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(Mirror.co.uk)   Breastfeeding mum kicked out of public swimming pool because she might taint the water with her breast milk   (mirror.co.uk) divider line 95
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2014-07-10 06:05:47 PM  
I say it's perfectly fine to kick her out if she was in the pool itself. If she was just lounging in a chair on the side, go ahead and feed.
 
2014-07-10 07:07:54 PM  
With all the pee, poop, snot and other bodily fluids in the pool.  What's a little breast milk in the water going to do?
 
2014-07-10 08:55:28 PM  
I didn't understand the headline and then I realized in the UK they call moms -mums.

www.flowerphoto.org
 
2014-07-10 08:55:46 PM  
Captain Obvious says that there are worse things in that swimming pool. I think boob juice is preferable to other bodily fluids.
 
2014-07-10 08:56:33 PM  

ArkAngel: I say it's perfectly fine to kick her out if she was in the pool itself. If she was just lounging in a chair on the side, go ahead and feed.


She was near the pool, not in it.
 
2014-07-10 09:21:50 PM  
FTA "Shocked Rebecca Hough, 23, was approached by the manager when she began feeding 10-month-old Max a few steps from the main pool.
She said she was told to stop because the tot could be sick in the water.
She was directed to the changing rooms and told not to return for half an hour until he had fully digested the milk."



Lying subby. Bad subby.
 
2014-07-10 09:34:00 PM  
Did they check the breastfeeding mother's taint for taint from the breast milk?
 
2014-07-10 09:37:02 PM  
Seems like it would take a lot of flexibility to squirt milk on her taint.
 
2014-07-10 09:37:48 PM  

Prey4reign: Did they check the breastfeeding mother's taint for taint from the breast milk?


I should read previous comments more often.
 
2014-07-10 09:49:39 PM  
It's clearly posted in the rules..and they apply to everyone.

ipoolproducts.com
 
2014-07-10 10:06:20 PM  

optikeye: It's clearly posted in the rules..and they apply to everyone.

[ipoolproducts.com image 319x416]


RTFA

The pool manager was wrong and has sent a letter of apology.
 
2014-07-10 10:19:40 PM  
For accuracy: the pool manager was concerned about the baby spitting up in the pool and not the breast milk. Probably some rule about puke or poop in the pool closing it down for the day. --shrug--
 
2014-07-11 12:10:35 AM  

dugitman: For accuracy: the pool manager was concerned about the baby spitting up in the pool and not the breast milk. Probably some rule about puke or poop in the pool closing it down for the day. --shrug--


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2014-07-11 12:23:41 AM  

Notabunny: dugitman: For accuracy: the pool manager was concerned about the baby spitting up in the pool and not the breast milk. Probably some rule about puke or poop in the pool closing it down for the day. --shrug--

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One of those Undercover Boss episodes featured a... uhm... well you can probably guess. In the swimming area water. Seemed like their policy was mostly 'go pick it up' and I don't remember if they reopened the swimming soon afterwords or not. Seems they should probably have done more than that but I was so grossed out I stopped watching.
 
2014-07-11 12:23:45 AM  
I'd be more worried about British people tainting the water with their teef.
 
2014-07-11 12:24:09 AM  
What sort of attention wh0re gets her ya-yas out and feeds a baby "a few steps from the main pool"?

I don't have a problem with it, but attention wh0re is what attention wh0re does.

// attention wh0re
 
2014-07-11 12:27:17 AM  

Big Ramifications: What sort of attention wh0re gets her ya-yas out and feeds a baby "a few steps from the main pool"?

I don't have a problem with it, but attention wh0re is what attention wh0re does.

// attention wh0re


Oh shut it. I just joined a D&D game where one of the players has a newborn, and she feeds the diaper-bomber whenever he needs her to, in the midst of game. Babies gotta eat. And I say this as a person with a certain amount of baby-feeding phobia.
 
2014-07-11 12:29:23 AM  

optikeye: It's clearly posted in the rules..and they apply to everyone.

[ipoolproducts.com image 319x416]


This^

Any law regarding breastfeeding should state "otherwise allowed to FEED HER CHILD" if there is any sanity in the world.

Anywhere you aren't allowed to feed your child by bottle should block any attempt at breastfeeding.

I'm so sick of farktard "moms" who think the entire world must cater to her and her crotchfruit.

You decided to get pregnant.  Your life has changed.  Learn to accept that.
 
2014-07-11 12:36:54 AM  

TOSViolation: optikeye: It's clearly posted in the rules..and they apply to everyone.

[ipoolproducts.com image 319x416]

This^

Any law regarding breastfeeding should state "otherwise allowed to FEED HER CHILD" if there is any sanity in the world.

Anywhere you aren't allowed to feed your child by bottle should block any attempt at breastfeeding.

I'm so sick of farktard "moms" who think the entire world must cater to her and her crotchfruit.

You decided to get pregnant.  Your life has changed.  Learn to accept that.


I'm curious how you feel you are catering to a mother feeding her child. Would you mind explaining that to me please?
 
2014-07-11 12:37:01 AM  

Bathia_Mapes: optikeye: It's clearly posted in the rules..and they apply to everyone.

[ipoolproducts.com image 319x416]

RTFA

The pool manager was wrong and has sent a letter of apology.



I read TFA.  I think they apologised out of a misguided sense of political correctness and to avoid bad press (look how well that worked out).  Food and drink are not allowed in the pool area, to minimise the risk of spillage.  Babies do need to be burped, and often do vomit immediately after feeding, so the concerns and request were very reasonable.  The kid should not have been feeding around the pool area.  That he was sucking on a tit is irrelevant.
 
2014-07-11 12:38:09 AM  

ladyfortuna: Big Ramifications: What sort of attention wh0re gets her ya-yas out and feeds a baby "a few steps from the main pool"?

I don't have a problem with it, but attention wh0re is what attention wh0re does.

// attention wh0re

Oh shut it. I just joined a D&D game where one of the players has a newborn, and she feeds the diaper-bomber whenever he needs her to, in the midst of game. Babies gotta eat. And I say this as a person with a certain amount of baby-feeding phobia.


What character did the baby roll?
 
2014-07-11 12:46:09 AM  

lindseyp: Bathia_Mapes: optikeye: It's clearly posted in the rules..and they apply to everyone.

[ipoolproducts.com image 319x416]

RTFA

The pool manager was wrong and has sent a letter of apology.


I read TFA.  I think they apologised out of a misguided sense of political correctness and to avoid bad press (look how well that worked out).  Food and drink are not allowed in the pool area, to minimise the risk of spillage.  Babies do need to be burped, and often do vomit immediately after feeding, so the concerns and request were very reasonable.  The kid should not have been feeding around the pool area.  That he was sucking on a tit is irrelevant.


Have you ever fed a baby? If so, have you ever had a baby spit up on you? If so, have you ever noticed it virtually never makes it to the floor? If so have you ever noticed on the almost inconceivable chance that it does make it to the floor that it's so little it can be wiped up with a single piece of facial tissue paper?

I don't think you have a good picture of what is and is not reasonable here.
 
2014-07-11 12:46:44 AM  

Lochsteppe: ladyfortuna: Big Ramifications: What sort of attention wh0re gets her ya-yas out and feeds a baby "a few steps from the main pool"?

I don't have a problem with it, but attention wh0re is what attention wh0re does.

// attention wh0re

Oh shut it. I just joined a D&D game where one of the players has a newborn, and she feeds the diaper-bomber whenever he needs her to, in the midst of game. Babies gotta eat. And I say this as a person with a certain amount of baby-feeding phobia.

What character did the baby roll?


"Drooling larva that hangs out in a bouncy bed thing while occasionally soaking up dark energy from a certain player/follower of Cthulu".

He's remarkably chill about the whole thing. Then again, his dad is a part time MMA guy. It's a weird dynamic that works well.
 
2014-07-11 12:50:01 AM  
Submittard fails at reading comprehension. (Or is deliberately trolling.)
 
2014-07-11 12:50:24 AM  
This story comes up several times every summer, and every time the pool employee is wrong.  I'm pretty sure that a mom can feed her baby anywhere they are both allowed to be.  And no, a mom feeding her baby is not an AW.
 
2014-07-11 12:52:41 AM  

TwowheelinTim: lindseyp: Bathia_Mapes: optikeye: It's clearly posted in the rules..and they apply to everyone.

[ipoolproducts.com image 319x416]

RTFA

The pool manager was wrong and has sent a letter of apology.


I read TFA.  I think they apologised out of a misguided sense of political correctness and to avoid bad press (look how well that worked out).  Food and drink are not allowed in the pool area, to minimise the risk of spillage.  Babies do need to be burped, and often do vomit immediately after feeding, so the concerns and request were very reasonable.  The kid should not have been feeding around the pool area.  That he was sucking on a tit is irrelevant.

Have you ever fed a baby? If so, have you ever had a baby spit up on you? If so, have you ever noticed it virtually never makes it to the floor? If so have you ever noticed on the almost inconceivable chance that it does make it to the floor that it's so little it can be wiped up with a single piece of facial tissue paper?

I don't think you have a good picture of what is and is not reasonable here.



I have fed a baby.  many times.  I've had a baby projectile vomit on me and on the floor several times.  I'm not talking about 'spit up'.

You're the one who doesn't know what he's talking about. Maybe you've just been very lucky in your baby feeding adventures.
 
2014-07-11 12:58:27 AM  

lindseyp: TwowheelinTim: lindseyp: Bathia_Mapes: optikeye: It's clearly posted in the rules..and they apply to everyone.

[ipoolproducts.com image 319x416]

RTFA

The pool manager was wrong and has sent a letter of apology.


I read TFA.  I think they apologised out of a misguided sense of political correctness and to avoid bad press (look how well that worked out).  Food and drink are not allowed in the pool area, to minimise the risk of spillage.  Babies do need to be burped, and often do vomit immediately after feeding, so the concerns and request were very reasonable.  The kid should not have been feeding around the pool area.  That he was sucking on a tit is irrelevant.

Have you ever fed a baby? If so, have you ever had a baby spit up on you? If so, have you ever noticed it virtually never makes it to the floor? If so have you ever noticed on the almost inconceivable chance that it does make it to the floor that it's so little it can be wiped up with a single piece of facial tissue paper?

I don't think you have a good picture of what is and is not reasonable here.


I have fed a baby.  many times.  I've had a baby projectile vomit on me and on the floor several times.  I'm not talking about 'spit up'.

You're the one who doesn't know what he's talking about. Maybe you've just been very lucky in your baby feeding adventures.


This seems to vary greatly from baby to baby.  I think my wife and I have been spit up on a combined total of 3 times.
 
2014-07-11 01:02:19 AM  

lindseyp: TwowheelinTim: lindseyp: Bathia_Mapes: optikeye: It's clearly posted in the rules..and they apply to everyone.

[ipoolproducts.com image 319x416]

RTFA

The pool manager was wrong and has sent a letter of apology.


I read TFA.  I think they apologised out of a misguided sense of political correctness and to avoid bad press (look how well that worked out).  Food and drink are not allowed in the pool area, to minimise the risk of spillage.  Babies do need to be burped, and often do vomit immediately after feeding, so the concerns and request were very reasonable.  The kid should not have been feeding around the pool area.  That he was sucking on a tit is irrelevant.

Have you ever fed a baby? If so, have you ever had a baby spit up on you? If so, have you ever noticed it virtually never makes it to the floor? If so have you ever noticed on the almost inconceivable chance that it does make it to the floor that it's so little it can be wiped up with a single piece of facial tissue paper?

I don't think you have a good picture of what is and is not reasonable here.


I have fed a baby.  many times.  I've had a baby projectile vomit on me and on the floor several times.  I'm not talking about 'spit up'.

You're the one who doesn't know what he's talking about. Maybe you've just been very lucky in your baby feeding adventures.


You are defending the position that a "no food or beverages" sign applies to breast milk still in the breast.

You should feel bad, but you probably wont.
 
2014-07-11 01:02:36 AM  
I helped raise two daughters, and fed them many times. I wore their puke more times than I can count. My eldest even managed to puke on top of my head once while she was sitting on my shoulders as we waited on line at Disneyland. I now have a granddaughter and have already had her puke on me. It almost never makes it to the floor.

Maybe you've just been very unfortunate in your baby feeding adventures.

And as for your argument about feeding around the pool, I say, the baby doesn't usually puke until after they've eaten anyway. How is where the mother feeds it relevant?
 
2014-07-11 01:07:29 AM  

TwowheelinTim: I helped raise two daughters, and fed them many times. I wore their puke more times than I can count. My eldest even managed to puke on top of my head once while she was sitting on my shoulders as we waited on line at Disneyland. I now have a granddaughter and have already had her puke on me. It almost never makes it to the floor.

Maybe you've just been very unfortunate in your baby feeding adventures.


Clearly it varies from baby to baby, as another poster mentions in the thread.  So rather than take the risk, it's sensible to ban baby feeding around the pool.

And as for your argument about feeding around the pool, I say, the baby doesn't usually puke until after they've eaten anyway. How is where the mother feeds it relevant?

after or during.  And that's why the manager asked them to leave for 30 mins to let the baby's stomach settle.


jst3p: You are defending the position that a "no food or beverages" sign applies to breast milk still in the breast.

You should feel bad, but you probably wont.


Well of course not, otherwise all lactacting mothers will be banned from the pool.   Ooooh I see you didn't read the article.  The problem was her FEEDING the baby, not at all that she was breastfeeding.
 
2014-07-11 01:19:12 AM  

lindseyp: ell of course not, otherwise all lactacting mothers will be banned from the pool.   Ooooh I see you didn't read the article.  The problem was her FEEDING the baby, not at all that she was breastfeeding.


Was the rule that you are defending "no eating or drinking near the pool" or "no food or drink near the pool"?

The sign indicates the latter.
 
2014-07-11 01:19:56 AM  

jst3p: You are defending the position that a "no food or beverages" sign applies to breast milk still in the breast.


Food is food, no matter which container is comes in.  If the place has a zero-tolerance ban on food and drink, I don't see why breast milk should get an exception.

What would be discriminatory is if they allowed drink but then prohibited her from feeding.  Then she would have a case.
 
2014-07-11 01:22:14 AM  

jst3p: The sign indicates the latter.


You do know the sign posted was a snarky joke thing? Right?

In fact it's a call back to very old classic joke. Just FYI.
 
2014-07-11 01:25:49 AM  

Dinjiin: jst3p: You are defending the position that a "no food or beverages" sign applies to breast milk still in the breast.

Food is food, no matter which container is comes in.  If the place has a zero-tolerance ban on food and drink, I don't see why breast milk should get an exception.



What if it's in mah bellah?
 
2014-07-11 01:30:50 AM  
Any person of any age wearing a diaper should never be allowed in a public pool ever.
 
2014-07-11 01:35:36 AM  

Dinjiin: If the place has a zero-tolerance ban on


...anything then you can be sure they aren't attempting to make reasonable or useful rules and should use your own best judgement instead of relying on theirs.
 
2014-07-11 01:35:42 AM  

lindseyp: Clearly it varies from baby to baby, as another poster mentions in the thread.  So rather than take the risk, it's sensible to ban baby feeding around the pool.


Yeah, well, ya know that's just like, uh, your opinion man.

And ya know, I have mine man.

And if I want to play in the water, I'll go to the river or the ocean. They're both very accessible, with a much lower concentration of people and their shiat, piss, puke and the chemicals they pump in the water in an attempt mitigate the nastiness, though they're really only adding to it.

Not that any of it matters anyway. What's important here is that the news media has no problem in distracting us from the real issues.
 
2014-07-11 01:47:23 AM  

DoctorWhat: lindseyp: TwowheelinTim: lindseyp: Bathia_Mapes: optikeye: It's clearly posted in the rules..and they apply to everyone.

[ipoolproducts.com image 319x416]

RTFA

The pool manager was wrong and has sent a letter of apology.


I read TFA.  I think they apologised out of a misguided sense of political correctness and to avoid bad press (look how well that worked out).  Food and drink are not allowed in the pool area, to minimise the risk of spillage.  Babies do need to be burped, and often do vomit immediately after feeding, so the concerns and request were very reasonable.  The kid should not have been feeding around the pool area.  That he was sucking on a tit is irrelevant.

Have you ever fed a baby? If so, have you ever had a baby spit up on you? If so, have you ever noticed it virtually never makes it to the floor? If so have you ever noticed on the almost inconceivable chance that it does make it to the floor that it's so little it can be wiped up with a single piece of facial tissue paper?

I don't think you have a good picture of what is and is not reasonable here.


I have fed a baby.  many times.  I've had a baby projectile vomit on me and on the floor several times.  I'm not talking about 'spit up'.

You're the one who doesn't know what he's talking about. Maybe you've just been very lucky in your baby feeding adventures.

This seems to vary greatly from baby to baby.  I think my wife and I have been spit up on a combined total of 3 times.


It definitely does. My son barely spit up (but now that he's 3, the pukes at the drop of a smell) but my friend's baby pukes copious amounts every feeding.
 
2014-07-11 01:57:10 AM  

BizarreMan: With all the pee, poop, snot and other bodily fluids in the pool.  What's a little breast milk in the water going to do?


I assumed everyone was more worried for the kid's safety.
 
2014-07-11 02:00:56 AM  
Isn't this kinda' like smuggling a flask into a bar, or candy into a movie theatre ? If it's against the rules, milk/pump yourself and simply bring a bottle along. Is it really that complicated ?

/WTF ??
 
2014-07-11 02:04:57 AM  
Our 4 month old spits up milk in the pool on a regular basis. You have to feed him before you get in or he only lasts about 15 minutes. With a full belly he can be in the pool for about an hour. But a full belly also means that there's a bit of semi-digested milk dribble that comes up about 10 minutes after we get in the pool. Like snot it pretty much dissolves immediately, no big deal. If it was huge puke I might see where it would be a problem though.

It also cracks me up that he's supposed to wear a "Swim Diaper." That this thing could keep any poop or pee out of the pool is ridiculous.
 
2014-07-11 02:09:10 AM  

JoshTheTech: Any person of any age wearing a diaper should never be allowed in a public pool ever.


wax_on: Our 4 month old spits up milk in the pool on a regular basis. You have to feed him before you get in or he only lasts about 15 minutes. With a full belly he can be in the pool for about an hour. But a full belly also means that there's a bit of semi-digested milk dribble that comes up about 10 minutes after we get in the pool. Like snot it pretty much dissolves immediately, no big deal. If it was huge puke I might see where it would be a problem though.

It also cracks me up that he's supposed to wear a "Swim Diaper." That this thing could keep any poop or pee out of the pool is ridiculous.


I believe you two have something to discuss. Just play nice now.
 
2014-07-11 02:33:10 AM  

lindseyp: TwowheelinTim: lindseyp: Bathia_Mapes: optikeye: It's clearly posted in the rules..and they apply to everyone.

[ipoolproducts.com image 319x416]

RTFA

The pool manager was wrong and has sent a letter of apology.


I read TFA.  I think they apologised out of a misguided sense of political correctness and to avoid bad press (look how well that worked out).  Food and drink are not allowed in the pool area, to minimise the risk of spillage.  Babies do need to be burped, and often do vomit immediately after feeding, so the concerns and request were very reasonable.  The kid should not have been feeding around the pool area.  That he was sucking on a tit is irrelevant.

Have you ever fed a baby? If so, have you ever had a baby spit up on you? If so, have you ever noticed it virtually never makes it to the floor? If so have you ever noticed on the almost inconceivable chance that it does make it to the floor that it's so little it can be wiped up with a single piece of facial tissue paper?

I don't think you have a good picture of what is and is not reasonable here.


I have fed a baby.  many times.  I've had a baby projectile vomit on me and on the floor several times.  I'm not talking about 'spit up'.

You're the one who doesn't know what he's talking about. Maybe you've just been very lucky in your baby feeding adventures.


It's sounding an awful lot, lindseyp, like you're angry that she got an apology because you are generally angry at breastfeeding moms.

The laws about breastfeeding mothers being allowed "anywhere they would otherwise legally be" were put in place to protect both mothers and babies from public humiliation, having to breastfeed in a disgusting bathroom, or forced expulsion from the premises.

You might not remember the bad old days, but obviously they aren't all the way behind us.  I wear nursing shirts (and under that, a nursing camisole/tank top) because I am naturally a modest breastfeeder.  I have been nursing for more than 21 years.  (not consecutively, and no, I'm not a Duggar).  I am still nursing.

Because of the laws in place to protect nursing mothers, we can now enjoy a meal in the same restaurants where bottle-feeding mothers used to watch us get humiliated by staff or forced to leave.  We can now breastfeed our babies WHEN THEY NEED TO BE FED, just like bottle feeding parents, who have historically taken that ability for granted.

I have been asked to go to the bathroom to "do that" when nursing my son, while very modestly dressed, while he was still lying in his sling, while sitting down and watching my older kids spend their allowance.  I was in a toy section of a large store.  I was not being overt (and even if I was, so what).  I was not making anyone but the one employee who saw me uncomfortable (and even if I was, so what).

This baby was 10 feet from the pool, at least.  If he'd been nursing in the car (or the changing room) before this incident got everyone's Speedos in a wad, nobody would have known.  And he still had the same chance of spitting up.

Are they going to start demanding all bottle-fed and breast fed babies wait half an our before being allowed out of the changing room?  Are they going to ask every little toddler if they've overindulged on hot dogs and lemonade before coming to the pool (because hey, anyone can get a stomache ache).


Breastfeeding is not a public health nuicance.  No matter what.

If that baby pooped IN A SWIM DIAPER in that pool, nobody would have batted an eye, but more disgusting germs get in the water from those things than from any bit of spit up, leakage from a breast, or drool.
 
2014-07-11 02:34:12 AM  

Prey4reign: Did they check the breastfeeding mother's taint for taint from the breast milk?


Taint funny, McGee.
 
2014-07-11 02:43:51 AM  

Dinjiin: jst3p: You are defending the position that a "no food or beverages" sign applies to breast milk still in the breast.

Food is food, no matter which container is comes in.  If the place has a zero-tolerance ban on food and drink, I don't see why breast milk should get an exception.

What would be discriminatory is if they allowed drink but then prohibited her from feeding.  Then she would have a case.


This is also incorrect.

Just as a for-instance, our local childrens' library room does not allow sippy cups, any food, or any other beverage (even bottles).   Breastfeeding, however, is allowed.

Why?  Because moms and dads sometimes let their darlings wander around with a sippy cup or a bottle (no matter what's in the bottle)  or whatever.  Because people mixing and shaking formula in bottles sometimes experience that "oops" when the lid isn't on right.  And the books suffer for all that.

Nobody has ever run off with my breast and spilled breastmilk all over a stack of books.

The potential for spit up was not the issue for the employee.  I think they were grossed out on a personal level and felt they had to come up with more than, "Um, I'm icked out by you feeding your baby, so here are a few more rules I pulled out of my ass."

It is simply illegal to ban a mother from nursing her child anywhere that she and the child have a right to be.
 
2014-07-11 02:44:22 AM  

granolasteak: It's sounding an awful lot, lindseyp, like you're angry that she got an apology because you are generally angry at breastfeeding moms.


Nope.  Not in the slightest.  Feeding the baby in the pool area is the issue.  I did take care to mention that the fact the baby was sucking milk out of a tit is totally irrelevant.  That you choose to ignore that and interpret my comments another way suggests you're the one with some agenda here.  Social Justice Warriors are really starting to annoy me these days with their 'interpretation' of totally innocent comments or suchlike in a way which supposedly hurts someone's feelings.
 
2014-07-11 02:56:37 AM  

lindseyp: granolasteak: It's sounding an awful lot, lindseyp, like you're angry that she got an apology because you are generally angry at breastfeeding moms.

Nope.  Not in the slightest.  Feeding the baby in the pool area is the issue.  I did take care to mention that the fact the baby was sucking milk out of a tit is totally irrelevant.  That you choose to ignore that and interpret my comments another way suggests you're the one with some agenda here.  Social Justice Warriors are really starting to annoy me these days with their 'interpretation' of totally innocent comments or suchlike in a way which supposedly hurts someone's feelings.


Can you answer the rest of the intelligent questions that have been posted here?

We are never going to agree on this, that's pretty obvious.  But ignoring other points of the debate are making me think you are just irrational on this issue.

And you're "totally innocent comments" are insultingly worded and they sound VERY VERY angry.

You can't hurt my feelings because I'm not impressed with your reasoning yet.  And if you think I'm a social justice warrior, that's the nicest thing you've said in this thread.
 
2014-07-11 02:58:46 AM  
If a person got into the pool, wouldn' their taint "taint" it?
 
2014-07-11 03:46:13 AM  

Because People in power are Stupid: I didn't understand the headline and then I realized in the UK they call moms -mums.


Mum's the word.
 
2014-07-11 03:50:19 AM  

JoshTheTech: Any person of any age wearing a diaper should never be allowed in a public pool ever.


Considering the fact that neither the mother or her baby were in the pool you have nothing to worry about.
 
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