The OP writes
And here's the screenshot
To prevent the group from spiraling out of control, the moderators do, however, define what constitutes a “choosy beggar." The guidelines specify that users must "have unreasonable standards or have a comical sense of entitlement" in order to be eligible for a post on the website.
We wish that it were harder to discover people who were like that, but the page unmistakably shows that interactions with picky beggars happen frequently.
Let's head into the comments section and find out what other Redditors have to say
Problem partially solved
She's living off other people's money
They work in the service industry
A system designed for people with serious mental health issues
The OP reveals more in the comments section
I can't post all of her statuses, but basically, she wants people to fix her shit for her. She has had so many jobs and quits all of them because she doesn't feel like going in, she tried therapy but quit because medications weren't solving all her problems. She does need help but doesn't want to help herself
It sounds strange to this Redditor
Someone should figure this out
How her life will be way easier
The BF should get a job
She's in a bad spot right now
It's a common belief that those who are beggars cannot be choosers. The adage has a lot of truth and is worth repeating, regardless of whether your mother said it to you when she offered you a cookie—just not the kind you wanted!—or you had to use it to cope with a demanding houseguest who had abused your hospitality.
It's obvious that many beggars attempt to be picky even if they aren't supposed to be. Let us know in the comments if you have ever dealt with an entitled person who expects too much of you.