Entitled People That Are On Another Level - Part 4 - REACTION

  • Ajoutée 22 juil. 2020
  • Entitled People That Are On Another Level - Part 4 - REACTION
    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.
    Check out some more of my reactions to entitled people here:
    Entitled People Part 5: bit.ly/33GttHQ
    Entitled People Part 4: bit.ly/3gWADeA
    Entitled People Part 3: bit.ly/30KiU4I
    Entitled People Part 2: bit.ly/3gPvXHy
    Entitled People Part 1: bit.ly/3ktsIaV
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Commentaires • 6 020

  • Courtney Manley
    Courtney Manley Il y a an +1140

    So for the “Andy” story “I’m his mother I get to decide what he is called..” not true .. your mother didn’t name you Karen.. but here we are 😂

    • lilibetmargaret
      lilibetmargaret Il y a 5 jours

      @Retta Jones Kids decide what too call other kids. Parents have no

    • lilibetmargaret
      lilibetmargaret Il y a 5 jours


    • Girleyreds
      Girleyreds Il y a 28 jours

      LOL I bet she bans Toy Story at her house

  • Robert Anderson
    Robert Anderson Il y a 6 mois +289

    I think the "bee lady" might have a better case against her public school as they failed to teach her that bees perform the _vital_ process of *pollination* without which her flowering plants will not reproduce and will die.

    • KimCM67
      KimCM67 Il y a 18 jours

      @Mr Pizzaman That was in reference to the "Andrew" vs. "Andy" story. Entitled people are essentially all the same!! Lol!!

    • Jenni
      Jenni Il y a mois

      @Mr Pizzaman having a husband ≠ author being a man. My brother-in-law has a husband.

    • Mr Pizzaman
      Mr Pizzaman Il y a mois

      @Jenni the letter states her husband thinks she is overreacting. so yes a woman

    • TOM V
      TOM V Il y a 3 mois

      @Jenni ok, i misunderstood your last sentences meaning then.

    • Jenni
      Jenni Il y a 3 mois +1

      @TOM V there was nothing aggressive about my comment. I even said I was genuinely asking if I had missed something just in case somebody took my comment as snarky. Also,neither comment I made here was directed at you anyway

  • Michele El
    Michele El Il y a 6 mois +134

    I gave a homeless person an extra toiletries travel kit that I had (travel sized shampoo, conditioner, tooth brush, toothpaste, deoderant) and they were so grateful. I imagine they get food semi regularly, but rarely essentials for self care.

    • orcyt
      orcyt Il y a 9 jours

      They prefer that than a McDonalds trio. But I give them money cause one time, I stop at red light of two busy streets. The beggars approach's me with his cup (I'm on a small scooter) and I say; sorry man, I forgot my wallet in the job truck and I'm not sure I'm gonna make it to my place cause I'm very short on gas (true story). He look at my gas level and say : Hey take a dollar and put some gas in. Obviously, I said no. I have a job, a scooter, an apartment and a softball game in 3 hour. I'm not gonna take money to a guy living outside. So, the light turn green, I left and start thinking: Shit; he just wants to help me but I refuse cause he's poor. I think I should have accept. Just for him to be proud for the rest of the day or the week. So I decide to give them money. They know their needs more than me. Even for drugs. Not my business to control a complete stranger that ask for money. "He ask for food and I bring him some burgers". Well, you can't live on Clown Shit for decades. If he wants some, he'll buy some. But I give him the chance to buy salads, tomatoes, ham, bread, drugs, heavy drink or gas. When you forgot your wallet...

    • charlottesmom:
      charlottesmom: Il y a 3 mois +4

      That is a great idea!

  • Soraya González
    Soraya González Il y a 7 mois +57

    about the armrest etiquette: i was flying back home from seeing my boyfriend for labor day weekend (he’s in the marine corps and it a long distance relationship), but i forgot to choose a seat till the day before my flight. they still had a few regular free available seats and i didn’t really care who i sat with since most people fly alone anyway. i chose one that was closer to the front of the plane so i can get off quicker once we landed. once i found my seat i realized i was sitting in between two much older people, i’m only 21. the lady in the window seat was maybe in her late 60’s, and the man in the isle was maybe late 50’s. the man was 100% a sweetheart. ugh, the lady was anything but sweet. i didn’t want to claim the armrests because i was just trying to be respectful to my elders and i thought i would leave it for them, so i really was left with not armrests for me and i was okay with that. i am not big, but i do have wider shoulders compared to most women so this means my arms stick out further. i wasn’t even touching the armrest when this lady tells me to not put my arm on it and that she needs to be able to access it whenever she needs to because it was hers and that my armrest was located to my right in between the older man and me. i looked at her, nodded my head once to let her know i heard her, and looked away. throughout the entire flight she would end up touching my arm, looking at me like it was my fault and wiping away where my skin met hers.
    going off armrest etiquette: she was just horrible. she would need to get up every hour to use the restroom, meaning the older man and i both had to leave our seats multiple time so she can go. it was a six hour plane ride. she would also pull the people’s seat in front of us back every time she would go. then had the nerve to tell the man behind her who accidentally kicked her seat once to not do it again or that there would be a problem. whenever the pilot made announcements, she would ask me what they said like she couldn’t just listen for herself. when we finally did land she tried shooing me out of my seat so she can get off the plane first telling me that she can’t be seated for too long because it messes up her back. i’m not one to ever speak up about things, but i had enough of this lady already. i told her that she was going to have to wait till everybody in front of us got off first because that’s how it works and that i can’t just shove people out of the way because she wanted to be the first one off. she proceeds to tell me that i don’t understand and that i’m being disrespectful to her. the older man just looks at me and tries to convince me to let her out so we can just get her out of our hair sooner. i did just that. she shoved maybe five people out of her way but couldn’t go further. she told one of the flight attendants that she needs to be the first off because she has a wheelchair waiting for her outside and that she can’t be standing for too long because it hurts her knees.the flight attendant told her exactly what i told her and the older lady tells her off. i don’t understand what made her think she was more important than everyone else, but some people really are just rude and have no respect for other people. i had to continue hearing her yapping all the way to baggage claim.

    • r lynn
      r lynn Il y a mois +5

      Makes me wonder if people have figured out some way to secretly get high off being a miserable A-hole... like they really seem unhappy but maybe that's just a mask and they're giggling away inside

    • Rigoberto Solorzano
      Rigoberto Solorzano Il y a 3 mois +5

      I think the person seating in the middle deserves both armrests, that lady was too entitled and was use to getting everything her way. I hate entitled people like that so much.

  • CaptainTexican
    CaptainTexican Il y a 4 mois +15

    One time when I was younger and dumber, I was drunk by myself and had given all my loose change to the homeless, as there were tons around the bar district. I didn't have change left to call for a ride (no cell phone at that time) and a Homeless gentlemen gave it to me. Just wanted to share something nice with you all to remember for every piece of crap out there, there are stories like mine. Wished I could have done more than just say thank you.

  • Mandy Bailey
    Mandy Bailey Il y a 10 mois +1466

    You know how sometimes Starbucks accidentally makes an extra coffee, or or makes the wrong thing, then they just give it someone? I got that free coffee one day. I took it because I had noticed a homeless guy outside when I was walking into the store. As I walked back out to my car, I looked around for him, then explained how I had gotten the free coffee and asked if he wanted it. It broke my heart when he said he usually doesn’t accept opened food or beverages because people put stuff in them just to mess with homeless people. He did take the coffee from me, saying that from our interaction he didn’t feel like I would try to hurt him, plus he saw me walk in Starbucks and right back out with it. Never has something this awful crossed my mind, but it really doesn’t surprise me. There are some sick fucks in the world.

    • DeChaos137
      DeChaos137 Il y a 12 jours +1

      Thx for educating :)
      Plus, pls realize that most o these people are treated like crap all day long, and sometimes just aren't in the mood to make you feel good for giving them your scraps.
      If we're giving to make ourselves feel good, how charitable is that?
      Just something to think about.
      Know a Therapist that assigns homework- do a good deed every day for a month, but tell NO ONE.
      Try it, can be very enlightening :]

    • Terri Simpson
      Terri Simpson Il y a 14 jours


    • Demonzanddollz
      Demonzanddollz Il y a 15 jours

      They made the wrong drink for me and told me I could just take it with the correct drink. I was delivering an order to a woman and when I got there, she had a customer. I made that customer's day. 🙂

    • Jess N.
      Jess N. Il y a 24 jours

      @noname You @me so of course I will give my opinion. If you do not want it, do not @me. You have every right to start a conversation on any topic, but it can only continue if both parties are interested. I am not. Have a good day and I hope you find someone else to speak with.

    • noname
      noname Il y a 24 jours

      @Jess N.
      I can't help but wonder why you're being so picky. The topic was not just drinks, but homeless people. And so I mentioned how the city will spray water on them at night when they're sleeping on the sidewalk. Are you in charge of the comments? And you decided the topic was only about drinks? It's really not.

  • Micki_Cam
    Micki_Cam Il y a 6 mois +152

    Better to be known as Andy than “the guy with the weird mom”

  • George Jorden
    George Jorden Il y a 6 mois +35

    I remember one time while working - an entitle brat come in. She told me she was having a very bad day. Her bad day - Her daddy bought her a brand new top of the line blue mustang.
    The bad thing - It wasn't the shade of blue she wanted. Imagine complaining to a college student working a job that paid above minimum wage just to have roof over his head and food in his stomach. Work 30 plus hours and carry a full college load. And she her bad day - A new blue mustang. Just not her shade of blue.

    • John L
      John L Il y a mois +5

      I saw a post where a 16 year old was pissed at her dad because he gave her a freaking Lamborghini Countach for her 16th b-day and she wanted an Aventador, she threw a heck of a tantrum. I think Dad should've just taken the car back and given her a bus pass. But then again, ANY Lamborghini is way too much car for an inexperienced new driver

  • Jamie miller
    Jamie miller Il y a 5 mois +26

    I was homeless for 3 months, it was 5 years ago, and the only time I found myself in such a horrible situation. What really surprised me was how ungrateful some people are when offered help from perfect strangers. I literally saw grown adults have tantrums if someone wouldn't give them cash, or not say thank you when they did. It blew my mind how often this happened.

    • delilah deballsak
      delilah deballsak Il y a 18 jours +1

      @Jamie miller Curious what city/cities you were homeless in, if you don’t mind sharing. Sorry you had to go through that. It is terrible how the homeless are treated.

    • Larissa Alcorn
      Larissa Alcorn Il y a mois

      Some(not all) have been offered assistance from organizations, government, etc and refused because they don't want to have to abide by certain rules or maintain certain standards. Unfortunately, some just plain want to live on the streets. It really is sad.

  • Lauren Emmett
    Lauren Emmett Il y a 2 mois +5

    Oh that babysitting one brought back some memories. I was nannying 2 boys, one with autism, the other with "mommy's perfect angel" syndrome (and he was a instigator towards the autistic one.)
    She was divorced and the order stated ex husband pay half of her child care needs. I worked 40 hours a week and was paid 200.00 equaling 5.00 hourly. I also brought my daughter with and didn't mind a small subtraction of weekly earnings because of that. About 9 months in I noticed financially I would need to quit or ask for a raise. 300.00 weekly was my plan. Which split was only asking for 50.00 more per week. I constructed a letter for both parents hoping for the best.
    Kids went on 2 week winter break making my hours about 60 per those weeks still no raise or even holiday bonus.
    My bonus ended up being fired the day Christmas break ended. I politely wished them good luck and said how undervalued I felt in comparison to state minimum wage and my experience and qualifications for nannying.
    My next job offered me 550 weekly plus vacation and holidays off.

  • Gazz
    Gazz Il y a 10 mois +90

    As for the bee issue: The first thing you need to do is to record the license plates of each bee so you can be certain no wild bees are stealing your pollen. Wild bees are almost impossible to win a case against.

    • Monica P.
      Monica P. Il y a 21 jour

      I’m sure they can also take some legal notes from Bee Movie 🤷🏽‍♀️

    • Impala 67
      Impala 67 Il y a 2 mois +2

      Thank you!
      How much should I demand for a ticket if they stay on one flower too long?

  • ken smit
    ken smit Il y a 3 mois +14

    I remember spending most of my childhood hearing my mother continually telling anyone and everyone
    "Oh. he doesn't like being called Ken"
    I was never asked tor my opinion on the subject.

  • Gamer Therapy
    Gamer Therapy Il y a 3 mois +10

    I agree with you that everyone should work in service at least once. Instant humility

  • Rigoberto Solorzano
    Rigoberto Solorzano Il y a 3 mois +16

    I have to agree with the middle seat needing both armrests. It's only fair that the person in the middle gets both armrests. I think if you get the window or the aisle and you want to take away the armrest you are the one who's being unfair and entitled.

  • Kamilla Hillgaard
    Kamilla Hillgaard Il y a 6 mois +36

    I love your videos. And I like how you make it a point that work should be paid for.
    Made me sad to hear you dismiss a job. Sure the streamer Made a wild request to have people pay hourly.
    But still. A painter just paints. A baker just bakes. No. A job is a job. The streamer is an entertainer. It might be the way he gets bread on the table.
    A streamer entertains. He gotta multitask. Talk to make people happy, play well(so hours of practice maybe) and follow comments while doing the rest. And it can be difficult to keep up with the comments on top of the rest.
    So no. He is not just playing. He is working.
    Love you. And love your content. Keep respecting people and their hard work

    • Wall.Daisies
      Wall.Daisies Il y a 27 jours +1

      I’m sure she recognizes the work it takes, being a FRclipr.
      Her only point was don’t demand money from your fans when streaming on a public platform.

    • Connie Bailey
      Connie Bailey Il y a mois +2

      If people want to pay him for that, it's their money.

    • bbcallie
      bbcallie Il y a mois +5

      Everyone could say the same for her "you want to get payed??? All you do is react to other people's content" but I'm sure she thinks youtubers should be payed by FRclip and would be upset if her videos got demonetized. Also if people are willing to pay the man to play the game what's the issue.....if people don't pay then he'll just quit the game not hunt everyone down and ask why they didn't pay lmao

    • Brutal Sue
      Brutal Sue Il y a 2 mois +7

      Agree! So much effort goes into streaming and a lot of behind the scenes stuff including social media! It’s no different than any job,it takes time and effort.

    • Michael Doucet
      Michael Doucet Il y a 3 mois +7

      Well said

  • Mecha Draco
    Mecha Draco Il y a an +926

    Biggest mistake that artist made, show the art before getting paid.... Never show the art without massive watermarks at the least before you get paid. Hell honestly, don't even start working till you get at least half of the payment upfront. If she worked 5 days out of the week, it be 2.50$ an hour, if it was 7 days a week, it be 1.79$.

    • Holli Waters
      Holli Waters Il y a 3 mois

      I never thought about this before but it makes sense. I've seen stuff on etsy that's watermarked or covered mostly.

    • Nherty
      Nherty Il y a 5 mois +2

      That one really hurt me cos why would you do this to someone. Make them work and not pay.

    • evie dsouza
      evie dsouza Il y a 6 mois

      True.. ask for an advance payment or don't do it at all!..

    • The Sunshine Breakthrough
      The Sunshine Breakthrough Il y a an +1

      @Reem Adel soooo true!!! People have NO respect for your time and talent. It’s insane.

    • The Sunshine Breakthrough
      The Sunshine Breakthrough Il y a an +3

      Yes! I always show mock ups small enough so they can’t take the art and print it somewhere else and always watermark. People r shady af lol.

  • Digital File
    Digital File Il y a 13 heures

    In answer to your opening question: why do "us people" love this channel so much, it's because we are as gob-smacked by how audacious people are in this world, and you have the perfect personality / presentation skills / facial reactions and side commentary to make it off the charts funny!
    Love your work x

  • Addi Pose
    Addi Pose Il y a 3 mois +15

    I will say it all depends on the homeless person. Growing up in a small town, I feel like there’s a lot less of an issue of drugs, and also it’s the ones who do drugs who tend to ruin it for everyone, and give them such a bad rep. Back when I worked a restaurant in that small town, we had the absolute sweetest, homeless older lady who would come by every once in a while. Everyone knew her, and a lot of people did what they could to take care of her. She only had $4.00 one time, and asked of I could get her whatever that would pay for. I had another gentleman at another table tell me he’d pay for anything she needs. We didn’t take any of the money. I went with my manager through the menu and we made her a few meals of the more non-paritiable items we had. So I had her sitting at a table while she was waiting (she was sitting at one of our outdoor tables). She’d gotten a can of coke at the shop next door at the cheap convenience shop and she asked me to grab her a glass. I assumed she wanted it for her coke, so I ran in and grabbed it. She popped opened the coke can and poured half of it in and then handed it to me, and asked if I’d like to sit with her. I was absolutely floored. This woman, who had NOTHING except the clothes on her back was sharing what little she had with me. She didn’t even have shoes on her feet. I took my break once that happened, and we chatted for a while. She was so sweet and kind, and she still saw so much goodness in life. She had so many health issues, and yet she still saw the positive. I’m crying again right now while I write this. Wherever you are now, Uma, I hope you’re okay. Sorry, this still moves me to this day, and I hope it lifts your spirits today if you read this. Are there scammy people out there? Yes. But there’s also so much good and love.

    • Addi Pose
      Addi Pose Il y a 21 jour

      @Monica P. I nearly was.

    • Monica P.
      Monica P. Il y a 21 jour +1

      I’d have been crying into my coke 🤧

  • Emma Marlene
    Emma Marlene Il y a 3 mois +6

    10:08 as bad as it it, it's actually important for homeless people with addictions to get the stuff they're addicted to, because often times they wouldn't survive the withdrawal out in the streets (especially in winter) if there's no support system for homeless people in the city

    • 🖤Ali Ioana🖤
      🖤Ali Ioana🖤 Il y a mois +2

      This is why we need supervised injection centers. They’re evidence based, they’re safe, they do not encourage drug use in people who don’t have drug use problems prior to walking in, and there have been exactly ZERO deaths in these centers ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD. Not to mention, people who use at these centers are 30% more likely to enter treatment than those who remain on the streets. Harm reduction is the way.

  • Lunar Television Head
    Lunar Television Head Il y a 6 mois +8

    8:57 once when i was 11, i was at michaels and i saw a homeless man. i quickly went into my purse and only found a dollar. i could tell he was homeless fr bc of the way his face lit up when i gave him a literal 1 dollar bill. thats the type of people who are grateful no matter what the amount is. i cant believe how ungrateful ppl are

  • Paperwing
    Paperwing Il y a 11 mois +1479

    When I was in college, I worked at a convenience store. A man came in, I rang up his purchases for $13 and change. He hands me a $10 bill and just looks at me. I take it and tell him he still owes the $3 and change. He gives me a really weird look, then walks out to a *very* expensive convertible and brings back the money, slamming it on the counter. I thank him and wished him a good day and he stomps out. The person I was working with in a VERY astonished voice, asks me if I knew who that was. At the time, he was Denver Bronco’s star NFL player. He tells me that I should have just paid it for him. I told him, “nah. If he can afford that car and makes a few million a year, he can afford to pay for his sodas and snacks.” Haha. I’m sure the guy was trying to figure out why I wasn’t star struck being in his presence! Gag🤮

    • Fragile Like A Bomb
      Fragile Like A Bomb Il y a 3 mois

      I’m so glad you stood your ground! 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

    • John Killmeyer
      John Killmeyer Il y a 3 mois +1

      I literally saw something like this happen a few years ago. The wife and I were on our way home from my in laws, stopped for gas and Le’Veon Bell came stomping in because his credit card was declined at the pump. When the cashier refused to just turn the pump on he actually said “do you have any idea who I am??” Dude literally just expected the cashier to turn on the pump and let him fill his tank for free.

    • Shauna Lennon
      Shauna Lennon Il y a 3 mois

      @Debbie Edwards I didn't say I would either.

    • Debbie Edwards
      Debbie Edwards Il y a 3 mois

      @Shauna Lennon I wouldn't let any celebrity slide.

    • Candied Olives
      Candied Olives Il y a 5 mois +1

      @Isabel La save your money and never pay for a celebrity, royalty or not. They have more than enough money and get free stuff all the time...designer clothes, use of million dollar jewelry pieces, meals at restaurants, cars, etc. How many free things do you get on a daily basis?

  • Felonius Skunk
    Felonius Skunk Il y a 5 mois +4

    *While I haven't been single for almost 30 years, when I was, I had a simple rule: Whoever asks, pays. The asked half pays for the tip. This worked **_really_** well.*

  • Shelby Whitaker
    Shelby Whitaker Il y a 5 mois +3

    I saw a homeless guy in my home town, I went home, made a whole meal just for this guy… chicken, corn on the cob and mashed potatoes. I took two plates to him. It was hot food. He tossed it aside and said literally nothing to me. Just took it, passive aggressively just tossed it to the side and looked away from me. I was like, wow…

  • UsAndEveryoneWeKnow
    UsAndEveryoneWeKnow Il y a 6 mois +8

    We have a drug and alcohol rehab centre nearby, lots of people asking for money, if you give them less than £1 (because that's all you have in change) they throw it on the ground. One woman did that, so my other half picked it up again, and she chased us asking for it back. Guess she wanted it once she couldn't have it.

  • George Jorden
    George Jorden Il y a 6 mois +18

    For about a year in the 80's I worked at a mom and pop fast food restaurant while going to college, I ran into my entitled people. The great thing about the restaurant - The owners paid 2 dollars above minimum wage and let the employees eat free when working.

  • Clayton Gibson
    Clayton Gibson Il y a 8 mois +145

    "The customer is always right" is the biggest lie we've all ever been told.

    • Debby Lou
      Debby Lou Il y a 10 jours

      The customer is always right IN MATTERS OF TASTE. Basically don't laugh and point when they come from the changing room

    • A Gamer
      A Gamer Il y a 16 jours +2

      This is funny to me bc at the movie theater I worked they did say the customer is always right. But they also said: Thing is we don’t have customers but visitors. And visitors must behave accordingly to our rules. A hooker has customers.
      This always cracked me up

    • Connie Bailey
      Connie Bailey Il y a mois +1

      @meinenklinke kind of like the "happy as a clam" saying. It doesn't make much sense until you add the rest. "Happy as a clam at high tide."

    • Jayden Adamski
      Jayden Adamski Il y a 2 mois +1

      @meinenklinke was literally about to comment something along these lines

    • meinenklinke
      meinenklinke Il y a 5 mois +15

      The full quote is “The customer is always right in matters of taste” which makes so much more sense. Like, Karen, you can buy the ugliest couch on the planet and I won’t say a word, but you can’t be an asshole while you’re doing it.

  • Rex Daniels
    Rex Daniels Il y a 6 mois +4

    Charlotte, funny story. I learned about the bee Karen story in an economics class and there is grounds for the owner of the flowers to receive compensation for the bees use of their flowers. Truly, though, it is a bit petty.

  • Cassandra Quist
    Cassandra Quist Il y a 7 mois +4

    Having worked in a movie theater for almost 4 years, I can positively say that I've never worked a job with worse 'guests'. I was literally yelled at during every single shift by people who wanted to get free stuff or if the business, even though nothing was actually wrong. Don't get me wrong, we also had lovely regulars who were great, but they were massively outnumbered by the butt holes.

    • Cassandra Quist
      Cassandra Quist Il y a 6 mois

      @Chelsie D. That's definitely a fair point. 😊

    • Chelsie D.
      Chelsie D. Il y a 6 mois +1

      My guess is that the good were not outweighed by the bad, its just that the bad, unfortunately, are a hell of a lot louder than the good! At least I hope so!

  • Falcon Ishtama
    Falcon Ishtama Il y a 6 mois +9

    So, i have a entitled person story to share. In 2009, when the mid-south states had a severe ice storm that left a lot of people out of power for some up to months. I took my mom, both sisters, my now ex-wife and daughter to an all you can eat buffet called Ryan's. My mom and sister had been eating food prepared on a wood burning stove so i wanted them to get a good meal. This Ryan's had been opened through the whole ordeal, even at one point giving out discounted meals, (what the employees would pay for lunch). Half way through the meal, this woman was complaining because something was slightly cold. Mind you, we were still in week two of the ice storm aftermath, they we're so short handed, the cooks we're helping to wait tables just to make sure people could come in and get some good warm food.

    • Falcon Ishtama
      Falcon Ishtama Il y a 6 mois

      I felt bad for the manager having to deal with that. I thought the food was remarkable for how slammed they were.

    • evie dsouza
      evie dsouza Il y a 6 mois

      Ugh.. this is what Charlotte was talking about when she said u donate n the person just acts ungrateful. It makes u feel like shit.

    • Chelsie D.
      Chelsie D. Il y a 6 mois

      Uuugh... Humans. But then again, I/we should focus on the good humans who stepped up. At least there is that.

  • Yan Richards
    Yan Richards Il y a 3 mois +2

    I'm not watching cause I particularly like watching entitled people, but more because I think you are funny AF, pretty damn easy on the eye (if I may say that) and I love how you reacted to some of those cute wholesome stories like the people who text the wrong people. You seem to have a good heart and I love what you're trying to do for your dad! Keep doing you bud! :)

  • Lynette Roggenbuck
    Lynette Roggenbuck Il y a 10 mois +608

    Best advice i ever heard about giving out money was "Giving money to help someone is a reflection of my character. What they choose to with it is a reflection of their character." Don't help people because you want to feel nice. Do it because it's a nice thing to do.

    • Red Sampler
      Red Sampler Il y a 2 mois

      @Chiara Koch i can respect that...
      from all these discussions, i respect that..
      people should make their own choice of deciding what is best at that moment.
      i can only speak from what ive seen in my country and that there is help plenty but it won,t just be accepted or whatever reason(lost forever to drugs) in the end i can only deal with what ive seen, and that is how i move..
      so yes i stick to the basics, but i won,t go further.

    • Chiara Koch
      Chiara Koch Il y a 2 mois +3

      @Red Sampler i just read all you said.. and i dont think its as easy as enabling. there is help availible in most devloped countries but some people cannot access it. most people on the streets are mentally ill or will sadly forever be lost to drugs. if i give someone money i willingly accept that theyll get drugs or alcohol. id rather they get what they need legally to stay out of trouble and still be able to have a dignified life.

    • Fragile Like A Bomb
      Fragile Like A Bomb Il y a 3 mois

      I feel the same way!

    • Brogz Sheehan
      Brogz Sheehan Il y a 3 mois

      Unless you giving someone money because it looks like they need it, just for them to go up the road to buy beer or play on the slot machines.. that shit grinds my gears. I don't ever give money anymore, I'll buy them a drink and some food and leave it at that.

    • Laurie Ann
      Laurie Ann Il y a 3 mois +2

      @red sampler, you sound like a joy. 🙄

  • fetu
    fetu Il y a 6 mois +10

    i feel like streamers get looked down on a lot. i do agree that the guy mentioned here was being entitled but streaming is just as much a valid job as any youtuber out there imo

    • The_LanMan
      The_LanMan Il y a mois

      @Connor I will watch it again and see if I can work out what she meant.

    • Connor
      Connor Il y a mois

      @The_LanMan that’s definitely not how she came across with what she was saying though.

    • The_LanMan
      The_LanMan Il y a 3 mois

      @fetu I think the problem she had with it was the request for an hourly wage. That's not how streaming works. Make money, sure. But a constant hourly wage? no

    • fetu
      fetu Il y a 5 mois +2

      @MalevolentSnow exactly! a majority of people who watch streamers don't just go to watch a game being played but they watch for the specific entertainment that that streamer brings to the table! it's not easy at all to be a streamer! you have to be entertaining at all times, and you're always live so there's no editing out mistakes.

    • MalevolentSnow
      MalevolentSnow Il y a 5 mois +3

      My thoughts too and a little hypocritical coming from Charlotte imo. She’s a reaction channel, literally reading other people’s content and reacting to it. Streamers play games, other people’s content and commentate on it. Both are valid forms of entertainment.
      Reaction channels used to get bashed on a lot and called lazy because they use portions of other people’s content. Charlotte has an awesome reaction channel because she actually ADDS to the content she reacts to. It’s the same way when streamers play games. They aren’t just silently playing a video game, they’re reacting and commentating on what’s happening. Reactors react and commentate on mixed media. Streamers react and commentate on games. It’s unfair to say they’re just paid to play video games.

  • Mark Murphy
    Mark Murphy Il y a 5 mois +1

    While living in NYC, my fiancee and I got acquainted with a homeless couple who begged in the neighborhood. We would give them money, and sometimes pay for a night in a cheap hotel if the weather was bad. We noticed that these people were getting more and more squirrelly the longer they were on the street. Finally, they tried to rip us off and we had to detach from them.
    The point is, being homeless is a corrosive effect on

  • Jay Pritchett
    Jay Pritchett Il y a jour

    13:50 I actually paid for mine and my hubby’s first date, and when he saw that I offered, he was in shock! 🤣 He said no other woman had offered to do that before.
    That was the best first date, because now we’ve been married for 5 years 😁❤️
    *I LOVE MY HUBBY!!!* 🥰😘❤️❤️❤️

  • "the KEY" Evangelical Youth Ministry, dedicated to speaking to Youth of the World!

    love your channel b/c you are sooo funny, smart, bright, say so much with those remarkably cute and funny single looks, sounds, bursts of laughter manages to say everything we are all thinking about our entitled entertainment aspholes ... you go girl (i just gotta get my laughsin with ya gurl .... everyday ... lol)

  • Spencer Bowden
    Spencer Bowden Il y a 10 mois +292

    I have a friend named Andrew. When we met he introduced himself as Drew. Years later I was with him at one of his family gatherings and everyone kept talking about someone named Andy and after a while I asked his sister who the hell was Andy? she giggled and pointed at Drew across the room. I felt like the biggest idiot but it never occurred to me that his name was Andrew.

    • Molly F Chappell
      Molly F Chappell Il y a 3 mois

      You would have had fun with my grandpa named Richard

    • No_e Vogel
      No_e Vogel Il y a 3 mois


    • Vanity Plates
      Vanity Plates Il y a 4 mois +3

      @Heidi Kickhouse tell your sister my mom empathizes with her. My mom's name is Patricia but goes by Trish. So ppl call her Pat. ☹ She hates that version of her name and we just told you to call her Trish. Ppl seriously don't give a hoot, but I'm sure they'd be pissed if we called them something they didn't want to be called.

    • Heidi Kickhouse
      Heidi Kickhouse Il y a 5 mois +6

      @Margaret akins Almost every single time I introduce my sister Victoria, the person says ”Nice to meet you Vicky". It aggravates her, and baffles me. Are they deaf? I just TOLD you her name 5 seconds ago!

    • Spencer Bowden
      Spencer Bowden Il y a 5 mois +1

      @Margaret akins I feel the same way and react the same people are always trying to shorten my name or add letters to it

  • Jazmine Piette
    Jazmine Piette Il y a 5 mois +2

    I really enjoy watching u react, I'm also canadian and feel like I understand ur logic XD hahaha its great coming home from a stressful day and having u make me laugh at entitled people, Karens and Bridzillas ahahaha
    You are amazing! Keep on keeping on 😜 🙌💖💯

  • Terri Mitchell
    Terri Mitchell Il y a 5 mois +1

    We come because you are so funny, and it makes me feel like I’m not the only person who’s mouth is hanging open with this level of entitlement

  • Julie McCarthy
    Julie McCarthy Il y a 4 mois +1

    OMG! I absolutely love you Charlotte! Thank you for your priceless reactions! You make me laugh!

  • cncdan 13
    cncdan 13 Il y a 6 mois +9

    Or if your raised by a normal person you know to respect people.

  • Vickieh1981
    Vickieh1981 Il y a 10 mois +412

    My 10 year old daughter heard the Statue of Liberty one and said “if that area of land floated away then you’ve got bigger problems than losing a National monument”. It’s sad when a 10 year old has more sense than an adult.

    • Ali Oh
      Ali Oh Il y a 2 mois

      The monuments/parks ones were clearly jokes

    • dione !!
      dione !! Il y a 2 mois +1


    • JenamDrag0n
      JenamDrag0n Il y a 4 mois +11

      @Elle p The Statue of Liberty is on an island, and islands don't float away because they're stuck to the sea floor. Islands aren't icebergs, so they can't move, and if they are, it means something is really really wrong

    • Elle p
      Elle p Il y a 5 mois

      Not from the U.S, pls explain? ("the bigger problem" not the debate about her indigo child)

    • Matt Greer Music
      Matt Greer Music Il y a 6 mois +20

      Did everybody clap?

  • Annette Booth
    Annette Booth Il y a 3 mois +1

    I have to admit, I was also miffed at the teacher opting to call Andrew by a nickname. My son is Andrew and whenever anyone tried to call him Andy or Drew, I corrected them. My name is Annette and people have tried to call me Ann, Annie, and Anita.

  • Rebekah Montesdeoca
    Rebekah Montesdeoca Il y a 4 mois +1

    Once while I was giving food to a homeless man, another homeless man who I hadn't seen came up behind me complaining that I didn't have one for him. I'd only bought one thing though so I hurried away. He honestly scared me.

  • Kate XY
    Kate XY Il y a 4 mois +1

    To be honest, I appreciated the middle seat etiquette 🤷🏻‍♀️
    I'm a student, and a skinny person in general, which puts me in such a position that I end up in middle seats. Like- you got no money to buy a seat that you want, and for some reason I'm always assigned middle seats upon arriving to airport (I mostly had to to check-in on airports). I've also been told countless times by the staff "oh you're skinny, we'll put you in the middle". Sometimes it's okay, uncomfortable but well. This once I was placed between a 300+pounds guy and a guy who doesn't talk to women (for religious reasons I guess?)- and I was on my period on a long flight. Got absolutely no sleep and could only ask the fat guy (excuse my language, but how else do I call him) to move and it was super uncomfortable for him too. Not to mention he is physically incapable of occasionally not leaning into me; while the religious guy literally slept turning his back to me and putting a pillow on the arm rest. Cue me sitting in period cramps, cramped space and such discomfort. My ankles got swollen and I slept for days after this experience.

  • doc mast
    doc mast Il y a 7 mois +1

    Loving the hair and style. I love laughing!! You bring the humor like no other.

  • Thorogrim1
    Thorogrim1 Il y a an +2061

    When my daughter was little she used to ask me why I cleaned up the table when we were done eating out. I told her that it was the server's job to take our order, bring the meal, and keep the drinks filled....it was NOT their job to clean up the mess we made. She would look at me quizzically and I would tell her that when she got older I would make sure she had a job in the service industry. 3 months into working at Chili's she started to compete with me on who could clean up the table faster and more efficiently after we ate out. It should be a requirement in HS that all kids have to work in the service industry for a semester. Maybe if people learned what it meant to work for tips and got treated horribly, they would learn how to treat other people better.

    • 🖤Ali Ioana🖤
      🖤Ali Ioana🖤 Il y a mois

      @S Doan imagine thinking $15/hr in California is even remotely decent.

    • Kate
      Kate Il y a mois

      i do the same, same in hotels, i traveled with someone who left the room a total mess. she asked why i was tidying up...because staff are coming in here, help them buy not having it be a disaster....and when we check out i make sure our garbage is in the garbage, our towels are stacked so they easily be picked up, if we've used soap it's now in the garbage. you aren't royalty, these are humans cleaning up after you

    • Brian Clark
      Brian Clark Il y a 4 mois

      That's great if you want to get your own kid to do it but you can't conscript other peoples kids to work where they don't want to work. I've encouraged my niece's to give money to charity so does that mean I can force everybody's relatives to give to charity. In case you were in any doubt the answer is no.

    • xoxorosequartz
      xoxorosequartz Il y a 4 mois

      or maybe they should just increase the pay

    • Helen ofTroy
      Helen ofTroy Il y a 6 mois

      @janeasinner I’m pretty sure most servers and bus boys would not have a problem if patrons cleaned up after themselves, I’m not talking about completely wiping down the table, I’m talking about putting the dishes in neat piles after scooping the food off them onto a separate dish, putting any trash or dirty dishes at the end of the table during the meal so it makes it easier for the server to clear the table during and after service. Unless they have an OCD problem or you stack cutlery/trash in-between the stacks of plates then I can see a problem but most restaurants have a similar system so if you have been a server you pretty much know how to make it easier for other servers/busboys.

  • Blonde_Dumb
    Blonde_Dumb Il y a 6 mois +2

    5:17 my boyfriend is named Andrew, and his whole family calls him Andrew (I do too because I hear it so much) but when I met him he introduced himself as Andy and so I introduced him to my family as Andy.
    It was really interesting when we had a family camping trip one time and his parents explained that they almost never called him Andy, and my whole family admitted that we ALWAYS call him Andy 😂 so much so, that when we first started dating, I’d say something like “Andrew went with me to blah blah” and they’d be like “who tf is Andrew?”
    Obviously I don’t really mind either version. I call him Andy because it’s a cute girlfriend thing, and I call him Andrew when I’m trying to be serious, get his attention, or I’m mad 😂 Andrew is a very manly name to me (maybe biased cuz that’s just how I see my bf) and “Andy” just sounds so friendly, plus you can’t help think of Toy story when you hear it.

  • Matt Mays
    Matt Mays Il y a mois

    Love your videos you seem like an awesome human. I've been binge watching a lot of your stuff. Great for days when you just need to relax. Sidenote: Don't ever give something because it makes YOU feel good. Always give because you hope it makes someone ELSE feel good.

  • Lady Ladybug
    Lady Ladybug Il y a 11 jours +1

    I love sitting over here in Australia where we actually pay our waiter’s and most people hardly know what tipping is!

  • Alma Suarez
    Alma Suarez Il y a mois

    We just love your reactions, you are genuinely me. Awkward yet loveable!:)

  • Shauna Lennon
    Shauna Lennon Il y a 10 mois +129

    The bee keeper one was featured on Legal Eagle. He said that the bee keeper could counter argue that his bees were enhancing the plaintant's flowers by pollenating them.

    • Yvette Oluoch
      Yvette Oluoch Il y a 6 mois +4

      And I'd counter: While the bees do indeed pollinate the flowers, those flowers still require human element to keep them alive. Watering, pulling out weeds, diseases that affect flowers and the subsequent cures the human element must administer, as well as planting them there in the first place. This is a case where, unfortunately, it sounds petty, is petty, but has a logical standing if you're willing to think about it. And also, seriously, couldn't the neighbour share a jar or two? Do you know how much honey bees can make with such a valuable plot of flowers just within a minute's reach? Neigbour is profiting from her bees.

    • CC3193
      CC3193 Il y a 6 mois +8


  • Maryann Anderson
    Maryann Anderson Il y a 5 mois +2

    Now see that dude said they went and had "a cup" of tea and I totally missed it. Here I was thinking they had at least had a cup each but apparently not. They had "a cup" between the two of them and for that they thought they should occupy a large table for an extended period of time. I sort of wondered what sort of tip he had planned to leave when he purchased one cup of tea. Stupid me. If he skipped out without even paying for the tea he had no plan to leave a tip of any kind. I'm sure that place does not regret the loss of you as a customer because they usually want PAYING customer.
    Yeah, islands don't float away and they don't tip over if all the people on the island move to one side either. Someone should tell that to the dude in Georgia!

  • David Lawson
    David Lawson Il y a 6 mois +1

    I like watching your channel cause you make funny comments and you’re absolutely adorable as well, you have an amazing personality and I think you’re perfect for this type of channel. :)

  • Lofi Bish
    Lofi Bish Il y a 6 mois +4

    I used to pack a few bags of non perishable food at a time and leave them in my car to give out, and I would tell them as I gave it to them “this is nonperishable food” so they knew what I was handing them. I stopped the day a homeless man begging for “food and change” with his big sign, looked at me when I said my shpeal, didn’t say a word, then tossed the food in a trash can nearby all while angrily glaring at me the entire time, then went back to begging. Moving to a big city didn’t help, now they approach fearlessly on the way to our cars and heading into businesses where ignoring them is harder to do, but they’re all really rather aggressive about their approach and often remark rudely when you deny them money.
    I also love seeing so many of them walk back to their vehicles that don’t look lived in. 👍🏻

    • Fragile Like A Bomb
      Fragile Like A Bomb Il y a 3 mois

      Give because you want to, not because you think people “deserve” it. Or not. Easy peasy.

    • Jen Liz 💞
      Jen Liz 💞 Il y a 4 mois

      We'll see those people who walk back to their cars are the worst because there only objective is to get money. I'm from Boston and there are some very aggressive people. A.month ago a woman trapped.herself in my mother's car door and said she wasn't leaving.until she got $20. Until I got out and had to physically remove her!! But I am in recovery 5 years and go out to the tent city and the people there are very.very grateful for the food and toiletries. I guess it depends on the situation. That's sad that that person threw out the food.. but ai bet you that people would be incredibly grateful.. especially now during covid. Clearly you have a.huge heart.. there will.always be a few people that ruin things for the.greater good. ❤️

  • Allison Anderson
    Allison Anderson Il y a mois

    I watch you because your reactions are funny ASF!!! Plus I love listening to entitled/petty/etc lol 😂 it's delicious

  • JLynne
    JLynne Il y a an +498

    The “baby sit for 100$ a week” actual pay is only $2.50 an hour. Still illegal and insane. I love these videos.

    • Sarah Girard
      Sarah Girard Il y a 4 mois +1

      And that is assuming that it’s really 9-5. If the mom works that and has an hour break it’s more like 11 hours a day… with mom getting to and from work… that’s the reality

    • Shantorey Wilkins
      Shantorey Wilkins Il y a 6 mois +1


    • JLynne
      JLynne Il y a an +1

      Beth Norrod Jesus Christ are you serious?! How is that Fucking legal?! I pay my dog sitters more than most people get paid smh how horrible

    • JLynne
      JLynne Il y a an

      Sharayah J. We are doing 40 hours a normal work week

    • Babe Penguin
      Babe Penguin Il y a an +1

      Sharayah J. Most are figuring 40 hrs/5 days a week. Not 7 days.

  • Tracey Spence
    Tracey Spence Il y a mois +1

    We come to your videos to see you hun. The content is entertaining but it's so much more entertaining to see you react to them. You're what makes me laugh! 😊😊😊

  • Farm Fresh Ideas
    Farm Fresh Ideas Il y a 13 jours +1

    My husband and I were sitting outside of Walmart preparing to go in when a woman came up to the window and asked us if we had any money. We told her we don’t carry cash we use a debit card but there might be some money in the ashtray. My husband drug out a bunch of change probably about four dollars worth and handed it to the lady, she looked at it then she handed it back to my husband and walked off waving her hands in the air. We just looked at each other and was amazement. I guess if she wanted more money she needs to leave the Walmart parking lot LOL

  • Tanya Leonguerrero
    Tanya Leonguerrero Il y a 4 jours

    Ms.i just love ❤ 😍 your channel. Finally something I can giggle with you. Keep up the good work. And more power to you girl. Your eyes are so inviting and full of fun.

  • Ellen Vlogs
    Ellen Vlogs Il y a 6 mois

    Hahahaha, I come and listen to your reaction cause I need my blood boiling. hahahahaha...Thanks, Charlotte. I keep coming back especially when I need more fire to them beyond the boiling point.

  • Milton77
    Milton77 Il y a an +492

    I’m from Europe and I really had to get used to tipping such large tips (compared to what I was used to). That’s because in Europe waiters get actual wages (and social security insurance).

    • Victoria Lewis
      Victoria Lewis Il y a 8 mois

      @Itay Harel Dude no. We here in Germany still tip haha. Get your facts straight pls

    • Victoria Lewis
      Victoria Lewis Il y a 8 mois

      @Da Vinci yeah here in korea or Asia in general. If you tip that's a HUGE disrespect to the owners, because they pay good wages

    • erika pino
      erika pino Il y a 10 mois +3

      @Itay Harel EXACTLY. I don't get why customers are supported to tip and pay for someone's wages. The restaurant should make sure to pay at least a minumun wage. I'm already supporting the business by eating there do you also need me to pay the employees?

    • Hi there
      Hi there Il y a 10 mois

      @Itay Harel Germans dont get offended by that lol. They are Always Polite and thank you alot Here.

    • EchoSappho
      EchoSappho Il y a 11 mois

      @look at that If Japan is anything like Taiwan you'll have the tip within the bill (10% fee). There's sometimes also fees like "use of bowl and chopsticks" or "washing bowls fee". But it's never expensive to eat out (cheapest is around 40 Taiwan dollars, equal to 1 euro) so I just laughed about it

  • Red Schatten
    Red Schatten Il y a 6 mois +2

    8:40 $100 dollars to go to the cinema?! Omg, that’s a lot. My husband and I go to the movies every week because where we live tickets are like $2 dollars and food is $10 includes a large box of pop corn, nachos and two jumbo sodas.

  • johnny vizina
    johnny vizina Il y a mois

    New nickname for ya! Gavelette Charlotte. I love you taking on the judge roll for all these idiots lol. You go girl. Keep it sassy and classy! Johnny Vee Vizina

  • Marsha NOT Marcia
    Marsha NOT Marcia Il y a 3 mois +1

    “Officer, I want those bees arrested for stealing! I INSIST you get out your teeny tiny handcuffs and take them away!!” 🤣🤣😂😂🤣🤣

  • Darien Neff
    Darien Neff Il y a 6 mois +2

    as a homeless person, this is why i smile and say thank you to every donation even if its pocket change. whenever im looking sad or tired im less likely to get donations, but also i dont like making people feel sad when they see me.

  • Jorid Hutter
    Jorid Hutter Il y a 5 mois

    I once had this experience where a young beggar asked me for money for food. I didn't have any but still had an apple with me from lunch at work. So I offered it. He literally said Oh no thanks I already ate so many apples today and left. I couldn't help it but laugh xD

  • Ruby Sloan
    Ruby Sloan Il y a 6 mois +2

    I would have bust into laughter as soon as it said declined

  • Reina Sauceda
    Reina Sauceda Il y a 7 mois +5

    As a server, I 💯 % agree with this. There are times when I go out alone and don’t order much, but ONLY when the business has several other tables to make money on (like, at least 40) and I always leave a more than 100% tip for the server.
    This business is so damn hard. You should all have to work in a restaurant for at least a year for the privilege to eat in one.

  • Shaina Faye
    Shaina Faye Il y a 6 mois

    😂 The name Andy is a good one. The Mother is entirely over reacting. Try dealing with the nick name foo foo. My husband started that and all of a sudden family and friends started shouting it in public.
    I gave a man with a dog twenty bucks. He had a homeless sign. I found out he borrowed the dog from someone and drinks everyday. I gave him ten and another ten for dog food. The guy said god bless you???.....

  • Chris Pedersen
    Chris Pedersen Il y a 4 mois

    We enjoy watching you react. Also I feel like Canadians were created for our entertainment, and the reverse is probably true.

  • MeanEyed Cat
    MeanEyed Cat Il y a 4 mois

    We watch your videos, Miss Dobre, because it helps us realise that we are really quite normal. And those people you mention are really quite off the wall - and worth laughing at.

  • Rain Mamadukes
    Rain Mamadukes Il y a mois +1

    I love the artist whose "client" said "But you already made it, so I should get it free". I hand crochet blankets - very intricate character blankets that take approx. 60 hours to make + material. Always asked if I could make it for like $40 bucks (including material). Asked her "Would YOU work 60 hours for $40?? I explain that I donate them ONLY - to children hospitalilzed due to abuse. Her response was "Well, since you donate them anyway - this would be better, right?" Some people.........

  • Dragonflyforest
    Dragonflyforest Il y a 6 mois

    Your animal growl at 11:49 has me DEAD!!! 😂😂😂😂😂 I can't stop replaying it

  • Lisa.
    Lisa. Il y a an +325

    Parent tip....if you don’t want your child’s name to be shortened to a name you don’t like, don’t give them a name that can be shortened! Hope Andy gets to 18 and introduces himself to everyone in front of the mom as Andy 🤣🤣

    • Dayla Steelman
      Dayla Steelman Il y a 8 mois

      Don't like the name Alex husband doesn't like Alexander, we both love Xander. So we named him Xander. Problem solved.

    • Snicklefritz
      Snicklefritz Il y a 10 mois

      @Saving felv kitties Exactly! I have been Marjorie my whole life, to my family and friends and all through school. Start working with the public and people call me Margie even though it says Marjorie on the name badge. They get mad when I nicely tell them my name is Marjorie. I still don't get it. They can say 3 syllable names such as Melissa, Jennifer, etc and Isabella and Elizabeth do not get their names shortened. Why they automatically shorten mine and refuse to say it is a mystery to me. But yet somehow I am the bitch for wanting to be called by my name.

    • Helloweener
      Helloweener Il y a 10 mois

      Or he may even introduce himself as Andrea.

    • Kaylee Farnes
      Kaylee Farnes Il y a 10 mois +1

      Sometimes I feel weird at my in-laws because I'm the only person who doesn't call my husband by his full name, Christopher, but at least his parents aren't sensitive about it. 😄 My husband introduced himself as Chris, that's what I'm going to call him.

    • Vickieh1981
      Vickieh1981 Il y a 10 mois +2

      Well to be fair I hate the name Andy and still called my son Andrew. I knew I was taking a risk though and I would have just accepted it if my son preferred the name Andy. As it turned out he hated it being shortened and always told everyone it was Andrew, so I never had that issue. I think that his insistence was probably in part due to his autism and thinking things are very black and white i.e. his name is Andrew and therefore he should only be called that. The mother in this case is crazy.

  • Jo-Ann Bastings
    Jo-Ann Bastings Il y a 4 mois

    You really want to know why, my dear Charlotte, we are so many to watch your sub about entitled mor.. I mean people?! Because of the way you deliver all those stories and your comments are so funny. At the same time, they tell so much of what kind of a person you are my sweet. Also, you are so friggin right about waiters and waitresses, I should know since I was one for 42 years. Right now, I am binging on your entitled people videos and I have a great time! Big kisses and hugs from Montreal😉👏👍❤️

  • Heather Weidle
    Heather Weidle Il y a 6 mois +1

    Just came across your videos on FRclip. You are very funny. Your reactions on this video are super funny. Keep up the good work!!!

  • R A
    R A Il y a 25 jours

    I worked at a grocery store when I was a teen and we had a beggar who always needed money to purchase liquor. His alcoholism unfortunately took the better of him. A foreign college student took from her groceries made him a sandwich, gave fruit and drink. Apologized she couldn’t do more and bowed. He threw it away, whispered bitch, I wanted money. I was so infuriated.

  • A T
    A T Il y a 3 mois

    I literally just said "oh my god" out loud while watching this. Lol. Wowwww how do these people get this way?!

  • Katrina Repine
    Katrina Repine Il y a an +393

    At a fast food restaurant after eating I gathered my garbage to throw away and put my tray on the tray return. As I was walking a lady nearby grabbed my arm and goes, “here” and tried to give me her tray and garbage. I told her I don’t work here. She gave me a dirty look and goes, “why are you picking up garbage then?” I told her it’s a fast food restaurant, you pick up your own garbage. She looked thoroughly confused when I said that lol.

    • Kaede Shirakawa
      Kaede Shirakawa Il y a 10 mois

      @kuwandak By the way, no one is able to say what is right or wrong. Every dumb creature can decide for themselves what is right and wrong and there is no need for being a "philosopher" to decide that. An opinion and your ethical understanding is forming due to your life experience and I think that is degrading and a shame for every human being when there are people who feel like there are too privilege to pick up their own trash. This shouldn't be a thing, in no way a norm when you have any humanity inside you.
      But to make clear that you really understand what I am talking about: this is MY OPINION and MY ethical values.

    • Kaede Shirakawa
      Kaede Shirakawa Il y a 10 mois

      @kuwandak you telling me that that I have poor reading comprehension but completely ignored the fact that I talked the whole time about MY point and that I THINK that its wrong. Quote: "I still stand by my point that I think[...]". You can't even do what you are trying to teach me

    • Kaede Shirakawa
      Kaede Shirakawa Il y a 10 mois +1

      @kuwandak then why care if people consider you special or not?

    • Kaede Shirakawa
      Kaede Shirakawa Il y a 10 mois +1

      @kuwandak I take that, I won't see those people again anyway, why should I care what they think about me?

  • Miss Magpii
    Miss Magpii Il y a mois +1

    I had a homeless man ask for money, say he had kids that were starving etc. When I pulled out my wallet he snatched it and bolted. It took 90$ to replace everything and my wallet literally had probably 4$ in change.

  • Elizabeth Castillo
    Elizabeth Castillo Il y a 6 mois +9

    Sucks that the customer has to pay the waiter to survive and its their fault if they don't and not the company who gives them their wage they can't survive on why does this not click. Every restraunt customer in the USA don't expect to eat comfortably ever without worrying about your waiter until we all do something about the companies salary choices.

    • Julia
      Julia Il y a 6 mois

      If the restaurant pays the waitstaff more they charge the customer more. I consider the tip to be part of the cost of eating out. I also like to decide how much to compensate my server. I waited tables for several years and made great money because I gave great service. The restaurant won and so did the customer and so did I.

  • Ruby Slippers
    Ruby Slippers Il y a mois

    I like watching you look at things, you're quite good at it. Thanks for sharing watching🖤

  • Prague Expat
    Prague Expat Il y a 6 mois +2

    914 dislikes from entitled wanna-be "influencers"..

  • Angela_ SoManyThings
    Angela_ SoManyThings Il y a an +353

    Dudes, my friends died in a car wreck last Aug after they were hit on a mountain freeway by a driver who swerved and survived. The News then interviewed people who were waiting to pass the scene for an hour, they had no idea what caused the crash and kept saying to mic how they just want to get home on a hot day and that people shouldn't drive if they're going to get in a wreck. I was so pissed they were SO insensitive but it's on the news for everyone to see their true colors, so... Still, so sad and I think of my friends often, almost a year later.

    • Roz Brown
      Roz Brown Il y a 6 mois

      Hugs and love to you from Scotland... I'm sorry you lost your friend 💕💕

    • Bria Leah
      Bria Leah Il y a an

      Omgosh. Im so sorry

    • spirals 73
      spirals 73 Il y a an

      @Jade Templin I'm always glad to see people change even if I'm sad about the circumstances. I hope they are doing well.

    • Jade Templin
      Jade Templin Il y a an +2

      Yes, it i s sad how insensitive some people can be until something happens to them. I remember reading something years ago where a guy used to whinge about doctors appointments always being late until either he or his wife was diagnosed with cancer. He said the doctor answered all their questions and addressed all their concerns and They were there for over 45 minutes. He now never complains about doctors going over their consults now.

    • Nanu Baby
      Nanu Baby Il y a an +4

      Sadly this narcissistic attitude pretty much affects the entirety of ppl in front of the camera, just look at celebs & all the stupid entitled stuff they say.

  • Megumi Life in Japan
    Megumi Life in Japan Il y a 3 mois

    Yeah, I could read those posts myself but I couldn’t do it while doing something else.
    I listen to you while working etc and I like the sound of your voice and how you express yourself. ^ - ^

  • Master Katherine
    Master Katherine Il y a 6 mois

    I watch your entitled videos because your reactions are legit priceless!

  • Esther
    Esther Il y a 3 mois +1

    Expecting something in return for doing something that you think is good, is a perfect example of entitlement. when you do something good and don't expect anything in return, that's what doing "something good" is about

    • Ronda Perez
      Ronda Perez Il y a 2 mois +1

      I was thinking the exact same thing.

  • Sarah Armeni
    Sarah Armeni Il y a 3 mois

    Lmao the bee one really got me!! The beekeeper is the one that should be suing the neighbor because she isn't paying the bees for pollinating her flowers! 😂 It honestly blows my mind that people are really like this, I definitely got some second hand embarrassment from how these people acted.

  • Nicole
    Nicole Il y a an +2134

    I keep $10 Subway cards in my wallet for homeless people. There are Subways everywhere and this way, they can choose their own sandwich.

    • Demonzanddollz
      Demonzanddollz Il y a 15 jours

      I would get approached from the same homeless couple every time I went to a certain place. The one time I was able to give them something (food), they told me to screw off.

    • Jacob Ishii
      Jacob Ishii Il y a 22 jours

      Or sell them for Bitcoin/trade them for dope at 50 on the buck

    • Jamie Nadeau
      Jamie Nadeau Il y a mois

      Excellent idea and thank you for sharing!!

    • Jess Dala
      Jess Dala Il y a mois +1

      That is a great idea, perhaps I'll do that instead, so I don't get yelled at. I'm still salty about a homeless guy yelling at me outside of subway cause he wanted money not food 😡

    • SoniaInnit
      SoniaInnit Il y a 2 mois +1

      And they get access to vegetables and other healthier options, not fried stuff.

  • Christina Marrow
    Christina Marrow Il y a mois

    Hey gorgeous! Love you!! this is whatI learned about the homeless when we used to deliver food to them. Alcohol keeps them warm when its cold, drugs (Although very bad) helps them escape and or keep their demons at bay. Even the ones we KNEW was not using the money for food, we'd just say, "Hey, look at me. Be careful. Wait until you get somewhere safe before you take any trips, okay." They usually look ashamed but they appreciate the concern. Also my mom always says, "The moment you give anything away, you lose the right to dictate what is done with it. Don't give unless you are ready to lose all control over what it done with it."

  • Andreas Jensen
    Andreas Jensen Il y a 3 mois +2

    If you expect a reward (incl. gratitude) for helping or gifting then you’re just exchanging “goods”.

  • TheJoel28face
    TheJoel28face Il y a mois

    I just discovered this channel today and watched it for an hour and a half. Keep up the good work

  • sandra hall
    sandra hall Il y a 3 mois

    You are by far my favorite youtuber 😍 always make me smile and make my day better, especially when it's been a rough day. I think you are an awesome person, please don't ever change.

  • WhiteWolf86
    WhiteWolf86 Il y a mois +1

    I feel that persons pain. I mean..I live on an island and it’s so tough just floating around all the time! 🙄😂😂

  • Nikki
    Nikki Il y a 6 mois

    I was a hostess and you have no clue how hard it is when you have a group of 12 and 13 come in at the same time on a Sunday when everyone comes in all at once. It is so stressful.

  • Samg461a
    Samg461a Il y a 6 mois

    The Andrew/Andy story is literally my life. My parents named my little brother Joseph and would scold anyone who called him Joe. 🙄

  • Sammy The Umbreon
    Sammy The Umbreon Il y a 4 mois +1

    I always hear about 'tip your waiters' which makes me feel bad that i don't, before remembering that tipping is not something we do where i live .

  • PhoenixofPrometheus
    PhoenixofPrometheus Il y a an +429

    That beekeeper case is insane, especially considering that the beekeeper’s bees are actually helping the neighbor’s flowers grow more effectively.

    • Emilia K
      Emilia K Il y a 10 mois +3

      @Inspired by that’s exactly what I thought too. People in the comments say how she should be grateful that her flowers are growing better thanks to bees, but there’s another side to that. Plus, as someone mentioned earlier, bee stings could be very dangerous, especially if someone has kids

    • nauone
      nauone Il y a 11 mois +1

      @Isle you mean wasps?
      And yes, bee sting allergies are a real thing

    • Mathilde Wesendonck
      Mathilde Wesendonck Il y a 11 mois +3

      I will be interesting how she wants to proof if this is a bee 🐝 from the neighbor or just a random wild bee

    • fracturedsporks
      fracturedsporks Il y a 11 mois +2

      People rent peoples bees 😂 she’s getting it for free

    • Amaris The Crow
      Amaris The Crow Il y a 11 mois +1

      I used to have no reaction to bees. None. I was able to assist with simple tasks and never even feel being stung. I also don’t get mosquito bites. But one day I was helping to move a new queen and her hive and got stung by a bee who got caught in my shirt and i had a reaction. I was told it was a bacterial infection from the stinger or bacteria that was on my skin and pushed in by the stinger. The antibiotics didn’t work for days. But the next time it happened again but worse, and it turns out that it was an allergic reaction.It makes the stung limb swell and I get nauseated.The reaction lasts ten days without immediate medication.

  • Janny Gonzalez
    Janny Gonzalez Il y a 3 mois

    Fun fact: every time I eat and have leftovers, if I a homeless person, I try to give it to them. 4 out of 5 times they have rejected what I give them because they are "vegan" or it's not something they like... I'm like: OK, I still wanted to take it home :)

  • Dakota Smart
    Dakota Smart Il y a 3 mois

    I saw a homeless guy on the side of the street with a sign that said “Won’t lie. Need money for beer.” I gave him $10 for his honesty lol