Unfortunately, there are many real-life Julias.
I wrote a couple of years ago about Olga, a Greek woman who petulantly believed that government was responsible for her empty life.
But we don’t know any details about Olga other than her desire to mooch, so the best real-world examples of Julia may be from England. We have Natalija, a Lithuanian immigrant who has quickly learned bad habits of dependency, and Danny and Gina, two native-born scroungers.
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