Impatient, Rude, and the Entitled

Impatient, Rude, and the EntitledThey say “patience is a virtue.” However, some people don’t count patience as something to practice. Being impatient appears to be a badge of honor worn by many.

The Impatient

These people express their impatience by:

  • pulling out in front of someone without signaling,
  • running red lights,
  • breaking in line,
  • murdering someone to get insurance proceeds,
  • and many other things that would otherwise require patience.

Their impatience with situations usually causes complications in their lives, such as being involved in car accidents. It’s their way or no way. They don’t like to listen to others and say things that are better left unsaid.

The Unbearably Rude

I’m the type of person that’ll hold the door open for someone who’s walking behind me. However, I learned that not everyone appreciates this gesture.

Years ago, as I held the door open for a woman, who was behind me, she frowned and told me I didn’t have to do that. Now, I won’t lie about the image of the door striking her in the face crossing my mind. At that moment, a wave of evil entered my head and forced me into shaking my head and enjoying an inner chuckle. But, I’m naturally a kind person, and I always wish rude people the best.

Sometimes, it’s difficult for me to understand rude people. I wonder if they’re unhappy with themselves and attempt to project their feelings onto others. Maybe, they need a little one-on-one time with a licensed therapist.

If you crave a taste of rude in your life, you’ll be overflowing with rudeness after a visit to Twitter, Facebook, and other social media platforms. Social media is where the rude congregate and spread their rudeness.

The Entitled

Money and power go hand-in-hand.  When someone has money and power, it’s difficult for them to relate to those who don’t. Thus, this makes them feel entitled to their whims. However, it depends on how money and power were received.

Many self-made people are more relatable. But, there are exceptions to everything.

Entitled people come from different backgrounds. Their entitlement seems to have developed while they were in the womb. Rationalization is their favorite activity.

They think they deserve everything, including things they don’t deserve. If they aren’t royalty, they want you to treat them as such. Bow down is what they expect from the masses.


Unfortunately, the impatient, the rude, and the entitled come from all walks of life. I’m sure you know someone who belongs to one or maybe all of these groups. As much as you would like for them to change, they may never change. We all have a purpose in life, and maybe theirs is to wreak a little havoc in the world.