His dad told him that while he may have a "well-paying job" other things in his life were in dire need of attention—like his daughter.
When she refused, he called her "selfish" since it was "easy money" that she had never had to work for.
He used most of the money right away to help pay for his student debt and put what was left towards retirement, pledging to never touch it.
"All you're doing is stopping her from making her physical issues the whole family's problem," said one commenter on the Reddit post.
According to the now-viral Reddit post, the teen's stepbrother was saving the money to visit his late friend's father.
Unless things change dramatically, there's no end in sight.
Nearly 75 percent of Americans would be willing to end a friendship for $500 or less of unpaid money, according to a 2017 survey by Bank of America.
"You teach kids money management by having them save up for bikes and game systems, not by charging them rent you weirdo," one user said.
The woman, who remains anonymous, has won some $1.3 million after purchasing her BonoLoto lottery ticket at a tobacco shop in Spain.
"His lack of planning is not your emergency," one commenter mentioned.
Uncle Tommy was almost as angry with his niece as he was with her date, telling her: "You should have got up and walked out!"
"Massive red flag," one user said.
"I'm almost certain this is a tactic to determine how desperate a potential candidate is," one Reddit user responded.
"I repeated that I am not looking for a roommate and left to get back to work," the woman said.
"Rose then told me that if she gave up her Instagram room then her influencer life would be over," the Redditor said.
"He said won't this take away attention from their special day and can't I do it some other time," the man said.
"I'm aghast at the food you're willing to waste. Awful." one user said.
"They've implied they won't give us as much help for houses we like but they don't," the house hunter said.
Donald Trump's critics accused him of burying his ex-wife at his golf course to enjoy the tax breaks, but the story is not that simple.
A video of an ecstatic mother winning big on the slot machines in a casino in Canada has delighted TikTok users.
A sadly common issue has gone viral on Reddit after a user described a less than supportive manager.
"You'll save a lot of money by switching to single," one commenter said after the man recounted the scam.
"I'd say, surely you have plenty of cake left over from yesterday. Have you opened my gifts yet?" one commenter suggested in response to the controversial text.
"I feel terrible and I don't know if I'm entitled to his money but I can't deny that I'm tempted," she admitted.
Leonid Nevzlin said Saturday that Putin "destroys Russian-speaking cities" and "human beings" as "his way to take revenge."
The winning player won the second largest Mega Millions jackpot to date on Friday.
"I told her that by next week all her things will be packed and she'll be out of my house," the homeowner said.
"I told Caitlin that it's a small condo and don't need a roommate anymore," the new homeowner said.