"My toddler cousin, when I visited her while in college, apparently was treated to a birthday party whenever she wanted one. Complete with friends, presents, cake etc. She had had 3 or 4 that year already when I visited in the early fall... Yes, she didn't quite turn out 100% ok either" (Source).
"I knew a girl in high school who had a very spoiled boyfriend. His parents weren't rich or anything, but they did stuff like buying him a vintage muscle car for his 16th birthday. Anyway, this girl had three part-time jobs in high school, paid for everything she bought with her own money, including sharing the cost of a nice, safe used car with her parents.
I think the guy was either jealous of the time she spent working or maybe it was her obvious autonomy with regard to money, but apparently he was so concerned with the issue that he asked his parents to match his allowance to what the girl made at her three jobs. He didn't want to 'feel bad anymore' about how much money of her own she had. That's spoiled" (Source).
"When I was in college, my middle class roots fiancé lived in a fraternity house with some relatively wealthy people. One particular person sticks out for me as the high bar for spoiled behavior. He had a penchant for wearing Calvin Klein boxer briefs. They were roughly $25 each (and this was before you could buy them at Costco).
He sent out his laundry to be washed and folded (and dry cleaned), and never did any of it himself, but he absolutely refused to have anyone touch his underwear. In fact, because of this, he refused to wear the same pair more than once. So, every single day, he would open a brand new, $25 pair of underwear. And, every single day, he would throw out yesterday's underwear. If someone happened to touch his underwear for any reason, there would be another change. He was ordering them by the case. No one else has ever even come close to this on my spoiled-o-meter. How do I know this? His fraternity brothers, always happy to scrounge through the garbage, noticed that perfectly good underwear was going to waste. So they all stocked up. And then when they all (and I mean all) had more than enough underwear to go around, and there was still an endless supply, they started an underground underwear selling ring" (Source).
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