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Woman Intentionally Has Baby With Deadbeat Dad, Fumes Over Brother Not Backing Baby Financially

Cheers to this week's "Am I The A$$hole?" family drama! The original poster (OP) tells all about his sister who got pregnant with a deadbeat dude on purpose, even though she's still in school and doesn't have the financial means of supporting a baby. Even though her baby daddy told her he would support the baby, he already had kids with two other women who he failed to financially support. Nonetheless, she still had a baby with him. When she saw that he couldn't pull through on his promise, she demanded that her brother help her out financially. He said that it was her choice to have the baby, and therefore she has to live with the consequences. Most Redditors decided that he wasn't in the wrong, but what do you think? Scroll down for all the details. 

aita family drama | thumbnail text - r/AmItheAsshole · Posted by u/madabbouttt 8 hours ago 2 AITA for telling my sister her bad choice to have a kid with a deadbeat dad isn't my fault? I (25m) don't think what i said is bad but who knows maybe I'm wrong. My sister (26f) met her bf "D" 2 years ago. He's also 26 and lemme just say dude is a loser. He has 5 kids with 2 other women he doesn't see and since we've known him he's been between jobs. My parents don't like him because my stepdad loaned hi
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Woman Calls Out Delusional Sister For Failing To Properly Homeschool Her Kids

In this week's "Am I The A$$hole?" family drama, two sisters are at each other's necks due to their different parenting methods when it comes to schooling their children. In the thread, the original poster shares how her sister decided to homeschool her kids because she had a terrible time in school as someone with undiagnosed ADHD. While OP agreed that homeschooling sounds great in theory, she claimed that her sister hasn't been properly educating her children at all. Apparently, all the kids do all day is roam around, watch TV, or play on their computers and iPad. When she tried to convince OP to do the same with her kids, OP said there was no way in hell, which deeply offended her sister. In my opinion, your sister is one of the only people in the world who can be real with you, therefore OP was definitely not in the wrong here. What do you guys think? Scroll down for more details into the drama. 

aita thread about delusional mother | thumbnail text - Posted by u/Willing_Occasion501 11 hours ago 3 5 A 3 AITA for “mom shaming" my sister? My (28F) sister and her wife (32F, 33F) have 3 kids (12F, 10F, 7M). All three kids are 'unschooled', basically meaning they don't go to school or homeschool. My sister had undiagnosed ADHD until college and was miserable in school, so she said she didn't wanna put her kids through that. My sister explained it as letting them learn naturally at their own pa
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Old-Fashioned Family Refuses To Participate In Potluck Dinners, Demands Couple Cook For Them

Another week on Reddit's infamous "Am I The A$$hole?" subreddit calls for another family drama thread. In this week's episode of family drama, OP tells us about her husband's big family who expects them to host meals all the time. Because the family is old-fashioned, they expect all the responsibility to fall on the wife. When OP and her husband suggested the regular dinners switch to a potluck with everyone contributing, the rest of the family was not having it, so the couple finally said they wouldn't be hosting anymore if they didn't switch to a potluck. Scroll down for all the juicy details of this one, ladies and gents. 

aita thread about family drama | thumbnail text - Font - A r/AmItheAsshole · Posted by u/Adadene 21 hours ago O 4 2 S4 E 12 AITA for telling my husbands family that all family dinners need to be potluck or we won't be there
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Guys Debate Whether Violence Is Ever The Answer In Sketchy Situations

We love going into the AskMen subreddit from time to time to see WTF going on through guys' heads. This week, a man posted about how close he was to throwing arms with a guy at a bar who crossed one too many lines with his girlfriend. A creepy guy at the bar grabbed his bicep while the OP was trying to protect his girlfriend, and while OP debated fighting back, his GF ultimately convinced him to leave the bar in peace. Phew. OP had me in the first half, not gonna lie. After this close call, OP had a question for his fellow-men - when is it okay to rest the violence? Is violence ever the answer depending on the situation? Scroll down to see what these dudes had to say. 

is violence ever the answer | thumbnail text - Mardanis · 1d If you have the confidence to walk away, you've won. When you don't react and all they've got left is violence, you've won. It irritates scumbags massively when they cannot get a rise or reaction out of you.
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Woman Miscarries, Baby Daddy Leaves Her To Marry Her Sister

Reddit's "Am I The A$$hole?" subreddit is known for some pretty crazy family drama, but this particular thread is a tough one to swallow. After marrying her high school sweetheart, these newlyweds experienced a miscarriage that completely shattered their relationship. Even though they stayed together, she found out that he had cozied up to her sister behind closed doors. Behind she knew it, they were getting married! The worst part? Her sister told her maybe her baby died for a reason - so that she could get her happy ending. Talk about narcissistic! We are horrified. Scroll down for all the messed-up details behind what drives this messed-up family

sister drama on aita | thumbnail text - aita ruining my sister's wedding. Not hole Throwaway account and please don't repost anywhere else 24f with my ex fiancé N (27) since 13 and he 15. He my first love, my first everything got engaged 20 and about 6 months after found out were expecting. Unfortunately miscarried couple days later worst moment our lives.
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Woman Calls Sister For 'Emergency' Babysitting, Even Though Husband Was Fully Home

It's such a blessing to be able to lean on your family members from time to time. Sometimes you'll need an extra hand while moving apartments, someone to water your plants while you're on vacation, and then of course a babysitter for the times you're in a pinch and can't find anyone else. These are all totally normal requests, but they're favors, and should definitely not be taken for granted. If you expect your sister to babysit for free, maybe wait for a time when your fully capable husband isn't already at home.

Woman Calls Sister For 'Emergency' Babysitting, Even Though Husband Was Fully Home| thumbnail text - Posted by u/Throwaway9876-57 4 hours ago 9 5 2 3 13 13 + AITA for calling my sisters husband useless?
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Fed Up Fiance Demands Bride Choose Between Him And Her Overbearing Parents

Reddit's infamous "Am I The A$$hole?" subreddit is always rife with drama at weddings and within families. A fresh thread we recently uncovered seems to have all the ingredients necessary for one juicy story. In this one, we've got overbearing parents trying to gain full control over the entire wedding, the bride-to-be who is blindly listening to everything they say, and her beyond pissed off and fed up fiance who wants nothing to do with their shenanigans. His future mother-in-law literally had the audacity to demand he change his best man of choice because she wasn't a fan. If that's not majorly overstepping her boundaries, we don't know what is. She went on to book a venue without asking either the bride or groom for confirmation. When we said this one was full of drama, we weren't kidding. Scroll down for more juicy details, and make your call on who the a$$hole in this situation is. 

wedding drama aita | thumbnail text - r/AmItheAsshole · Posted by u/throw354235 9 hours ago 9 12 3 3 A 9 AITA For telling my fianceé she's either with me or against me in this conflict? So My fianceè (F, 24) & I (M, 27) got engaged in may and are currently planning for our wedeing in Aug. It's worth mentioning that I'm the sole earner because my fianceé is still in University, I've saved up decent amount of money to afford the wedding.
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Latino Coworkers Don't Realize Woman Can Understand Their Nasty Gossiping

Knowing multiple languages is useful for a multitude of reasons. It can help you get into college, opens you up to more opportunities, and it allows you to catch people in the act when they're talking sh*t about you. It's amazing how quickly people assume, based solely on how somebody looks, whether they can speak a certain language. It's incredibly embarrassing for them, but they deserve to be called tf out.

Latino Coworkers Don't Realize Woman Can Understand Their Nasty Gossiping| thumbnail text - Posted by u/FastManner8680 1 day ago 2 + AITA For Not Disclosing To My Coworkers That I Understand Them? Not the A-hole
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Rude Girlfriend Complains At Family Wedding To Bride Because There Was 'Too Much Cheese'

It can be really difficult to have food limitations.A lot of people struggle with them every day for various health reasons. People are gluten-intolerant, vegetarian, nut-free,  lactose-intolerant, etc etc. When it's something you live with, you usually develop ways to ensure that there will be a food option for you wherever you go, since you can't really expect everyone to automatically be aware of and accommodate for your individual restrictions, especially if they're not life or death. However, some people forget that they're not the main character, and expect others to constantly bend over backward for them...

Rude Girlfriend Complains At Family Wedding To Bride Because There Was 'Too Much Cheese'| thumbnail text - Posted by u/Low-Special-8668 15 hours ago 33 2 9 É AITA for being honest with my boyfriend's mom when she asked if I was enjoying her wedding?
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Homophobic Mother-In-Law Continuously Tries To Guilt Son's Fiance Into Converting

Mothers-In-Law aren't always a handful, but when you look at the 'Am I The A-Hole' community page on Reddit, it can really seem that way. It is true on some level that they will always put their own child's needs first, considering they are blood, but that doesn't mean they have to be completely awful to their child's spouse. We wonder how many in-laws are the entire reason that some couples don't make it because their snide comments and lack of boundaries can sure do a lot of damage.

Homophobic Mother-In-Law Continuously Tries To Guilt Son's Fiance Into Converting| Thumbnail text - r/AmltheAsshole u/30PercentSane · 20h 3 AITA for throwing my mother-in-law out of the house when she asked me to convert? Not the A-hole
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Rich Guy Takes GF On Luxurious Family Trip, Expects Her To Pay For Half Of Everything

Money isn't always a sensitive topic. People who have a lot of it don't tend to get triggered when wages begin to be discussed. However, if you've ever lived paycheck to paycheck you know the anxiety that immediately follows the mentioning of finances. It's so easy to hide as well, money struggles. There are a million excuses to get out of some kind of event you can't pay for, especially during this past year. But if you love someone, and they live a more luxurious life, sometimes you pretend to have a little more than you actually do because, well, you're in love and you want to spend time with them... The only thing is that if they've always been wealthy, they may not always understand that kind of sacrifice.

Rich Guy Takes GF On Luxurious Family Trip, Expects Her To Pay For Half Of Everything| thumbnail text - r/AmltheAsshole u/curemeofit · 11h A 3 1 1 4 1 F 1 4 1 S 1 2 1 3 2 A 4 AITA for inviting my (29M) Girlfriend (28F) on an expensive vacation and expecting her to pay all of her share? (I make a lot more than her)
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Jealous Woman Angry With BF For Keeping Healthy Relationship With Ex-Step-Daughter

People who don't have the best of relationships with their families tend to be very suspicious of people who do. We all base our judgments on our past experiences, so it's natural to think this way. But once we start projecting our own issues on other people... well it's simply not a cute look. Everybody has their own definition of family, and who they choose to include in it is entirely up to them, and not their new girlfriend.

Jealous Woman Angry With BF For Keeping Healthy Relationship With Ex-Step-Daughter| thumbnail text - Posted by u/qwrrtyuiopasdfgjl 7 hours ago AITA for including my ex's daughter in my life(sleepovers, vacation, etc)?
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Wedding Guest Accused Of Upstaging Bride Just Because She Looked Nicer

Most brides dream about being the center of attention on their wedding day and want to be the show stopper of the whole event. And most people know that they should never look more extravagant than the bride not to steal her thunder. But what happens when the bride doesn't make much of an effort, and the guests do? The guests end up looking nicer than the bride, which throws the whole balance off. One woman was in that exact situation at her cousin's wedding and got accused of upstaging the bride by her family, and she took to Reddit's Am I The A-hole to ask if she was in the wrong. Redditors jumped to her defense, telling her that it's not her fault the bride chose an understated look and that she should dress as fabulously as she wanted. Here's her story.



Wedding Guest Accused Of Upstaging Bride Just Because She Looked Nice | thumbnail text - Posted by u/Most_Ad9687 E 7 S E 12 AITA for dressing nicer than the the bride at my cousin's wedding? Not the A-hole I got invited to my cousin's very small wedding, which was last week. I had never met her before the wedding, so I knew it was important to make a good impression. I also have deep insecurities about how I look due to being bullied as a child, so I always need to look as nice as possible when
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Woman Accuses Her Friend Of Being Racist For Applying Too Much Sunscreen

Think about the reasons you apply sunscreen. We're sure preventing early aging and skin cancer is high on your list of reasons. Is trying not to look like races other than white another reason on your list? Yeah, we didn't think so. In today's episode of the infamous "Am I the A$$hole?" subreddit, the original poster told fellow Redditors about how her friend accused her of being racist for applying sunscreen regularly. Apparently, the friend was convinced that OP put on sunscreen in order to prevent getting as tan as races that aren't white. Excuse me, what?! Confusion significantly intensified for us. What do y'all think? Scroll down for more context. 

friend accused of being racist for wearing sunscreen | thumbnail text - * r/AmItheAsshole · Posted by u/welcometriceratops 11 hours ago AITA for wearing too much sunscreen and ruining the picnic? Sorry for the confusing title. Obligatory sorry for the formatting, I'm on mobile. In my (20) country, we are allowed to have outdoor gatherings in small groups. I met up with three friends for a picnic. The only one relevant enough to need a fake name is Anna (20F).
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Racist Woman Ridicules Chef Brother-In-Law's Asian Cooking, Ignites Family War

Reddit's infamous "Am I The A$$hole?" subreddit never ceases to provide all the family drama. I mean, who knew that a subreddit could double as a reality tv show?! In this week's episode, the original poster started a thread calling his sister-in-law out for being racist. He's a chef at a high-end Chinese restaurant. As a chef at a high-end French restaurant, his sister-in-law doesn't take his cooking seriously, going so far as to call it cooking "Kung Pao chicken" unimpressive at the latest family gathering. The OP stormed off, and the conflict between the two of them spread to the entire family. Obvi, we're always here for the tea. Read below for more context, and let us know what you guys think in the comments. 

AITA thread about racist sister-in-law | thumbnail text - Posted by u/throwaway23235982353 17 hours ago 2 2 6 O 94 91 132 2 115 3 AITA for calling my SIL a racist after she compared my cooking to "making kung pao chicken"? TL;DR at bottom For context: I've been married to my wife for ~10 years and we're a mixed-race couple (I'm Asian and she's Caucasian). I've gotten along with her family (MIL, BIL, SIL), but I always felt like her FIL and other SIL (Sarah) never liked me.
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Man Discovers Ex-Girlfriend Hid The Existence Of His Daughter For 25 Years

This Father's Day, a Reddit man discovered he had a 25-year-old daughter that an ex hid from him all these years. The catch? The mother only told the daughter his full name because she was dying. Talk about a modern-day soap opera! Once the girl discovered that her deceased mother never told her father that he had a daughter, she continuously referred to her as "that lying b*tch." Because this thread is featured on Reddit's infamous "Am I The A$$hole?" subreddit, the man wants to know if he was in the wrong for telling the daughter that he never knew about her existence because it tainted his daughter's memories of her mother. Scroll down for more context into this very dramatic story. 

Father discovers the existence of his daughter after 25 years | thumbnail text - * r/AmItheAsshole · Posted by u/Ok_Product_6304 14 hours ago 27 26 3 9 AITA for telling my adult daughter the truth about why I wasn't in her life? Throw-Away for very obvious reasons. Recently, I got back in contact with my adult daughter M,
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