Spoiled behavior coming from a rotten kid feels definitely ranks as one of the most horrible things you can witness in public. When you see a child giving their parents a ridiculously hard time and they give in to their kid, you realize right then where the rich kids of Instagram were birthed from. It makes you wonder how many spoiled brat stories the enabling parents of the world have in their arsenals, and how they let their kids get that way. But at some point, the kids in these spoiled stories take over as the true villains, showing their true colors for all to see.
The folks of Reddit joined together to share their best spoiled brat stories and there are some whoppers in here. It goes way beyond a kid crying because they want some candy; they may have to do the chores themselves, or they're so over the island their parents took them to on vacation. You'll be glad you learned the power of a hard day's work and really, really wish these kids knew the value of a dollar. Or, in the case of one of them, at least the cost of a d*mn ice cream cone.
My sister refuses to look for a job and as a result moves back home. She uses my parents vehicle to drive around with her boyfriend and go to parties and sh*t. One day there's a family emergency and the car is not in the driveway for her to use. She throws a tantrum, trashes the house, and runs away with her boyfriend. By the way, my sister is 22-years-old."
It Must Have Been A Good Movie
"When I delivered pizza in a wealthy area I had the following incident. I got the house (big, fancy, etc) I ring the doorbell and no one answers. I knock in case it's broken, still no answer. I call the house, no answer.
As I'm about to call my boss and tell him what's going on, my phone rings and its some lady who reveals herself to be the mother of the kid who ordered the pizza and she said he'd be right to the door in a moment. So I'm waiting for another five minutes, and flying down the street and into the driveway comes a Mercedes G class. A woman frantically gets out pays me (doesn't tip) and apologizes that she couldn't get her son to 'come up from the basement because he's watching a movie' so this idiot woman let her c*nt son do that and she drove all the way from work back to her house to answer her own door and bring this brat his pizza and breadsticks."
No Civic Here
"I knew one wealthy girl whose parents offered to buy her a car when she turned 16. They told her they would buy her a new Honda Civic, manual transmission, so that she had a safe reliable car to get to school and all her extra curriculars, and so she would learn to drive stick. In return she would have to drive her younger siblings around and help run some errands that required a car. They took her to the dealership, and she threw a tantrum in the car dealership, demanding a BMW like her mom drove. Crying, screaming, until her parents (who seemed reasonable up until this point) gave in and bought her one. Also she never drove her siblings around or helped with anything."
I Won't Grow Up
"My now-deceased uncle was married to a woman who adopted a baby boy. She changed his diapers, until he was six-or-seven-years-old. No, he was not developmentally disabled, she just did everything for him."