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Results: What do you think of the new Mums and Dads Boards

I would like to keep the new sub-boards just for Mums and Dads

0.61% • 1 votes

I would prefer to loose the Mums and Dads boards and keep sexism out of moneysaving

99.39% • 163 votes

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164 votes in total.

    • jap200
    • By jap200 6th Dec 12, 8:47 AM
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    Poll: Keep or lose moneysaving mums and dads sub-boards?
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    • 6th Dec 12, 8:47 AM
    Poll: Keep or lose moneysaving mums and dads sub-boards? 6th Dec 12 at 8:47 AM
    What do you think of the new moneysaving mums and dads sub-boards that have appeard recently on the Family board on MSE? I have found some of my threads in the main family board moved to one of these boards, but would have preferred to keep sexism out of moneysaving.

    Sorry about typo in poll question - it should of course be lose not loose!

    What do you think (about the poll - not my poor typing/spelling)?
    Last edited by jap200; 06-12-2012 at 6:33 PM. Reason: Spelling! And to add more details now that this has been moved!
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