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    Parents of EduGeek.

    Parents of EduGeek. Before you read more and scoll down watch this:



    I'm not a parent but I have spent a lot of my teen years looking after my brother and sister.

    I'm personally with Peaches Geldof... for once.


    What do you guys think?

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    Blocked here- what does it say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by witch View Post
    Blocked here- what does it say?
    ITV


    Former Apprentice star Katie Hopkins says Geldof girl Peaches got an easy ride on the This Morning sofa because she only agreed to come on the show and discuss attachment parenting if Katie "shut up and let her talk".
    Katie doesn't pull any punches as she also slams the dainty blonde mum for being spoilt and rips into her attachment parenting beliefs.
    "Peaches has never worked a hard shift in her life," Katie swipes.
    "At 24 she has been married, divorced, remarried and had two babies. Old Peachy cheeks gets through life's story lines faster than Eastenders on a good week."
    Tuesday's debate started off fairly civilised with Peaches Geldof explaining the pros of Attachment Parenting, but the pair's debate quickly spiralled into a very heated argument as Katie Hopkins dismissed the practice as "new age nonsense" - with Peaches claiming the victory
    At one point, when Peaches mentions pushing her child in a stroller, Katie takes to childishly chiding the blonde mum about the accident she had with baby Astala.
    "She likes Attachment Parenting until her baby is on the floor on the pavement," Katie says cuttingly.
    "Every single mother has a baby fall out of bed or fall from the pram," Peaches hits back, with Paul coming to her defence.
    Later, Scofe even hilariously snaps at Katie to "stop" after she insists on trying to talk overthe 24-year-old.
    Bob Geldof's daughter quickly posted a string of triumphant tweets blasting Katie as soon as their debate wrapped.
    "Well... That was easy," she wrote. "Think I know who won that one. Hopkins was literally SHAKING when I shook her hand afterwards.
    "Think I just said to Katie Hopkins live on This Morning what the whole of Britain wants to say to her. YOU LOSE, sucka!!!!"
    "Just saw the Hopkins exiting the This Morning studios with her tail between her legs and a traumatised expression on her face. Finally!!"
    So far, Katie's remained tight-lipped about the showdown, although she has retweeted other people's messages, including one that read: "@KTHopkins lol must say I'm team katie peaches is full of s**t."
    A day before the live show, Katie had a pop at Peaches parenting skills on Twitter.
    Alongside a picture of the moment Peaches accidentally sent baby Astala into a backwards roly poly, she wrote: "Looking forward to getting some parenting advice from Peaches later on #itvthismorning.
    "peaches believes in attachment parenting. Attached to a phone that is..."
    But Peaches didn't waste any time blasting Katie in an epic Twitter rant.
    Peaches shared this picture of the pair on Instagram
    peachesgeldof / Instagram
    "This is the woman who wrote of a disabled sporting hero that she hoped that she would roll over nails on her way to a tv appearance. This is the woman who hates women, ethnic minorities, anyone with less money, anyone who dares point out the glaringly obvious her own children on a regular basis. I wouldn't be surprised if she had a shrivelled old pair of balls under that 1980s sloaney tweed skirt of hers.
    "All the better to castrate her with. What we need to ask ourselves is why we even allow her to have a platform. It says a lot about the state of current media that she is allowed to spew her repugnant hate all over day time tv shows.
    "I'm all for free speech, but when a woman who insults the disabled is the current fave in a long line of ever changing "love to hate" tabloid darlings we must ask ourselves, what is next? Hitler being exhumed from his grave, reanimated and allowed as a contestant on the Apprentice or a commentator on itv??"
    She finished: "If she even tries to insult her own children on live television again, or anyone else for that matter, I may or may not have to lamp her one."

    Taken from: Katie Hopkins: The truth behind my showdown with Peaches Geldof on This Morning - Daily Record

    So take it with a pinch of salt but that's pretty much what happened.

    To be quite honest I hate Katie Hopkins with passion she's so one sided and up her own backside :@ ANGERS ME


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    But that's exactly why she is on the TV - so people can rant about how awful she is. I have spotted a look in her eyes that seems to tell me that it is all for show...

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    Quote Originally Posted by witch View Post
    But that's exactly why she is on the TV - so people can rant about how awful she is. I have spotted a look in her eyes that seems to tell me that it is all for show...
    I agree, but there are people who follow her idea and views... which sickens me. Opinons obviously but still...

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    Until the next fad comes along I think we'll stick with the good old 'doing the best we can'.
    It's worked so far for most of us!

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    A pretty dark day for society when the likes of those two are brought on to lecture on parenting.

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    I'm still surprised Holly Willoughby managed to keep her cool and not beat her face in the first time they had her on This Morning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box View Post
    Until the next fad comes along I think we'll stick with the good old 'doing the best we can'.
    It's worked so far for most of us!
    Say that to the vast majority of people where I live... I'm scared to drive. :P

    - Stereotyping since 2013.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witch View Post
    But that's exactly why she is on the TV - so people can rant about how awful she is. I have spotted a look in her eyes that seems to tell me that it is all for show...
    This. She's basically the Jeremy Clarkson of daytime TV. I'd be suprised if she believes even 10% of the horrific small minded crap she spews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sdrawkcab View Post
    This. She's basically the Jeremy Clarkson of daytime TV. I'd be suprised if she believes even 10% of the horrific small minded crap she spews.
    I like Jeremy Clarkson... xD

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    shes on her way to try and become the UKs Anne Coulter really, just on our TV for the controversialness of views, glad I work and miss this junk every day though

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    Quote Originally Posted by rich_tech View Post
    shes on her way to try and become the UKs Anne Coulter really, just on our TV for the controversialness of views, glad I work and miss this junk every day though
    They're using it in child studies at university atm haha

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    I actually started out disliking this lady but at times, and more so on Twitter, she's actually quite funny and true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    I actually started out disliking this lady but at times, and more so on Twitter, she's actually quite funny and true.
    Anything you wanna share? :P

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