Sorry! My mistake!

"A girl at my high school broke into a hysterical, foul-mouthed, tear-filled rant because her father surprised her after school with a brand new, fully-loaded BMW for her birthday... apparently she wanted a Mercedes."

Sorry! My mistake!

Kilen13

That's what you get.

"A girl in my high school received a used car on her 16th birthday. She was unhappy with the fact that it was used---three years old---so she intentionally totalled it. She didn't get a new car and had to ride the bus."

That's what you get.

Unknown

Nerf guns are stupid? Okay then...

"I gave my girlfriend a $90 dinner for her birthday, and she was mad I didn't get her a present. I also got her a nice scarf and a Nerf gun for Christmas. She didn't want the Nerf gun because she thought it was stupid and 'not something you give your girlfriend'...whatever."

Nerf guns are stupid? Okay then...

_moeller99

That's some karma.

"This elderly lady was pulling her car into a tight spot in the post office. I offered to help to spot her in so she wouldn't hit anything. She screamed at me about how she was over 70 and didn't need anybody's help. Needless to say, she ended up hitting one of the cars."

That's some karma.

tilley77

She KNOWS that!

"A coworker whined that her grandmother gave her a silver necklace for her birthday when 'she knows I only ever wear white gold!'"

She KNOWS that!

lampshadesnoopy

Cats get a free pass.

"I bought my cats some gourmet food and they looked at me like I was trying to poison them."

Cats get a free pass.

PaxiSnack

Be grateful, please!

"I work for a nonprofit and we host cookouts for people in poverty. They complain so hard that we buy generic soda or don't have 'good cheese' for their burgers."

Be grateful, please!

Mashflob

Alrighty then.

"There was a guy standing on a median divider at a stop light with a sign that said, 'Losing my house, wife sick, please help, God bless.' So I stop in the middle of the intersection and tell the guym 'I run a fireworks store, I have nine pallets of fireworks I need to unload. Should take about six hours, I'll pay you $10 an hour cash today.' You know what he said? 'No, I'm doing fine here.'"

Alrighty then.

xenokilla

Just a casual 12-hour work day for free.

"I helped my work mate move. I was hungover. I moved all his crap, his boyfriend's, and his roommates basically by myself; he was useless. It took almost 12 hours. He didn't even buy me beer, food, or anything to say thank you."

Just a casual 12-hour work day for free.

Unknown

Never will, probably.

"I gave my ex-girlfriend's family my old car, a 2003 Nissan Maxima, in great condition, because they were going through a hard time and I had just gotten a new car. They proceeded to get down on their knees and thank Jesus for answering their prayers. I still haven't gotten a thank you."

Never will, probably.

gr8fulde4d420

Forgot about my job as a doorman!

"One thing that I hate is when I am polite enough to hold a door open for someone and instead of just taking the door or saying 'Thank you,' they just walk through like I'm a doorman being paid to stand there all day for them."

Forgot about my job as a doorman!

DearStabby

But it's not THE ONE.

"I watched my 18-year-old sister-in-law throw a digital camera because it wasn't the exact one she wanted. It was actually a far better and more expensive camera that her dad had researched for months."

But it's not THE ONE.

1stDownSyndrome

'I didn't steal it!'

"I found a $100 bill on the sidewalk near a family packing their car up for a trip. I politely asked the mother if the money was hers, and she got really irritated with me and called her husband over, who literally snatched the bill out of my hand. I stood there for a few minutes, baffled as they ignored me. After I realized that I wouldn't even get a thank you, I continued walking home. I wish I would have kept the money."

'I didn't steal it!'

Unknown

This is devastating.

"When I was eight, I saved up around two weeks of pocket money, looked up some recipes, and made a cake for my dad's birthday. Around 11 pm he comes in and I light the candles. He says, 'I don't like sweet stuff' and goes to bed."

This is devastating.

kloslat

All that help for nothing.

"My friend became homeless. So I gave her a place to live, food to eat, and even drove her all over several towns to help her find an apartment she can afford. After I helped her get on her feet, she stole my stuff upon leaving."

All that help for nothing.

1cloeeolc1

Something...better?

"For Christmas, we got my cousin's 10-year-old daughter a jewelry stand and some makeup. She opened the gift, looked around, and asked, 'Who gave me this?' I told her that we did. She scrunched up her face and said, 'Ugh, you can take it back and get me something better?'"

Something...better?

Starqueentnk

How lazy are some people?

"One time at work they provided free lunch for everyone. It was all laid out, all you had to do was come fix a plate. Several of my coworkers were furious because they had to walk into the other room to get it. They felt like it should have been brought to their desks."

How lazy are some people?

Unknown

The gift that keeps on giving.

"I once had a friend who bought a discount PC game without the option of returning it and kept complaining about how bad it turned out to be. Two weeks down the line, he gave me that game for my birthday, now mentioning how good it actually is. It pissed me off and I gave him the same game back for his birthday several months later."

The gift that keeps on giving.

TempusFrangit

It's twenty minutes of your life.

"I'm a high school teacher and I had students complain that I was making them take notes two days in a row. My 'lectures' usually take 20 minutes or so and are followed by an activity."

It's twenty minutes of your life.

Jortastic

O-Oh...

"I once bought a girl I was dating a diamond necklace. She opened it and even saw the certification with it that said how many karats it was. She said, 'Oh, how sweet...' She turned around and went to a pawn shop after I went back home."

O-Oh...

Sepherchorde

Money for ANTS?!

"My cousin got either a $100 or $150 check from our grandma for her birthday, and she tore it to bits and cried about how it was such an insultingly small amount of money."

Money for ANTS?!

goodknee

This is what you wanted!

"I got my cousin a $7,500 four wheeler. He got a baseball bat and killed it because he wanted a dirt bike. It took me a few years to save up for this. Even after he said he wanted a four-wheeler."

This is what you wanted!

HerpDerpVonJerp

A wave is all that's asked of you...

"When people on the road don't give a 'thank you' wave for letting them into your lane. I could have just kept on driving like everyone else. The least you can do is waggle your hand at me."

A wave is all that's asked of you...

pizz901

From a skateboard to no eyebrows.

"I knew a kid that didn't like the skateboard his parents got him, so he set it on fire because he thought that would get him a new one. Nope, he just went to school without eyebrows for a year."

From a skateboard to no eyebrows.

Unknown

Yeah right!

"My ex-girlfriend broke up with me days before our anniversary. I'd already bought jewelry as her present. She knew I'd already bought it and still expected to receive it, even though our anniversary was never going to happen."

Yeah right!

_go_jumblesgo

Let the boy run next time!

"When I worked at McDonald's, a two-year-old once ran behind the counter into the very dangerous kitchen. I ran after him and picked him up before he could touch anything or fall. I carried him back to his mother, only to be screamed at for touching her kid."

Let the boy run next time!

Unknown

This is just so wrong.

"My dad was a truck driver and found an old man lying on the road one night, all by himself in the middle of nowhere, who didn't seem to have a pulse. My dad gave him CPR for several minutes until he regained a pulse, and stayed with him there in the cold for an hour until the ambulance came to take him away. In the process of saving this old man's life, my dad also fractured one of the man's ribs. He and his wife sued my dad for more than $100,000."

This is just so wrong.

Aende

A Sony kid, eh?

"An old friend of mine threw his brand new Xbox 360 out of his bedroom window because he wanted a PS3 instead."

A Sony kid, eh?

slugmaniac

Worst...present...ever?

"I gave my niece a laptop on her birthday and she screamed at me because it wasn't brand new. 'This sucks!' she screamed. 'Worst present ever!'"

Worst...present...ever?

CarelessMonday

The sense of entitlement is real.

"My sister once got a really expensive book of unicorn paintings from my parents for Christmas. Trouble was, she got the same book from my grandparents. She felt entitled to the money my parents spent on it, which they supposedly would get back when they returned it."

The sense of entitlement is real.

Unknown

That's basically slavery.

"I once had to do a bunch of yard work for this old lady to save money for something I wanted. It took days of hard work. I was scratched, bruised, and exhausted. She hard the nerve to give me a quarter. One single quarter."

That's basically slavery.

Failedjedi

Those iPhones change people.

"I have found and returned four iPhones. The worst response was the owner smugly proclaiming, 'You couldn't have stolen it anyway. It's password protected!'

The best was a 'thanks' with no eye contact as he took the phone."

Those iPhones change people.

Unknown

PlayStation 2 was the best console of all time.

"My cousin gave my son a broken PS2 for his birthday. I fixed it. I just needed to clean the optic on the player. Then the cousin asked for it back."

PlayStation 2 was the best console of all time.

icanseestars

"On second thought..."

"A horse kicked my friend's daughter in the chest, collapsing her throat. She couldn't breathe. I performed an emergency tracheotomy, saving her life. About two months later, I got a letter from a law firm. They'd changed their mind about how grateful they were and decided to sue me for leaving a scar from the tracheotomy."

Unknown

That's how you handle that.

"My younger sister got diamond earrings for her 16th birthday from my parents. She then says, 'This isn't what I asked for.' Our parents took them back, scolded her, and she got nothing for her birthday."

That's how you handle that.

_dradventure

24 years of age?

"After getting close to $500 in gifts for Christmas, my sister tore down the tree, kicked other people's gifts, and started yelling and crying, all because she didn't see a Wii among her presents. We actually did get her a Wii, she just didn't get to it yet. She was 24 years old."

24 years of age?

Unknown

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