Okay. My daughter went through a phase at 14/15 where she 'demanded' walking around money. I kid you not.
When told no, she had to do chores that were above and beyond the call of duty, like mowing the lawn vs taking out the trash, she threw a walleyed fit, screaming and crying that we never buy her ANYTHING. SHE'S SO DEPRIVED!
So, that day I marched her into her room and proceeded to remove EVERYTHING she'd been given in the last six weeks:
New bed linens, comforter, decor on the wall, her cell phone, her TRUCK KEYS (she wasn't old enough to drive yet, but we were starting her on the dirt roads int he middle of nowhere, so she had a truck, just couldn't take it anywhere), her pillows, her boom box, her make up, her hair products, her soap, her shampoo, EVERYTHING.
I piled it all on the rug in middle of the living room floor.
She didn't get it back until she learned to behave herself and not make demands and to accept no for an answer.
It lay there two weeks. She had to sleep on a bare mattress with whatever pillows and throw blankets she could scrounge out of the guest room. She had to use the el cheapo shampoo that I use, not the fancy schmancy stuff.
After that, if she wanted something, we made her work for money to buy it.
She got a job at 16, and has traded up vehicles multiple times and is now a part time manager at a pizza joint while being two semesters out from being done with college and earning a safety degree.
"We are here to laugh at the odds and live our lives so well that death will tremble to take us."