Woman unleashes in rant against mums "who buy their kids shoes at Kmart"
"You shouldn't be allowed children," she outrageously posts.
If there's one place all mums turn to for their kids, well, everything, it's Kmart. From clothing, to shoes, to kids school supplies, the retail giant has it all.
But, one woman apparently doesn't agree.
Unleashing in an outrageous rant online, a woman has claimed that mothers who buy their children's shoes at Kmart are "scabby", "feral" and "shouldn't be allowed children."
The unnamed woman, who revealed she does not have children of her own, posted to Facebook to share her bizarre views.
"I see this every day! Pathetic mummies sending their feral brats to school with no name Kmart shoes with no considerations for your child's feet," her rant began.
"It's putrid and irresponsible if you can't afford propper [sic] fitted shoes you should be forced to do parenting and money management courses, instead of blowing all your money on cr*p from Afterpay.'
The woman said shoes from stores like Kmart would ruin their child's feet because they were made of "synthetic unbreathable crap".
"When I have a child it will only have the best of everything because I will love and care for my child, unlike you feral, scabby excuses for parents, and I know how to manage money," the woman continued.
Then, the ranting woman signed off by requesting that all "scummy mummies" offended by her post "scroll on" before signing herself off as a "concerned future mum."
The post was shared to Reddit, where users shared their disbelief at the rant,
"It's funny that she thinks those expensive shoes aren't made in the same factory as the cheap ones," one said.
Another simply joked, "These podiatrist extremist groups are getting out of hand."
Grace BackGrace is the Digital Content Editor at New Idea. Grace is a lifestyle junkie who has previously interned at Dolly, Stellar and marie claire, as well having written in the fashion and beauty sections at Finder.com.au. When not working, you can find Grace heading for the slopes, playing with her pup or stuck in a seemingly endless Instagram scroll.