Another spoilt little bitch

Someone find a few video’s like this featuring boys, because all these horrible spoilt girls are just reinforcing the ‘misogynist’ stereotype… Come on, where are all the unappreciative, spoilt, selfish boys eh.

Is it because boys are generally treated with more discipline and girls are treated like ‘little princesses?’

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12 thoughts on “Another spoilt little bitch

  1. f**kin hell i take that back! i just watched that vid! what a bitch!! id say fine your not getting a car! how ungrateful!!!! id cancel everything and wait atleast another month! ok im not spoilt just fortunate! atleast i appreciate the things i have! what a horrible girl!

  2. some could say im the lil spoilt boy but tbh im not rich nor is my family. just my dad likes to see me in a safe reliable car.

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  4. What this girl needed was a spank when she was three.

    Seriously, if my daughter gave me that much shit I’d return the car, cancel the party and screw her spoiled feelings. I have no pity for the parents; it’s their own fault for their piss-poor raising techniques.

  5. What this girl needed was a spank when she was three.

    Seriously, if my daughter gave me that much shit I’d return the car, cancel the party and screw her spoiled feelings. I have no pity for the parents; it’s their own fault for their piss-poor raising tecniques.

  6. The thin Hedonistic Pleasureseeker is that their are spoiled little boys. However, their numbers are really small in comparison to how many women act like this.

    The men are dangerous, but predictable. They desire power and don’t really hide it. You know their games, they are arrogant, sexist and that pretty much sums it up.

    The women, they hide it, and are unpredictable. This makes them more dangerous, not less.

  7. Actually the world is FULL of spoiled little monster boys, “little princes,” but the world generally treats them as though they can do no wrong, especially first born sons from extremely sexist countries (much of the Middle East, for instance).

    An imperious, demanding little boy is “cute” to most people. “Oh, what a precocious little boy, he’ll be a CEO/quarterback/General someday!”

    I used to be a waitress and trust me: Boys are worse.

  8. Satan, I remember coming across that show a while back. It’s horrible. There was a show here in the UK called ‘Brides from Hell’ or something like that, and the amount of drama these women created!

    Referring to the wedding as ‘her wedding’, and everything as ‘hers’. Expecting the men to pay for whatever she wanted because it was ‘her’ day.

    Reality TV usually is faked, or at least manipulated. Still, there is no end of girls with her mindset.

  9. Surprised the salesperson stuck around. They wouldn’t need to as the deal had been closed.

    This might have been a setup for MTV.

    “Reality TV”‘ is in fact heavily scripted and faked.

  10. Are you afraid of strong and independent women like the girl in the video? What’s your problem? 😛

    LOL

    She is messed up, like a lot of woman are. They care more about what other woman think and their own image, than their supposed loved ones. Life has become shallow thanks to feminism and pseudo-individualism. It really no longer has meaning.

    The car was not the gift to the girl, but the car given in the right circumstance at the party was the gift. Or at least that is the way she saw it. She wanted to be the centre of attention at the party, and the car was meant to be the final touch to achieve that. The car didn’t really matter, the car was just her bling bling that would focus all the attention to her. Teens shouldn’t be given cars period. Make them earn it.

    Men and boys don’t give a shat what others think if we get a car. The car is the gift not the being the centre of attention.

    Not totally her fault. The girl was most likely the product of a house castrated male and over indulgent parents and efed up society.

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