They’re annoying, rude, and most of the time, they just don’t care. While most of us would rather not waste our time and energy when it will only lead to nowhere, others make posts about them and rightfully shame these jerks online.
To Dare or Not to Dare
Being able to barter is a crucial life skill that many of us could use in life, but this person has clearly mastered it. Imagine being this bold that you try to barter an item just for a dare or two. Honestly, why would anyone want to do that?
We'd hazard a guess that this might not have worked but it's definitely a creative attempt at getting something for free.
The workforce has seen a lot of change this last while, many people are quitting their jobs looking for better treatment, but this is something else. Expecting your circle of friends to give you a Gucci bag because you're starting a new job and feel entitled to is just insane.
We get being down on your luck and in need of some essential items, but insisting on designer shoes and handbags is simply outrageous.
It's a little too easy to make fun of YouTube influencers who go to strange and sometimes crazy lengths to cultivate an effortlessly cool version of their life for their channel, and this certainly doesn't help.
This is now the latest edition of the “Entitled Influencers Hall of Fame” and apparently enraged the entire country of Spain in the process. The YouTuber in question insisted his empanadas should be free for being featured in his live stream, but his demands were not met and he threw a massive tantrum which resulted in his channel being blocked.
This sounds a little bit less like co-parenting confusion, and more like an unpaid dog-sitting job. Nobody should have to indulge people who are treating them like a doormat who would care for their dog for free.
This person is trying to use someone else, but in a subtle way, so that they might not notice and think they're getting that chance to look after someone else's dog.
Am I Missing Something?
So let's get this straight, it costs $350 just for the privilege of one date with Julie, which will then likely cost at least another $100. Are we missing something? It's definitely a hard pass if there ever was one and never mind the fact that she sounds like a complete nightmare.
We can't imagine anyone taking her up on this, but if someone did, they must have enough money to throw around and occasionally enjoy a date from hell.
Fulfill Our Mission
Looking for land owners and free laborers while advertising that they're helping humanity seems just like the kind of thing entitled people do. Can you imagine the legal mess it would be like dealing with this kind of person?
If someone ever asks you to volunteer your time and work for free for their so-called mission, then all you need to remember is that "No" is a complete sentence.
The thing about rent is that no matter where you are in the world, it always seems to be going up and London is no exception. As one of the most expensive cities to live in, it's almost preposterous to expect someone to offer you a spare room with breakfast and dinner included for only 50 pounds a week.
As if that wasn't enough, they also better have a car for him to use and this guy is expecting people reach out to him the day before he leaves!
Make Me an Offer
Ok, so this guy thinks it's totally normal to ask other people to pay him for the tree he doesn't want and what's more he expects them to remove it as well! We could be wrong but we think this guy is completely out of his mind and absolutely needs to see a specialist.
It's hard to truly understand the daring confidence that entitled people are capable of when posting something online.
Fishing for Offers
This person clearly doesn't even comprehend reality and has the audacity to insist private property owners allow him to fish on their lake. It's almost as if he doesn't know the entire world doesn't revolve around him and his fishing.
The only person worse than this is the guy who thinks he can use your kitchen to prepare his food or sunbathe in your backyard because, why not? According to him, it is there for him to use and he has every right to not let it go to waste.
What To Do
One of the most annoying things that happen when a couple decides to have a child is realizing that after all those years they spent taking care of them and raising them, is that they'll grow up to be spoiled brats. Honestly, if we were given an Apple Macbook Pro, we'd be happier than a kid in a candy shop.
If it was up to us, we would take all her Apple devices away and have her spend some time without them.
Every busy person in the world deserves free stuff delivered simply for being busy, right? According to this mom, she's entitled to everything she needs. But someone should let her in on a little secret... we are all busy. In fact, few people in the world have the luxury of time off.
If being busy entitled us to free stuff delivered to our doorsteps, then our home would be full of tchotchkes and trinkets.
Please Message Me Thanks
If a person is expecting a perfectly healthy horse at no cost, odds are, there might be something more sinister at play than just an unhealthy dose of entitlement. This person might be suffering from delusion and could do with a much-needed reality check.
It seems this person doesn't know domesticated animals like horses cost a pretty penny and for good reason! Horses are, after all, the most dignified creatures on our planet and it costs a lot of money to feed, shelter, and take care of them.
It’s really hard to like a person who has the audacity to ask for a sperm donor and expect him to pay child support while remaining completely anonymous!
If anything, she should be paying him money as the donor.
When You're in Dire Need
While we're talking about what's fair and what's not, this entitled guy expects someone to just give him a refrigerator for free! Or at least very cheap, even though they are expensive appliances.
Demanding a good working fridge for free on a Facebook post isn't as cute as he thinks it is. It's annoying and might cost him a few Facebook friends in the process.
Surfing the Net
Shopping online has been the go-to portal for those trying to furnish their apartments on the cheap and it can be a hugely helpful resource, but it's also full of lousy schemers, who don't mind trying their luck wherever they can.
If you find yourself haggling with the seller after you've come to an agreement, then you're not a good negotiator, you're just an entitled imbecile.
Well, well, well. In the topsy-turvy world of entitled people, we finally found someone so delusional she thinks she doesn't have to pay her wedding singer at all, while at the same time demanding that because it's her wedding, she deserves it for free.
At least the wedding singer had a good comeback of her own and reminded Bridezilla that she can't pay her rent or bills with exposure.
Vendors can experience a special kind of hell when dealing with potential buyers online. While it can sometimes be rewarding, other times it's simply a nightmare like when this guy threatened to give one-star because he wouldn't be getting a discount.
This guy may think he's being clever, but seriously, why does anyone ever think this threat will work?
Entitled people say the darndest things, especially when desperately looking for a babysitter. According to this woman, getting paid $2.50 per hour is reasonable, but only because you get two free meals. That's just nuts!
Never mind the fact that it's way below minimum wage, but anyone who would take that pay is not someone you want watching your child.
Give Me Free, Please?
In the new age of the Facebook marketplace and other sharing-economy companies, we have higher expectations when it comes to transacting with strangers online. Nowadays we can conveniently exchange goods and services from the comfort of our own homes, and hopefully, make a buck or two.
But in all honesty, the online marketplace can sometimes turn into a theater of debasement and terrible negotiations. Like this exchange, where the potential buyer expected the seller to send money for an Uber.
* Okay Buddy
Of all the modern messes found on the internet, few are as bewildering as the shambly shed full of greedy influencers. What makes these influencers so incredulous is not just their scale and reach. It’s also their unbelievable sense of entitlement.
The worst part of all of this is that this guy has over 1000 people following him on his channel, and they're probably completely unaware that he can be this rude and whiny.
If you’re searching for someone to sublease your apartment, online platforms are a great place to start. Unfortunately, it means you have to deal with a few bad apples, who expect to pay less because they assume you're making a profit. With this kind of mental gymnastics, this guy could enter the Olympics.
Be wary of those who try to convince you that you should rent your apartment out for less than it's worth, they would do better competing in a sport where they can display their extreme mental agility.
* Because It's My Birthday
Negotiating prices can seem like a daring strategy, but it rarely hurts to try, right? If you want to be taken seriously, then you better negotiate a reasonable price on reasonable terms. Getting a 50% discount because it's your birthday would not count as reasonable.
At this point, there’s no turning back. The seller wasn't convinced it was their birthday and he certainly wasn't going them a massive discount of 50%.
Just For You
In some cases, negotiating can backfire and some people will be offended if you try to bargain down the current price. In this specific case, bargaining down to $300 when the current price is $899, is definitely a little offensive!
Here's a tip for those who feel the need to haggle for a bargain, don't overdo it, you'll only annoy the seller and ruin any chance you had at getting a discount.
I Was Kidding
What kind of weird social disorder must one have to say, "Haha ok, sorry I was kidding" after a botched bargaining attempt? There are a lot of entitled bargainers out there, and they can be entitled in a lot of different ways.
This isn't the first time someone has used another company's prices for leverage and it probably won't be the last.
Thank You For Your Interest
If you wind up having to deal with entitled customers in the afterlife and are sentenced to spend eternity as a seller, which type of person would you be the most tormented by? We'd have to say the worst would have to be the insistent customer, who tries to explain why they want your ring at an unbelievably low price.
For pesky buyers like this, it's best to be as professional as you can and remind them that they don't have to buy your ring.
What Do You Mean?
Some kitchen appliances—like a reliable toaster—are countertop staples and everyone should have one. The problem is getting them at a reasonable price, right? Well, not today. Nowadays, finding a cheap and reliable toaster is pretty easy, it's having to deal with entitled people that's the hard part.
At $5, this toaster is already a pretty good deal, but of course, this guy had to try to get it for even cheaper!
Entitled people are not just irritating, but dangerous. Even when they bargain down to a low price that the seller doesn't accept, they'll try to go even lower. It’s easy to laugh about this now, but when people are this obstinate, it can become a serious concern.
It's quite clear that entitled people don't play fair and the best way to deal with them is to shut down their bald-faced swindling as soon as you can.
We don't know what it is about people that makes them think they are entitled to something just because it's their daughter's birthday. We're all for being frugal and saving money, but there's no reasonable designer that could do an album cover for €10.
It should go without saying that it’s only ever appropriate to bring their daughter's tantrum into the conversation if it bears some direct relevance to the matter under discussion. In this case, it was supposed to be a surprise but the mother wouldn't pay, so it's her fault.
*Apparently Everyone Haggles
Dealing with entitled buyers is an annoying issue for sellers that needs to be reckoned with and regulated. But it’s clear that there’s a particular urgency when it comes to curtailing their growing tendency to haggle even when told "no haggling."
Their silly demands were not met and so they resorted to threats. Honestly, the seller is better off without this buyer.
Thanks For the Tip
We can't help but think there is some sort of internet-tough guy alliance that enjoy ridiculing people's asking prices and lowballing them. They rarely buy said items, so this must be a hobby if they use so much time and effort, right?
What else could explain all these entitled buyers who feel the need to constantly badger sellers into a ridiculously low price?
Everyone knows someone who tries to haggle their way out of a deal, you know, that person who's constantly looking for a better price and will waste a lot of time trying to get it. Well, this is how it looks when they're chatting with a seller online.
It's not a pretty picture and it doesn't get them very far! Let this be a reminder to not be that annoying person who has to get the best deal all the time.
It should be obvious that when you're getting a tattoo, your tattoo artist is your new best friend. They're decorating your body with something permanent. You should treat them with respect and pay them well. Don't try to wheel and deal with them to get a cheaper tattoo.
If it were me, I'd rather pay too much and have the tattooist get it right than pay less and be left with a horrible tattoo, it will outlive you after all!
There’s so much to unpack in this disastrous attempt at haggling, which is consistently deployed by people of an avowedly entitled persuasion. If anything, this just shows that some people are so determined to get what they want, they don't even read properly and will disregard any information that doesn't serve their interests.
Not only does it say in the description that it's sold, but the seller even told him it's unavailable.
Go Ahead Then
We just don’t understand how people think the fact that they can get something cheaper somewhere else is a good bargaining strategy. Like, okay, get it there then?
We're not impressed with these bargaining tactics and if we were to rate them on a scale of 1-10, this attempt lands a very low 3.
That's Not How It Works
Ever tried selling something online and someone ignores your price, only to assume you're selling it at his price? Congratulations: you’ve just met one of the most annoying people ever.
If it's your product that you're selling you should absolutely have the final say on how much you're selling it for, not the guy assuming you'd give it to him for a low price, simply because he can.
We hate to break it to this guy, but trying to bargain by mentioning a cheaper price you found elsewhere does not work. All it does is make the seller aware that you can stop badgering them about lowering their price.
If you have found a cheaper price somewhere else, then why would you want to haggle with another seller anyway?
Facebook marketplace brands itself as the e-commerce platform of the Internet, and for all intents and purposes, it is. But navigating through the entitled hagglers and their annoying tactics can be as confusing as watching "Friends" in a foreign language.
I don't think we will ever get over the audacity to wrangle a cheap price and then insist that they're coming to pick it up, nevermind that the seller already said it was too low!
"Don't mind us, we're just looking for free labor. Thanks" - This is what entitled people post online when looking to take advantage of others, because why not? While we all would like some free labor every now and then, we need to remember that it's exploitative.
Let's try our best not to be like this and instead treat people fairly and with respect, especially when it comes to their work.
Don't Even Start
We've all heard about toxic masculinity and this advertisement for a boyfriend perfectly sums it up. Toxic masculinity states that men should act tough, doesn't show any emotions and reject anything considered feminine.
It's might be true that gender stereotypes and expectations about masculinity are deeply ingrained in our society and in us — but we should do our best to relieve ourselves of these ideas and get as far from anyone who puts an ad out like this.
Free Marketing on Youtube
Video platforms like YouTube have provided us with so much entertaining content over the years, with new music videos and viral footage uploaded on the platform every day. But like most things on the internet, YouTube isn't perfect.
Underneath all those videos and behind every channel there's always some guy looking for free exposure so he can make money.
Sure, you've been thinking of doing something good for a change, but, as much as you’d like to help, you know there are people out there who really need aid and would much rather help them than an entitled person asking for a free haircut because none of the big chains want to do what they want.
It's tough out there to be asking for handouts, especially if you're broadcasting that you're just a fickle person who thinks they know better than professional hairdressers.
How Much Is That Dogsitter in the Window?
As you scroll through the posts on your Facebook feed, you'll encounter a few heartfelt posts you's like to remember, funny videos you'll definitely watch again, and a few unbelievable posts from less enlightened people that will confound you.
There are few things in life as cute and adorable as dogs, but some people still have to eat and paying a salary of $300 for a month's worth of work is not going to pay the bills!
Not For the Money
The modern job market is competitive, complicated, and cutthroat. Just look at this ad for a technical writer posted by this "author" who is looking for a free ghostwriter. The ghostwriter also needs to know a lot about coding and shouldn't mind being paid peanuts.
Landing a decent job in this economy is bound to be difficult but we never imagined it would come to this!
Right, because law school isn’t ridiculously expensive, or anything! We're totally sure that anyone who went to study law did so for the invaluable research they'd be doing while not earning a salary.
Before we raise our objections, someone should enlighten the OP about the real world and how it works if you want to recruit someone with a law degree to work for you.
What Do I Do?
This post about being bothered by their neighbor taking showers is equal parts annoying and laughable, and it's proof of how entitled some people are. Seriously, where do these people come from?
Complaining about their neighbor showering at a perfectly reasonable hour is one of those things that just doesn't make sense in a rational person's world.
She Should See Them
This lady seems like one of those who likes to spy on her neighbors and yell, "Get off my lawn!" to kids passing by. Sure, she's miserable that the world doesn't revolve around her but that doesn't make it ok to be so cranky all the time.
Indiscriminately telling people what to do and how they should do it means she's probably not a very happy person and maybe she should consider spending less time worrying about others and focus on why she is the way she is.
Two Minutes After Closing
"Why won't you let us in, we are here two minutes AFTER closing time!" That is probably what Srah was yelling as she banged on the door. The customer is not always right, but they always think they are, even when they arrive two minutes after closing time.
This just goes to show that some customers are the worst and definitely worth losing.
Being a Server gives you great insight into the types of people that frequent your place of work. On any given day you get to see dozens of people and interact with them. Unfortunately, not everyone is going to treat you well and at the end of the day, they just reveal their true colors.
We would think that after spending a morning in church, people might behave a little better but this post proves the exact opposite.
What would a list of entitled people be without mentioning Karen? If your name happens to be Karen, you may have noticed a growing trend of people using your name as an insult. The name has become a derogatory label for a wide range of behaviors thought to have connections to privilege and entitlement.
We can't help but wonder what goes through someone's mind as they're justifying taking legal action against a group of children.
Let's forget about Chick-fil-A's ethics for a moment and just acknowledge phenomenally stupid this idea is. Requesting anyone to work for free is a huge no-no according to the labor department. All it would take is for one of the "volunteers" to make a complaint and the company will have to face serious legal action.
It baffles us when we see things like this, knowing that multiple people in the company had to have signed off on this. How some people get into a position of authority and eventually agreed to this idea is beyond us.