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Photos: World, meet the biggest jerk on Instagram

Teenagers aren’t exactly renowned for being the best people. We were are all there once, though, remembering how desperately we wanted to be cool. So we should all try to reserve judgment on those under 21 in hopes that they will evolve out of being the absolute worst. 

But sometimes that resolution gets tested – just look at the Instagram feed of @itslavishbitch, someone who claims to be a 17-year-old named Param who lives in San Francisco and exclusively does and posts his awful, horrible spoiled exploits. If you thought RichKidsOfInstagram was gag-inducing, you may want to prepare yourself. 

Parem chronicles his money-spending ways, writing charming captions next to photos making fun of everyone with less cash than he has. Oh look, there’s Param pouring Pellegrino into the toilet. There’s Parem showing off his Cartier bracelet with the caption, “My Cartier bracelet. Something serfs can’t afford.” Even innocuous pictures like him standing in front of the Taj Mahal get ruined by his way with words: “At the seventh wonder of the world hoe.” 

Being a massive jerk with lots of cash is bringing the account a lot of attention, though – it’s only been open for a few months and it has over 100,000 followers, and thousands of people regularly comment (usually to call the guy out, but still). He’s been putting up posts saying he’s giving away thousands of dollars, but there’s no confirmation that any of the alleged “winners” received any money. And he’s getting even more attention for writing a rant on Kim Kardashian’s Instagram calling her a peasant.

It’s not clear if this guy is actually for real or if this is just really brilliant trolling, but either way, the account is worth a glance if you want to know what living in excess and been a teenager looks like through a Valencia filter. 

And if you just can’t get enough, he’s less prolific but equally bananas on his YouTube page

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