It’s hard to believe people actually act like this!
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“I teach English, at a private school where some of the parents are VERY rich – we knew one parent that had at least five identical Porsches, red, yellow, blue, white, and green, one for every day of the week.
Some of their children have servants at home and from an early age are used to ordering people about – they are like little emperors or empresses. I have seen children being walked to the front gate by an ‘aiyi’ (aunty) who is carrying their school bag; when they reach the school, she would put it on their back. I have also seen some of these children (Who are as young as seven) hit their aiyi, who will cower away from them. She is afraid to do or say anything; one word from that child and she is out of a job.
Anyway, in P1 (Primary one, first year of school in Primary) one little girl was very much a little queen. She tried to tell all the other children in her class what to do and where to go, and ordered them about. Unfortunately, they, too, are all quite rich and as a consequence shunned her. Within a few weeks, neither the boys or girls would talk to her.
Her mother came to school and threatened to have the other children killed unless they made friends with her daughter.
Who told me this? The school principal, who was stunned at what she said to him.
Sadly, the little girl herself was actually pretty and clever and could have been quite a decent person if only they weren’t raising her to think she was the ruler of all she surveyed.”