22-year-old college student blows her $90,000 college fund and blames her parents

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  1. ab289

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  2. Phoenix

    Phoenix *~Though she be but little, she is fierce~*

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    She needs to go on that old bb3 show ~ young,dumb and living off mum....
    Maybe then she can learn to not be such an airhead....and learn to 'work' in the real world not her bubble reality world...

    Lord I don't get kids like that....take take take, don't think about the blood sweat and tears that's gone in to provide them with that lifestyle... No appreciation just demanding or they feel they deserve it
     
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  3. Angel12

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    i dont believe is her parent's fault, she should own up her mistake for blowing her money on her trips and clothes instead of school. ALSO SHE SHOULD GET A JOB! that most young people does not have a money do.
     
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  4. runtohell121

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    I didn't read the article completely... but when I saw she said she went on an Europe Trip... that's probably where all the money went :lol:
     
  5. EvilTofu

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    Still, 90k wasted and not once having any concern about what that money was intended for until it all gone and her bills came in. She expect her parents to take care of it all and not take responsibility for anything.
     
  6. ralphrepo

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    You know, the shortest way to adulthood? Simple. Three years in the military. They will literally wipe that shit attitude out of her give her skill sets that she could use for the rest of her life. Draconian, to be sure, but IMHO, she's already too far gone for anything else to work.
     
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  7. really can't be bothered reading the article cos it's all too common now-a-days. I know of someone who has this exact mentality of "my parents brought me here, they are responsible indefinitely to take care of me"... you seriously don't know how often I've had to suppress the urge to slap sense into her...
     
  8. b-lee

    b-lee ǝʌıʇɔǝdsɹǝd ʇuǝɹǝɟɟıp ɐ

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    she is in dire need of a reality check... i like ralph's suggestion :lol:
     
  9. ab289

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    millennials ... generation of entitlements!
     
  10. b-lee

    b-lee ǝʌıʇɔǝdsɹǝd ʇuǝɹǝɟɟıp ɐ

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    ::jackwhat:
     
  11. brown_bear

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    just reading the title of the thread 1st word came to mind was - idiot...!!!!
     
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  12. ralphrepo

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    To be honest, I don't think she bears 100% of the responsibility, as her parents likely let her get away with this sort of thing for years. Being one parent of a two parent team, I always argue with the missus about giving our kids the sense of obligation that they will need once they reach adulthood; you can't do that by constantly babying or pampering them, nor coming to the rescue every time they fall down. If you do too much for them, then they'll never learn to do for themselves. In the case of the OP, this girl is so far gone that she absolutely had no sense of priorities at all. She needs to be completely cut off from her family and receive the rude shock of what being and surviving on your own means.
     
  13. ab289

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    I like :doh: better. Or perhaps some smart guy can do that to Jackie's head is even better!

    Spare the rod, spoil the child. Use the rod, parents go to jail. :gum:

    But, her parents to help her. She was trying to get her parents' retirement. Seems a lot of them now (younger generations that think they are entitled to everything their parents and grandparents have) because alot of news about these young people suing their parents to get $$
     
  14. AC0110

    AC0110 Let the Fun Begin

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    Honestly, I know few of my friends work at a strip club during their 4yrs of Uni and they make extremely good money...
    Usually they put on a whole lot of makeup so you won't be able to recognize them in real life..
     
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  15. ab289

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    Need certain qualities to make good money. I'm not paying if ...

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  16. brown_bear

    brown_bear ☆‧° ☆﹒﹒‧ ☆ ﹒﹒‧☆‧° ☆

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    ab289 so harsh...!!! i think shes quite pretty...
     
  17. ab289

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    Yes, she is. But at current weight, I do not want to pay to see her naked in a strip club; too jiggly all over the place ... while I just like jiggly on certain parts.
     
  18. ralphrepo

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    I'm not sure what you two are talking about; this was from a radio show. That is, there wasn't any video; the assorted graphics were likely from generic use sources put into the article to ad lib the story. I don't think there were any public pictures of this girl.
     
  19. turbobenx

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    yea yea blame the parents. She needs someone to blame on...
     
  20. ab289

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    AC0110 mentioned she can go strip and it's good money. I said, depends on the shape of the body. brown bear said I'm being mean. I simply stated a stripper with body type like May Chan (from Inbound Trouble) aren't going to get much from me.