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Random People Who Clearly Suffer From 'Rich Kid Syndrome'

  • (#12) Cleaning House

    From Redditor u/Anagoth9:

    My brother works at a rehab center for the kids of wealthy parents. He's always got stories, but the one that sticks with me the most was a kid who was in trouble with the law and doing rehab before his court appearances. You know, to look like a better person and hopefully the judge would go easier on him. He was mopey one day and my brother asks him what's wrong. The kids starts talking about how tough the whole experience has been for him, how it's been so hard on his family that his parents had to sell his house to pay for his rehab.

    My brother felt sympathetic and says, "Damn, that sucks that your parents had to sell their house over this," to which the kid corrected him, "No, they kept their house. They had to sell mine."

  • (#5) Bad Behavior

    From Redditor u/thecrusadeswereahoax:

    Went to a destination wedding in Mexico resort. Rich kids rented a golf cart, tore through the streets and flipped the cart, injuring people and causing a huge commotion and traffic jam.

    A Mexican lady comes out and begins to scold them for their behavior. 

    "You wouldn't act this way at home!"

    Rich kid responds, "I promise you we do."

    It was the earnestness of his reply that got me.

  • (#18) Chump Change

    From Redditor u/Lemuria_666:

    My friend literally throws away his change because he hates holding coins. Doesn't matter if it's $.99, he'll throw it away. That sh*t adds up.

  • (#20) Merry Ex-Mas

    From Redditor u/practeerts:

    My ex expected me to pay for her food and entertainment after we broke up. Confused the hell out of me but it was hilarious.

  • (#19) Monster Mantra

    From Redditor u/tommyg**z007:

    Waiter here.

    When I worked at a suburban restaurant in Towson, MD, every week I waited on the white overwhelmed mom with one or two kids, and she had a $50k ring on her finger, and designer everything. She always was stressed because she had no clue about anything about life. She felt opening her legs was enough, and that she shouldn't have to do anything else, like be a better mom for her kids.

    So this type of person would come to our restaurant with her kids, wait for her husband, let her kids destroy the place, get mad at us, she would invariably say "Do you KNOW who my husband is?" at some point during her mistreatment of the staff, take her husband's credit card from him, pay, sign, and tip like shit because she had to have control or power or some c**p. Her kids would be covered in food, and there would be cheerios in a 30' circle around the table. Her husband would give zero f**ks about this wife of his, and they would leave together. Two days later, another one would come in, and do EXACTLY the same thing. 

    Every week: 

    "Do you KNOW who my husband is?" 

    It became the mantra of the place I worked, and I quit after 8 months.

  • (#4) Wishful Thinking

    From Redditor u/Five_Star_Amenities:

    He was 25 years old when I knew him. His father owned oilfields. He had a credit card that he used for anything and everything, that they paid the balance on every month. He never even kept track of what was charged on it, just bought whatever caught his fancy. He openly and shamelessly admitted that he had offered his college professor money to give him a passing grade.
    One day he was cranky about something and said, "I wish my parents would just die, so I could have their money. Why should I have to wait?"

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Studies have shown that wealthy parenting methods may bring a variety of social and psychological problems to children. Sometimes children can put parents in embarrassing situations. For example, when they are obsessed with something, if they fail to get it, the child will start to lose their temper endlessly. In addition, if my parents cannot say "no" to their children, they may also face the sufferers of the rich kid syndrome.

The rich kid syndrome stems from the wrong parenting style. These parents always fulfill all the wishes of their children without letting them spend any energy. The random tool lists 20 people who are sure suffering from the rich kid syndrome.

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