15 awful instances of entitled humans who think they are owed something

The feeling of entitlement is rooted in ego and the belief that you are owed something. It is believing that you are inherently deserving of some sort of special privilege or treatment. There have been many instances of events that have brought out this ugly sense of expectation in humans.

Here are a few instances showing entitled people sharing how wrong they feel they have been treated. Get ready to burn with anger.

Violating Safety Rules Just Because She Felt Hot

15 awful instances of entitled humans who think they are owed something

This woman walked casually onto the wing of an airplane just to get some air. Ludicrous! Every other passenger had exited the plane including her two children whom she traveled with. Would have attributed this to intoxication but tests show otherwise.

She could not provide any explanation for her actions. She probably felt there was nothing wrong with it and that she would be let off just because she is a customer. Well, she was blacklisted, never to fly via that airline again.

The Audacity This One Had To Say That Selling Something Paid For Is Greedy

15 awful instances of entitled humans who think they are owed something

Someone upgraded to a newer Apple watch and decided to sell the older one. Imagine how entitled one eBay user had to be to ask “why not instead of selling it give it to someone like me who wants it?”.

He went on to specify how much he would pay for the shipping fee, said selling it was greedy on the owner’s part and specified when he would like to have it delivered. Such entitlement!

Referring To Mask Wearing As Fear-Mongering

15 awful instances of entitled humans who think they are owed something

This Facebook user refuses to wear a mask just because he feels that constantly urging people to do so is fear-mongering. He even shared his views on social media without fear.

The fact that he would put others at risk just because of what he feels, is disheartening to say the least.

Leaving Bad Reviews Despite Inability To Afford Service

15 awful instances of entitled humans who think they are owed something

She did not have enough money to get the piercing she wanted. She thus decided to give the tattoo shop a bad review because she “got cussed out.”

Thankfully, the shop owner responded. She talked about how the customer was rude from the get-go despite not having enough funds. I wonder what the client expected. Great service? With her bad attitude and insufficient funds? Definitely not!

That Hurt

15 awful instances of entitled humans who think they are owed something

This conversation between a seller and a buyer is pretty amusing. After asking how low the seller was willing to sell his MacBook, the customer went on to cut down the price by about 67%.

I like the response of the seller and how he “played” the customer.

Definitely An Ungrateful Wife

15 awful instances of entitled humans who think they are owed something

After working for 24 hours at a stretch, a husband comes home and cooks for his wife. She, on the other hand, showed no appreciation for his efforts.

She took to social media to rant about how he made breakfast for dinner and served her food on a paper plate. What happened to appreciating his effort and sacrifice?

A Personal Bell To Get The Server’s Attention

15 awful instances of entitled humans who think they are owed something

Just how do you go to a restaurant with your personal bell to get special attention from the server at will and whim? This level of entitlement is truly off the charts.

Rich Karen Goes Berserk

15 awful instances of entitled humans who think they are owed something

This Arizona PR executive goes on a rampage trashing a rack of facemasks at Target. While doing that, she was filming herself and saying “we don’t want to do this anymore.” Even if the pandemic is taking its toll, what exactly was the essence of all that?

She went on to mention how she was a blonde white woman wearing a $40,000 Rolex. Well, covid-19 is a respecter of no one, whether you are rich or poor or of color.

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