>tfw your parents were always middle class trash and you never got to grow up living the good life and not worrying about pleb shit like getting into college and landing a job
>tfw you will never inherit anything from your father except debt and a sick dog
>spending 5k on something the brat will outgrow in 3 months anyway
Spoiled kids are the worst, and they grow up to become the worst kind of people.
Kids shouldn't worry about style or fashion, kids should be kids.
I think that's an a bit of a generalization, considering all the upper middle class brats that have turned against their origins and joined shit like Occupy Wall Street.
But I agree that failing to imbue responsibility as a parent is completely reckless.
I'm not saying you should turn your kids into cheap bastards but kids need to understand the value of money from a young age.
I study business at a nice university and the brats that clearly had too much money growing up generally have a very poor understanding about the worth of money, especially how lots of smaller expenses can crush you. There are exceptions obviously, but as a general rule this rings true.
>Be born in Noble European family.
>Enjoy a youth in which money wasn't an issue, multiple estates throughout Europe, money not even mentioned, private jet, helicopter, yachts, chalet in St. Moritz, dressed in the height of fashion by parents.
>As with all rich nobleman dad sleeps with other women, parents divorce, go with mom, still see dad.
>Dad starts to suffer from early-onset dementia, his younger brother acts as caretaker, sneakily transfers all shares of the family holdings from my dad to his account.
>Dad dies, all I'm left with is his collection of suits (which I can't wear because he was built like a Lego Man and I'm a lanky hungry skeleton) and watches.
At least that uncle has spared no expense on my education but he will not finance anything with all the money he stole.
I would be happy with the current situation if it wasn't for the fact that I have lived the 0,01% life and know exactly what it's like.
>live in Romania
>parents spoil the fuck out of me but not with expensive phones and technology gadgets
>they buy me crayons, pencils and pens
>never the well-off child in any way when it came to possessions
>but thanks to my parents supporting my little hobby I grew up as a person
>I get a "meh" salary for some countries but for mine it sets me in the upper class
>support myself and my parents ez
;_; I will visit them tomorrow just to fucking thank them for all they did for me.
why don't you do the noble thing and murder your uncle? who's his heir?
>don't care that much about money
>just want to live comfy
>want to do something that's fulfilling
>destined for some soul sucking office jawb
Murder wouldn't get me anywhere, revenge might be the answer for a character in literature, but it's not in life.
The ordeal did separate the family and my grandmother now promised me her shares because she thinks he was a cunt and doesn't even talk to him anymore, too bad she is like Elizabeth and will never die.
I feel you bruh, I want to move to a large city, get a shitty apartment somewhere, a job that pays the bills and some friends with similar interests/perspectives on life and I'm fucking done.
>upper class (some nobility from my mother's side)
>parents spent money for nice shit (travels, restaurants, leisure,...) when i was a kid
>taught me the value of money and traditional family values
>now a student
>studying hard to have a very good job and money so that i will have a nice life as theirs and they'll be proud of me
>still live at home, they pay for everything
>they don't get the point of fashion/technology so they don't spend any money on clothes and technology
I'm proud /fa/, never seen this side of yours.
Must of the time, you're fucking idiots.
Some of you are really good people
I have faith in /fa/
>tfw just recieved a letter in the mail informing me that I've been awarded a full ride scholarship to Arizona State
>tfw you want your child to grow up to become even more narcissistic, materialistic, and ostentatious than yourself
I hope my son is handsomer than me, smarter than me, and more outgoing than me. I want to live vicariously through him.
>grew up upper-middle class
>dad is an executive
>parents admit always say buying nice things is good
>admit they'd rather have some nice cars and clothes instead of a boat or second house
>live in a normal house
>everything I dreamed of as a child
>taught great lessons in money by parents
>taught to save
>had all the toys and games
>wore nice clothes
>had designer jeans at age 12
>going to a great university on scholarship and making an income while still in school
>Now own way too many shoes and my closet isn't big enough
>will inherit three huge apartments from both sides of the family because only child
>all of them in former commie Eastern Europe where the average salary is around 500€ and you have to suck a hundred dicks to live through a month
At least life has a sense of humour