PEOPLE love to complain about how bad they have it, especially pricks who’ve been handed everything on a platter. Here’s what they enjoy whining about:
Their private education and Oxbridge degree
The BBC and other institutions are now actively trying to recruit state-schoolers, which discriminates against those poor unfortunates sent to expensive schools and elite universities in an effort to get them a career that mummy and daddy would be happy talking about at a dinner party. Heavy is the head that’s been given the several-hundred-thousand-pound education.
How they keep being cancelled
People who claim to have been cancelled take every opportunity they can to moan about it to a huge audience of people via television, radio, newspapers and social media. It’s so hard when you share your strange, entitled opinions and people think you’re insane and tell you so. How dare they?
Their good looks
Ugly people don’t understand the terrible stress of having strangers throwing themselves at you all the time. How are hot people meant to know if someone’s genuinely in love with them, or just bedazzled by their immaculate face? The answer is almost certainly neither, but their struggle is still real. In their heads.
Their career anxiety
Do they choose daddy’s friend’s hedge fund, or daddy’s friend’s law firm, or daddy’s friend’s tech start-up? There is such a thing as too much choice, you know, and this poor twat is paralysed by it. So much so that he’s been on his gap year since 2017 getting stoned on a beach in Bali while he agonises over the decision.
Do you earn £500,000 a year? Are you livid that you have to pay 45 per cent of that back in tax? Make sure you write a furious article about it for your Daily Telegraph column, while simultaneously paying a creative accountant a large wad of cash to ensure it’s all moved to an offshore account and you barely pay a penny.