According to her Twitter bio, the Volatile Mermaid, who goes by the Twitter handle @ohnoshetwitnt, is a “Jewish American Disney Princess.” But this take on Merry Christmas isn’t very princess-like:
Wish your Christian coworkers a Happy Hanukkah today. If they say "I'm not Jewish", say "I'm not Christian but you jam your holidays down our throats so…"
— The Volatile Mermaid (@OhNoSheTwitnt) December 23, 2019
Oh well. At least now, all of her 339K followers know that the Volatile Mermaid is just a nasty gal.
You seem like a pleasant person to be around.
— Comfortably Numb (@4fastcars) December 24, 2019
Lol you are a sad person.
— Jason Thompson (@RonWheezer) December 24, 2019
I'll bet you're miserable to be around….all year long.
— Doris Daylight (@DorisDaylight1) December 24, 2019
I'm so sorry this is happening to you.
— ?It's?Almost ⛄️Christmas? (@jtLOL) December 24, 2019
Plenty of Jews and other non-Christians manage to navigate the Christmas season without acting like ginormous, bitter jerks. Too bad the Volatile Mermaid can’t bring herself to do the same.
I wouldn't mind in the least if a Jewish co-worker wished me Happy Hanukkah.
— Craig Zimmerman (@craigzimmerman6) December 24, 2019
I'm not Jewish, but a classmate once said happy Hanukkah to me, and I wasn't offended, I said it back and it was nice.
— NoTrumps-or-FordsClub (@NoFordsClub) December 23, 2019
I’m atheist and I couldn’t care less if someone says Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Happy Hanukkah, or whatever else. It’s easy to just be a decent, tolerant, accepting person. Try it. https://t.co/eClI3pVLRp
— Heather (@dswhisperer) December 24, 2019
— Morry ChristMos (@molratty) December 24, 2019
I'd say, Thanks, you too!
So maybe this is a you problem. https://t.co/JeHOse5Toc
— prop op (@ProperOpinion) December 24, 2019