To tease a child, or not to tease a child, that is the question. Whether you're the one who birthed them, or you're simply sitting near them, children can be a handful in public. For the most part, parents and caregivers have enough on their plates without other adults chiming in about how soul-crushing the screams of an angry child are. But there are times when a child is truly ruining the vibe of a room, and it's clear they fully know what they're doing.
"AITA for passively tormenting an entitled child?"
"My wife and I are vacationing at the beach. We walked into a crab shack style restaurant today right on the beach to get some of that sweet sweet seafood. While we were waiting to be served after being seated a family was seated next to us. It was a grandma, grandpa, and grandson. Grandson was around 7-8 years old and was immediately crying and yelling at ear piercing volume at the grandparents about how he “told them that he didn’t want to eat here!” and “didn’t even want to come to the beach!”