What screams “I’m privileged”? by QuestionGuy May 18, 2022, 7:53 pm What screams “I’m privileged”? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMeprivilegedQuestion and Answerscreams See more Previous article Adults who were once suicidal, what are your advices to youngsters who currently are suffering from extreme mental health/emotional health issues? Next article TO SNOWFLAKE LIBRAILS!!!!!11!!!! 37 Comments Leave a Reply Driving a brand new car when you turn 16 Log in to Reply “Money can’t buy happiness.” Log in to Reply To me it screams when I see 7yo with an iphone Log in to Reply Being incapable of using basic household appliances after they move out of their parents’ massive house. Log in to Reply Americans complaining. Log in to Reply Being unable to grasp the concept that your friends might not be able to afford to come on a 5 day skiing holiday with you. Log in to Reply Complaining about how mean words in entertainment or internet are oppressive. Log in to Reply Comparing the human rights record of a country like the United States, Canada, or England to those of non-democracies like Russia, China, or Cuba. You’re just trying to be an edgy leftist and have NO IDEA what its like to live in those countries. Not to say that democratic countries don’t have their problems and shouldn’t be criticized but please get a sense of perspective. Your radical posturing comes off as first world privilege. Log in to Reply High school teen that worked at a bakery gig i had in college. “Fucking parents. Its bullshit! They arent going to pay to let me go to Jamaica for the summer with my friends. Just because i got another MIP. Its not like they have never done shit before!” Teen girl “Mom, dad, here is a list of acceptable cars that you can buy for me.” Log in to Reply Asking “What screams ‘I’m privileged’?” on Reddit. Log in to Reply Private elementary schools Log in to Reply Screaming about other people’s privilege Log in to Reply “Money can’t but happiness” or saying anything similar. My favorite is a conversation I had with someone on here where she said her father died of a heart attack due to the stress of maintaining his lavish lifestyle. Someone replied that their own dad died of a preventable illness because of no healthcare. Guess which person I have more empathy for? Log in to Reply Not having your dog on a leash. Log in to Reply A pet that lives better than most other people. Log in to Reply Complaining about how terrible a first world country is. Log in to Reply Running water in your home. Bonus privilege points if it’s drinkable right out of the tap. Log in to Reply Having a sign in your yard that says “In this house we believe *insert trite political slogan.*” Wealthy suburbs are full of these types of signs. Log in to Reply Having a second fridge and freezer from the early 2000s in your garage. Log in to Reply Now a days, privileged people do. Log in to Reply Clothes Log in to Reply A set of 64 crayons and a fancy lunchbox Log in to Reply Being a woman They get cheaper insurance, less prison time for the same crimes, higher chance of getting accepted into university, courts have a bias towards women where they are awarded custody the vast majority of the time, they get way more charity, have their own social wedge issues take priority in politics, and overall they are treated a lot better by society. They are a privileged class. Log in to Reply Being anti gun Log in to Reply Thinking you know and understand shit better than than you do. In most of the world, they WILL straight up kill you for dissidence of thought. Here in the US, people just want to kill you, but the news calls them bad when they do it, not heroes. Log in to Reply Damn, this all just screams that I’m privileged😂😂😂 Log in to Reply not having to look at prices when grocery shopping Log in to Reply “I don’t really care about politics and voting” Log in to Reply Republicans Log in to Reply [deleted] Log in to Reply Speech structure. Privileged kids tend to have better schools/education, have a much more expansive vocabulary. Log in to Reply Money Log in to Reply I knew a guy in high school who didn’t put any effort into school and would often brag that he didn’t need school because he would be working at his dads successful business Log in to Reply “If you don’t like your job or if you don’t like the working conditions why don’t you just quit?” I am sure all those amazon warehouse employees are just faking and love having to pee in bottles to be able to make quotas. Log in to Reply Their parents paid for their college without taking out a loan Log in to Reply You don’t have to think about what you’re picking at the supermarket, the grocery store, or whatever, you just throw the munchies and then a quick card swipe Log in to Reply Telling people that can’t afford houses that they should work harder. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.