There’s a common phenomenon that’s been going on for a while that really, really makes my blood boil.
And I think I’m probably not alone in feeling this way.
I CAN NOT STAND IT when people listen to music on their phones without headphones and when they have conversations on speakerphone in public.
What the hell is wrong with you?!?! Ugh!
Okay, now I need to calm down for a few minutes…
People took to AskReddit to talk about the most entitled behavior they’ve ever seen.
Let’s see what went down.
1. I don’t have time for that.
“I work at a grocery store deli and a coworker was once asked what the sale items were, so my coworker mentioned that all yellow signs are specials, and she pointed to the signs we have.
The customer point blank told the coworker that she has no time to look at signs she needs to tell her all the sales.”
“Riding the metro in Kuala Lumpur during the morning commute and this family gets on with a bunch of luggage…probably headed to the airport.
They proceed to pile up the luggage at the door to prevent people getting on or off, presumably because they knew that the car would eventually be packed at that hour.
People getting off had to cross into the adjacent car.”
3. Worked out for her.
“My sister threw a tantrum because her rich boyfriend would only buy her a Ford Escape and not a Mercedes.
She eventually got her Mercedes though.”
4. I need my butler!
“I work at a high end buffet here in Vegas.
You get sat, are told to wait, I come up and greet you, explain our offerings, go over the drink menu, take a drink order and then inform you to help yourself while I get the drinks.
As I step away one time I heard a kid about 8 or so say, “So I have to get my own food?” Mom said yes. Kid said, “I told you we should have brought Michael with us.” Mom said, “NO, I told you before, we’re not bringing our butler on vacation.”
I was 5 feet away and this was clear as day. That kid was 100% not joking one bit. He really wanted his family butler to be on vacation so he wouldn’t have to walk to a buffet and get his own food.
I’m not insulting the little dude for having one baller lifestyle, but holy f**k that was a mindf**k of a conversation to hear.”
5. This is amazing.
“A 16 year old kid got bored on our school tour of Greece, so he disappeared from the hotel one night and chartered a yacht.
The tour leader eventually caught up with him in Monaco.”
6. At Stanford.
“I grew up dirt poor in a really sh**ty household.
Many years later, I went to Stanford.
The s**t I saw there was enough to write a f**king book. Absolute insanity every single day of the week.
I’m talking people talking s**t about how trashy Tiffany’s jewelry is. My buddy Kyle had a guest over his apartment and his guest commented on how nice the furniture was. As a gesture, Kyle gave his guest all of the furniture because ‘that’s what rich people do’. It was his roommates furniture. He refused to have it replaced.
A girl I know purchased a $5k dress in Beverly Hills. Brought it back to her hotel room. Didn’t like the way it fit, left it in the hotel room for the maid.
Same girl fell head over heels for a guy at a party, ogling him all night. He was WAY out of her league. He starts chatting with her and a few minutes later it turns out that he’s actually just friends with someone at the party and was invited, he doesn’t go to Stanford he goes to Berkeley.
She smacked him across the face like four times because how f**king dare he talk to her knowing that he goes to a state school. Similarly, her friend was dating a guy from some other state school another time and when this girl found out they were in an Uber and straight up opened the door and kicked this guy until he got out of the car at a traffic light.”
7. So gross.
“A customer and her kid were checking out at a major retailer where I work part time. The cashier who was checking them out was a younger girl.
The kid was about 6-8. He had something in his hands that the mom was buying and the cashier offered to ring it and give it back to him.
The kid said, “you better or I’ll have your job.”
The mom said, “don’t be like that (Johnny), she probably needs her job.””
8. Drives me nuts.
“I once witnessed a man opening something he had just purchased from a store.
He was on a sidewalk, with his two children, and without even looking around, he flung his trash over his shoulder into the street- into oncoming traffic.
Also he was leaning against a trash can.”
9. Thank you!
““Garbage men, mailmans, drivers, babysitters, fast food workers, those are so below my pay grade.”
Folks, I slapped the s**t out of this person for everyone.”
“Girl I was “hanging out” with told me we could sleep together but could never be together because she couldn’t take a maintenance man home to her mom.
She is a teacher, I’m now a project manager and make 2.5x her salary.”
11. The Help.
“I have a friend who worked with a high profile person.
They were talking about pets, and this person made the comment that their family had considered getting a dog, but decided against it because they were too concerned that the dog would become more attached to “the help” than to their family.
The way they said it, it was obvious that they didn’t even realize how entitled it sounded. So incredibly oblivious…”
12. Isn’t that cute?
“My well off relatives bought their son a 50 grand car before he is old enough to drive, he told them he doesn’t like it and wants a different one.
They’re going to keep the car as an ornament in the garden and get him any car he picks.”
“My elderly parents took us all on a nice beach vacation.
One evening we went to a gorgeous restaurant overlooking the water. Fancy place, super expensive.
My niece opens up the menu and sincerely whines in a loud voice, “I was told there would be crab legs!””
Okay, you know the drill…
Now we want to hear from you.
In the comments, tell us about the most entitled behavior you’ve ever witnessed!