Don't even THINK about messing with this sleep-deprived twin mom. That is, unless you want to get up close and personal with a poopy diaper...
They say revenge is best served cold, but in this mom's case, we'd say it's best served stinky.
Alex Gerrard, a British twin mom and blogger at Make Mine a Double, was out shopping when she encountered a total troll—and let's just say this absurdly rude stranger got what was coming to him.
Gerrard saw a man speed into one of the parking spots reserved for parents and babies. She confronted him politely—but let's just say he didn't respond with a similar level of courtesy: He swore at the mom and even had the nerve to refer to her as "fat bitch." Inexcusable!
"I had gone from polite to the burning fires of Hades in 5 words," Gerrard wrote in a now-viral Facebook post. "I've not slept for 3 weeks. (I'm entering the irrational stage where I start writing here again to cope with life) what I really wanted to say to him was that I've been on a sodding diet for the last 10 days and nearly lost half a stone. Don't you DARE call me a fat bitch! I'm a bloody starving, knackered mother of exhausting twins and you've just pushed me over the limit of was what my last iota of politeness. I would punch you in your fat spotty throat but I've been eating sodding mixed leaves all week so I haven't the energy! Just move your twatmobile and be a slightly better human just for a hour today"
Let's just say hell hath no fury like a sleep-deprived mom scorned because Gerrard concocted a truly epic revenge scenario.
"I turned to the boys in the car there was an overwhelming smell," she continued. "My heart sank. Then I decided to get even. I used my bad nappy for good. A little justice for all knackered parents who have been fucked over with similar twatty McTwat faces' abusing these parking spaces and have had similar experiences.Yes that's right.... I did it!! I stuck my dirty nappy to his windscreen, securing it with his windscreen wiper."
Um....talk about a crappy punishment!
"This happened on Sunday and thought it might be a bit of a giggle for my followers to read," Gerrard told Parents.com. "It totally exploded across the internet which is awesome. It’s so much bigger than I could have ever anticipated with so many pages, groups, magazines etc also wanting to share it. It’s now worldwide!"
...As it should be. Let this serve as a global reminder that frazzled parents are NOT to be messed with under any circumstances!