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.
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.
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.