This Genius Spent his Financial Loan Money on a Trip to Thailand and Bragged About it
Trending on Youtube and social media at the moment is this guy:
What’d he do? Simply put he blew his student loan of $2500 to go to Thailand with his girlfriend. It was a loan from the US government which was used to fund an out-of-the-country adventure.
That was OK and all, but he had to post his Thailand video on Youtube and start it by showing the printed itinerary and claiming that he used the money which was intended for school.
Watch the video below and go have a large facepalm afterwards.
Here are some of the choice comments on the video straight from Youtube:
FireVortex7201: Good to see the American taxpayers’ money being put to good use. You do realise that you have taken money out of America and invested it into Thailand. Money that can no longer return to the US.
John Salmeier: Better title would be, “How I Spent My Financial Aid Like A DOUCHE!”
EllieEllieOxenFree28: I hope the government makes you pay all that money back, with interest. Plus, I hope you face serious legal repercussions for misusing educational funds that were made possible by American taxpayers. I also want to add that you are a total dipshit (and a cunt) for not only misusing these funds, but also publicly announcing that you have done so. You dumbass.
Alanna Grace: Wow! Not only is this incredibly stupid on your part but it is also extremely selfish. There’s no way that this isn’t going to get back to your school. Either they’ll expect you to pay this money back or you’ll never be getting any grants or bursaries from them again. Bursaries and grants are there to help students pay for tuition and school expenses. You directly took that $2500 away from someone who could have actually used it to get themselves through the semester. As someone who partially relies on financial aid to get an education, this video makes me so fucking angry. So congrats, you’re a huge fucking douchebag.
Well at least he admits in the end that he has to earn back the money so, good job.