There's this Kindergartener I know. Not that she is in my current class or anything, but let's say I know this Kindergartener that is a giant pill. This Kindergartener told me the other day that they were not able to drink milk because I first needed to make it chocolate...their parent wanted me to know that this particular child was ONLY supposed to drink chocolate milk. Because of this seemingly bold faced lie, I wrote this child's parents a note (stating kind of sarcastically) that unfortunately I did not have the ingredients to make chocolate milk and it was a state regulation that each child be offered 4 ounces a milk at each lunch.
The next day I received an apology from the parent and a face to face telling me that her child was a bold faced liar and she did not in fact need this child to only drink chocolate milk.
Duh? You think so?
Today's incident? Said child had the gall to upset a sweet little fellow student in a certain Kindergarten class (that shall remain nameless), insisting that this little girl's dessert was in fact their's because they were not provided any. Get this, there was no discussion of who actually brought the dessert, of coarse sweet little child did, but since the brat was not provided dessert by their parent, it was sweet little child's duty to provided it to them.
What? Can you say entitled? Can you say Bratty McBratspants?