Mom writes depressing post on Facebook about how the shortage of 'Frozen' dolls is destroying her daughter's childhood.

Mom writes depressing post on Facebook about how the shortage of 'Frozen' dolls is destroying her daughter's childhood.
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Mom writes depressing post on Facebook about how the shortage of 'Frozen' dolls is destroying her daughter's childhood.

Apparently, the mass-Frozen psychosis isn't limited to your friends with kids posting on the hour about which Frozen song their little ones are singing at that moment. There appears to have been a run on Frozen merch too, and it's gotten so bad that people are selling their Elsa crap on eBay for as much as $1600.

For those who can't afford to skip a mortgage payment for a toy, Uproxx found this post by one mom who chose to speak out on the Disney Store's Facebook page.

Mom writes depressing post on Facebook about how the shortage of 'Frozen' dolls is destroying her daughter's childhood.

It's a Frozen Freeze-Out!

Personally, this kid should feel lucky to have had the "magic" killed at age 6. I had to wait until I was 23 and found myself taking a test at a temp agency to see if I'd lied on my resume about being proficient at Excel.

(by Bob Powers)

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