Kids are adorable little cherubs whose innocence and imagination make the world a better place—except when they're not. I believe most kids, with the right parenting, have the potential to shine. But nothing transforms a potentially awesome kid into a raging little demon like spoiling them too much. And once a kid is spoiled, they become a hazard—not only to their own family, but to anyone unfortunate enough to come in contact with them. Someone recently shared a story on Reddit about an entitled brat they encountered while shopping at the dollar store. Now, the dollar store, with its gloriously low prices and ridiculous array of products, should be a brat-free zone. It's not.
This shopper encountered a particularly nasty little kid out shopping with his mom. The kid apparently threw a tantrum over wanting a specific kind of "larger" chocolate bar and, when denied it, went so far as to call his mom a "b*tch." Rude! That kind of behavior would've gotten me grounded for life. But this kid's mom relented, promising to buy him the larger chocolate bar when they got to the register.