Saturday, June 29, 2019

Rich Parents Who Spoil Their Kids Get What They Deserve

Which includes:

Raising your grandchildren because your children are too busy having fun
Constantly bailing out your children
Your children living at home
Co-signing student loans at the age of 68
Oh, and death when you cut their allowance.

I cannot emphasize enough that you rich people keep spoiling your children.  They're royal cunts to deal with when we have to grow up, date, and tolerate them in our generation. But the results are hilarious when they come back home at 34.


Anonymous said...

Only 1% of indian computer programmers can write functional computer code that works correctly:

What else can you expect from a country where 50% of the population doesn't even use indoor toilets and shits outside? 640 million indians shit outdoors in the 21st century.

David said...

I read this story and remember my upbringing whenever I would hit my father up for money and he would start giving me the, "Money don't grow on trees" speech. Either that or he would look around the house and ask me what I was prepared to do for that money?

Another one of my father's favorite things he liked to tell me growing up is:

"I didn't get this money for free, so why should I give it to you free?"


"I only owe you food on the table, a roof over your head, clothes on your back, take you to the hospital when you need it and to make sure you make it to school on time. Anything else I give you is luxuries out of the goodness of my heart".

Since dad wasn't a man of extravagant means, I learned that if I wanted money for clothes, concerts, video games or for my first car at 16, I had to go out and work. I have been working since I was 11-12 years old. I got out in the hot ass summer weather and did yard work. When I was 16, I went to work on one of my dad's construction crews.

In retrospect, I am happy that I didn't come from rich folks. Since nothing was handed to me like the spoiled bastard in this story, I learned not only that I had to work for everything I have, it also made me appreciate what I do have. Things earned are more valued than things given.

David said...

Since when did being spoiled rotten and lazy is considered a mental health disorder?

Elise said...

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Anonymous said...

I took your advice and bought a fedora. I wore it for one day. My life is ruined and I have to move home.