Forget about “Lady Finger” cookies, how about “Lady Part” cookies?
Believe it or not a mom baked vagina cookies and took them to her second grader’s class.
Mommyish broke the news after Redditor JPstudly posted the story to the subreddit TIFU, or Today I F*cked Up.
She has a female friend that’s a second grade teacher. When her kids have a good week, she rewards them by letting volunteer parents bring snacks in. Well last week one of the moms informed her she was “excited for this opportunity” to bring in some treats, and showed up with a plate of cookies frosted to look like lady bits. And the sprinkles showed all different kinds of lady bits.
Needless to say the teacher informed the mom she couldn’t give these cookies to her students because they’re inappropriate.
Well the mom was not happy. She supposedly started yelling in front of the class about how the teacher “should be proud of (her) vagina” and storms out of the class, leaving the vagina cookies on the teacher’s desk. Still needing a snack the teacher gave the cookies a wax job, scraped off the labia and handed them out.
Meanwhile, the mom was baking up a hateful email to the teacher. Who took screen grabs. She proceeds to go on probably one of the most ant-feminist rants in history. And so hypocritical! She says women “should stand together and inform people about the vagina and how to please it.” But then at the end she informs the teacher she’s taking her kid out of the class due to her “cliché role in life being a teacher and not wanting to empower women.” She closes saying, “I hope you end up with an abusive husband that beats on you every night.”
There are no words! Besides the fact that this mom is a “fruitcake”! Maybe she should’ve baked that instead.
Listen, I’m all about teaching kids about their bodies. And I totally get that a lot of what we feed kids is phallic. But you can’t just show up with a plate of vagina cookies. Could you imagine what the other parents would have done? I mean parents aren’t allowed to bring anything with “nuts”. I guess now they need to stress to parents to “please no baked goods shaped like vaginas.”
I’ll let you chew on this outrageous story for a bit. Trust me it takes a while to digest.
And that’s today's helping of The Online Dish with Maggie.