Entitled People and Their Ridiculous Demands

No matter the time, location, or circumstances, there will still be entitled individuals with their unreasonable demands. They’re potential bosses who want everyone to work for free, friends who desperately need a ride but demand to leave late so they can sleep in, and they can even be total strangers who want your stuff for free. To cap it all off, they’re usually rude. These entitled folks need to pack up their rotten attitudes.

No matter the time, location, or circumstances, there will still be entitled individuals with their unreasonable demands. They’re potential bosses who want everyone to work for free, friends who desperately need a ride but demand to leave late so they can sleep in, and they can even be total strangers who want your stuff for free. To cap it all off, they’re usually rude. These entitled folks need to pack up their rotten attitudes.

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Signs That Someone’s Trying Too Hard to Look Rich

We live in a world with super rich people and super poor people, and it can get weird as hell. One of the strange consequences of this world is people who try to act super rich, but that often amounts to being total jerks and completely alienating the people around them. Here’s a bunch of stories of rich kids getting their world burst by real life, as well as stuff rich people buy that everyone else hardly thinks about.

We live in a world with super rich people and super poor people, and it can get weird as hell. One of the strange consequences of this world is people who try to act super rich, but that often amounts to being total jerks and completely alienating the people around them. Here’s a bunch of stories of rich kids getting their world burst by real life, as well as stuff rich people buy that everyone else hardly thinks about.

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Text - Mild__sauce 5.4k points · 16 hours ago 20 dudes who pooled their money to pay for ONE bottle service table at a Vegas club. Source: was one of those dudes...

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Text - shinkel1901 5.3k points · 22 hours ago - edited 10 hours ago My boyfriend tried to convince me that if I bought a kitchenaid that we'd need to leave it on the counter so people would notice that we could afford to spend -$250 on a kitchen appliance. I would love to have one, but I don't bake enough to justify it and if I ever get one it's going to be stored when I'm not using it because I hate clutter on my counters.

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Text - ASoft7 2.1k points · 22 hours ago Definitely buying cars you can't afford. I'm solidly middle class and drive a Ford focus (don't buy one, they're shit) and a lot of people I work with (that make less than I do) roll in driving big expensive trucks or Mercedes cars. If I can't afford that, I know they can't.

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Text - Text - iqstick 846 points · 18 hours ago Saw some guys at a stoplight in a convertible 6 series BMW with the top down blasting music and wearing expensive clothes. I can see his dashboard: every possible warning light was on

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Text - Text - tappytaps 30.7k points · 23 hours ago Talking about how expensive everything you have is and how much money you have. I've found the truly wealthy people don't feel compelled to talk about it constantly.

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Text - Text - TigersNsaints_ohmy 26.4k points · 19 hours ago I work at an exotic car rental branch. I have plenty of customers that rent our cars and ask us to take the ID tags off the key ring (understandable). Then I have some that INSIST they get the same license plate each time and will flip out if I give them the same model as usual but with the plate one digit off. They're trying to make the appearance to whoever that they own the car and get themselves in a trap where they have to keep re

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Text - Text - mtnmza69 24.9k points · 21 hours ago Putting "Entrepreneur" on any social media platform bio

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Text - Text - GreenBois77 17.8k points · 1 day ago McMansions without curtains or furniture in the upstairs.

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Text - Text - carnagebestvillain 16.2k points · 23 hours ago Talking about possessions, slipping dollar amounts into conversations. Act like you've been there before.

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Text - Text - Archiver_test4 15.8k points · 23 hours ago Getting married in a big fat wedding by taking out loans, borrowing from friends. Plus, getting super expensive rings when you cant afford 1/10 of it. Yuli-Ban 9.6k points · 20 hours ago + It's time for that comment again. This may not be as bad as some of the other answers, but a friend of mine took out a loan for $250,000 (I promise, I am not exaggerating this number) to pay for her "dream wedding" to a guy she had known for 3 months. Th

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Text - Text - Spicy_salsa3 14.1k points · 20 hours ago $5,000 purse with no money in it

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Text - Text - Matttaay2410 11.3k points · 1 day ago · edited 15 hours ago My uncle and his wife are perfect examples. They bought a brand new Mercedes that they can't afford, live in a house that's too big for them, bought a caravan in a park where the ground rental is nearly 50k a year, they bought their kids expensive ass bikes that were never used and what did they use to pay for all this? If you guessed credit cards then you are correct. Credit cards and loans from my grandmother which they

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Text - Text - TheWolfEmperor82 9.7k points · 23 hours ago Shopping in the curtains aisle of Walmart and openly declaring to me (an employee trying to zone) that we, "Have no taste."

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Text - Text - FagnusTwatfield 8.4k points · 20 hours ago Talking down to working class people. Dont get me wrong there are definitely snooty arsehole upper class people however in my interactions with them as a working class person in services they've always been extremely nice. My guess is because we both know who we are in "society" so there are no pretensions. Fake upper class people have to completely reinforce the class divide. It had to be absolutely clear that they are and always have bee

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Text - Text - box_o_foxes 6.7k points · 20 hours ago - edited 13 hours ago One of my husband's best friends comes from a filthy rich family (think, billions). We went to his wedding a few years ago and the social experiment that ensued was beyond fascinating. The guests themselves were a mix of anyone from broke college kids (us) to doctors, to millionaires and billionaires. Some trends definitely emerged amongst the people who were obviously self-conscious about their wealth though. They were f

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Stupid Things Restaurants Used Instead of Dishes

One of the things we don’t miss about restaurants is the need to make increasingly inconvenient, and sometimes potentially dangerous presentation. For example, serving food on top of a bed of bite-sized rocks is kind of a bad idea. Here are outlandish restaurant presentations, from broccoli on barbed wire to burgers on a guitar.

One of the things we don’t miss about restaurants is the need to make increasingly inconvenient, and sometimes potentially dangerous presentation. For example, serving food on top of a bed of bite-sized rocks is kind of a bad idea. Here are outlandish restaurant presentations, from broccoli on barbed wire to burgers on a guitar.

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Things That Really Make People Cringe

Cringe to oblivion and beyond. Yes, people are sharing those things that just really make them cringe, in a recent AskReddit thread. Things like telling your “friends” that you have an imaginary significant other, or being an obnoxious flirt that has no sense of people’s boundaries, are just the kinds of cringey things that fill up this unsettling thread. 

Cringe to oblivion and beyond. Yes, people are sharing those things that just really make them cringe, in a recent AskReddit thread. Things like telling your “friends” that you have an imaginary significant other, or being an obnoxious flirt that has no sense of people’s boundaries, are just the kinds of cringey things that fill up this unsettling thread. 

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People’s Favorite Jokes That No One Likes

Everyone has a slightly different sense of humor. Sometimes we get hung up on a certain jokes for seemingly no reason, even if they’re puns that we can’t tell if we love or hate. Some of us are just into Dad jokes because they’re stupid an no amount of people hating them will ever make us stop. Here are jokes that people love, despite them never ever getting a laugh.

Everyone has a slightly different sense of humor. Sometimes we get hung up on a certain jokes for seemingly no reason, even if they’re puns that we can’t tell if we love or hate. Some of us are just into Dad jokes because they’re stupid an no amount of people hating them will ever make us stop. Here are jokes that people love, despite them never ever getting a laugh.

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“It’s Not Stupid if it Works” Moments

We like to think solutions have to be as complicated as the problems themselves, but sometimes a seemingly stupid solution is exactly what you need. Where there’s a will, there’s a way, and sometimes resourceful DIY solutions don’t look pretty, but they work. 

We like to think solutions have to be as complicated as the problems themselves, but sometimes a seemingly stupid solution is exactly what you need. Where there’s a will, there’s a way, and sometimes resourceful DIY solutions don’t look pretty, but they work. 

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Clothing Design Fails That Are Decidedly Unfabulous

We’re not exactly in the shirt business, but some of these clothing decisions seem like they could have been prevented. For similar stuff, here are some classic translation fails that made their way onto shirts and other things. And here are some more design failures that need some help.

We’re not exactly in the shirt business, but some of these clothing decisions seem like they could have been prevented. For similar stuff, here are some classic translation fails that made their way onto shirts and other things. And here are some more design failures that need some help.

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Deceptive Ads and Bad Products Designed by Jackholes

The idea behind having a good product is that more people will buy it, but sadly, companies still lie and abuse their users and customers with all sorts of manipulative products designed by jerks. Sometimes it’s not even manipulative. Sometimes it’s just stupidly inconvenient. Can’t people just sell stuff that’s decent without having to resort to having terrible products and services?

The idea behind having a good product is that more people will buy it, but sadly, companies still lie and abuse their users and customers with all sorts of manipulative products designed by jerks. Sometimes it’s not even manipulative. Sometimes it’s just stupidly inconvenient. Can’t people just sell stuff that’s decent without having to resort to having terrible products and services?

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Guy Siphoning Gas While Smoking Blows Up Car

What started off as the inconvenience of having one’s gas tank siphoned ended as a major let down when the jackass accidentally lit everything on fire. In a more just world, this would’ve happened to the thief’s car, but no, he just drives off. All you can really say is that at least he didn’t get much gas.

What started off as the inconvenience of having one’s gas tank siphoned ended as a major let down when the jackass accidentally lit everything on fire. In a more just world, this would’ve happened to the thief’s car, but no, he just drives off. All you can really say is that at least he didn’t get much gas.

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Witty and Stupid Jokes that are Technically Correct

Whether they’re overly literal or just a really astute observation, these clever and dumb jokes are technically correct. You could say that they make no actual sense, are the wrong way to do things, and most of them are basically stupid, but these jokes are still technically accurate.

Whether they’re overly literal or just a really astute observation, these clever and dumb jokes are technically correct. You could say that they make no actual sense, are the wrong way to do things, and most of them are basically stupid, but these jokes are still technically accurate.

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Choosing Beggar Offers “Free Exposure” Instead Of Payment

This choosing beggar walked right into a dude who was ready to call him out. Yes, it would seem that the “tanning saloon” idea hatched by the choosing beggar who offered up some “free exposure” instead of monetary payment, won’t be including this guy. Honestly, it’d be surprising if anyone fell for this. But hey, who knows? 

This choosing beggar walked right into a dude who was ready to call him out. Yes, it would seem that the “tanning saloon” idea hatched by the choosing beggar who offered up some “free exposure” instead of monetary payment, won’t be including this guy. Honestly, it’d be surprising if anyone fell for this. But hey, who knows? 

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Sadly Mistaken People Who Didn’t Get Satire

Most of us understand a tongue-in-cheek reference from a well known satirical news network, but sadly, there are those among us who just don’t get the joke, or worse, believe the absurdity and pass it off as actual news. It’s sadly too common to see a sorely mistaken person not get satire, like an aunt who actually believes scientists have made a voice activated grapefruit.

Most of us understand a tongue-in-cheek reference from a well known satirical news network, but sadly, there are those among us who just don’t get the joke, or worse, believe the absurdity and pass it off as actual news. It’s sadly too common to see a sorely mistaken person not get satire, like an aunt who actually believes scientists have made a voice activated grapefruit.

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Attempts that Careened Into a Ditch of Failure

Life is a series of various attempts. Whatever you’re doing, it starts with a try. You might be trying to make a point online, or trying to make a nice sign for your place of business. You might be trying to ride a bike or relate to your fans. Sometimes these attempts hit the ground with the sound of failure.

Life is a series of various attempts. Whatever you’re doing, it starts with a try. You might be trying to make a point online, or trying to make a nice sign for your place of business. You might be trying to ride a bike or relate to your fans. Sometimes these attempts hit the ground with the sound of failure.

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Wonderfully Unprofessional “Not My Job” Moments

When people decide a particular task is above or below their pay grade or not their responsibility, you get some interesting moments out of the deal. You get manholes in sandboxes, completely unusable fans, and newspaper headlines like “Headline Goes Here.” It’s like people are built to fail at their one job and create some masterfuldesign failures.

When people decide a particular task is above or below their pay grade or not their responsibility, you get some interesting moments out of the deal. You get manholes in sandboxes, completely unusable fans, and newspaper headlines like “Headline Goes Here.” It’s like people are built to fail at their one job and create some masterfuldesign failures.

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Choosing Beggars With Pockets Full Of Entitlement

These choosing beggars just keep it coming. Sometimes they end up getting what’s coming to them. Anyways, as long as there’s a price attached to something, there will be a choosing beggar around ready to complicate the process of smooth negotiations. The cost of trying to navigate selling something to a choosing beggar who entered the conversation with delusional expectations, ultimately ends up being a cost of someone’s time (and maybe sanity). We’re not sure when choosing beggars decide to wake up and be reasonable, but until then, these moments certainly showcase how absurd people can be when money is involved. 

These choosing beggars just keep it coming. Sometimes they end up getting what’s coming to them. Anyways, as long as there’s a price attached to something, there will be a choosing beggar around ready to complicate the process of smooth negotiations. The cost of trying to navigate selling something to a choosing beggar who entered the conversation with delusional expectations, ultimately ends up being a cost of someone’s time (and maybe sanity). We’re not sure when choosing beggars decide to wake up and be reasonable, but until then, these moments certainly showcase how absurd people can be when money is involved. 

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Entitled Individuals With Depleted Common Sense

As long as there’s a price attached to something, there will be a choosing beggar around ready to complicate the process of smooth negotiations. The cost of trying to navigate selling something to a choosing beggar who entered the conversation with delusional expectations, ultimately ends up being a cost of someone’s time (and maybe sanity). We’re not sure when choosing beggars decide to wake up and be reasonable, but until then, these moments certainly showcase how absurd people can be when money is involved. 

As long as there’s a price attached to something, there will be a choosing beggar around ready to complicate the process of smooth negotiations. The cost of trying to navigate selling something to a choosing beggar who entered the conversation with delusional expectations, ultimately ends up being a cost of someone’s time (and maybe sanity). We’re not sure when choosing beggars decide to wake up and be reasonable, but until then, these moments certainly showcase how absurd people can be when money is involved. 

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Absurd Individuals Who Believe They’re Utter Geniuses

When the internet becomes a place for people to share their true feelings about things, you start to get a whole lot of people who truly feel that they’re unmatched geniuses whose thoughts are so vast and comprehensive that that they might as well have telekinetic powers. Maybe they’re right, maybe they are truly blessed with supreme knowledge. And they use that knowledge to mostly make snide Youtube comments and smear the internet with their bragging.

When the internet becomes a place for people to share their true feelings about things, you start to get a whole lot of people who truly feel that they’re unmatched geniuses whose thoughts are so vast and comprehensive that that they might as well have telekinetic powers. Maybe they’re right, maybe they are truly blessed with supreme knowledge. And they use that knowledge to mostly make snide Youtube comments and smear the internet with their bragging.

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Group Chat Accidentally Texts Foreign Stranger for a Year

It only dawned on this group that they might have the wrong number when their friend mentioned that he felt lonely and wondered why no one texted him. Turns out they’d been texting a foulmouthed total stranger the whole time. For a wholesome mistake that went on way too long, here’s a story of a woman who mistakenly thought a random office was a dog daycare for months.

It only dawned on this group that they might have the wrong number when their friend mentioned that he felt lonely and wondered why no one texted him. Turns out they’d been texting a foulmouthed total stranger the whole time. For a wholesome mistake that went on way too long, here’s a story of a woman who mistakenly thought a random office was a dog daycare for months.

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Weird and Dumb Design Fails That Don’t Make The Cut

No matter how you slice it, there will always be people and things failing at their one job. And we’re glad that people’s constant design fails give us a world full of shirts, signs and products featuring nonsensical ramblings and accidental filthy creepiness .

No matter how you slice it, there will always be people and things failing at their one job. And we’re glad that people’s constant design fails give us a world full of shirts, signs and products featuring nonsensical ramblings and accidental filthy creepiness .

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Jerkbag Gives Server Ultimatum, Ends Up Paying for 25 Beers

If you’re gonna be really serious to your server and demand that they bring you a beer with every passing, then get ready for your wallet to explode. It’s hard to tell what this guy’s goal was, but his words were the nails in the coffin. The service industry is at times lawless and full of characters, so you get a lot out of tales from servers who have seen it all.

If you’re gonna be really serious to your server and demand that they bring you a beer with every passing, then get ready for your wallet to explode. It’s hard to tell what this guy’s goal was, but his words were the nails in the coffin. The service industry is at times lawless and full of characters, so you get a lot out of tales from servers who have seen it all.

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