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By  xundria  |  30

quit expecting everything to be handed to you. A lot of people don't get cars for their 16th birthday. A lot of people don't get their first car until after college and it's a piece of shit.

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Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Jobean23  |  5

That will learn her? lol. WOW... You mean TEACH. But that's just stupid revenge. The OP should get off her lazy ass, get a job and BUY her own car.

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  pcgeek  |  5

lol I asked for a sports car for Xmas. my gfs daughter gave me a hotwheels car. I thought it was so cute :). of course I was kidding about wanting someone to buy ne one. I've bought every car ice owned on my own. not that hard

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  jollykilla704  |  5

@146 it's nearly impossible to get a job without transportation. there's a spot that ask you on every single application i've filled out. and if the OP doesn't live in city limits they would be SOL. so sometimes you have to expect things from the people who raised you. total FYL

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  cucuto89  |  5

Or, she could take out a loan like every other fucking person who wants a car. Seriously, unless your parents are rollin in the money, you shouldn't expect a car from them. They already raised you, you have to be on your own at some time or another

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  nickiloo22  |  5

omg you poor thing! it must be hard knowing mommy and daddy aren't always going to buy you everything :( buy one yourself!!! and stop being such a spoiled brat.

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  riku3220  |  5

I'm curious. If someone's mom says their going to buy you something, then they'd expect them to buy it right? Why is somebody a "spoiled brat" if they weren't screaming their head off for it and when they didn't get it, start wailing like a baby? If my parents said they were going to buy me a car ofcourse I wouldn't expect the newest model, but damn it I'd expect them to keep their word about buying me a functional car. I also don't understand everyone telling the guy to buy his own car. He just turned 16 and he can barely make more than minimum wage. You expect him to buy a car when both of his parents have a steady income to support a family of 3+, a house, and possibly 2 other cars? They could've easily given him a junk car and he could've gotten a job to fill it with gas.

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R.I.P. my buried comment.. I just had my birthday last week.. Didn't get a car.. But I did get more than a Hotwheels, so I'm gunna keep defending OP.. The moral of the story is: When your parents promise you something, don't expect them to deliver.. Parents, of all people, rarely keep promises, especially important promises..

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  ArtemisRising  |  6

Amazingly enough, they do. If someone is anorexic and they don't want to be found out, they sometimes eat food (usually happens in a group setting, like being out with friends), but because they feel like such fatties for eating, they go and puke it up. Doesn't mean the binge and purge all the time like Bulimic people, but if it comes down to it, they will.

By  scorpio82  |  5

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Averizzle  |  5

What if she isn't spoiled? What if her parents won the lottery and that is ALL they gave her out of it. Or what if she worked for it. Why resort to calling someone else a name over assumptions?

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  sharpl916  |  7

If YOU were the parents would you buy your teenager son/daughter a car which they would wreck in a month and thus leaves a huge impact on your finance? Unless you're some rich family's child, suck it up. You don't need a car until you're an adult and have a proper job

By  xundria  |  30

quit expecting everything to be handed to you. A lot of people don't get cars for their 16th birthday. A lot of people don't get their first car until after college and it's a piece of shit.

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  russwee  |  30

xundria said it quit being a baby go get a job maybe they will go half in with u for tour 17th b-day, oh and BTW for my 16 th I got a stack of job aplications and some work pants and shoes

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  xundria  |  30

Don't make assumptions about someone you know nothing about. I'm 20 years old, have been working in the same establishment for a year and a half and go to college. I've been working since I turned 16 as well. luckily for me I was blessed enough to have a car given to me; however, it's a piece of shit so I have to put money in it left and right to keep it running. Remove your head from your ass.

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  grajax  |  30

Pretty sure the FML is that OP was told he's getting a car from his mom. We don't know if he was even expecting a car until she said that, hence the FML for getting him excited about a car that she didn't plan on getting him.

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  SixthSinEnvy  |  7

Who said OP is spoiled? If someone told you they were bringing home dinner and they come home empty-handed, wouldn't you feel a little gipped? Oh sure, you could make dinner but you thought someone was doing something nice for you. It's the same concept. OP thought they were getting a car, and instead was handed a joke. Now if they proceed to swear and curse their mother then yes, that's unacceptable, but I feel these "spoiled brat" comments are a bit much.

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