This week, a ‘businesswoman’ annoyed the Internet after a dumpster fire thread in which she claimed poor people “have no class at all” because someone didn’t return her Tupperware once.

Below, Melissa Jeanine details her interactions with ‘broke people’ and they all seem to centre around her baking something that no one wanted or asked for.

It’s a lot to take in, isn’t it?

Normally this kind of crazed rant comes from trolls who are just looking to upset people because they know it’ll earn them thousands of impressions. However Melissa Jeanine looks to be a genuine person trying to promote her website and book which both apparently inform people how to become rich.

As you may have already guessed, the reaction to this thread absolutely ripped Melissa to bits.

There does seem to be a correlation between Melissa baking something and people taking an instant dislike to her.

Actual classy people would never take to the Internet to rave about how they were asked to bring in a cake but instead brought in a “gourmet dessert” to try and flex on everybody.

Melissa mentioned that she baked the cookies and rather than giving them directly to her neighbour, she gave them to the office in her apartment building. What’s to say that her neighbours never actually received the cookies? Also wouldn’t it have been better that she took them directly to her neighbour herself without a middle man? So many questions coming up with this thread.

This ‘us’ and ‘them’ mentality has made Melissa forget that she was (or maybe still is) in the exact same situation as the people she hates so much.

Chances are this girl gives off bad vibes if she is this hateful towards other people.

On her website, she writes openly about how she “bullied” her daughter into staying slim.

Describing a conversation with her daughter after she noticed her “legs and thighs becoming alarmingly larger and fatter”, Melissa writes that she told her:

“Honey, the people around you are lying to you about being fat. They are lying about how people ‘don’t care about weight’ and how ‘people should love you for what’s on the inside.’ They are lying to you about how people shouldn’t care what you look like.” I said.

“Yes Mom, they tell us that all the time. My teachers tell us this kind of stuff.”

“I’m going to be completely honest and tell you that your weight and appearance matters more than virtually anything in your life as a young woman.”

Very classy, Melissa.