This non-mustachian friend responded with how horrible it was to deprive kids of the Disney experience and that it should be a priority.
Ugh. Just last night an often passive aggressive FB friend posted that she would love to get together for a restaurant dinner but that "You just can't count on BPA for these things," so I would be left out. The students wanted to get together with both of us. She knows that I am choosing to allocate my money elsewhere, but is one of these types that if you don't live your life like she does, you are living it wrong. I invite people over for tea and dessert, but that doesn't cut it since it's not a restaurant meal.
She's also told me in the past:
1. That my kids would have no fond memories of childhood because we don't have a car. Forget about Disney. It's like it's child abuse to be frugal.
2. That she's frugal because despite the fact that she eats in restaurants at least once a day, she stocks up on tuna when it's on sale.
3. She never knows how much money she has in the bank or when pay day is.
4. Told a long drawn out FWP story about the expense and pain in the ass it is to get the ice maker in her refrigerator fixed. I told her, "I paid 97 cents for an ice cube tray. When it breaks, it will cost me 97 cents to buy a new one." Not that I expect my ice cube tray to ever break. I can't give sympathy for that.
Overall she is a good person, but there are times I would like to plow her in the head. :)