Sanctimommy Facebook page, shared a very unapologetic rant from one mother to another – “Sorry if this hits close to home”, she begins before harshly scolding other mothers.

“Even if you aren’t getting out of the car at drop off can you please try a little,” she continues, explaining that she has noticed some things in the mornings that are extremely displeasing to her sensibilities – and her daughter’s.

“All we see is rat nest hair, no make up, eye bags out to wherever,” she complains in disgust.

“I think I smell morning breath coming from these cars. Damn.”

My daughter said to me “Mummy you are so pretty. My friends mummy’s all look so old. I’m so proud of you and that you are my mummy.”

“If my seven year old can see you aren’t even trying, what is your husband thinking? Take some pride.”

As Sanctimommy wrote in the caption of the post – “What better mother-daughter activity is there than harshly judging other women for their appearance in the privacy of their own vehicles at 7am?”

WTAF?! You can imagine the response! Go have a read at some of the comments here.

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  • Yes, I am sure a 7 year old said that. Lol. Who ever decided that we need to wear make up? I don’t even own make up.


  • So judgemental ! You shouldn’t care what other mums are doing .. you don’t know their situation


  • She probably paid her daughter to say those words to her, vain, ignorant and insecure moron.


  • She must be a very shallow person to think this. Those Mum’s may have been up all night with a sick family member, slept in but still wanted to get her child safely to school, been ill herself or dealing with something else. Those are the real Mum’s. Wonder what impression I would have made when I needed to drive one of my son’s to school as he missed the school bus. In my PJ’s, no makeup ( thankfully I had brushed my hair and put on some scuffs) and his school was 200kms away as he is a border.


  • About time she grew up and lived in the real world.


  • Beauty fades on the outside but not on the inside.


  • Oh makeup…really doesn’t make a person great does it? People are so vain and judgmental.


  • she needs to start doing good deeds for other people and stop focusing on her self and fake image then she will realise it is the person on the inside who is important not all this materialistic stuff on the outside. Beauty shines from deep within.


  • Most concerning to me is her daughter’s comments. How does one so young notice such things?


  • I wonder what discussions the child has heard before making those comments.


  • Very young to judge, it’s not about looks we aren’t dating everyone are we! Her parenting skills are going to make her daughter stubborn and selfish and be a mean girl


  • Wow… wtg teaching your kid to judge others by their appearance alone with no consideration for the individuals circumstance. How do they know what the other Mums are going through at that point?


  • Wow what some parents come judging others and slowing their child doing the same shame shame so sad that they act look appearance than actually getting to know the mother who cares what she looks like they don’t know what that mother is going through or been through respect the rights of others


  • We has parents should never judge other parents, we are all just doing our best. Maybe that isnt good enough for everyone.


  • Sounds like a joke to me. I dont think its real


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