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Apprentice contestant only lets her kids play with kids she approves of.

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" I also favour children who have good old-fashioned Victorian names such as George, Henry and Victoria. And, if a child has a name with a Latin or Greek derivation such as Ariadne or Helena, all the better. It indicates the parents are well educated."

And her girls are called Poppy and India
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So I guess my kids Lexus and Aliza wont be getting an invite anytime soon?
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So I guess my kids Lexus and Aliza wont be getting an invite anytime soon?
Not a chance. Too common and uneducated by far
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Old Feb 21st 2013, 9:58 am
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She's a ****. She's always been a **** and always will be a ****. The only thing that'll change is she'll have some more **** kids.
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Originally Posted by Lorna at Vicenza View Post
Not a chance. Too common and uneducated by far
I blame the parents....

However as a comment to the OP (whose kids would get an invite), I can't see anything wrong with it, surely you want your kids to grow up to be the best, same reason parents send their kids to Public School, look at the pic of the Bullingdon Boys at Oxford, all now at the top of their game, Cameron, Boris, Osborne etc..

Although I'm sure that a few on this bored will argue that's exactly why she should let her kids mix with who they want to.
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I blame the parents....

However as a comment to the OP (whose kids would get an invite), I can't see anything wrong with it, surely you want your kids to grow up to be the best, same reason parents send their kids to Public School, look at the pic of the Bullingdon Boys at Oxford, all now at the top of their game, Cameron, Boris, Osborne etc..

Although I'm sure that a few on this bored will argue that's exactly why she should let her kids mix with who they want to.
By age 5 I knew who I didn't want to socialise with. Anyone who looked, acted or sounded like a peasant.

Fortunately, private school allows one to avoid such folk.
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I don't think she's that bad - seems a bit arrogant and aloof that's all - and her children have got very silly names indeed.

But it's very good parenting to try and keep your children in good company when they are smaller to set them on the right path. My son has a friend who is incredibly disruptive, loud, rude and who doesn't study hard...and I do my damnedest to keep my lad away from him and in the company of children who will give him more positive influences.

Don't most parents want their children to do well, meet the right kind of people and prosper in life?

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Don't most parents want their children to do well, meet the right kind of people and prosper in life?

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Yes we do, but don't you have to meet some shitty people in life to learn to recognise the good ones?
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Although I'm sure that a few on this bored will argue that's exactly why she should let her kids mix with who they want to.
I love how we have parents who obey their children these days...they have no idea how much damage that does to them, and to the greater society.

We moan about Britain but it's precisely a lack of what I call "upward snobbery" that contributes to the rise of 'chav' culture which we all hate.

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Kids need to get beaten up or the piss taken out of them by other kids or they'll grow up so unbelievably soft they'll rely entirely on Mummy for help.

Nothing worse than posh ***** who have been provided with everything they've ever wanted or needed and funded through 'experiences' like working a ski season which they deem to be the greatest life achievement they've had.

**** off...do something impressive.
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By age 5 I knew who I didn't want to socialise with. Anyone who looked, acted or sounded like a peasant.

Fortunately, private school allows one to avoid such folk.
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I don't think she's that bad - seems a bit arrogant and aloof that's all - and her children have got very silly names indeed.

But it's very good parenting to try and keep your children in good company when they are smaller to set them on the right path. My son has a friend who is incredibly disruptive, loud, rude and who doesn't study hard...and I do my damnedest to keep my lad away from him and in the company of children who will give him more positive influences.

Don't most parents want their children to do well, meet the right kind of people and prosper in life?

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being a good parent is one thing and i do agree with you, however being a twat about it it the daily fail is another thing altogether
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being a good parent is one thing and i do agree with you, however being a twat about it it the daily fail is another thing altogether
This.
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I blame the parents....

However as a comment to the OP (whose kids would get an invite), I can't see anything wrong with it, surely you want your kids to grow up to be the best, same reason parents send their kids to Public School, look at the pic of the Bullingdon Boys at Oxford, all now at the top of their game, Cameron, Boris, Osborne etc..

Although I'm sure that a few on this bored will argue that's exactly why she should let her kids mix with who they want to.
I'm sure you said that just to get a bite, but when I see pictures of those people, Gideon, Dave and Boris at the Bullingdon Club, the ones born into privilege....I remember how we're all this together.
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