It's really pathetic to hear about grown adults act worse than children, and yet, here are plenty examples of just that. Cry babies.
A Brand New Jeep Isn’t Enough
“My buddies girlfriend had her father buy her a new Jeep. The same week, she needed some extra money and decides to steal it out of her mom’s purse. She got caught obviously and they took the Jeep away. She threw a fit about having mean parents so the father sold the brand new Jeep and got her a little beater SUV.
This family is rich too. I’m taking like ‘maybe I’ll buy a G6 or maybe I’ll buy another boat’ rich. Her father invests portions of her money every month for her. She only spends tip money from her job, the rest goes to her savings (which her father handles). He’s made great amounts of money investing in stocks.
She is wealthy enough to never need to go to college. Yet she’s stealing money from her parents and complaining how bad they are. The parents are doing the best they can to discipline this girl but she is just too much for her own good.”
We’re Gonna Need A Bigger Plane
“Limo driver here. One of my clients was mad when he landed at an airport one time and someone had a bigger jet than him. I guess he upgraded since that incident because when I picked him up he came in on a massive jet that could have been a commercial plane. I wish I had his problems.”
Stop The Trains!
“I know someone who bought a condo without realizing that it was very near a train track. An entitled person was outraged and called a major rail freight company and asked them to stop running trains at night.”
He Can’t Even Do His Own Laundry
“A friend got into graduate school across the country, away from his family for the first time. About a month later he calls me, upset because he has to do his own laundry. He had a nanny until he was 18 and had never taken care of himself, even when he was doing his undergrad. He quit school and moved back home soon after.
God help the poor girl he marries.”
Letting Money Come Between Family
“I have a cousin who racked up 40K in student loan debt, and during this time thought it was a good idea to spend months following U2 around Europe for one of their tours. She asked my Grandfather, a man who was raised during the great depression and worked his tail off just to become solidly middle class, to pay off those loans so she could buy a house.
The funny thing is my Grandfather would have helped her in any way he could if he felt she wasn’t just taking advantage of him. He helped me buy a car, helped some of my other cousins purchase a home, would gift you a new washer if yours broke, and was always there for our family in general.
After he turned her down she refused to let my Grandparents see their great grandchild for several years.”
A Devastating Natural Disaster Isn’t Stopping This Woman
“Someone I know had booked a post-Christmas vacation in southern Thailand in 2004. If that doesn’t already ring a bell, let me remind you that this was probably one of the worst times in the history of mankind to go there. The worst tsunami in modern history had just happened
She arrived the day after the tsunami and got super pissed about the hotel being destroyed and her tour operator not being able to offer a proper replacement. She also tried suing the hotel and operator but to no avail. Like, what is wrong with you? What part of force majeure do you not understand? Or what part of human decency? Over 200k people have died and all you spoiled brat care about is that you won’t be able to stay in your 5-star hotel? This has been almost 13 years ago but I still get pissed off about the self-righteousness in which she told me about all of this, probably looking for confirmation or something.”
A Woman Decides In Minutes She Is Too Good For A Job
“My friend sticks her neck out to get her sister a job at a plant making $19.00 an hour to start. This is a woman with no education, no skills, and 3 kids. She had been beamed up from minimum wage hell for her one big break in life. She was one of those people who was always selling, like, a $5 item on Facebook. You’d think she’d be thrilled, right?
This witch quit in two hours and then IMMEDIATELY took to Facebook to justify it. She claimed she had TOO MUCH EDUCATION for this job when she spent 5 years trying to get an associate’s and never did. She called the job AN INSULT TO HER INTELLIGENCE! For God’s sake- I know people whose families are THRIVING working at this same place. She doesn’t have two nickels to rub together, and she’s insulted by the job.
I just found it so disgustingly condescending considering I have a lot of blue collar friends who are smarter and more successful than she’ll ever be.”
Karma Comes Back On A Snob
“When I was 17 I worked as a teller in a garage selling fuel. The local chip shop owner ( fast food outlet ) had a son who didn’t work but would turn up in his awesome white Lotus Esprit The exact same car from ‘The Spy Who Loved Me.’
He would come in put £20 of fuel in then open his wallet finger thru a massive wedge of £50s ‘Oh I have nothing smaller ‘ Pull the one £20 He had out and fling it with his finger tips like it was a bit of dirty toilet paper that disgusted him, tossing it on the floor.
His father spat at me once for suggesting his son got a job.
Bumped into the son years later
Karma played out he became a drug addict”
He Parks In Handicap Spots!
“College roommate parked in the front-row handicap spots every single day before going to class, so he wouldn’t have to walk so far. Racked up thousands of dollars in parking tickets, only to have mommy and daddy pay them off every time.”
Yelling For An Hour Over A T-Shirt
“At one of my marching band competitions, I was waiting in line with a friend for merchandise. There were t-shirts, long sleeve shirts, sweatshirts, hats, bracelets, keychains, you name it. If you got a shirt or a sweatshirt, they had a patch with your school name that they could iron onto it. Or you could also get a patch with your instrument, or the year your class graduates. Me and my friend were getting long sleeved shirts with our instruments ironed onto the sleeve (me with trumpet, him with pit). When he got his shirt, he went back to the bleachers.
Right before I got to the front of the line, an irate woman stormed to the front of the line. She had ordered a shirt for her teenage son, but the logo was supposedly slightly crooked. She demanded a new shirt with the patch correctly ironed onto it for free. I looked at the ‘ruined’ shirt, and it was perfectly fine.
The cashier told the woman that she had to wait in line, so the woman started yelling about how she was the president of the band parents, and that since the competition was being held at her son’s school, she had the right to shove in front of the other people.
The manager came over, and not wanting a fight, ironed a new shirt for her. Apparently, this shirt wasn’t good either, so she started yelling again. On and on about her being the president, belonging to the school, and deserving better treatment than this. I, along with everyone else at the merchandise stand, was quickly getting tired of this woman’s nonsense. My band had driven there from another state, on school buses, and the ride was four hours each way. We didn’t come here to suffer through this lady’s nonsense.
After the manager made ten more shirts for her, she yelled some more, grabbed one of the shirts, and stormed away. Everyone was looking at each other like ‘ugh.’ Since I was next in line, I tried to lighten the mood by doing an imitation of the woman. Luckily, I got the cashier to laugh, who previously looked like she was about to cry. I got my shirt and got the hell out of there, and went back to my band. What would have taken ten minutes took about an hour.”
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$15 Doesn’t Buy What It Used To
“I work at a movie theatre and my company has a paid loyalty program that allows special benefits at the box office and concessions like being able to skip the line. But using a special gold line. Because of the special ‘perks,’ some people like to think they’re royalty when it comes to buying items. On busy days we normally take two loyalty guests for every regular guest. One day I happened to be taking a guest and a women in the loyalty line came up to the box office glass and started slamming her hands against the glass because she felt as if the service was taking too long and she wanted to be served right then and there. Mind you I’m still taking a guest so I’m trying to focus on the people in front of me while this witch is literally trying to break the glass next to my face. Every other sentence out of her mouth is ‘I pay for this, I shouldn’t be treated like this’ It’s $15 a year lady, calm yourself.”
$2000 For A Party and a $10K Gift, But No Car!
“My former roommate and I were talking about our high school grad parties.
I told her about my modest party and told her about how we made all the food and stuff and spent very little money.
My roommate replied, ‘my parents only spent $2,000 on my party.’
I replied hesitantly, ‘That’s a lot for a party….’
Roommate completely ignored what I said and continued with, ‘And my grandparents didn’t even get me a car! They just gave me $10,000!’
I got up and left.”
Like Mother, Like Son
“We were cleaning up the classroom before class starts. We followed duty rosters so everyone gets their own job to do. That day, Josh was in-charge of sweeping so we reminded him that he should do his job. Threw a fit, cried and threatened to tell his mother about it.
We were like ‘Dude, it’s just once a week, the classroom isn’t even that big.’ but he threw a bigger fit and cried in the corner. The following week on his duty day, he brought his mother along into the classroom. We explained everything but the mother doesn’t seem to care if his son is on duty or not. She insisted that his son should not be doing chores and blabbered on how wimpy it is for boys to do chores. Josh added some more oil to the fire and lied to his mother that we were bullying him.
The whole class got scolded. From then on, every time his duty day is up, someone else does it for him while he sits there watching us with a smug face. I also remember that one day his mother actually came in, swept the floor for him and left after scolding us for being so useless.
We were 9 years old that time.”
A Woman Wants to Rearrange Her Friend’s Wedding Plans
“My fiancé planned a girls trip with her bridesmaids out of town to visit another one of her bridesmaids, ‘Z,’ so they could do all sorts of wedding stuff. There was another bridesmaid who lives on the other side of the country, who had been in wanting to meet them in this city, that’s 8 hours away from us anyways because she has family there and it’s a ‘better city’ than the one we live in now.
So this trip is in about a month or so, and my fiancé has it all planned out. She’s got the hotel booked, she’s going to drive the rest of her bridesmaids down herself, pay for the gas herself, to go to this city that Z had been begging for her to drive to so she didn’t have to come to the one we live in. Mind you, my fiancé had flown down last year for Z’s birthday, and her plane ticket cost about triple what Z was going to pay.
My fiancé gets a text last night from Z saying, ‘Well, I’ve been thinking that me and my boyfriend are just going to get married next month. I’m tired of waiting, and I just want to do it’ She basically talked her boyfriend into skipping the whole engagement part and going right to the wedding. All because she’s tired of waiting and she thinks it’s ‘her turn.’ For the record, she has a reputation for getting jealous every time someone else gets engaged because she’s been with her boyfriend for so long and he hasn’t popped the question yet. And no, we’re not talking about just a courthouse wedding. We’re talking full on wedding.
So essentially, she’s forcing her boyfriend into a wedding because she thinks she deserves it. But this isn’t even the best part.
She asked my fiancé if she could just move her trip to some other time so she could be at her wedding. Not even as a bridesmaid. Of course, my fiancé said absolutely not, these girls are counting on me to get them down there to be a part of my wedding planning, just like Z had promised she would do.
The craziest part of this is that Z has just zero idea how absolutely absurdly selfish she’s being. She’s had the most incredible princess complex I have ever seen in a woman and just cannot possibly fathom that she’s causing any inconvenience to anyone because she believes the world revolves around her.”
She Definitely Knew What Car She Wanted and All The Others Are WRONG
“A girl I knew in college was the spoiled brat of divorced parents. Her stepmother couldn’t have kids and married the girl’s father when the girl was a toddler, so step mom spoiled ‘her baby’ rotten.
There was the typical paying for her school expenses including college tuition and whatnot, but the summer before her junior year she decides she wants a car. Her dad says no. She throws a tantrum. Her step mom buys her a Lexus.
This girl gets home from a spray tan and discovers that the new Lexus in the driveway of the house she’s subletting for the summer is now hers. Except it’s not what she wants. She throws a freaking monstrous tantrum on the front lawn because that’s not the car she wanted; she wanted a red car, in some other model. Her parents are trying to calm her down and she’s cried so many tears she’s ruined her spray tan.
Her dad and step mom take the car back. She continues to complain about not having a car, how she needs a car, that she’s an adult who needs to drive to do anything fun. Initially, we thought they took it away for her ungratefulness.
A week later her dad calls; he just happened to be driving around and saw a car for sale in the make and model she wanted… only it was white. This chick has another melt down, ruining her second spray tan she got to fix the first one. Because she felt left out of the finding and purchasing of her car because they were doing everything without her.
Her step mom came up again (3-hour trip btw) and took her shopping for a car. It took the girl the entire weekend. Then after her step mom left she had the gall to complain that they clearly didn’t love her because they just didn’t know what she wanted right off the bat.
She was also 19 and dating a married doctor from the local hospital. I just blatantly avoided her after that summer.”
Some People Would Rather Just Complain
“I hired a guy to work in my store repairing PCs. Almost from day one he started telling me he was not being paid enough, he was being paid a medium wage for the position, but I tacked on a monthly bonus as a percentage the repairs he completed. I had 3 other techs who were thriving on this system, but this loser didn’t produce because he complained all day.
Then, I get a call from an organization that purports to represent minorities, they come see me and threaten a lawsuit and a picket line for not treating this man fairly. I explain the system to him, he asks if this man is given the same chance to do repairs as the other techs, I show him the shelves of uncompleted jobs he can choose from. Minority rep leaves, never hear from him again.
I knew when I fired him I would get an EEOC complaint, and I did. He lost at the hearing and on the appeal.”
Teenagers & Sports Cars
“I work at a Lamborghini dealership in southern California. The amount of 16 / 17-year-olds getting a brand new Lambo as their first car is mind blowing.”
Just Your Average Long Island Snob
“A girl I went to college with grew up in the Hamptons and thought that’s what it’s like everywhere. We went to a college in MD. She graduated the year after me while having everything paid for throughout college by her parents, including tuition, apartment, car, and groceries. But she still complained about not having money to go out all the time. Then she got a lot of money for graduating and started a full-time job a week after graduation.
She’s on her own now but has more than enough money to get by. I know this because she won’t hesitate to tell me. She complains about a 2 bedroom apartment being too expensive, but she needs the room for all her clothes and refuses to live with a roommate. Meanwhile, I’m working full time and have just enough to pay rent and groceries living with a roommate, and most of our mutual friends have to work two jobs or live at home after college to save money.”
‘I don’t need to learn anything, I’m an adult!’
“Girl I knew had a cool dad, I heard he was building her a car from scratch for her birthday at one point. Then it turned into him getting her a sports car at some point, I think the girl’s mom convinced him to do it.
But the one that sticks with me and bothers me is the dog. She had an older dog and two guinea pigs, one day I’m at her place and she tells me she’s looking for a new home for the guinea pigs because she doesn’t really take proper care of them much, her dad does all the work and everything. I think that’s reasonable, best to give them to a loving home instead of neglecting them. But then her dad chimes in saying she can’t just dump off her pets on someone else and that she needs to learn responsibility, which I consider to also be a valid and reasonable point.
The girl then yells ‘I don’t need to learn anything, I’m an adult!’ (she was maybe 19 or 20 or so at the time for reference) at which point I immediately stop considering her argument as reasonable, and it turns out the whole reason she wanted to get rid of the guinea pigs was because she wanted a puppy. She got the puppy because her mom said so. Still had the guinea pigs and the older dog too.
Fast forward a couple weeks, I’m getting married in about a month and this girl calls me up asking me if I can keep the puppy at my place because her family’s going on a week long cruise. You idiots caved and got a very young puppy who couldn’t be left unsupervised with your other pets yet weeks before a cruise you’d had planned for months, and your plan is to drop the thing off on me, while I’m doing last minute setup for my wedding. Also, I have a cat that would eat the poor thing. Heck no. I don’t talk to that girl anymore, I just hope she’s treating all her pets alright.”
A Toxic Woman Won’t Let It Go
“My friend’s ex. Basically, this girl had been toxic for such a long time and she would throw a hissy fit whenever he tried to break up with her. The final time that he tried to break up, she tried to kill herself (by throwing herself out a moving car at 70+ mph, and fought a ton of the cops that showed up to the scene). And yet after all that, she had the audacity to continue hitting him up. A month later, she suddenly shows up to his place (despite her living 2 states away) without telling anyone. When I asked her why, she said that she didn’t want to handle rejection from him if he were to tell her not to come. I was speechless. Nowadays, she’s still been on him over text and social media. Honestly, I think it’s pretty entitled to continue trying and trying, especially after the person’s made it clear that they don’t want to talk. She literally only knows how to think about herself and talk smack about other people and pit them against others (hence why she was so toxic in the first place), and because of how her parents are rich af she’s never been told ‘no’ once in her life. I’ve never truly hated someone as much as I hate her.”