Entitled People That Are On Another Level - Part 3 - REACTION

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    Hey guys! Today on my channel we are reacting to some more entitled people! Entitled people posts are some of my favourite to react to on this channel.
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Commentaires • 3 125

  • H Capps
    H Capps Il y a an +5322

    "If you can't afford a kid, keep your legs closed." Um? Didn't she just ask for the stereo for FREE for her SON? Maybe she should practice what she preaches.

    • D S
      D S Il y a 9 jours

      Exactly. My response would've just been "same to you" lol

    • minnymoon1360
      minnymoon1360 Il y a mois +1

      It's Nephew not son

    • Brompton Device 76
      Brompton Device 76 Il y a 10 mois

      @Katie Allen I know what you were saying and it's right. What I'm saying is that some (not many) get pregnant from a brief fling or a one night stand and the man doesn't even know because all the girl wanted was benefits and a council house. When challenged they say things like "It was a German I met on holiday but I lost his address", "He's gone abroad, I don't know where", "He's married and he's threatened me if I tell anyone his name". Etc.
      It's that small number who taint all single mothers.
      If you ask people in the UK about single mothers most people will say "teenage girls who don't even know who the father is", when actually the overwhelming majority are in their late thirties or forties, divorced with teenage children and mostly working, some full time, some part time.
      It's a whole different world for system abusers.

    • Katie Allen
      Katie Allen Il y a 10 mois +2

      @Brompton Device 76 that's not my point. My point is that some man had to be involved at some point and he's just as to blame for an unwanted pregnancy.

    • Brompton Device 76
      Brompton Device 76 Il y a 10 mois

      Should have sent her a text saying "I think your mother should have kept her closed".

  • MerryMinimalism
    MerryMinimalism Il y a 10 mois +991

    All this here is why I tell my little children no sometimes. My 6 year old would say “but I asked nicely!” And I have to remind her “you asked in a nice and respectful way, I do appreciate that, but sometimes in life you’ll still be told no.” Hopefully my parenting strategy will pay off 🤞🏻

    • Lakota Gillispie
      Lakota Gillispie Il y a 13 jours

      @Miss S Yeah because being told no they can't have an ice cream is so traumatizing

    • CoreSnap
      CoreSnap Il y a 29 jours

      you're a terrible parent. They're not gonna be on one of these video's one day!!! Start giving in so we have content in the future!!!

    • Moongem
      Moongem Il y a mois

      @Miss S You're making a big assumption, which is that telling your child "no" is in *every* circumstance, a form of deprivation. There are simply situations where it is not responsible or realistic to allow a child to do something. I've already given you examples, and I'm sure you can think of more. I don't understand how you consider my comments to be "trolling." Do you really think it's a good idea to always give a kid what they want? Even if it's dangerous or disrespectful or unhealthy? Really?
      If my mother followed your advice and bought my brother a new toy and fast food every time he asked for it, we'd have no money left and a very sick child. But you know what, maybe you're right. Maybe having a spoiled child with a terrible diet is worth it. Teaching your child to be responsible is just too mean!
      Edit: Huh. I'm looking back at your comments and I'm finding it hard to believe that you're an adult with children *and* grandchildren. Either you raised your kids in a wildly irresponsible way...or you're a young person doing a poor impersonation of an older person. May I ask who the person in your profile is? It's clearly not you, if you are who you claim to be, and even if it's of a celebrity or model you like, it doesn't really look like a profile picture an older person would have.

    • Miss S
      Miss S Il y a mois

      @Nicole Queirolo you can tell them no, that's true. However, they will learn they can't depend on you and will look for other ways to get thier wants and needs met - which means you are not doing your job

  • Indi Darling
    Indi Darling Il y a 6 mois +208

    As a single mother, I'm so over seeing people being like, "but I'm a single mom...". My son is also disabled and I have never expected anything from anyone. The entitlement is mind boggling. 😬😬

    • Wanda Haines
      Wanda Haines Il y a 3 jours

      Also a single mom, daughter now an adult. I never once asked for help. I would certainly never use it to get something cheaper or free.

    • Erika Barrett
      Erika Barrett Il y a 4 mois +6

      I have 4 kids. They are older now but when they were younger I did whatever I could and didn't expect anything from anybody except the other person who contributed to their existence, their father. I cannot fathom how anyone could demand something for nothing because they let somebody finish inside them. That's just plain stupid

    • Ano Nomous
      Ano Nomous Il y a 4 mois +8

      Yesss aside from getting help from my parents for a place to live (my fiance and I got pregnant at probably the worst timing after we were kicked out of our apartment) we work hard to pay our own bills, buy our own groceries, and save up to get back on our feet. We only take help if it's offered to us. It's hard when times are tough but it is entirely possible to make it through without being rude to people or throwing a self-pity party with strangers.

    • Jenny B
      Jenny B Il y a 5 mois +9

      Alot of the time they're just lying about it to try and gain sympathy to get what they want for free.

  • Agustina Kleylein
    Agustina Kleylein Il y a 10 mois +221

    Im tired of the “I’m a single mother” “I have a disable nephew!” “I don’t have money” or whatever excuses people use to be entitled. Sorry ma’am but it’s your problem not ours. One thing is asking for help with kindness and another TOTALLY different thing is believing people owe you something for your life problems.

    • Cameron Don
      Cameron Don Il y a 7 mois +8

      Another yet is using a disabled relative for your own ends. I used to be special needs (used to, I have largely gotten over it but there are things I still need help with) and I would be pissed if anyone I know used my condition for their ends. Thankfully, I don't know anyone who would, but it's sickening that there are people like that in the world.

  • Noldo
    Noldo Il y a an +146

    As ma grandma said, very wise woman : "I want" is not a valid arguement in a discussion.

    • tomkellycartoons
      tomkellycartoons Il y a 6 mois +1

      My friend’s dad used to ask, “How does it feel to want?” 😂

    • Kosmic 77 Universe
      Kosmic 77 Universe Il y a 10 mois +3

      Well said….. and now I too will be quoting your very wise grandmother 😊😊😊

  • Britt
    Britt Il y a 9 mois +99

    Man, I’ve been in the spot of not having enough at checkout & someone covering my bill. Uncontrollable crying and hugging ensued. Those people are angels. I love and appreciate every single one of y’all.

    • Roo Mum
      Roo Mum Il y a 5 mois +9

      I've been there - had it happen several times that people have offered to pay for my entire grocery bill, but it's always been that I've just forgotten to transfer the money from one account to another. I thank them profusely, explain my silly mistake, tell them how much I appreciate it though, and let them know how awesome they are to make the offer. Those people are my heroes!

  • Platinum_Noelle
    Platinum_Noelle Il y a an +33

    "HR might want to have a word with you soon." Oh cool, I'm sure they'll enjoy reading this conversation!

    • Kelly Frazier
      Kelly Frazier Il y a 8 jours

      That's exactly what I thought. I would take my phone straight to H.R. to show them the threats from my co-worker. That way if the snotty girl made a false complaint, H.R. would know she was lying

  • Lady Marmalade
    Lady Marmalade Il y a 10 mois +82

    The person who claimed they "just bought baby food for their little girl" was almost definitely lying. They just thought they would be able to weasel an even lower price because the seller had already agreed to lower it once.

  • Anne B.
    Anne B. Il y a an +57

    I had a similar thing happen to me at the grocery store only I was the one short on cash. I put things back when a lady standing 3 people behind me told the cashier she would pay for the remainder of my groceries. I thanked her and told her it was okay and that I could pick them up the next time I was able to shop. AT the time I was living paycheck to paycheck and thought I had calculated right on my grocery costs. But I was $22 over. I had already put back most of the items but was still $6 shy and the lady reached in her purse, pulled out a $10 and handed it to the cashier...I apologized for holding up the line because the 2 people behind me were starting to complain even though it was just a few items I had taken off. The kind lady said, " No, don't apologize... we all get in a tight spot sometimes and need help. I'm all too happy to take care of this. The cashier took the $10 and when she went to hand it to the lady she said, "give it to her, she may need it later for gas or something". I told her it was okay and that I'd be okay, but she insisted. I thanked her again and again because the truth was, I had no more money for the remainder of that month. I had paid all my bills, rent, medical costs for my disabled daughter and was really strapped after buying food and supplies for our month. I've never forgotten her kindness to this very day and that was 6 years ago. My husband had recently died from cancer and my disabled daughter and I was both sick and extremely poor at the time. The life insurance we paid for more than 30 years dropped my husband the moment they found out he was ill so we had no money to bury him or to live off of. My daughter received $1,200.00 a month for a disability that was only paid because her father had died. When I walked to my car that day and unloaded my groceries inside, I sat there for 30 minutes crying... not because we were broke and poor but because someone was so kind that they pulled their own hard-earned money out of their pocket to help me. I pray that she has been blessed every day of her life since. Now that I'm more financially stable I donate whatever I can whenever I can to those who are the most need. Paying it forward when I see those who are suffering as I and my daughter once had.

    • noname
      noname Il y a 2 mois +3

      What a dear woman 💑

  • Lyllies
    Lyllies Il y a an +4135

    True story: In my office we contribute to buy a birth day cake. First we gave $ 5 each for the cake, soda, ice cream, etc . Everyone complained the contribution was too high so we set it to $3, the cake was still good but no ice cream and few drinks, people still complained soooo today we only ask for $1.25 each, the cake is blah and everyone complains why the cake isn’t good anymore, where is the soda and the ice cream. Well, Karenssss, it’s because you don’t want to give more 💰 so the cake has to be cheaper. We ask for money Just to have at least a “cake”. The worst part is, the person who is the hardest to get the money to contribute is the very first to complain.

    • Hope Cows&Chickens
      Hope Cows&Chickens Il y a 2 mois

      You just described my mom. Perfectly!

    • imalrockme
      imalrockme Il y a 3 mois

      @Lyllies Yes, the power to stand up for yourself comes with experience and age. In my twenties I would have reacted just like you, holding my silent fury and then ending up saying "ok"... Now? I don't think I even have to tell you :)

    • imalrockme
      imalrockme Il y a 3 mois

      @Jonny D Yes, but too many birthdays, too many celebrations, 5 here, 5 there, rent 'n' stuff to pay.

    • Wariors World
      Wariors World Il y a 4 mois

      $5 is so cheap tho, even for poor people💀

    • Lyllies
      Lyllies Il y a 9 mois

      @pfalky2k if only that existed, imagine them twitching when you spray them.

  • Michelle Young
    Michelle Young Il y a 11 mois +250

    "If you can't afford a kid, keep your legs closed" coming from the person who is BEGGING for stuff for her OWN CHILD.
    "But, MY kid is special needs! It's different for MEEEEEEEE."

    • Jakob
      Jakob Il y a 6 mois +4

      I think you're right even though she wrote that she wants it for her nephew.

  • Flori M
    Flori M Il y a 6 mois +31

    The one asking for a free cake is delusional. Here in the UK it cost at least £30 to make a cake using good quality ingredients. And at least 5 hours. People who never baked a potato in their life have no clue why the custom made cakes are so expensive

  • Mulan 121
    Mulan 121 Il y a an +41

    I was at a birthday party of a high-school friend of my husband and didn't know anyone so I started talking to this other woman who was also alone. She asked me what I did for a living (she was a lawyer) and when I said I was an architect she wanted me to design and build a holiday home for her and as payment she could cook for me at her home.
    "I'm a really good cook".
    Yeah, no thanks...

    • Mulan 121
      Mulan 121 Il y a 3 mois +3

      @vaishnavi barthwal that's ridiculous. The nerve of some people. Especially taking advantage of a student.

    • vaishnavi barthwal
      vaishnavi barthwal Il y a 3 mois +4

      Omg something similar happened to me. I'm a final year student studying architecture, currently busy with my thesis. Life is already hectic and I'm running short on time this person who was in my tution classes contacts me and asks me to design a free bunglow plan for his holiday home and he's a civil engineer.
      When I asked him how much he's paying he said if I could work for free it's a win-win situation as I'll get some exposure and it'll be great for my portfolio. And he wanted it last month. I rejected him saying I'm already busy with my thesis so I can't "help" him.

    • Queen B
      Queen B Il y a 6 mois +10

      This lady basically wanted you to put a million bucks in designing and building a house for a plate of food in return????

  • Siera Minton
    Siera Minton Il y a 11 mois +281

    I know this is like a year late but I literally just made that kind of cake (Lindor cake) for my little brother's birthday. It's all he asked for, so I figured yeah I can make this it'll be no big deal. 4 Lindt dark chocolate bars, 6 bags of Lindor Truffles, and nearly 5 hours later, the cake is done and probably cost me $40 in total. It was a very expensive cake, and I can imagine someone professional making this (or anyone really) would ask for compensation for the time it took to bake, build and decorate the cake. That thing was DELICIOUS and also weighed nearly 5 pounds. My brother can't say I don't love him lmfao

    • Monster McBoo
      Monster McBoo Il y a 4 mois +3

      I know this is really late, but I wanted to chime in on the utter hardship it can be to make a specialty cake as a home baker. I’m a retired pastry chef, used to run my own catering company, and worked as a cake lady out of my home for yeeeeaaarrrrssss making custom cakes. I have all the equipment and experience, and a cake like that is still a PITA sometimes, plus sourcing the very specific candies can get very expensive, OR it’s a real task to hand make them. I would charge SO MUCH for a such a cake. If anyone EVER gifts you a homemade cake like that, LAVISH them with gratitude!

    • Osii Tah
      Osii Tah Il y a 6 mois +9

      @Siera Minton I mean, you could've AT LEAST copy pasted the recipe here, thanks for nothing! Now I have to go and open a link! 🤣 kidding!!
      So nice of you to share the recipe!!

    • LadyDarkSky
      LadyDarkSky Il y a 9 mois +5

      @Siera Minton OMG TY!! i can so not wait to make this, other half b-day is in october and he loves lindt chocolate this is going to make his day! you are so awesome!! plus i get to taste this, win win w00t!

    • LadyDarkSky
      LadyDarkSky Il y a 9 mois +4

      :o do you have a recipe for the cake and how you made it? i love lindor cakes and want to try and make it myself :D

  • nivedita bhalla
    nivedita bhalla Il y a an +2554

    I'm really curious on what went wrong in these people's life while growing up that they behave in such a manner.

    • rhiannon cee
      rhiannon cee Il y a 6 mois

      they were spoiled

    • tomkellycartoons
      tomkellycartoons Il y a 6 mois

      @Jo Anna
      😂😂😂😂😂👍

    • Amber Stephenson
      Amber Stephenson Il y a 7 mois +2

      I work in food service in a college town, so I mostly interact with young adults but will encounter the occasional professor or college parent. I’ve seen entitlement from both, but the way they approach it is different. The older people will tend to demand outright and roll their eyes and insist on being right because they’re older. The younger people tend to be more manipulative and sneaky about it. They’ll flood you with please, and surely you can make an exception for me, and I really am a nice guy! We can see through you Chads and Karens… We’re closed. Go eat somewhere else. And stop stealing our stuff.

    • MsBizzyGurl
      MsBizzyGurl Il y a 9 mois

      They never got told they are unimportant. Happy to assist!

    • Hoptoit
      Hoptoit Il y a an

      @Jo Anna Yes pretty much!

  • zin82e98
    zin82e98 Il y a 10 mois +28

    This homeless guy walked into a fast food restaurant after me asking if I can buy him something. I said okay and was talking to the worker about what I wanted to order and asking him about the menu as it was my first time there. Then the homeless guy starts coming close to me, giving me attitude, and telling me to hurry up in a very rude tone. After that I decided not to buy him anything and as I walked past he called me some pleasant words 🙃
    The audacity of everyone who feels entitled is beyond me

    • Let'sBeCivil,ShallWe?
      Let'sBeCivil,ShallWe? Il y a mois

      My sister went and got a homeless lady her preferred meal (they were at a street corner, so my sister got her order and brought it back to her). Instead of a thank you, the homeless lady asked if my sister could rent her and her boyfriend a hotel room for a couple of days. Bruh. If it’s not offered, don’t ask. When my sister said no, the lady asked if she could “at least” get $20 then. The choosiest of beggers right there.

    • Bunkyman
      Bunkyman Il y a 4 mois +1

      I drive by and sometimes stop at a Wendys close to home. I noticed during the day there was A homeless dudeman standing on the corner by a stop sign waiting for handouts. I bought him a sandwich twice. I noticed one time Wendys had a Help Wanted sign out. This guy was standing 20 feet from the sign, he could not have missed it. He continued to ask for stuff. I still see him but I'm through feeding him.

  • Annie Zell
    Annie Zell Il y a an +28

    My sister literally asked to use my baby stuff and I said it was fine but I wanted it back. I was literally due a month after my sister sold all of my stuff. I refuse to ever help her again. She also had the audacity to think I should give her hundreds of dollars because my husband has a good job. Um no!

    • Annie Zell
      Annie Zell Il y a an

      Gayle Dimitri I don’t talk to my sister either. I do support my niece and nephew but mostly because I see them at my parent’s house when she isn’t around. Last year she thought she was going to take my children to a completely different state for a few days by asking my 13 year old. She never asked me until my son told her to talk to me. She hardly ever answers my phone calls if I absolutely have to.

    • Gayle Dimitri
      Gayle Dimitri Il y a an +3

      Annie Zell I have the same kind of sister. She thought I should buy her daughter all of her school clothes since I was her Godmother! Thank God I don’t talk to her anymore.

  • Luv Burden
    Luv Burden Il y a an +27

    When you "spoil" your child they grow up thinking everybody owes them something. I know you want to give your child what you never had but create a balance. Don't create an entitled monster.

  • CMTHFAF
    CMTHFAF Il y a 11 mois +16

    When my daughters were teens they volunteered in Austin to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina. They worked as runners between the doctors who volunteered and the donated medical supplies and medications.
    Sadly, the entitlement of the people from New Orleans pretty much soured them on charity work.

  • Hollz
    Hollz Il y a an +1242

    I love when they say "blocked" or "I'm deleting you" - it's like the trash taking it's self out! Thanks, you've saved me a job! Lol.

    • Phell Landborn
      Phell Landborn Il y a mois

      @Saranda To grammar check or not to grammar check, that is the question. Whether it is nobler in the mind to suffer the sighs and cringes of linguistic inaccuracies or take up arms against a sea of dubious self expression... 😃

    • Saranda
      Saranda Il y a mois

      Itself*, not it's self.

    • MH h
      MH h Il y a 2 mois

      😁

    • Phell Landborn
      Phell Landborn Il y a 4 mois

      Yes, I call this a "win-win."

  • TheLepke2011
    TheLepke2011 Il y a 10 mois +4

    Wow. Nothing like threatening to get someone in trouble with HR and putting it in writing. I had a client pull that on me via email and she actually followed thru. She accused me of harassment. Good thing I saved EVERY EMAIL EVER going back 10 years. One of us got to keep our job. I'll let you guess who. 😁

  • Alèxia
    Alèxia Il y a 10 mois +11

    2:11 love that she left text proof that she's blackmailing you. I'm excited for HR to read that.

  • Vanity Plates
    Vanity Plates Il y a 4 mois +5

    I work in customer service, the amount of entitlement I run into daily is unreal. I will do everything I can for you, which is my job, but some of these folks are just insane with their demands. They demand we do things for them. The audacity.

  • Stephen Cotton
    Stephen Cotton Il y a an +4

    I was leaving Japan... So I went to a FB group which is there for giving free stuff away before you leave Japan. I had so many people say they were going to pickup, then ask if I can deliver. And had me waiting around for hours. It was so much hard work to give stuff away. It would have been less painful just to put it all in a dumpster.

  • Elise McGinnis
    Elise McGinnis Il y a an +4

    I recently had a older lady come in, cut in front of a line of 10 people, threw her money down and walked out. Since we have to scan the items, she technically stole them. A week later she came back in, my coworker was like you’re banned from the store until you pay for the cards or we will call the cops. She’s like no. No. I paid for them. My coworker was like no ma’am. You didn’t. She also stepped out behind another customers truck to yell at him because he wasn’t wearing a mask. Same day.

  • Manaart
    Manaart Il y a an +8

    I gave my pharmacy books to 1 of my junior. After her exams got over i kept calling her to return the books. After ignoring my calls i finally met her one day and asked about my books. She had literally sold them for money and she was not even ashamed of it. Worst person i met.. she came from a family of 3 siblings and they used to potray that they are very poor and everyone used to try to help them out. After this incident i was discussing with 1 of my classmate and got to know that she even borrowed books from him... the same semester books and even sold his books. Literally worst person.

  • iron heart
    iron heart Il y a 11 mois +19

    one time i bought a full bag of potatoes for a homeless in a wheelchair after i asked him if he needed certain kinds of food (i think it‘s always more effective to buy homeless people food instead of giving them money because you don‘t know what they will do with it). he said he needed potatoes, so i walked to the next grocery store (that wasn‘t even close) and bought him a full heavy bag of potatoes and then CARRIED it back to him.
    after i gave it to him, he looked me straight in the eyes and said „look at how small this bag is, what am i supposed to do with this“ and then proceeded to ask me if i could run back to the same grocery store and buy him bread too, even though he didn‘t say anything of it before i went for the first time.
    long story short, i just turned around and walked away (i let him keep the potatoes, but thinking back to it, i should have just taken them back after his comment). i still see him often as he is always waiting at the shopping mile and begging for money, but i always ignore him now. and he knows that i do, because i look him straight in the eye and then continue walking lol 😌

    • Jonna Osborne
      Jonna Osborne Il y a 3 mois +1

      I am retired now, at 68 years of age. I was a single mother; my son is now 47, married, with 2 kids of his own. When my son was younger, sometimes I would take him to work with me at night. Then when he got old enough that he didn't need a sitter, I would have two jobs, and I would get off work very late. One night I stopped at a fast food drive-through and bought a meal, and a woman panhandler gave me a sad tale and hit me up for some money. I think I gave her $5-$10. A couple of nights later, I went to another fast food restaurant at the same intersection, and there she was again, "working" the drive-through there. She came up to my window to give me her spiel again, and I that time I said no. She was so angry, she got right in my car window and was yelling at me. I told her "Lady, I just got through working TWO jobs, 18 hours straight, and I am tired and HUNGRY. If you get between me and my food order, you're gonna be sorry." I just rolled up my window and when I got to the window to pick up my order, I called the manager over and told him "There's a crazy lady out there interfering with your paying customers!" He was so pissed, because she hung around there all night and day pestering the customers for money. If he called the police on her, she would just be back again the next day. I have helped people out with food and money before, and I make contributions to several charities. But being exhausted after working TWO jobs, I was not in the mood for somebody like her, who didn't even TRY to make an honest living. Grrrrrr! (By the way, I now collect Social Security after working my a$$ off for almost 50 years, but I STILL have a part-time job at home, typing for extra money so I can make a little more to do some of the things I like to do, like going on little trips, occasionally going out to eat, and having some spending money. The only way I could figure out to have spending money left over after all the bills are paid is to work more hours! AND I paid off every single penny of my student loans just two months before I retired! LOL)

  • Sweet Scheme
    Sweet Scheme Il y a 10 mois +9

    "I know what it's like to be kind and for people to take advantage of that"
    It's a shame that those who are kind are treated the worst in society.
    Also I appreciate the your vibes. I think Imma have to sub.

    • B
      B Il y a 10 mois +1

      This hit too close to home for me as well. I am both comforted and mortified that my experiences with entitled people is not unique.

  • byebyebelly
    byebyebelly Il y a an +3131

    Expecting payment for a job is being "money driven" wtf

    • Miss S
      Miss S Il y a 8 mois

      Every boss ever

    • Sara Lexi
      Sara Lexi Il y a 10 mois

      It is but like in a good way? Value your time!

    • Marie Wraight
      Marie Wraight Il y a 10 mois

      My ex-husband said that about me when I asked him (again) for the money he owed me from our divorce. We’d been divorced for 7 years

    • Steve Greenfield
      Steve Greenfield Il y a 10 mois +3

      I actually had a boss tell me that he was shocked and disappointed that I was obviously only working for a paycheck, because I would not continue to work after clocking out. He would not let me clock back in to work, but he wanted me to keep working. And he didn't tell me this until after he made sure that I had clocked out for the day.
      No shit, it's a job. It wasn't like we were rescuing orphans.

  • Jo Ann Reilly
    Jo Ann Reilly Il y a an +4

    Thank you for this platform!! I was sharing a house there, with some people, and there was a couple who kept asking me for my passwords for Prime and Netflix, as I had shared them with said couple before (mistake!) They tried to make out that they were put out because of MY 'selfishness' and they were broke, etc. Basically they were very thrifty, but were okay with getting freebies from decent, honest people! And they then later purchased a BMW just to show off how rich they were!! Please! Mmmkay!!! Entitled idiots! Wish them to see this!! xoxo

  • patsyfras
    patsyfras Il y a an +4

    I always wonder what the story looks like from the entitled person's perspective ... like, do you think that last lady at the grocery store complained to everyone how rude the person was for not letting her pick up more items? People be crazy.

  • Moon Stone
    Moon Stone Il y a 10 mois +5

    At one apartment I lived at, the young people next door were trying to get everyone's cars towed out of the complex despite the fact that each parking space rightfully belonged it's resident. The rule at this place was 2 parking spaces per resident and these young people had several cars that they didn't want to park offsite in over flow parking. When they left a note on our car threatening to tow it, my Mom filed it in the mud and reported them to management.

  • Tenner
    Tenner Il y a an +26

    the blocked ones are the epitome of
    "everyone brings joy to this office. some when they enter , and others when they leave. "

  • mary wolfcin
    mary wolfcin Il y a an +1146

    As an artist, i literally always have distant relatives coming up at Christmas asking for a free painting.
    Oh the paintings that take weeks to make and tons of emotional energy? Sure I'll just send one right over, 2nd cousin twice removed.

    • jeff egan
      jeff egan Il y a 3 jours

      I have a good artist friend and have 10 of his works, I paid full price through his dealer for all except one, I did get a 10% discount on a $12,000 painting I would never expect a work for free. I did get a free drawing of myself from an artist I posed for maybe 4 times he let me pick one as a thank you.

    • GoddessOfThree
      GoddessOfThree Il y a mois +1

      I've had a friend's mom ask me in college if I could draw a portrait of her little step-daughter (totally love the friend, mom, and little girl) when she saw my recently honed portrait-drawing skills. I agreed. Thing is, she NEVER pestered me about it. Took me like 2 years to get around to it and was a pleasant surprise when I finished the piece and sent it to her. She totally would have just let it go and never mentioned it again if I just never found the time or energy to do it, because it was understood that it was a friendly thing that she wasn't paying me for. And she totally would have respected if I'd decided not to do it in the first place. But based on how I hear about other artists are treated, I wish more people understood that there's a HUGE difference between this kind of arrangement and a straight-up expectation for a loved one to do free labor, and, like, expecting to actually hold them to it.

    • It's Kagura Bitch
      It's Kagura Bitch Il y a 2 mois

      Make one in 10 mins and call it art. They cant disagree bc ure the artist

    • Tatyana Gordon
      Tatyana Gordon Il y a 4 mois +1

      I have never haggled with an artist.

    • Helen Bontje
      Helen Bontje Il y a 4 mois +3

      I don"t paint but I do bead work & crochet . I have noticed anyone who does any type of handcraft ALWAYS, ALWAYS have friends or family members or even, complete strangers who feel entitled to free stuff or a DISCOUNT that barely would cover costs of materials, because apparently our time is worthless. You will also find these same people have no talent what so ever or are TOO BUSY to do or make these items themselves!!!

  • CyberWarezz05
    CyberWarezz05 Il y a 10 mois +4

    One time, I wanted to gave my cosmetics for free, and I posted this on a sale site.The only money they had to pay was for the transport fee, and I wrote this on the ad.A lot of people overlooked this and when I told them that I will give them x and y but they will have to pay for the transport, they either stopped messaging or wrote things like"pls pay the transport fee yourself, I have 5 kids", or other things like that.Needless to say, I had to disable the ad.

  • Titania
    Titania Il y a an +11

    This is why I’m too nervous to try and sell any of my stuff online. I’ll just keep making anonymous drop offs at thrift stores. 😄

  • Anastasia Romanot
    Anastasia Romanot Il y a an +4

    I used to be super enthusiastic about Christmas at work, and took in my own Christmas tree because our department only had a couple of plastic streamers from the 70’s. I figured I spent more time at work than home so it got more use.
    I would also bake mince pies and put them under the tree for everyone throughout December.
    First someone complained that it was only mince pies and nothing was put on for those who didn’t like them.
    Then I became disabled and couldn’t stand long enough to make them, so bought some every few days instead.
    Someone complained about the store bought free food.
    (Same with the birthday treats I stopped making and bought instead.)
    I stopped bothering after that, but still put the tree up.
    Someone from the floor above then stole the tree, and I couldn’t get it back because I couldn’t get up the stairs.
    I also worked with a guy who complained that I got given a kettle and a small printer for my desk (the kitchen was upstairs and the print room was at the other end of a massive building.) Same guy who stole food from my desk and complained to my face when I ran out!
    Can’t say I was that upset when I had to retire.
    Thankfully my boss for the last couple of years was lovely.

  • Diamond Eubanks
    Diamond Eubanks Il y a an +24

    When they say, "give an inch and they take a mile," I'm sure it was because of people like this! The audacity of those people smh

  • sistakia33
    sistakia33 Il y a an +1351

    So I told one of my girls that I used a teddy bear my dying grandmother gave me to get through emotionally distressing nights. (Holding him in my arms filled my emptiness after my divorce.) So then my friend who had also recently gotten divorced asked for it! Naturally I said "No" as I was still using my teddy bear to get through my own emotionally distressing nights! She accused me of not being a friend despite the fact that I had just paid her phone bill! I offered her a different bear because I have several but no she wanted the one I was using! When I said "No" again I guess I ended the clearly one sided friendship!
    I think the "feel sorry for me even though I care NOTHING about you and your problems" are the most disturbing of all the entitled manipulators out there!

    • Bluesapphire
      Bluesapphire Il y a 11 mois +1

      Did your ex-friend even understand what emotional support means?
      That teddy was a precious memento from your beloved grandma so it's a special and irreplaceable for you, but unless it's made from gold or diamond, would just be a plain old teddies like millions in the garege sale or dumpster for her. She can just buy one or borrow any of your other teddied and the effect would still be same!

    • Susan Langley
      Susan Langley Il y a 11 mois

      @Ana Palermo butbe

    • Meela Manhattan
      Meela Manhattan Il y a 11 mois +2

      Wow idk what is wrong with people. Why would she ask you for something so sentimental to you?

    • sistakia33
      sistakia33 Il y a 11 mois +1

      @Why Am I Gae?🏳️‍🌈 Oh thank goodness! And thanks for the update!♥️💙💚💛

    • Why Am I Gae?🏳️‍🌈
      Why Am I Gae?🏳️‍🌈 Il y a 11 mois +1

      She’s survived. She had some teeth taken out too. She doesn’t wanna be with me or me mam but the vet said she’s a fierce little dog, after a few days she’ll be like she was as a puppy.

  • melovetolaugh
    melovetolaugh Il y a 7 mois +4

    I remember putting some of my books for free in FB marketplace but I mention in the description that buyer has to take it from the area near where I lives.
    There’s entitlement buyer who actually asked me to meet up somewhere else that nearer to their place.
    I ignore that person, ended up giving my books away to other person who’s willing to come to near my place and even bought me cookies because they feel grateful for getting my books for free.

  • Elizabeth Wang
    Elizabeth Wang Il y a 11 mois +3

    I love how you make everything so fun. I have watched quite a few of your videos by now and I LOVE your facial expressions and the accents you come up with. Thank you so much for creating such fun to listen to content. It always makes my day a little brighter. And reminds me not to be a...snob. In anything.
    You put a lot of work into your videos and it shows.
    Also, my 5 year old loves mimicking you. He calls you the “funny lady” when he asks to listen to your videos.

  • Sweet Insanity
    Sweet Insanity Il y a 11 mois +5

    8:58 - I am so beyond sick and tired of the old "I'm a single parent" 😭😭😭 BS. How is someone succumbing to the consequences of opening their legs suddenly become the entire worlds problem??
    I'm also tired of the people who DO give into people like this. They're the reason why these entitled beggars have no shame whatsoever.

    • Natalia Bae
      Natalia Bae Il y a 2 mois

      Honestly, in the age of the internet there’s no excuse for not knowing about abs using contraception.

  • BootsNsaddle
    BootsNsaddle Il y a an +2

    This young lady is SIMPLY hilarious !! ABSOLUTELY love her sense of humor !!!

  • Mandy Rinlee
    Mandy Rinlee Il y a an +1150

    Was with a friend who locked her keys in her car, so I used my AAA card to have someone sent out to do an unlock, which they will do for any vehicle if the card member is present. A week later, while I was in class, I got a voicemail from her. She locked her keys in her car again, this time at her work, and wanted me to come up there and use AAA again. She then says, "When you're done, give my keys to the manager on duty and I will get them tomorrow.". She wanted me to drive 45 minutes to her work to get her a free locksmith and wait on them by myself while she was hanging out with another friend.

    • Ruza Hel
      Ruza Hel Il y a 11 mois +2

      She is no longer your friend. At least show a bit of gratitude and also stay with your car while you ask your friend a bloody favour.

    • UTU49
      UTU49 Il y a an +6

      I think maybe as a general rule you can only safely do favors for people if they know EXACTLY how large a favor you are doing them, and they fully appreciate that they are in no way entitled to it.

    • Vonetta Bradford
      Vonetta Bradford Il y a an

      @Blue Plumbob 👍👍

    • Kim's World
      Kim's World Il y a an

      For real?

  • ThiccBumblebee
    ThiccBumblebee Il y a an +2

    Some of this entitlement reminds me of my former neighbor's family. He was an old man who had served in the Canadian army in ww2, moved to the states and lived in the house across the street. Really sweet man and we always checked on him, mowed his grass and shoveled his driveway in the winter. His family hardly ever visited but would seem annoyed if we didnt jump at the first snowflake to shovel the drive if they visited or if the grass grew just a little and we didn't get to it. His family acted rude and condescending. When he died we went to the funeral and expressed our sadness to him in the casket. His family seemed to fake their tears when we spoke with them. It was so disheartening.

  • Samantha Quant
    Samantha Quant Il y a an +3

    Well this was a little triggering for me considering I was raised by a narcissistic father who pulled this kind of stuff all the time. They are the leeches of the world.

  • rachael Martin
    rachael Martin Il y a 3 mois +2

    Love these story’s it reminds me of that time my boyfriends ex asked me for money after I had met her once 😂😂 can’t believe people like this exist

  • Miss Moon and Life
    Miss Moon and Life Il y a an +3

    This is my first time at this channel, but I love her and her reactions! Her sense of humor is great!

  • Zip
    Zip Il y a an +730

    It's unbelievable how people can just think they are entitled to receiving free things from others...

    • EH
      EH Il y a 5 mois

      Also, don’t hear the word “no”
      When someone ignores your “no” - RUN AWAY

    • Cameron Don
      Cameron Don Il y a 7 mois +1

      @Daffodil I can attest to that one about welding a trailer. I don't know material cost but the job itself should be worth at least hazard pay because welding is dangerous and difficult. Harder still depending on the process (at least for me).
      A lot of effort goes into these jobs and the person doing it deserves to be paid for the effort it takes. The person buying should at least be willing to compensate for the time.

    • Daffodil
      Daffodil Il y a an +5

      A lot of them underestimate just how many hours, expensive materials and personal mental health is invested into creating art.
      As well as how many years an artist might've spent to hone their skills, spent money on education.
      It's not always fun nor easy, often it's extremely frustrating ESPECIALLY when people like these exist.
      If you think it's "just" splashing five colours on a white sheet, or "just" baking a "simple" cake, "just" translating a few pages then do it your fucking self.

    • vaderladyl
      vaderladyl Il y a an +5

      Yeah it is like when they hear the word "have" it really means for free to them. It doesn't occur to them to ask "how much".

  • J T
    J T Il y a 11 mois +3

    I love your personality, facial expressions, sense of humor and great looks! So funny!

  • Starling Swallow
    Starling Swallow Il y a 10 mois +8

    It's incredibly scary that there are people that are REALLY like this 😳😳😳

  • rainbii
    rainbii Il y a 11 mois +3

    gonna add one of my own stories in here.
    so, one of my coworkers was extremely reckless with his money, and it had gotten to the point where his supervisor would kindly pay for some of his meals. but at this point, even she grew tired of it. during one of our food runs, he'd asked me to spot him. in a couple of days we would get paid, and he claimed he'd pay me back then. i reluctantly agreed. a few days passed and pay day hit, didn't see my money. i don't like to come off as pestering, so i didn't say anything at first. when it hit the middle of the month, i finally asked him for my money and he claimed he had it at home and he would bring it during our next shift. i still waited on it.
    during this time, he asked to borrow money again for food. ofc i told him no, since i was still waiting for him to pay me back from before. during this time, i had found a $20 in my uniform that had been folded up in my pocket and had been sitting there for years. i moved to put it back into my wallet and he eyed it and asked me if he could borrow some more money. i told him no. he said he saw i had cash, and i just looked at him. i was mind blown. i legit wondered if he was joking or just trying to see how far he could push me. i was annoyed. it still took him another 2 weeks to finally pay me back, and this was with me constantly texting him before he left for work, so there was no excuse.
    he also borrowed money from another coworker, and then had the gall to say out loud while talking to other people, even knowing that i was nearby, how he went and bought a new xbone after spilling a drink on his old one. like bro. after i got my money back, i never spotted him cash ever again. it was my own stupidity though, i knew how bad he was at taking care of his finances. but i had been assured since we were so close to payday that there was no excuse. silly me.

  • The Lady Katt
    The Lady Katt Il y a 7 mois +1

    I’ve been binge watching her for way to long I lost my day. I just found her and I’m obsessed with her sense of humor she’s so funny but I really really have to admit that she’s so enchantingly beautiful I just stare the entire video like a god damn creep. I love her make up!

  • Transparent Sunflower
    Transparent Sunflower Il y a an +1199

    The laptop thing was ridiculous I would have told em to hit a library

    • Axel Bauron
      Axel Bauron Il y a 10 mois +6

      Come on, it's "only for a few semesters"!

    • Thommy2n
      Thommy2n Il y a 10 mois +6

      And they’re supposedly in some training for some sort of of visual design, which at the very least implies their putting in some cash for some of the industry standard Adobe software needed for those courses (or at the very least the more economically sensible alternatives that don’t grift you for $50+ a month).
      If they aren’t willing to put in the hard cash for even that, shows their commitment to their aspiring field.

    • Anon
      Anon Il y a 11 mois +19

      @Branddrans nothingbuthands IKRRR, I’d be happy enough that someone would even offer their old laptop for me to borrow and use.

    • Branddrans nothingbuthands
      Branddrans nothingbuthands Il y a an +84

      Ikr?? The person is already letting you use their laptop FOR FREE, you just gotta give it back after your done. Even the library doesn't let you do that. Gotta pay for that shiet.

  • SN 359
    SN 359 Il y a 10 mois +2

    Every time I watch one of these videos, I flashback to when I put a bed on fb marketplace. The thing cost 500 new and was still in near perfect condition. I'd intended to go down to 150 as lowest bc there were inbuilt drawers and a storage board included which I had to pay extra for, adding to the 500 total, so I was technically just charging for the frame (the drawers were flimsy, 2 out of 4 were a bit broken but still functional). Buyer offered $100 and bc it was urgent, I accepted. Once at my home to pick up, kept saying it doesn't look lik the pictures even though I had literally taken them a couple days beforehand and changed nothing. Ended up only getting $75 and then buyer kept bugging me after the sale for more pictures of the bed bc again "doesn't look like the pictures", then getting rude when I said I didn't have any. I'm going to avoid using marketplace as much as I can following that. I'm shit at haggling and the people you get on there often seem a bit shady. Not worth the hassle.

  • M Denizen
    M Denizen Il y a 10 mois +2

    one time there was an acquaintance who messaged me asking if I could write her book for her. i said no, but that I could help guide her through the process of getting it started and how to publish on her own. she became furious and said, "fine! your loss. i am giving you a chance to write an amazing story and you just gave up the option. bad choice. have a great life."

  • crazy4beatles
    crazy4beatles Il y a an +2

    I once bought tickets for a concert that my friend and I were going to. Since she wasn’t as big a fan, but I was- I bought a fan club membership to get access to a pre-sale. In a way guaranteeing we’d get the seats, good location and at face value. I ended up buying 4 tickets (the max allowed) and asked her for payment on her ticket as agreed. Cool, she said she’d pay me later. 4 months later the show is coming up. Still hasn’t paid me but whatever. The show is now sold out so I sell the other 2 tickets above face value. The day of the show I mention to my friend that I sold the other two tickets above face value. It’s been awhile but the membership was like $30, tickets $50 with fees and I sold the extras for like $90 each. So get this - she says that I should give her a share of the profits. Me: Uhm those were my tickets, here is the one you wanted and it’s $50 (face value). Yeah but you sold mine for $90 so I should get $40. Me: nope, I didn’t sell YOUR ticket. Your ticket, that you still haven’t paid me and which cost me extra because of the membership but I’m not charging you that obviously, is right here. I could not get her to change her mind and she never ended up paying me. On top of all that, she showed up about an hour before the show, although she’d agreed to camp out with me all day. Guess who was there in the sun starting at 7am? So she could waltz up to a free concert an hour before the show and still end up in 5th row - and still argue I owed HER money. Smh

  • Star Oromia
    Star Oromia Il y a an +2

    Youre freakin hilarious 😅😅😅😅 All those funny faces and voices you make are exactly what I do too lol. Hilarious. Thanks for the laughs ❤🖤💚

  • Valiant Pride
    Valiant Pride Il y a an +2240

    Take the girl out for Korean BBQ, then halfway through the meal excuse yourself to the bathroom and then just leave the restaurant. Muahahaha

    • Roo Mum
      Roo Mum Il y a 5 mois

      Bwahahahaha 🤣

    • Zesty Spaghetti
      Zesty Spaghetti Il y a an

      Brilliant! 😆

    • Sovereign
      Sovereign Il y a an +1

      Just ask for a split check lmao

    • Nicole Hegarty
      Nicole Hegarty Il y a an

      Yes 🙌🏻 I would have

    • gabriela ortega
      gabriela ortega Il y a an

      @Jonathan Xavier no it’s what a gentleman should do but people need to stop looking for love on tinder and online that where a lot of women like that are
      And do something else besides dinner or have dinner after doing something together if ur getting along then invite to dinner

  • Lisa D
    Lisa D Il y a an +1

    I have to say, your videos bring me so much relief. Starting about three years ago I began cleaning house of all my “friends” who were always, always, ALWAYS expecting me to do things for them just to feel special about myself 🙄Sometimes I question if I was too harsh. Seeing other people acting the same way towards others allows me to realize, no, I wasn’t 😏

  • Kelly Darby
    Kelly Darby Il y a 11 mois +9

    The funniest thing is she kind of threatened the girl was saying she was going to tell everybody how she really was but this girl has the text messages as proof so yeah lady go to HR and tell them how you think this girl really is and she'll just get herself off the hook with showing them what you wrote

  • Enthusiast
    Enthusiast Il y a an +2

    For the last lady in the store - I would have said YES, and when she goes back to get more stuff I would clear my dues and leave quietly - win win.

  • The WildCard
    The WildCard Il y a an +2

    Great video. Very hilarious. It’s amazing how dumb, selfish, entitled and unbelievable some people can be!

  • Kalisha Dee
    Kalisha Dee Il y a 6 mois +4

    I yelled, "the audacity", on Charlotte's perfect, when she read the last one.I knew where it was going and I SO hoped I was wrong. The utter audacity!

  • Surftouka
    Surftouka Il y a 3 mois +1

    Charlotte, you're so nice because I think calling them "entitled" is a sweet description compared to some of the words that crossed my mind!

  • Lynn
    Lynn Il y a 6 mois +8

    I’m not an artist of any kind, but I still would never ask someone to do something for free. It’s absurd!

  • Casey Baron
    Casey Baron Il y a 10 mois +3

    I've had a few friends message me for money and I was stupid enough to lend it to them. Never got paid back like they promised, and one had the nerve to request money from me on cash app after I told her I couldn't afford to give her any more. The other got mad at me for saying no to her because she didn't pay me back like she promised. I don't necessarily expect people to reciprocate when I do things for them, but that was annoying.

  • Regina Machamer
    Regina Machamer Il y a an +532

    There was once a time when I was actually dirt poor. Living off a piece of toast every 3 days. Couldn't afford utilities. Etc. And when I got even the smallest amount of help it felt like hitting the lottery, but at the same time I always felt so embarrassed and shtty for having to take from people.. my point is I would NEVER have acted like "how dare you not give me more". I can't even fathom how someone could have this much of a lack of pride.

    • Emeraldwitch30
      Emeraldwitch30 Il y a 3 mois +2

      Holy hugs! I too hope you're doing better.
      At one time in the 80s the only meal I had for a few weeks was the staff meal where I worked. Luckily my boss at the restaurant knew and she stuffed me like a pinata lol. Also there was often "mistake" orders that went home with employees lol. Her hubs wasn't super impressed but she treated us all like her children lol.

    • Q LauraQ
      Q LauraQ Il y a 3 mois +3

      As a former poor person, 100% this.

    • Michelle Vi
      Michelle Vi Il y a 4 mois +3

      THIS EXACTLY!!!!! I feel bad for asking for a ride, even when I give gas, etc, I STILL FEEL BADLY FOR EVEN ASKING! lol. I dont understand people!!!

    • Regina Machamer
      Regina Machamer Il y a 5 mois +9

      Oh yeah I should've added.. I am doing MUCH better nowadays lol I'm getting by at least. I have food in my house and a cell phone. I even have Netflix. Can't complain lmao thank y'all for caring 🤗

  • Sonja Teal
    Sonja Teal Il y a an +13

    11:15
    Moral of the story:
    Never, ever ever ever ever let people know you have come into any amount of money. They'll hit you up everytime.
    (Or maybe that's the moral of MY story-🤔)

  • Sherry Ellesson
    Sherry Ellesson Il y a 8 mois +2

    The customer at Walmart reminds me of a young woman who approached me as I left my 2nd job in retail late one night. She wanted "help" getting gas for her car. She had a small child in the car, so I had her follow me to a gas station and charged $20 on my debit card for her gas. Before I could leave, she came and knocked on the window and wanted to know if I'd buy her a drink and a snack. I had no twinge of conscience when I said a flat "no."

  • Thorn Walker
    Thorn Walker Il y a 11 mois +2

    A few years back I was friend with a girl that had issues with her family. She found a job in the city I lived in with my dad but no house so I told her she could live with us until she found something.
    She only stayed with us a week, but I had to pay for EVERYTHING. Keep in mind, she was 16 and I was 18, but SHE had a job and I didn’t yet. She would also leave the house an absolute mess, leaving me and my dad to clean behind her (when confronted, she said ‘’but you have to tell me to do these things! Plus I’m too tired to clean :(’’). We got out whenever she wanted, but I was always the one paying, and she either never payed me back, or made her boyfriend give his money to me.
    After a week she moved out with her boyfriend. A few days after that (I was already done with her) she starts BOMBARDING me with messages and calls on every fucking app in the world. When I pick up, she tells me she wants me to pay for a bus trip for her and her boyfriend to a big city because, wait for it… She needs to see a judge to talk about emancipation! When I said no, she told me I was the worst friend she ever had (I was your only friend left but okay hun).
    I never contacted her after that and man, I feel GREAT

  • Anne Wild
    Anne Wild Il y a an +3

    I have a "friend" I got from deviantart ages ago as an artist. I remember that back in the days I drew several pieces for him from the goodness of my heart. There were times I also complained about my other "friends" using me to get free art and I remember him saying what asses they are...
    It's been years already and we did not talk a word after I started to get sick of him always asking for free art, even when I told him that I have a job now and I don't have the time to create even for myself.
    He finds me still, every year, reminding me about his birthday and giving me a full list of requests he wants me to draw for him. For free of course.
    Also, wth that laptop guy... I'm still using a Dell laptop which is ages old for MY ART XDXD The gall this one has.... XD I am sure they are only able to draw on the biggest Wacom Cintiq also.

  • Jesy
    Jesy Il y a an +157

    In high school, I was a dancer and I met some pretty catty and entitled high school dancers from this. Before every show, we all had to order costume pieces from a specific dance store since it was the only one in our area. One of these entitled dancers was a friend of mine (I don't even know how either), but she ended up asking if I could purchase a pair of shorts for her and she would pay me back.
    Mind you, these shorts were not a part of her costume, so she just wanted them for no reason! Teenage me, being an absolute doormat, agreed to that arrangement. Time passed and she would always tell me she would pay me back later every time I confronted her. Yup, later never came. Lesson learned and back bone grown. 😒

    • Dominika Kratochvíl
      Dominika Kratochvíl Il y a 12 jours

      I had similar experience. I was 17 when my friends brother had a car accident. Nothing serious, but it take their family budget for that month to cover it. But she had tatto appoitment next week and ask me if I could lend her money. I said yes, because I was sad for her. Her mother even called me to say thanks and promised they pay me back in two weeks. A month latter, still nothing, and I started to ask my friend for the money. But she always found excuse. After another month I was pissed of.
      Her family was wealthy. But I had to take a part time job while at school to earn it. So I write her mom that I really need it back because off MY family emergency. It was lie, but I was really pissed off. She was spending double off what I she owed me every single week and rubbed in my face, how sad it was that my budget is to tight.
      But funny thing, her mom already give her the money for me. She just spend it and never said. Her mom came to give me the money personally and to apologize to me. I was ready to forgive my friend, but then she started to accuse me off being selfish and a bitch for telling her mom, and now she was in trouble because of me. Like if I couldn’t wait a few more weeks so she can save some change from her “weekly pocket money” her patents giving her. Like dude it was 200$. It was literally my whole sallary for a month I supposed to buy a food with (my parents paid my stay at school house, but didn’t have enought for the rest). And you known it. Thank god I had some savings, but even so I had to eat instant noodles for a month till my next sallary, while she was shopping clothes and go to dinners and pizzerias.
      No need to say we weren’t friends after that. But still she contact me somethimes, when she need something 🤣

    • Rissa Renee
      Rissa Renee Il y a an +11

      Ugh...I hate people who take advantage of kindness like that. I was the same way, so far as being unable to tell people no. Not people I wanted to be my friend.

  • Sam Jay
    Sam Jay Il y a 11 mois +5

    Im kinda in a decent position right now (which is relieving after most of my life being poor and having eviction constantly a threat), so im happy to spend money on my friends. I paid for my best friend's vet visit - her dog had an emergency and she's struggling with money. So i obviously offered to help since i can. My friend never tried to ask me, she's perpetually afraid to ask for help, which is why i offer to help a lot. I also tend to pay for gas if the trip is for me in some way, especially since i dont know how to drive yet.
    Since then, i've made a visit down to her house for a few days. Her mother asked her to go pickup dinner for her, and just her - not anyone else. So when she asked if their was gas in her car, her mother indignantly said no and rolled her eyes. She just expected me to pay for the gas in her car for a trip to pick up her food.
    My friend was seething at this. This why she's afraid to ask for anything. I obviously didnt pay for the gas, her mother gave my friend her card, so she used that for gas. Her mother didnt say anything but she was in a sour mood.
    We are currently planning how to get my friend out of her mother's house. Its a very complicated situation unfortunately. But damn, i just want my friend to not have to deal with the abuse anymore.

  • mlledj22
    mlledj22 Il y a 11 mois +3

    Good thing the person who declined to make the cake has screenshots of these text so SHE can take them to HR and report harassment and threatening from the entitled co-worker first. Take that Karen

  • fuhq
    fuhq Il y a an +1

    The more I watch you the more im convinced you're my long lost sister. I have orchids, love animals, make all the same faces and voices, have same opinions... This is my sister... She has to be.. I even have a daughter named Charlotte. I'm gonna start asking parents strange questions. Lol

  • udoug
    udoug Il y a an +4

    I have a “friend” who asked me to make him music, since he’s one of my few friends I did it for free. The first time I gave him the song he rejected after weeks of working on it and altering (since he’s very indecisive) it got to the point that the progresses sounded like three different songs. When the song finally finished, he only had one job which is to sing the song (since I’ve written the lyrics as well as record the melody guide) but it’s been years and that work is still not finished. And i still remember being disappointed because he posted a sneak peak of the song saying he’s working very hard to make the song when in reality, he don’t even do music. He didn’t even credit me.

  • Maurine
    Maurine Il y a an +815

    Reminds me of a friend who asked me to make her pizzas and we agreed on the cost. After I delivered she asks if I'm really a true friend because I'm charging her for my service. We are no longer friends🙄

    • Megan Roberts
      Megan Roberts Il y a 2 mois

      Yep, had a roommate expect me to cater her wedding for free because I work in a kitchen.
      We don't talk anymore

    • JJ ba
      JJ ba Il y a an

      I never do anything that involves money for my friends, i know them wont gube my ,oney back and lose the friendship... i just say oh no i cannt, and i still lose friends for that , guess which way im happier ? Yes by not losing money and a friend, and just letting toxic people go by the,selves

    • deadlee0b1
      deadlee0b1 Il y a an

      @N R This is so true. I always pay my friends and family full price. I have to spend the money anyway, and I would much rather give it to my pal than some schmuck I don't know.

    • Fernando D
      Fernando D Il y a an +1

      I hope you left with the pizzas

    • Silver Bat
      Silver Bat Il y a an

      Neighbors who invited me to parties just to get me to contribute the most expensive things and then they'd control the stuff I got and these parties were whack

  • Roxxelana
    Roxxelana Il y a 9 mois +2

    A 'Painter & Decorator" in the UK at the most basic level is a person who wallpapers and paints homes, typically nothing to do with "the arts". They vary in skill and quality of course, but it's not a title generally classed anywhere near an Interior Designer or an 'Artist'... it's a trade you can train for, like plastering, plumbing or electrical but arguably less difficult.

  • LadyDarkSky
    LadyDarkSky Il y a 9 mois +1

    omg i remember when i was working i threw a huge birthday party for one of my co workers. everything was set. food, drinks, chips, finger foods, i mean everything so i invited everyone he knew. the only ones who showed up were the two neighbors and his boss. the neighbors were expecting a baby so i wasn't expecting them to really show up and the husband did and said SURPRISE the baby is on the way! i went OMG HERE! and handed him two pieces of cake wrapped up for him and his wife to celebrate when the baby came and some of the other stuff. his boss came with wine for him. it wasn't the perfect birthday surprise for the worker i threw it for but it was nice :)

  • Jelena B
    Jelena B Il y a 9 jours

    I love Charlotte and her videos. Watching them during lockdown gave me something to laugh about ❤

  • Pixie Souter
    Pixie Souter Il y a 4 mois

    I'm legit so happy I started watching your videos.
    I'm an artist. For various reasons my "friends" had me convinced that as I wasn't a "professional artist" or, my favourite, a "real" artist "yet".
    I bought into this crap, a lot. And I constantly did drawings, wall murals, jewelry and sculptures for free or for ridiculously reduced rates and I was still constantly told I was trying to rip my "friends" off.
    Genuinely, thank you for teaching me what entitlement looks like.

  • Katana
    Katana Il y a 10 mois +3

    If I was the customer who offered to pay for the entitled woman’s groceries, I would have said….YES! Of course, no problem. I’ll be here. Today’s my day off. As she went shopping I would have left. When she came back and realized I was not there, she probably would have stormed off out of the store in anger. With everyone filming her and laughing hysterically. I used to be a cashier. And if my scenario happened, I’d be very glad to put all of those groceries back, knowing that entitled karma just happened💜💜

  • Kara O'Connor
    Kara O'Connor Il y a 3 mois +1

    “…and tell everyone how you really are.” The thing with these people is they end up badmouthing everyone, including the people who initially believed and supported them. They lose all their supporters because they betray their supporters and the supporters then realize, “If he/she lied about me, then they must have lied about others too.” The more they “tell how someone really is” the less people care because they think, “Oh, there’s So-and-so going off again!”

  • Kosmic 77 Universe
    Kosmic 77 Universe Il y a an +1

    I had a friend that told me that her friend on tinder did the same thing; she tinder dated men and that amounted to them buying her dinner for TWO WEEKS straight!!! I was quite shocked as she seemed more interested In the food provisions and savings the date not so much….. 😬😬😬

  • In_The_Kitchen_With_Katie

    Charlotte, I think you should be promoted to ‘Captain Obvious’. Thank you for sharing all of this with us. Pandemic sheltering is a lot more bearable with you and your takes on skewed realities we might have missed. 🌎❤️😊

  • Mighty Squirrel
    Mighty Squirrel Il y a an +701

    Omg no wait, THIS in fact was the worst entitled thing I've seen in my life... My nan bumped into her childhood sweetheart at a nursing home and found out he had had a tragic life, which made this next bit dispicable. He'd been admitted to hospital and ALMOST died. He hadn't, got well, went home and found his nephew who owned a well known curtain company here in W.A. had up and sold everything in his house worth money Inc HIS WAR MEDALS!!!! They kept the money, then stuck him in the nursing home she found him in! He was the sweetest most gentle man I ever knew. He had no children because his wife who developed a mental illness, killed their daughter (with an axe) while he was at war and got committed. When he came home and found out he continued to care for and visit her in the Sanatorium... My Nan married him and he became our much loved pop for a good couple of years before he finally passed away. My sis and I would get so excited to visit and he just doted on us. He was their loss and our incredible gain. We just wish she'd found him sooner. ❤️🤗

    • Mighty Squirrel
      Mighty Squirrel Il y a 6 mois +1

      @Queen B Oh, took me a moment to realise... Yeh that movie was incredible! You just wanted her to suffer more first. I thought she got off too easy and it was sad that the son who ended up killing her would have gone to jail! But yes, there are some truly vile people out there.

    • Mighty Squirrel
      Mighty Squirrel Il y a 6 mois

      @Lalyn Valiente I don't think they are in the business anymore, but I like to imagine they would have paid in one way or another. 😏

    • Queen B
      Queen B Il y a 6 mois

      To know that the movie 'I care a lot' could be based on real life true stories. The movie alone got my blood boiling , and now hearing a real story about it... God my heart hurts. God bless that man's soul.

    • Lalyn Valiente
      Lalyn Valiente Il y a 9 mois +2

      so whats the name of that curtain company? can we spread some.truths of the real morality of the entitled owner/nephew so people stop patronizing their stupid product? thief!

    • Glaysa Wong
      Glaysa Wong Il y a 10 mois +2

      Wow.. the nerve of some people. And they said it only happens in movies. 😶

  • Tyrn Tlm
    Tyrn Tlm Il y a 10 mois +3

    The art ones make me feel so embarrassed
    --sincerely a multimedia student and amateur artist

  • K BF
    K BF Il y a an +16

    “If you can’t afford a kid keep you’re legs closed” Uh, yes, you should have.

  • Susan Luster
    Susan Luster Il y a 9 mois

    Charlotte, You are really great! I love all of your very funny remarks concerning those entitled jerks. The Bridezilla observations are hysterical. Love from Toronto ( a.k.a. Raccoon City).

  • Selaina B
    Selaina B Il y a an +1

    As a poor college student I bought my grandmother a nice winter poncho coat. She was a big woman and didn’t like coats. She wanted something more fancy and feminine. So I bought her a thick black winter weather poncho that had a fur trim. It was $60-$70 which was a lot for me at the time. I later learned she returned it to the store and kept the money. Man. I’ll always be mad about that.

  • Kirty Wright
    Kirty Wright Il y a an

    You are legitimately awesome 👏🏻
    Why have I never come across your channel before?!
    So glad I did! You’re hilarious 😆
    Those faces you pull, with just a dash of sarcasm, makes you perfect 👌🏻 #LOVE‼️

  • jdwinks40
    jdwinks40 Il y a 8 mois +1

    I had a younger lady in front of me in line at Aldi and she was having trouble paying. Her card got declined. She had a toddler girl in her cart and I felt bad for her so I told the cashier to just add her order to mine and I'd pay since she said it was only like $10. Then it got complicated and it turns out she was getting food and a couple bottles of $5 wine. She had an EBT card to pay for the food and had already paid, then tried to pay with her debit card for the wine when it got declined. So then the cashier says she'd have to cancel the order and start over again to wring up the wine separately. Love it when you try to help and it gets complicated lol The young lady felt terrible, apologized profusely, and told me not to worry about it. I checked and had a $20 bill and so I just gave that to the clerk and told the young lady that we all need a good weekend every now and then 😉 Obviously it was the idea that she couldn't afford things for her child that made me want to help, but weirdly glad I got to buy her some cheap wine so she could relax and unwind a little bit. So much more on brand for me anyways lol

  • Flying WoodShop
    Flying WoodShop Il y a 6 mois

    Seriously, these videos give me a little bit of anxiety…but I keep watching!!! Thanks for to the great content, you’re hilarious!

  • Raquel Clark
    Raquel Clark Il y a 10 mois +6

    “Oh since you’re paying, do you mind if I go get more stuff!?” 🤣

  • Pet Cactus
    Pet Cactus Il y a an +1

    I've watched the first 3 videos in the series but refuse to watch the others. These people should be sterilized from the shoulders up. MOST of the people claiming to be disabled are lying. They fraudulently accept free things and sell them on CL, FB or at yard sales /flea markets. The generous people are far more gracious than their abusers deserve.

  • Steff P.
    Steff P. Il y a an +1

    Do more of those, please! Loved it and loved your reactions to those bs 🤭🤭💗

  • Sweet Carrot
    Sweet Carrot Il y a 6 mois

    You look amazing! Your eye makeup is so good that I actually paused the video to go out to buy an eyeliner just to recreate your look. Thanks for making me love my hair colour again!

  • Tiffany not- amused 90

    Your vids are such a breath of fresh air, I love your personality 🖤🖤

  • SpicyMayo
    SpicyMayo Il y a 4 mois

    For the ones that threaten to report to HR, just show the text messages and expose them, or better yet, tell HR in the first place. Good people are allowed to use HR to report toxic coworkers. Shocking!