Mom Wants Parents Without Kids To Be Banned For Disney Parks

You probably heard guest-host Adrianne Branstad and I talked about parents who scream at their kids at Walt Disney World because the kids are exhausted but the parents - having spent ALL THAT MONEY - demand that they have a good time.

In a bit of a turnabout, a mom is demanding that CHILDLESS couples be banned from Disney parks.

In a Facebook post that has since gone viral on Twitter, a mother went off on a rant about single people, specifically women, in the park, insisting that they should be banned from all the Disney fun.

“It p***es me off TO NO END when I see CHILDLESS COUPLES WITHOUT KIDS AT DISNEY WORLD,” the mom writes. "DW is a FAMILY amusement park!! Yet these IMMATURE millennials THROW AWAY their money on USELESS C***!"

The women then blamed childfree couples for the park’s overcrowding, and weirdly blamed them for her son crying over not being able to get a Mickey pretzel because of a big line. After seeing a young woman she noted, "I WANTED TO TAKE THAT F**KING PRETZEL FROM THAT T**** LIKE THANKS B**** YOU MADE MY SON CRY!!"

Not only does the woman think, “people without children need to be BANNED from the park,” she also wants, "mothers will children should be allowed to skip ALL THE LINES!!" Finally she notes, "I f**king hate childless women with a BURNING PASSION."

Well, as you can imagine, folks had some definite opinions about this woman’s rant, with many noting she sounds pretty jealous that she’s no longer single. “Sounds like she's resentful she's not having fun because she's too overwhelmed with toddler needs and envious of unencumbered women (likely her own age) who are actually having fun,” a person noted "She's the one who needs to grow up and stop blaming others for her own choices."

But while most people blasted the woman for her ban suggestion, some were actually on her side. In fact, a writer for the New York Post wrote a whole article explaining why he agrees, although his point is more that there are other exciting things Millennials should be doing than going to Disney, not that they get in the way of kids’ fun. 

I couldn't disagree more. I love the Disney parks. Part of the magic of visiting them is to experience them during various chapters in life. Take the kids at least once, then the grandkids at least once, then go as a couple without kids. The joy of visiting the park with kids is to watch their excitement. The joy of visiting with your spouse is for YOU to generate all the excitement.

However, parents should HEED the advice I gave to Adrianne - go for three days. Leave the park on day one when the kids melt down, take a day off, go back for a third day. Don't put all the emphasis on that ONE day at the park.

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