I have a confession: I'm a 23-year-old grown-ass shitlady, and I love going to the zoo. I was in one of the inside exhibits, in the section where the reptiles live. I heard a little boy's voice say, "I wanna go see the tortiles." Turtles. He clearly had some sort of speech impediment, or maybe he was too young to say his Rs right. I don't know. I turned towards his voice and I saw
a hippo that escaped from her cage a fatty. She was practically doubled over, pushing a stroller that was probably using more to keep her in a semi-upright position, rather than put a child into. She responded to the boy, "You wanna see tortiles?" I'm 1000% sure that she can manage to correctly pronounce the word "turtle." I don't know much about speech problems, but I would assume that it's important to pronounce words correctly in front of those children so they know how it's supposed to sound. But I'm not stupid enough to expect a fat to be a positive role model. She continued saying "Tortile. Tortile" to herself, probably thinking she's adorable because somehow they always think that. I tried to give her a "WTF, you crazy bitch" face from where I was standing, but beetus may have already claimed her eyes and she didn't see me. So like I said before, I don't know much about children and what the protocol is when they have a speech impediment, but I just thought I'd share some fat hate with you anyway.