Cornfed Grundle Shroom Posts Viral Made Up Letter Her Disabled Child Got From Friend’s Mom Telling Her That He’s Too Slow To Play With Her Kid
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A bunch of people messaged us about this viral Facebook from an Iowa mother named Lacey Brandenburg who claims that her disabled child’s friend’s mother wrote a nasty note to her:
Alright, so as soon as we saw this we IMMEDIATELY knew it was a hoax. Didn’t even need to see the note. Here’s some dead giveaways:
- She refuses to name the parent who sent her the letter
- She calls her son’s ability “mental retardation”
- Not only does he have “mental retardation,” he’s also autistic, ADHD, and has cognitive disorder. You name it, he’s got it
- She writes like Forrest Gump
- She’s using her son as a prop in a viral attempt to get strangers to feel bad for her
- This is what we are dealing with:
She’s with a guy who wears cut off tees and crocs. Nuff said.
Then there’s the letter itself:
Oh for fuck’s sake people! She didn’t even fold the note! This evil, unnamed parent gave a “mentally retarded” child a note to take home, that shits all over his entire existence, and the child delivered the note with no wrinkles, no folds, and in pristine condition. Oh yea, that definitely happened. Definitely.
The handwriting on her car after she got married looks oddly familiar too:
Nevertheless the MSM has reported it as real news:
And thousands upon thousands of morons have lined up to offer their support:
Nothing better than an Internet mob going after an imaginary bogeyman who they all can agree is evil. So virtuous of them. Imagine how much of a moron you’d have to be to waste a minute of your day typing out your condolences to a woman you’ve never met, who is telling you a story that is clearly designed to set the stage for a GoFundMe. And make no doubt about it – the GoFundMe WAS coming. Not her first rodeo:
A fundraiser to “support Donations for children.” Sounds legit.
Sure, you could just donate directly to St. Jude’s on their website. Or you could give to this strange woman’s GFM, trust her to give your money to them, and watch as GFM keeps 5% of it.
Very few people actually called her out on her bullshit, and those who did had their comments deleted. But after a while Lacey decided to take the whole post down as a result of this:
So why’d she do it? Well, the GFM that never came to fruition was probably part of it. The bigger piece of the equation was the unquenchable thirst for attention. Not the first time Lacey Brandenberg has played the white knight for disabled children on Facebook. Like the time she found a random kid walking 8 blocks through a blizzard without proper clothing:
As you can see from Heather’s comments she got exactly what she wanted – affirmation that she is indeed a great person.
But that story was just the beginning. After picking up the stray child she brought her back to her house where the girl’s mother was sleeping on a urine soaked couch, and instead of saying thank you, the ratchet Mom just told the girl to eat an apple for dinner:
Naturally Super Mom Lacey went to the food pantry, dropped off a meal, and left it on the doorstep. This led to more pats on the back:
When she’s not making up stories about saving children she spends most of her time judging other shitty parents:
But I guess this time around she couldn’t find a real parent to crap on for Facebook likes, so she had to make one up and use her “mentally retarded” child with ADHD and autism, as a prop.
And according to the WCVB article, it was mission accomplished when she posted it:
“I feel pretty good right now.”
Of course you do. Because you got the one thing you always wanted – attention. The MSM might not call you out on your bullshit, but we will. Stay woke.