Adults aren’t the only ones with entitlement issues.
We have all read stories about entitled people who act like they own everything. However, have you ever wondered how their kids turn out to be? As it turns out to be the kids turn out to be an even worse version of them. While we don’t want to bully any kid as they are still growing up and learning things, most of the things these kids did are unacceptable whichever way you look at it. Some of these kids just have nice parents who give them whatever they want.
This may seem like a good thing since who doesn’t want to provide for their kid? But it can backfire as your child may become used to this sort of treatment. And then you will be stuck with a brat who thinks they can do whatever they desire if they throw a tantrum or break things. In their defence, it works most of the time, so I would blame the parents in many of these situations. That is why it is no surprise that a subreddit by the name of entitled kids exist. Apparently, there are a lot of brats in this world.
You can see some examples for yourself by scrolling below.
#1 This might seem petty but sometimes being petty feels so good.
#2 This is just rude and that guy did the right thing.
#3 This kid is just young, he will learn with time.
#4 Honestly which kid hasn’t ever dramatized things before?
#5 I hope that these people aren’t the ones who made all of this mess.
#6 Some top-notch parenting right here.
#7 Honestly, beats headphones aren’t even that great.
#8 Does this kid not realize that he is being entitled?
#9 Why does this parent keep buying new TV’s for him though?
#10 People like this person are the reason behind the pandemic not slowing down at all.
#11 ‘If I can’t have it, nobody else will either.’
#12 This might be hilarious but it is also incredibly bad behaviour.
#13 This is just straight-up horrifying. How do people like this even exist?
#14 They should have bought it and given it to a charity.
#15 I would have blocked this person from the get-go.
Most people would blame parents for these kids. And I agree as it is the parent’s responsibility to teach their kids and most of the time they end up like this because their families spoil them rotten. However, if you are 15 and still doing these sorts of things, then the responsibility lies upon you. Kids have to learn for themselves as well that this is unacceptable behaviour or they turn into entitled adults and the cycle never ends.
#16 This is just…wow. I a lost for words.
#17 What surprises me the most is that they don’t realize they are in the wrong and have to ask strangers on the Internet.
#18 Cutting line is just rude, no exceptions.
#19 The kid was even caught red-handed.
#20 If she wants it so badly at night, she should pay for it herself.
#21 So many people in this world don’t even have water to drink and then there is this person.
#22 This girl apparently pushed a stranger in a frozen lake as a joke.
#23 When kids don’t find what they want at the store.
#24 This is wrong no matter what but kids don’t know how to deal with this sort of thing.
#25 The kid threw a soccer ball and then a chair at the TV.
#26 I sure hope the kids at school called him out.
#27 Going to Disneyland is boring? I don’t understand anything anymore.
#28 This is just sick and I have never before wishes harm on a kid.
#29 Guilt-tripping is the usual for these sorts of kids.
#30 This guy wants to meet his girlfriend during the lockdown. Enough said.
Have you ever come across an entitled brat in the wild? If so how did you deal with them? Comment down below and let us know.