Among the many perks of having a sibling is the potential that they may step in to help if you find yourself in need of help. It's often easier to turn to a sibling for help than a friend or co-worker. But no one is entitled to receive help, financial or otherwise, from someone just because you're related by blood. Unfortunately, some people go way too far when it comes to putting demands on their siblings. You may call these people "choosing beggars," or "entitled a**holes," or maybe you call them "Ed, who has been sleeping on my couch for six months." If you have a sibling like this in your life, you may relate to the following posts collected from Reddit's "Choosing Beggars" community.