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    Default Fair dinkum or actors?

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    That is a true "Millennial", And her mother is to blame for it, the Mother is a "Pre-Millennial" and is to blame for the child she has brought up...........

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    My vote is 'bad actors'

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    It doesn't really matter if it's "actors" or not.

    It might as well be true.

    The big question I'd ask is who would be bothered wasting their life watching Dr Phil anyway ?
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    Oh dear, I bought my daughter a used Commodore for her first car.
    I'm a failure as a parent.

    Can't keep up at school, wants a quarter million dollar car for her 16th birthday, and needs two and a half grand a month pocket money to survive, why do the words 'spoilt brat' keep coming up in my mind.
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    That poor kid. Those parents have screwed her up for life. I would say her brain is now "hard wired" to act like a petulant child. The crocodile tears were instantaneous. This is learned behaviour. I'd say its "real". She has been given everything and anything she has wanted since the day she was born. If the mother is wealthy enough to buy herself a Bentley (good on her).... She has no doubt never been there for the child (as she has been off working). So has given the kid everything she has ever wanted. Including letting not even go to school.

    That is seriously sad. You can't blame the kid for acting the way she has been trained to act. The mother has never stood upto the child an disciplined her in the past .... How the hell will she be able to now she is 15years old and think the entire world owes her anything she wants.

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    A close uni mate of mine was on $10K/month allowance around 20 years ago, so $2,500 today isn't that much.

    I can sympathise with the withdrawal symptoms a teenager would suffer from if they've been born into the lifestyle. It's entirely the parents fault. There are plenty of very wealthy people who don't raise entitled brats. Blame the parents and the environment, not the poor kid.
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    I can sympathise with the withdrawal symptoms a teenager would suffer from if they've been born into the lifestyle. It's entirely the parents fault.
    I sympathize with the father too.

    He should have practiced "withdrawal" many years ago.
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    I used to think that shows like this were often like professional wrestling : mostly over-dramatized, but with some reality involved. And I still think some are. However I am tending to think that these people are for real.

    It's horrific....what a spoiled, self-centred brat.

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