Beggars CAN be choosers! Cheeky chancers who tried to take advantage of other people’s generosity will make your blood boil
- Social media users around the world share their best business nous
- Parent Influence has rounded up ridiculous conversations on social media
- From a Jeremy Clarkson shut down to the pickiest person on a dating app
They say that beggars can’t be choosers, but it seems that some entitled people with brass necks have decided to ignore that principle.
To prove that point, Parent Influence has rounded up a series of amusing snaps from around the world that showcase how cheeky people have tried to take advantage of someone doing them a good turn.
For instance, when a pet owner took to social media to rehome their husky dog, they were shocked when a commenter complained the canine wasn’t the right colour for them.
Elsewhere, a bride-to-be who wanted her wedding singer to perform for free and was shocked to be turned down, replied that the ‘world doesn’t owe them a living’.
From people trying to blag freebies and discounts, to others trying to wheedle money out of strangers, here Femail reveals some of the most outrageous posts.
Money talks! A creepy bargain hunter asked their seller if they could ‘pay in pleasure’ for the item, rather than cold hard cash
This person in the US is obviously going through a very difficult time but responding in such a nasty way is bad karma. Plus, a discount of $1,100 sounds very unlikely!
No good deed goes unpunished! This individual in the US sent money to a stranger who applied to be their housekeeper after hearing their tale of woe – only for them to ask for more money
Talk about demanding! This man in the US has no time for small change while begging for cash
Who’s right and who’s wrong here? While some parents will no doubt sympathise with the commenter from the US who doesn’t want to fork out more money, the original poster has a point
TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson has become a surprise hit with his show about his Oxfordshire farm Diddly Squat – but you’ll have to pay to watch it
Social media is a great way to find bespoke services but if you aren’t willing to pay for them what’s the point of starting the conversation in the first place
This poor dog, in an unknown location, just needs a good home, but one cheeky commenter took issue with the colour of his coat
You rock my world! An enterprising individual in the UK who devised a way of clearing their property no doubt soon regretted it, when they received this cheeky request
Just stay single! This Tinder user has such an exacting list of requirements, which probably won’t have potential matches queueing up
Beggars can be choosers! After this individual in Vancouver was gifted a free Christmas tree, they promptly tried to give it away because it wasn’t the kind of look they were after
In this case the customer is NOT always right. We are sure they would have more to complain about if there had been a health violation
Don’t all rush at once! How can graduates possibly get experience if these are the requirements for ENTRY level jobs?
That takes the cake! A London baker was not impressed by a request for 25 ‘freebeis’ in return for social media posts