Children are expensive, a fact that Reddit user Chalipo recently learned when mom served up a bill for 13 months of support. "This was a very effective parenting technique and it has helped me to realize what an entitled little shit I have been," wrote the offender. It's never too late to learn that nugget of truth.
As the top of the bill shows, the only charge extending beyond a 13-month scope is the hefty price of tuition and health insurance.
The invoice details 14 charges Chalipo incurred, including "Being an asshole and not appreciative of your mothers support financially or otherwise." But the bill does acknowledge one small "contribution by child," so there's that.
The individual amounts add up pretty quickly, especially when factoring in the cost of "being an asshole," which ran this child $1,000. As to support from dad ("On account from spouse"), there was a total of zero dollars due.
Plus tax, the grand sum of Chalipo's 13-month bill was just shy of $40,000.
Luckily for the tenant, this bill won't be due anytime soon. "My mom doesn't expect me to repay her. Her parents charged her interest [on school tuition] so she doesn't want to do that to me," wrote Chalipo, who is working part-time in addition to attending school full-time. "I hope to one day be successful enough to support my family and repay her but she doesn't expect me to," the student added.
That statement should credit Chalipo about $50 towards the "asshole" charge.