night stand with after giving her some heroin? This name sounds really familiar.


You nailed it. And everyone has nailed her.
 
2012-09-10 12:24:28 PM

chevydeuce: "So....there I am, just lyin' in my pram, suckin on my passi and biatching to myself about the fact that mum named me Astala...seriously Mum...WTF? So anyways, I'm layin there, mindin my own business and BAM!! next thing I know, I'm ass over tea kettle, fallin all about the place cuz apparently Mummy can't see a god-damned crater in the middle of the sidewalk...And, to make it worse, because in the past, ol' Peach has been know to tipple a bit and do stupid shiat, there's some douchenozzle paps snapping pictures the whole time, so of course he catches me, flailing around ass up on the walk and looking like a total spaz to all the world....FML!"


Got me thinking of Patrick Dennis.
 
2012-09-10 12:40:02 PM
Babies have to be strapped down in a stroller now? Since when?

/Not a father, but has alot of younger cousins
//News to me
 
2012-09-10 12:42:05 PM

oldfarthenry: Mummy Peaches: `Oopsie-doodles!'
Babby Peach-Pit: `What the-? Dammit, you vacuous twunt!'


"Baby Peach Pit" gave me a good laugh.
 
2012-09-10 12:57:01 PM

moonage daydream: oldfarthenry: Mummy Peaches: `Oopsie-doodles!'
Babby Peach-Pit: `What the-? Dammit, you vacuous twunt!'

"Baby Peach Pit" gave me a good laugh.


I hear BPP yelling that in Stewie Griffin's voice. Blast! What the deuce!?
 
2012-09-10 01:38:18 PM
That baby almost caused her to put her phone down. Almost
 
2012-09-10 01:39:12 PM
Does she want the hole filled up with bricks from a wall?
 
2012-09-10 01:47:46 PM

splat the whale: Suprman37: Is this the "celeb" that a guy on Reddit had a one night stand with after giving her some heroin? This name sounds really familiar.

You nailed it. And everyone has nailed her.


And you believed this person?
 
2012-09-10 01:57:05 PM

AppleOptionEsc: Babies have to be strapped down in a stroller now? Since when?

/Not a father, but has alot of younger cousins
//News to me


Try not strapping your baby into the stroller once they can move about, and see what happens. We forgot to strap our little guy in last weekend, turned our backs for literally 10 seconds, and he launched himself out of the stroller and onto the hall floor. There were a couple tears but no damage. Luckily, babies are mostly rubber. I felt like a criminal, though, and the guilt ensured that I'll never EVER make that mistake again.
 
2012-09-10 02:46:13 PM
Might as well blame the baby at this point.

Someone should take her phone away... I know that if the mother of my kids would have done something like this, she'd be seriously explained that she should never have a freaking cell phone in her hands when pushing a stroller.

/explanation would be less than civilized and the cell phone might not survive.
 
2012-09-10 02:49:54 PM

Quantum Apostrophe: She better not come to Montreal...


Job security for me....

Is it wrong that I'm still a Darwinist, despite my job?
 
2012-09-10 03:09:39 PM
"...It's not camping equipment, it's a baby. Touch the little prick every now and then - he'll thank you for it someday."

/Carlin - ALWAYS RELEVANT
 
2012-09-10 04:45:12 PM
It's not like this is the baby that is going to cure cancer in the future.....not going to happen, carry on people. Stupid twunt is careless and stupid.
 
2012-09-10 04:57:20 PM

AppleOptionEsc: Babies have to be strapped down in a stroller now? Since when?

/Not a father, but has alot of younger cousins
//News to me


Nanny State told so
 
2012-09-10 05:05:30 PM

Some things are funnier in reverse.

www.fishki.lv
"Here let me help... I got it...."


binside.typepad.com
"PSYCHE!"
 
2012-09-10 05:42:34 PM

Tat'dGreaser: splat the whale: Suprman37: Is this the "celeb" that a guy on Reddit had a one night stand with after giving her some heroin? This name sounds really familiar.

You nailed it. And everyone has nailed her.

And you believed this person?


He had pictures, man. Naked Peaches, daisy chain tattoos and all, laying around in bed with a ginger dude.
 
2012-09-10 06:21:17 PM
Folks, Every parent has dropped their baby in some way, shape, or form, at least once. Though, doing it and picking said baby up, while never dropping your cell phone has to be some kind of special....
 
2012-09-10 07:59:15 PM
Hang up the phone, ya narcissistic a-hole.
 
2012-09-10 08:11:11 PM

GladGirl: Try not strapping your baby into the stroller once they can move about, and see what happens. We forgot to strap our little guy in last weekend, turned our backs for literally 10 seconds, and he launched himself out of the stroller and onto the hall floor. There were a couple tears but no damage. Luckily, babies are mostly rubber. I felt like a criminal, though, and the guilt ensured that I'll never EVER make that mistake again.


High chairs too. They're like freaking eels.

/those were the days
 
2012-09-10 08:57:09 PM

HotIgneous Intruder: Barricaded Gunman: Snapper Carr: Apart from being Bob's daughter, has she actually done anything noteworthy?

Wondered this myself. WHy are the paparazzi following this woman around?

Her job title is "socialite."


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Q--"Name and occupation?"
A--"Pamela Courson....ornament."
 
2012-09-10 10:23:19 PM

cryinoutloud: Maybe if she carried her baby sometimes, instead of just tucking her into the latest high-dollar stroller, these things wouldn't happen. But I guess she wouldn't be able to talk on her phone then. And oh, how inconvenient to actually have to hold your child, when it smells and cries and spits up and stuff. Eeww.


This my kid practically lived out of his ergo (infant insert ftw) during his early days. I threw him in there whenever I was studying/just doing stuff around the house, he loved it. Obviously I let him out to play, but rarely did he ever have to sleep in his crib or stroller.
 
2012-09-10 11:16:28 PM

stellarossa: Did something similar the first time I took our oldest out for a walk. She was about 2 weeks old, I was a proud dad. I made the mistake of not strapping her in the stroller.

During the walk my dog freaked, ran between me and the stroller, I had the dog's leash on my wrist. She jerked my wrist down and, in doing so, toppled the stroller, sending my 3 week old daughter head first onto the concrete sidewalk.

I ran all the way home with her, vowing to beat the dog once I had time. My daughter was ok and is now 7 and does not appear to have been harmed by the incident.

/didn't beat the dog, just gave her some serious bad stares.
//was not on cellphone either


The ex-wife wouldn't have let me out of the house with an unstrapped-in baby. I probably wouldn't have taken the dog in tow, personally. However, if what happened to you had happened to me, the dog would have been farking dead within 5 minutes of reaching home.
 
2012-09-11 07:27:21 AM

forgotmydamnusername: stellarossa: Did something similar the first time I took our oldest out for a walk. She was about 2 weeks old, I was a proud dad. I made the mistake of not strapping her in the stroller.

During the walk my dog freaked, ran between me and the stroller, I had the dog's leash on my wrist. She jerked my wrist down and, in doing so, toppled the stroller, sending my 3 week old daughter head first onto the concrete sidewalk.

I ran all the way home with her, vowing to beat the dog once I had time. My daughter was ok and is now 7 and does not appear to have been harmed by the incident.

/didn't beat the dog, just gave her some serious bad stares.
//was not on cellphone either

The ex-wife wouldn't have let me out of the house with an unstrapped-in baby. I probably wouldn't have taken the dog in tow, personally. However, if what happened to you had happened to me, the dog would have been farking dead within 5 minutes of reaching home.


It was called learning the hard way. Never did take another walk with any of my 4 if they were not strapped in, mostly with a 5-point harness.
 
2012-09-11 11:00:05 PM

The_Homeless_Guy: cryinoutloud: Maybe if she carried her baby sometimes, instead of just tucking her into the latest high-dollar stroller, these things wouldn't happen. But I guess she wouldn't be able to talk on her phone then. And oh, how inconvenient to actually have to hold your child, when it smells and cries and spits up and stuff. Eeww.

This my kid practically lived out of his ergo (infant insert ftw) during his early days. I threw him in there whenever I was studying/just doing stuff around the house, he loved it. Obviously I let him out to play, but rarely did he ever have to sleep in his crib or stroller.


I still carry my 1 year old son in my ergo (did the moby when he was an infant). I honestly think he's only been in his stroller about 10 times since he was born. I didn't have the strength to carry my older daughter (was very sick for a long time), so I always felt sad about that. It makes carrying my son that much better. Plus it really is more convenient for getting in and out of places quickly and without much fuss.
 
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