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What am I?

Asked by User_12 (53points) May 21st, 2021

I got a new bed that was relatively expensive, but I didn’t like it at first, and sulked/threw a small tantrum. My mother said I was acting like a spoiled brat. Am I just a spoiled brat? Or, am I an okay, normal person? Thank you for your input.

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janbb's avatar

How old are you, first of all?

chyna's avatar

You could be homeless living under a bridge. I think you should be more thankful for the things that are provided for you.

RedDeerGuy1's avatar

Your just being honest. Picking a bed is something you should have a say in. I’m 6’5” and it matters to me the size of the bed and I would like to try it in a store for a few minutes to see if I like it.

stanleybmanly's avatar

So you admit that you “acted like a spoiled brat”? So is a spoiled brat an “ok normal person”? Why can’t you be both?

smudges's avatar

It depends on how old you are and how you act in other situations when you are unhappy. I would have either gotten a spanking or had to go to bed without supper if I had acted like that. Why won’t you tell us how old you are? Hiding something?

User_12's avatar

In regards to age, I am a teen, but this happened when I was younger.

Nomore_lockout's avatar

@RedDeerGuy1 Raindrops keep fallin’ on my head, but just like the guy whose feet are to big for his bed, cryin’ ain’t for me… ; )

Yellowdog's avatar

If I acted like that as a teenager, my mom would have enrolled me in daycare until my attitude changed, and made we wear a tee shirt that said I was a prissy brat who acted like a baby so mom made me wear this stupid shirt and put me back in daycare.

gondwanalon's avatar

You got a new bed. You are fortunate.Thank you Mother. Apologize to your Mother for your behavior. Be grateful and appreciate what you have.

This is a good leaning experience for you.

si3tech's avatar

@User_12 How old are you. Really important question as comments are more or less appropriate depending on your age.

Mimishu1995's avatar

@User_12 “a teen” does not tell us anything. 12 and 16 are both considered “teen”.

Yellowdog's avatar

No—a teen ihas to be 13. But 13 and 19 are worlds apart. Even 13 and 15/

raum's avatar

I’m trying to figure out what you are…

You’re a mother who’s too scared to write questions from her own perspective.

Or perhaps you’re a teenager whose first language isn’t English.

Or just a troll.

Or a regular ol’ jelly with a writing style that just happens to trigger my paranoia. Ha!

Mimishu1995's avatar

@raum I think I agree with the first scenario. It just sounds really weird.

raum's avatar

@Mimishu1995 Okay, I’m glad I’m not the only one who thinks something is a bit off here.

kneesox's avatar

@raum, you’re not.

User_12's avatar

Alright, everyone, I see as well that this question may be strange. You need not worry any longer. I personally know that what I did back then was spoiled, and I hopefully have moved on from that, to being more grateful for what I have. I apologize for asking it. Thank you, and have a good day.

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