Disney World might be known as 'the happiest place on earth' - but one woman does not want childless millennials in on the action.
An angry mom who slammed youths for enjoying what Disney World has to offer, when they didn't bring kids of their own, has been slated online.
The initial rant was shared to a Facebook account in September 2018, before it was picked up and posted on Reddit with the woman's username blacked out.
Over 52 million people visit the Orlando-based theme park every year - many of whom are not children or parents.
The irate mom in the original post did not disguise her ire at the fact that there were millennials in attendance on the day that she brought her own three-year-old son Aiden.
As writer Jennifer Kathleen referenced it on Twitter this week, the unhinged tirade has resurfaced and since been retweeted over 15,000 times.
'This is my new favorite wild mommy post. It’s me, the millennial slut who just goes to Disney World to make children cry,' Jennifer, who uses the handle @JenKatWrites, captioned the image.
Admitting that she had never even been to Disney World herself, Jennifer sarcastically pointed out, 'I’m sure Disney is really invested in getting rid of childless adults at the parks and that’s why they have so many golf courses, honeymoon-oriented resorts, bars, and upscale restaurants.'
The source of the woman's anger seemed to focus on a female in short shorts who had a Mickey Mouse pretzel. The woman was furious that she could not snap her fingers and give her son a pretzel as she would have had to wait in line for three hours.
While shaming the woman in the shorts and calling her derogatory names, the woman insisted that mothers should not have to wait in lines at Disney World and also recommended that childless women be banned.
She concluded her rant with something that seemed apparent all along: that she 'hates childless women with a burning passion'.
When it was shared to Reddit last year, the woman was widely condemned.
'General insanity, check. Overuse of emojis, check. Typos, check. Bizarre logic, check,' one commentor wrote.
'Wow. I'll never meet her and yet I hate her so godamn much. Wow,' said another.
One user weighed in, 'Yeah f**k women like us who have been dealing with infertility for more than three years. How dare we try to bring ourselves any enjoyment by going to Disney world even though we also grew up on it and nvm I’m actually getting mad at this lady.'
Many people on both Twitter and Reddit questioned why she would even bring her three-year-old son as he seemed to young to really enjoy the fun.
'The absolute earliest I would have taken my son is when he was 5. Personally I think it's better to wait until they're 10 or so when they are actually able to have some self-control and understanding of what is and isn't logistically possible to do in a single day,' a Reddit user offered.
'Speaking as a parent with a 3yo, Ugh, why would you take a 3yo to Disney?? They won't remember or appreciate it. Also, how can you go to Disney and expect to not stand in line. Also if she has a 3yo, odds are she's a millennial herself,' a Milwaukee-based dad-of-two said.