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5th Nov '16 8:10:43 AM saxkitten
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* Ryuko Matio from ''Anime/KillLaKill'' is actually pretty spoiled......[[spoiler:by the writers themselves no less;]] as agreed upon by two members of Website/DeviantArt.
31st Oct '16 11:55:45 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* Kid Trunks from ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' comes off as one.

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* Kid Trunks from ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' comes off as one. Unlike the selfless and heroic Future Trunks who grew up [[AfterTheEnd in the ruins of a world destroyed by the Androids]], Kid Trunks grew up in a peaceful world as the treasured child of a rich family, with his not-dead-this-time father [[ArrogantKungFuGuy Vegeta]] as his trainer and [[WellDoneSonGuy primary male role model]], rather than Gohan.
31st Oct '16 11:50:45 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* , Shūtarō Mendō, of ''Manga/UruseiYatsura.'' Mendō might border on being a RoyalBrat, due to the fact his family is insanely wealthy (among other things, they have their own private army and own a considerable chunk of Japan). Mendō is also a HandsomeLech, has to have his servants around to cover his every whim, sometimes throws tantrums when girls don't pay attention to him, and tends to treat others of the lower class like dirt.

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* , Shūtarō Mendō, of ''Manga/UruseiYatsura.'' Mendō might border on being a RoyalBrat, due to the fact his family is insanely wealthy (among other things, they have their own private army and own a considerable chunk of Japan). Mendō is also a HandsomeLech, has to have his servants around to cover his every whim, sometimes throws tantrums when girls don't pay attention to him, and tends to treat others of the lower class like dirt.
7th Oct '16 5:12:51 PM foxley
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* Angela in the "Quebec province 1975" segment of ''Film/TheUncanny''. Her cruelty to Lucy earns a terrible fate at the ends of her cousin and her cat.
1st Oct '16 8:06:38 AM TommyTiger
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** Angel Bunny, Fluttershy's rabbit companion, has shown extreme signs of this as of [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E19PuttingYourHoofDown "Putting Your Hoof Down"]], throwing a violent temper tantrum and actually physically attacking Fluttershy over a salad, of all things.

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** Angel Bunny, Fluttershy's rabbit companion, has shown extreme signs of this as of [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E19PuttingYourHoofDown "Putting Your Hoof Down"]], throwing a violent temper tantrum and actually physically attacking Fluttershy over a salad, of all things.]]
* D.W. ain't got nothing on the characters of WesternAnimation/PeppaPig, which is the biggest complaint of the series.
** George doesn't take the cake, but ''steals'' it. He always [[OcularGushers cries]] to the point of being TheScrappy, has no real friends but Mr. Dinosaur and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking doesn't like to take baths]].
24th Sep '16 2:05:07 PM rafi
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* Angelica Pickles of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}''. Was mostly extremely spoiled in the early seasons. There is an episode of the earlier seasons, where the parents takes a quiz of fifty questions to determine whether or not their children are spoiled brats. Didi worries about pampering Tommy too much because she answered "Yes" to one of the questions. Chaz reassures her that answering up to ten with "Yes" is quite normal. Drew answered "Yes" to forty-nine and a half of them, and considers ceasing to spoil his daughter. However, given and hinted that Lipschitz is a "crackpot", Drew decides to not take his advice, and [[StatusQuoIsGod Angelica remains spoiled]]. In later episodes, Angelica is not exactly as much of a spoiled brat as before, but her bossiness still hasn't changed. much.
* Paulina from ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom''.
** Jazz Fenton is this to a certain extent.
* Princess Morbucks from ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' is this to a ridiculous extent.
* Sarah from ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' certainly qualifies.
** Eddy could certainly qualify, as well.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' has Trixie Tang and Veronica plus her clique boys and Remy Buxaplenty.
** [[TookALevelInJerkass Timmy]] has been [[NotSoAboveItAll sometimes]] said to be one [[RecycledINSPACE WITH MAGIC]] by the fanbase during seasons 4-6.
* Elisabeth Delmas, a.k.a. Sissi (yes, that is indeed her nickname) from ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'', whose father is the headmaster of Kadic Academy, where she and the rest of the heroes go to school.
** She actually started out SpoiledSweet (and [[spoiler: ends that way too]]), her obnoxious personality was largely an [[NiceJobBreakingItHero inadvertant result of the heroes' behavior.]]



* Male example: there's a bratty boy named Gavin who sometimes appears on ''TheSimpsons'', bawling out his mother if she displays any reluctance to cater to his latest whim. He frequently refers to her by degoratory names such as "Stupid" on a casual basis as well. A particularly ironic scene when Bart is caught shoplifting a videogame his mother refused to buy him, as he's been taken away Gavin's mother shakes her head saying "The parents of that kid are really messing him up".
** Bart Simpson himself used to come off this way, if only by default because he was so disobedient and disrespectful but [[KarmaHoudini never seemed to get punished severely for these actions]]. One episode played this up by having Bart repeatedly play pranks and pull obnoxious stunts, leading his teacher to demand that Marge and Homer discipline him. Marge really did try, but her efforts were all futile because Homer constantly felt sorry for Bart and would undo Marge's punishments when she wasn't there.
* Wendy O. / Kootie Pie Koopa from the various ''SuperMarioBros'' cartoons is a huge example. One of her catchphrases is simply "I WANT IT! I WANT IT! I WANT IT!" ([[http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=X-FApni9YVM See for yourself!]]) She once demanded, and was given, ''[[ShinyNewAustralia Antarctica]]'', and then briefly demanded to be Empress of America.
* Lisa Rental in ''WesternAnimation/SheepInTheBigCity''.
* Shapey in ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel''. Bad enough he seems to have a behavioral problem, his parents (and Orel, by their command) turn a blind eye to his destructive behavior, and cater to his every whim, lest the neighbors complain about his high-pitched screaming. Later on he does grow out of it and in the DistantFinale he grows up to become a decidedly functioning adult.
** Clay as a kid qualifies. The reason why he becomes this is because of his religious fanatic mother.

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* Male example: there's ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'':
** Roger is referred to as
a bratty boy named Gavin who sometimes appears on ''TheSimpsons'', bawling spoiled brat a few times in one episode, and he and Stan tend to embody this trope whenever enabled, usually by Francine.
** Steve and Hayley, the actual kids of the family, have the odd bout of this as well, even if it's more
out his mother if she displays any reluctance to cater to his latest whim. He frequently refers to her by degoratory names such as "Stupid" on a casual basis as well. A particularly ironic scene when Bart is caught shoplifting a videogame his mother refused to buy him, as he's been taken away Gavin's mother shakes her head saying "The of defiance of their parents of that kid are really messing him up".
than being spoiled by them.
** Bart Simpson himself used to come off this way, if only by default because he was so disobedient and disrespectful but [[KarmaHoudini never seemed to get punished severely for these actions]]. One episode played this up by having Bart repeatedly play pranks and pull obnoxious stunts, leading his teacher to demand that Marge and Homer discipline him. Marge really did try, but her efforts were all futile because Homer constantly felt sorry for Bart and would undo Marge's punishments when she wasn't there.
* Wendy O. / Kootie Pie Koopa from the various ''SuperMarioBros'' cartoons is a huge example. One of her catchphrases is simply "I WANT IT! I WANT IT! I WANT IT!" ([[http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=X-FApni9YVM See for yourself!]]) She once demanded, and was given, ''[[ShinyNewAustralia Antarctica]]'', and then briefly demanded to be Empress of America.
* Lisa Rental in ''WesternAnimation/SheepInTheBigCity''.
* Shapey in ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel''. Bad enough he seems to have a behavioral problem, his parents (and Orel, by their command) turn a blind eye to his destructive behavior, and cater to his every whim, lest the neighbors complain about his high-pitched screaming. Later on he does grow out of it and in the DistantFinale he grows up to become a decidedly functioning adult.
** Clay as a kid qualifies. The reason why he
Steve becomes this is because an extreme example after Haley elopes with Jeff Fischer. Stan and Francine both think the other's parenting methods drove Haley away, so after a [[ItMakesSenseInContext bike race to decide how they raise Steve, which Francine wins]], Francine's extremely laid back parenting methods turn Steve into a fat, lethargic brat who practically lives on the couch. [[spoiler:He ''still'' turns out better than the clone of him Stan had made due to Stan's belief that his religious fanatic mother.way of parenting is better. Stan's extremely strict parenting methods turn the Steve clone into a cat-killing psychopath who fakes running away and abducts the real Steve to take his place. The [[AnAesop moral]] of the story is that Stan and Francine's parenting methods need to balance each other out.]]



* Eric Cartman of ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''. Here's one of his milder examples:
-->'''Cartman:''' Mom, can you get me some Weight Gain 4000?\\
'''Cartman's Mom:''' Okay Eric. I'll get you some at the store tomorrow.\\
'''Cartman:''' But mom, I need it for tomorrow!\\
'''Cartman's Mom:''' But, tomorrow is grocery day, Eric.\\
'''Cartman:''' ''Mooooooom'' (''whines incoherently'')\\
'''Cartman's Mom:''' Okay, okay. Well, I guess I'll be going to the store now, then.\\
'''Cartman:''' (''smiles'') Sweet.
* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'':
** Roger is referred to as a spoiled brat a few times in one episode, and he and Stan tend to embody this trope whenever enabled, usually by Francine.
** Steve and Hayley, the actual kids of the family, have the odd bout of this as well, even if it's more out of defiance of their parents than being spoiled by them.
** Steve becomes an extreme example after Haley elopes with Jeff Fischer. Stan and Francine both think the other's parenting methods drove Haley away, so after a [[ItMakesSenseInContext bike race to decide how they raise Steve, which Francine wins]], Francine's extremely laid back parenting methods turn Steve into a fat, lethargic brat who practically lives on the couch. [[spoiler:He ''still'' turns out better than the clone of him Stan had made due to Stan's belief that his way of parenting is better. Stan's extremely strict parenting methods turn the Steve clone into a cat-killing psychopath who fakes running away and abducts the real Steve to take his place. The [[AnAesop moral]] of the story is that Stan and Francine's parenting methods need to balance each other out.]]
* Jeremy Creek in ''WesternAnimation/TheTownSantaForgot'': He starts out spoiled until his parents stop buying him toys, he then gets the idea of writing a HUGE Christmas list to Santa but [[spoiler:all the toys he wanted went to a town with his name, thus seeing the selfishness of his ways, he decides to reform, and therefore becomes generous]]



* Snivley from ''WesternAnimation/YogisFirstChristmas''.
* Brattina from ''WesternAnimation/PoundPuppies1980s''.
* Teela is portrayed like this in most versions of ''Franchise/MastersOfTheUniverse'', except for [[Film/MastersOfTheUniverse the movie]]!
* Montana Max from ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' is a pretty blatant example. He's even referred to as one multiple times.
* Caleb, a one shot character from ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill''.
* A WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes retelling of the Goldilocks story has a girl mouse encountering three cats - Sylvester, his wife, and his son, who is constantly referred to as a spoiled brat, and that's apparently his name too.
** Said son was Sylvester Jr, more known for his appearances in the Hippity Hopper shorts. While not quite as pronounced as in said short, he is often a condescending little know-it-all who whines or expresses shame for his father whenever he doesn't add up to his standards of an ideal role model or formidable vermin chaser.

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* Snivley from ''WesternAnimation/YogisFirstChristmas''.
* Brattina from ''WesternAnimation/PoundPuppies1980s''.
* Teela
In ''WesternAnimation/BarbieAndTheSecretDoor'', the BigBad is portrayed like a little brat named Malucia who wants all of the magic in the land for herself.
* Claire Brewster on ''WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}}'' is
this in its most versions of ''Franchise/MastersOfTheUniverse'', except obnoxious way. She talks in Valley speak and takes no more delight than when she tries to humiliate Lydia. She'd succeed if not for [[Film/MastersOfTheUniverse the movie]]!
Ghost with the Most.
* Montana Max Elisabeth Delmas, a.k.a. Sissi (yes, that is indeed her nickname) from ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'', whose father is a pretty blatant example. He's even referred to as one multiple times.
* Caleb, a one shot character from ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill''.
* A WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes retelling
the headmaster of Kadic Academy, where she and the rest of the Goldilocks story has a girl mouse encountering three cats - Sylvester, his wife, and his son, who is constantly referred heroes go to as a spoiled brat, and that's apparently his name too.
school.
** Said son She actually started out SpoiledSweet (and [[spoiler: ends that way too]]), her obnoxious personality was Sylvester Jr, more known for his appearances in largely an [[NiceJobBreakingItHero inadvertant result of the Hippity Hopper shorts. While not quite as pronounced as in said short, he is often a condescending little know-it-all who whines or expresses shame for his heroes' behavior.]]
* Paulina from ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom''. Her
father whenever he doesn't add up can rent out a country club for her birthday.
%%* Sarah from ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' certainly qualifies.
%%** Eddy could certainly qualify, as well.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' has Trixie Tang and Veronica plus her clique boys and Remy Buxaplenty.
** [[TookALevelInJerkass Timmy]] has been [[NotSoAboveItAll sometimes]] said
to his standards of an ideal role model or formidable vermin chaser.be one [[RecycledINSPACE WITH MAGIC]] by the fanbase during seasons 4-6.
%%* Connie D'Amico and Jake Tucker from ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''.
* Pistol on ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'' is extremely demanding and is favored by her father. She successfully goaded him into giving her 100 dollars for no reason at one point, despite being kindergarten age.



* A season two episode of ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'' sees Jackie and Jade helping an incredibly rich ManChild search for a mythical lost city. The guy's long-suffering butler has it even worse, as he has to put up with his employer's every demand even after [[spoiler:they are both magicallly de-aged.]] First lines of the episode?
-->'''Jackie:''' I cannot believe I am stuck in the jungle with such a spoiled brat.\\
'''Jade:''' (''hurt'') You invited me!\\
'''Jackie:''' I was talking about HIM!
* Pizzazz from ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'' is an adult but a SpoiledBrat nevertheless. She has a horrible attitude, gets angry easily, is constantly begging her daddy for things, and hates being second in anything. In "Father's Day" we're actually given a backstory that Pizzazz started acting out when her mother abandoned her as a child. Her millionaire dad spoiled her with gifts instead of actual attention and this didn't help her situation.
* Caleb, a one shot character from ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill''.
* The Bisket Twins from ''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012'', to the point of near absurdity. They're so used to their wealth they barely seem to function without it.



* A WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes retelling of the Goldilocks story has a girl mouse encountering three cats - Sylvester, his wife, and his son, who is constantly referred to as a spoiled brat, and that's apparently his name too.
** Said son was Sylvester Jr, more known for his appearances in the Hippity Hopper shorts. While not quite as pronounced as in said short, he is often a condescending little know-it-all who whines or expresses shame for his father whenever he doesn't add up to his standards of an ideal role model or formidable vermin chaser.
* Teela is portrayed like this in most versions of ''Franchise/MastersOfTheUniverse'', except for [[Film/MastersOfTheUniverse the movie]]!
* Shapey in ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel''. Bad enough he seems to have a behavioral problem, his parents (and Orel, by their command) turn a blind eye to his destructive behavior, and cater to his every whim, lest the neighbors complain about his high-pitched screaming. Later on he does grow out of it and in the DistantFinale he grows up to become a decidedly functioning adult.
** Clay as a kid qualifies. The reason why he becomes this is because of his religious fanatic mother.
* Apple of ''WesternAnimation/MotherUp'' swings between her normal personality of SpoiledSweet and this. Whenever she's affected by too much sugar or performance-enhancing drugs, Apple turns into a demanding little monster.



%%* Brattina from ''WesternAnimation/PoundPuppies1980s''.
* Princess Morbucks from ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' is this to a ridiculous extent.
* Angelica Pickles of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}''. Was mostly extremely spoiled in the early seasons. There is an episode of the earlier seasons, where the parents takes a quiz of fifty questions to determine whether or not their children are spoiled brats. Didi worries about pampering Tommy too much because she answered "Yes" to one of the questions. Chaz reassures her that answering up to ten with "Yes" is quite normal. Drew answered "Yes" to forty-nine and a half of them, and considers ceasing to spoil his daughter. However, given and hinted that Lipschitz is a "crackpot", Drew decides to not take his advice, and [[StatusQuoIsGod Angelica remains spoiled]]. In later episodes, Angelica is not exactly as much of a spoiled brat as before, but her bossiness still hasn't changed. much.
%%* Lisa Rental in ''WesternAnimation/SheepInTheBigCity''.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** Male example: there's a bratty boy named Gavin who sometimes appears, bawling out his mother if she displays any reluctance to cater to his latest whim. He frequently refers to her by degoratory names such as "Stupid" on a casual basis as well. A particularly ironic scene when Bart is caught shoplifting a videogame his mother refused to buy him, as he's been taken away Gavin's mother shakes her head saying "The parents of that kid are really messing him up".
** Bart Simpson himself used to come off this way, if only by default because he was so disobedient and disrespectful but [[KarmaHoudini never seemed to get punished severely for these actions]]. One episode played this up by having Bart repeatedly play pranks and pull obnoxious stunts, leading his teacher to demand that Marge and Homer discipline him. Marge really did try, but her efforts were all futile because Homer constantly felt sorry for Bart and would undo Marge's punishments when she wasn't there.
** Harper Jambowski, a girl and one-shot character. Her fater Mike Jambowski, is extremely rich, which turned Harper into a selfish and spoiled kid. She didn't let Lisa participate in any of the activities they've done together, although it's shown that she can be good sometimes. She buys Lisa a new, expensive bike, but Lisa refuses it, making Harper upset, since Lisa would "rather have (her) crappy bike". They discuss this and decide to end their friendship.
* Eric Cartman of ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''. Here's one of his milder examples:
-->'''Cartman:''' Mom, can you get me some Weight Gain 4000?\\
'''Cartman's Mom:''' Okay Eric. I'll get you some at the store tomorrow.\\
'''Cartman:''' But mom, I need it for tomorrow!\\
'''Cartman's Mom:''' But, tomorrow is grocery day, Eric.\\
'''Cartman:''' ''Mooooooom'' (''whines incoherently'')\\
'''Cartman's Mom:''' Okay, okay. Well, I guess I'll be going to the store now, then.\\
'''Cartman:''' (''smiles'') Sweet.
* Wendy O. / Kootie Pie Koopa from the various ''SuperMarioBros'' cartoons is a huge example. One of her catchphrases is simply "I WANT IT! I WANT IT! I WANT IT!" ([[http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=X-FApni9YVM See for yourself!]]) She once demanded, and was given, ''[[ShinyNewAustralia Antarctica]]'', and then briefly demanded to be Empress of America.
* Montana Max from ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' is a pretty blatant example. He's even referred to as one multiple times.



* Pistol on ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'' is extremely demanding and is favored by her father. She successfully goaded him into giving her 100 dollars for no reason at one point, despite being kindergarten age.
* A season two episode of ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'' sees Jackie and Jade helping an incredibly rich ManChild search for a mythical lost city. The guy's long-suffering butler has it even worse, as he has to put up with his employer's every demand even after [[spoiler:they are both magicallly de-aged.]] First lines of the episode?
-->'''Jackie:''' I cannot believe I am stuck in the jungle with such a spoiled brat.\\
'''Jade:''' (''hurt'') You invited me!\\
'''Jackie:''' I was talking about HIM!
* Apple of ''WesternAnimation/MotherUp'' swings between her normal personality of SpoiledSweet and this. Whenever she's affected by too much sugar or performance-enhancing drugs, Apple turns into a demanding little monster.
* In ''WesternAnimation/BarbieAndTheSecretDoor'', the BigBad is a little brat named Malucia who wants all of the magic in the land for herself.
* Claire Brewster on ''WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}}'' is this in its most obnoxious way. She talks in Valley speak and takes no more delight than when she tries to humiliate Lydia. She'd succeed if not for the Ghost with the Most.
* The Bisket Twins from ''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012'', to the point of near absurdity. They're so used to their wealth they barely seem to function without it.
* Pizzazz from ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'' is an adult but a SpoiledBrat nevertheless. She has a horrible attitude, gets angry easily, is constantly begging her daddy for things, and hates being second in anything. In "Father's Day" we're actually given a backstory that Pizzazz started acting out when her mother abandoned her as a child. Her millionaire dad spoiled her with gifts instead of actual attention and this didn't help her situation.
* Connie D'Amico and Jake Tucker from ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''.

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* Pistol on ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'' is extremely demanding and is favored by her father. She successfully goaded Jeremy Creek in ''WesternAnimation/TheTownSantaForgot'': He starts out spoiled until his parents stop buying him into giving her 100 dollars for no reason at one point, despite being kindergarten age.
* A season two episode
toys, he then gets the idea of ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'' sees Jackie and Jade helping an incredibly rich ManChild search for writing a mythical lost city. The guy's long-suffering butler has it even worse, as HUGE Christmas list to Santa but [[spoiler:all the toys he has wanted went to put up a town with his employer's every demand even after [[spoiler:they are both magicallly de-aged.]] First lines of name, thus seeing the episode?
-->'''Jackie:''' I cannot believe I am stuck in the jungle with such a spoiled brat.\\
'''Jade:''' (''hurt'') You invited me!\\
'''Jackie:''' I was talking about HIM!
* Apple
selfishness of ''WesternAnimation/MotherUp'' swings between her normal personality of SpoiledSweet his ways, he decides to reform, and this. Whenever she's affected by too much sugar or performance-enhancing drugs, Apple turns into a demanding little monster.
* In ''WesternAnimation/BarbieAndTheSecretDoor'', the BigBad is a little brat named Malucia who wants all of the magic in the land for herself.
* Claire Brewster on ''WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}}'' is this in its most obnoxious way. She talks in Valley speak and takes no more delight than when she tries to humiliate Lydia. She'd succeed if not for the Ghost with the Most.
* The Bisket Twins
therefore becomes generous]]
%%* Snivley
from ''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012'', to the point of near absurdity. They're so used to their wealth they barely seem to function without it.
* Pizzazz from ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'' is an adult but a SpoiledBrat nevertheless. She has a horrible attitude, gets angry easily, is constantly begging her daddy for things, and hates being second in anything. In "Father's Day" we're actually given a backstory that Pizzazz started acting out when her mother abandoned her as a child. Her millionaire dad spoiled her with gifts instead of actual attention and this didn't help her situation.
* Connie D'Amico and Jake Tucker from ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''.
''WesternAnimation/YogisFirstChristmas''.
19th Sep '16 8:40:20 PM nombretomado
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* Like the picture above, [[ArchieComics Veronica]] wants to get a job like all her friends have, but she's just not motivated enough to actually apply for one. In one comic chapter, everyone is busy with their summer jobs... except Veronica. She has no siblings (that we see, anyway), and her parents are busy running the family corporate empire, so she's pretty much alone and already bored with the empty days of summer vacation. She wished she had something to do, even a job, because this boredom is driving her crazy. Archie eventually comes by and visits, telling her about this one position open at the jewelry shop in the nearby mall. He says this position would be perfect for her, since she wears so much of it. Veronica looks like she's going to accept... then decides not to, because she's so wealthy she doesn't need to work. Apparently, having loads of money means one can never get an actual job, even if it's just to pass the time.

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* Like the picture above, [[ArchieComics [[Franchise/ArchieComics Veronica]] wants to get a job like all her friends have, but she's just not motivated enough to actually apply for one. In one comic chapter, everyone is busy with their summer jobs... except Veronica. She has no siblings (that we see, anyway), and her parents are busy running the family corporate empire, so she's pretty much alone and already bored with the empty days of summer vacation. She wished she had something to do, even a job, because this boredom is driving her crazy. Archie eventually comes by and visits, telling her about this one position open at the jewelry shop in the nearby mall. He says this position would be perfect for her, since she wears so much of it. Veronica looks like she's going to accept... then decides not to, because she's so wealthy she doesn't need to work. Apparently, having loads of money means one can never get an actual job, even if it's just to pass the time.
4th Sep '16 4:38:09 AM Morgenthaler
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** Prussia is apparently also this, as WordOfGod says that the reason he is [[ItsAllAboutMe the way]] [[ManChild he is]] is because the Pope would let him do whatever he wanted when he was [[TheTeutonicKnights a child]].

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** Prussia is apparently also this, as WordOfGod says that the reason he is [[ItsAllAboutMe the way]] [[ManChild he is]] is because the Pope would let him do whatever he wanted when he was [[TheTeutonicKnights [[UsefulNotes/TheTeutonicKnights a child]].
29th Aug '16 4:56:52 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* In ''Literature/TheSecretGarden'', both Colin and Mary are this, at first. But Mary was ignored by her mother and Colin by his father, and playmates and exposure to garden and the wild cure them.

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* In ''Literature/TheSecretGarden'', both Colin and Mary are this, at first. But Mary acts like this because she was ignored cared for by servants who were instructed to give her mother and her way in all things so her crying wouldn't disturb her [[ParentalNeglect neglectful mother]]. Colin was neglected by his father, father and playmates coddled and exposure to garden and treated as an invalid by the wild cure them.servants because of his (possibly) crooked back.
14th Aug '16 4:23:34 PM waters20
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* Bryana from ''Series/TheBernieMacShow'' has become this in later seasons through {{Flanderization}}.
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