I wish I could tell you the adult woman in question was a child (it would have been kind of cute if she was) but she is in her late twenties early thirties and believes she is pretty much entitled to whatever she thinks she needs at that particular moment. Today she told me that she is going to get a job so she can buy whatever she wants whenever she wants "like you do." I told her that, while I encouraged her to get a job and be independent, that she could not just go hold wild spending. "Why not? You get money you buy a house and a car and...and...and..." Clearly, there are mental issues here, but it's hard not to get annoyed with her and her ideas about how she should get everything for free. (And even more annoyed that she seems to think my job supplies me with all the stuff she thinks she needs to survive. )
And another special (but unseen) snowflake: Someone apparently owed a great deal on their library card and therefore were barred from taking out the three DVDs they wanted. SO, they took them into the ladies' restroom, pried open the locked cases...and then took something sharp and carved a tic tac toe board into the back of each one. I guess "If I can't have it, no one can have it." Why they didn't steal them like any of our normal patrons do is beyond me.