45 times people had to deal with insane parents who felt they were entitled to things more than anyone else (new pics)
All of these stories fall into the broader category of “choosing a beggar.” Beggars, seemingly without the means to get what they want, turn down a fair amount simply because it’s not perfect for them. Imagine going to a food court and offering free food at every table. The majority will say no at best, but some will probably tip you off and call you crazy. Only one person.
So by experimenting with this kind of silly strategy at scale, you might be able to find at least one person who will give you what you want. This is probably annoying to most of us because the average person wants to be nice and polite and saying no doesn’t feel good. Getting it is generally a waste of time. This article deals with a special kind of beggar who chooses beggars who, for some unrecognizable reason, believe they are entitled to some kind of special treatment, rather than those betting the odds.