A Mother Needs Disney To Ban Childless Adults As a result of ‘They Do not Perceive What It is Like To Be A Mom’

Walt Disney parks have been labeled as “the happiest place on Earth” and other people from world wide flock to see Mickey Mouse and his buddies, journey the numerous points of interest and pose for a photo-op outdoors of Cinderella’s citadel. 

Nonetheless, one lady argues that Disney might be even happier with a proposal that has many individuals scratching their heads. In a Fb submit, she urged the theme parks to ban “childless adults” in order that she and her kids would be capable of get pleasure from themselves extra. 

Whereas her concept resonated with some mother and father, most individuals slammed her for her unrealistic and ridiculous request. 

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The mom argues that childless adults needs to be banned from Disney World as a result of they trigger traces to be too lengthy. 

In a now-deleted 2019 Fb submit, a furious mom went on a rant about childless adults at Disney World, blaming them for ruining her three-year-old son’s day on the park. Whereas spending the day at Disney with the toddler, he noticed a younger lady consuming a Mickey Mouse-shaped pretzel, an iconic deal with that’s bought solely in Disney parks. 

Like most youngsters, the little boy begged his mom to purchase him the identical pretzel at one of many many stands all through the parks. The 2 hopped in line, nevertheless, the mom claimed that the wait proved to be longer than they have been anticipating, forcing them to hop off. 

Though the lady reassured her son that they’d choose up a deal with later, he was annoyed that he wouldn’t be getting his Mickey Pretzel and burst into tears. His mom blamed his match on all the “childless adults” who have been contributing to the lengthy line. 

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