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Compulsive Liar Husband Fuming When Wife Calls Him Out In Front Of His Coworkers

Being married to someone, you kind of become a team, especially in social gatherings. You are in charge of taking careof each other, reading the other person's expression to see when they want to go home, and helping to make the other person look good in front of their friends. Although teasing is a form of flirting, nobody wants to be humiliated by their significant other in public. However, if you're some kind of compulsive liar, there is simply no way you can expect your partner to keep up with your literal BS. Here's an idea, maybe try honesty?

Compulsive Liar Husband Fuming When Wife Calls Him Out In Front Of His Coworkers| thumbnail text - r/AmltheAsshole u/Diana201356 • 19h 1 S 2 2 AITA for "exposing" my husband's lies? Not the A-hole
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Wife Gives Husband Ultimatum Because His 'Work Wife' Constantly Messages After Hours

A woman took to the popular Reddit thread, Am I The A**hole, to ask if she was right to give her husband an ultimatum when it came to his new female coworker who was infatuated with him. She was sick of the way the coworker would contact her husband, "Multiple times a day at all hours of the day and night she will call and text him for help" and felt that she was crossing all kinds of boundaries. She ended the post saying, "He can either to be married to me, or married to her, but I wasn't going to be the third wheel in my own marriage. He says he does not have feelings for her and that I am overreacting to him just wanting to help a friend. I feel otherwise. AITA?" Of course, Redditers jumped to her defense, reassuring her that she was totally within her right to call her husband out on his shady behavior. Read through her dilemma below, along with the advice she received. And always, always trust your gut when it comes to this type of behavior in relationships. Boundaries exist for a reason, and a partner who can't honor those boundaries does not respect you or your relationship.

Woman gives husband ultimatum after not setting appropriate boundaries with woman at work | thumbnail Text - Posted by u/coworkerthrowaway999 2 days ago 8 7 98 E 14 AITA for telling my husband he is either married to me or his co-worker? Not the A-hole My (37f) husband (40m) has been working at his company for 10 years as a maintenance supervisor. About a year ago they hired Tabitha* to work in their accounting department. Since the day she first started working there, she has had an infatuation
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Memes Celebrating Wives' Superiority Over Husbands

When it comes to marriage, we all know who's in charge. Yep, it's a woman's world when it comes to all things couple related, so here are some memes celebrating that fact. And husbands know it too.

memes celebrating wives being superior to husbands | Pilot's wife: Where are Pilot: taking selfie from airplane | don't know much about birds but can identify husband picture. bird yelling at another bird
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Husband Calls Wife 'Disgusting And Lazy' For Refusing To Cook Him Dinner At Night

Who's ready for yet another toxic relationship posted about on the internet? Unfortunately, there's plenty of those to go around, and we're here to document it for you. In this week's drama, a wife on a Quora thread asked if she should have cooked her husband dinner at 10 pm after he called her lazy and disgusting for not doing so. Everyone who responded to her question seemed to be on her side for the most part, but what do you think of the situation? Any tips for this poor woman? Let us know in the comments. 

quora thread about toxic marriage | thumbnail text - My husband said I "disgust" him and that I'm lazy just because I didn't feel like cooking a full meal for him at 10 pm. Should I have just cooked no matter the time?
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Husband Draws Bathroom Mirror Doodles To Motivate Wife For Work

They say it's the little things which keep love alive, not necessarily the grand gestures (although, of course, they help too). One husband is proving how true this is by drawing funny doodles on the mirror to motivate his wife for the day ahead with her difficult boss.

Imgur user Taylor, aka doctorpond, shared the images of her husband's artistry, and the internet fell in love with them. When you know you have a challenging day ahead, there's nothing like knowing you've got a supportive partner on your side who will be there when you get home. This is true couple goals!

husband draws mirror doodles on mirror to motivate wife who hates her job | thumbnail includes two mirror doodles | Meeseeks singular purpose! are have wait here Supposed until morning live this log just wanna DIE | Tuesday feels like Patrick star
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Dads Who Totally Lost It In The Delivery Room

Women are inherently stronger than men. How do we know this? Because no man would willingly give birth or go through labor pains. The proof in the pudding is these dads who totally lost it during the delivery of their children. Even though they weren't going through the physical pain themselves, they couldn't handle the heat. Men, get out of the freaking kitchen delivery room if you can't handle the heat.



Dads Who Totally Lost It In The Delivery Room | thumbnail text - KateMcK @TheKateMcK Replying to @NessTea_ my sister was having her first baby and the midwife showed her husband how to squeeze out a cloth and cool her face. When she had her back turned he threw the soaking cloth right over her face! My sis started screaming "get that useless f er out he's waterboarding me!" hunter @uglysketch Replying to @NessTea_ some of my favorite photos are of dads passing out during labor it always kills me
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Wedding Moments That Made It Achingly Obvious It Wasn't Going To Work Out

Planning a wedding is a tremendous feat. The bigger the wedding, the more tedious decisions have to be made, and the couple has to prepare thoroughly for a bunch of different nightmare scenarios. One of the hardest parts, that you can really prepare for, is standing at the altar and wearing your heart on your sleeve as announce your love to a room full of observers. Obviously, these are your friends and family, and they want the best for you, but they are also watching closely af. So well, let's just say if you hate each other, you're probably not fooling anyone.

Wedding Moments That Made It Achingly Obvious It Wasn't Going To Work Out| thumbnail text - MyHandleisHandle · 1y When the priest equivalent said "You may kiss the bride" she turned so that it would be a kiss on the cheek. Even as a child that set off alarm bells. They have been divorced for a long time. 1 3.1k ...
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Woman Punishes Germophobic Husband By Making Him Change Baby's Diaper

If you're not prepared to get your hands dirty we wouldn't recommend starting a family. Children are some of the messiest, grimiest, balls of dirt you can find. Of course, they have other redeeming factors as well, but you don't get to pick and choose whether or not to handle their 'messes.' Reddit user u/asaim46433 took to the 'Am I The A-Hole' community on Reddit to ask if they were in the wrong for 'Punishing' her husband by making him change their child's diaper. Quite the punishment if you ask us...



Woman Punishes Germophobic Husband By Making Him Change Baby's Diaper | thumbnail text - Posted by u/asiam46433 1 day ago O 11 10 S 28 4 AITA for making my (germaphopic) husband change our son's diaper? Not the A-hole My husband M27 and I f25 have a 2 months old together. He does everything almost except changing diapers He's a hardcore germaphobe so I handle the dirty part of our son's care. So my husband's been pestering me about the
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Insensitive Woman Roasts Sister-In-Law For Not Being Able To Get Pregnant

Some people severely lack the ability to think outside of themselves and treat others with empathy. This would definitely be a friendship red flag, but if you are (un)lucky enough to have one of these characters in your extended family, you have to either learn how to deal with it, be the bigger person, or remove yourself from the equation altogether. None of these options are favorable, but we can't let ourselves be stepped on, especially by other women.

Insensitive Woman Roasts Sister-In-Law For Not Being Able To Get Pregnant| thumbnail text - r/AmltheAsshole u/LemonTarte123 · 8h AITA for not giving my SIL her baby shower gifts?
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Funniest Tweets About Marriage We Saw Last Month

Marriage is a total dream until your significant other is driving you so crazy that you rue the day you ever met them. Sometimes it feels like that day is every day and sometimes it doesn't, but let's be honest: marriage bliss can often feel like one big scam. So if you're married, you'll relate to these tweets which sum up the marriage journey pretty succinctly. And here are some more funny relationship tweets when you want some more. 

funniest tweets about marriage we saw last week | thumbnail Font - Dan Regan @Social_Mime ... Marriage teaches you new things, like there's a wrong way to open curtains. 5:30 PM · May 31, 2021 · Twitter for Android 99 Retweets 5 Quote Tweets 487 Likes
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Man Fuming After Discovering Wife Used To Be Friends With Benefits With His Brother

Families are full of drama, but generally, it's not the kind of drama that went down on a Reddit "Am I the A**hole?" thread this week. The original poster told a wild talk about he used to sleep with his brother's wife regularly before they met, but the two of them didn't feel the need to tell him that they used to be friends with benefits. They ended up getting married, and only afterwards did the wife reveal that she used to sleep with his brother. Yikes. In my humble opinion, both the OP and the wife are major a**holes, but let's see what the rest of the Reddit world had to say. 

AITA Reddit thread | thumbnail text - Posted by u/brotherwifeaita 8 hours ago AITA for not telling my brother me and his (now) wife used to be friends with benefits? Throwaway account because friends are on here. Me (23M) and my brother's (26M) wife (23F) have known each other long before they started dating. We met in freshman year of college and almost immediately became friends with benefits, this went on for about 3 years maybe every other day. We weren't compatible at all so we never dated,
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Funniest Relationship Tweets Of The Week (May 21, 2021)

Tina Turner once famously sang, "What's love got to do, got to do with it"? Well, everything. The thing about love is that we can't live without it, but boy, oh boy, can it drive us up the wall. Whether you're happily single or pining for someone you can't have, or whether you're in a messy situationship or happily married, love affects us all. So here are this week's funniest relationship tweets, which bring some humor and a positive spin on that tricky little thing that we call love—all, from the big wide world of Twitter.




funniest relationship tweets of the week | Thumbnail Text - SPICOY disaster The Spicy Disaster Mama MAMA @spicydisasterma Dating- "Hey I'm going to go take a shower" = come join me Married- "Hey I'm going to go take a shower" = if you and/or the kids interrupt me I am going to cut you 5:20 PM · May 19, 2021 · Twitter for iPhone 15 Retweets 62 Likes
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Man Makes Wife Chose His Surgery Over Her Best Friend's Wedding, Receives Backlash

"For better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health." When you say it to your partner at the altar in front of all your loved ones, hopefully, you mean it. It's an easy thing to say in theory, but when life throws challenging scenarios at you, that's when the strength of your vows gets tested. One guy found this out the hard way when his wife had to choose between accompanying him to surgery or attending her best friend's wedding, which both fell on the same day. He posted to Reddit's Am I The A⁠—hole, asking if he was in the wrong for expecting her to choose him over her friend. His wife argued that not attending the wedding could jeopardize her friendship, but he argued that it was a sacrifice she'd have to make because his health came first. What do you think?





husband makes wife choose his surgery over best friend's wedding and receives backlash | thumbnail text - Posted by u/username46799 7 days ago 7 O 3 6 3 16 AITA For making my wife choose between me and her best friend? Not the A-hole I M36 am preparing for my upcoming surgery at the end of may. I have respiratory condition that I have been suffering from and my wife has been very supportive and accomedating of all my needs. She has endured so much byall my needs. She has endured so much by shoul
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Wife Demands Husband Turn Down 'Dream Job' At Risk Of Her Career, Or She'll Divorce Him

A big part of marriage, and relationships in general, is being able to make compromises for the other person. The mutual love and respect you have for your partner is the glue that holds you together and helps you get through those tricky give-and-take moments in your relationship. But sometimes things aren't so straight forward, and it's not clear who should give and who should take. One woman posted on the popular AITA thread on Reddit, wondering if she was the a**hole for asking her husband to give up his dream job because it would risk her career. At first glance, you might think so, because whose job comes first; hers or his? But as she explains the situation, it becomes apparent that he was prepared to sabotage her very high-paying niche career for a job that paid less than half her salary, and that he applied for behind her back. Everyone jumped to her defense, explaining very clearly how she is not the a**hole and that she should proceed with divorce proceedings, as advised by her company. Read through her post and the comments below and decide for yourself who is in the wrong. Although it's pretty clear what the answer is.

wife demands husband turn down his dream job which will risk her entire career | Posted by u/ThrowRa67129ka90ma 5 days ago 3 8 14 2 23 4 10 8 AITA asking my husband turn down his dream job my career? Not hole going be vague privacy reasons, sorry 33F) am breadwinner our household have multiple, highly specialized degrees niche industry make 200k with potential get 600-M's range. My company has not been hit badly by COVID, so most us have kept our jobs, but held strict standards.
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Funniest Relationship Tweets Of The Week (May 14, 2021)

Twitter is great for many things, but one of our favorite uses is seeing people's funny relationship tweets. Because why pay for therapy when you can tweet about your relationship woes and get the sympathy of the entire Twitter population? Each week we bring you the funniest relationship tweets we found over the past seven days, so you can read them and hopefully feel better about any trials or tribulations you might be having in your relationship. After all, common ground is what brings us all together, even if it is our relationship struggles. Right?




funniest relationship tweets of the week | Thumbnail Text - Lane Moore @hellolanemoore dating apps will really see you swipe left and be like "you just missed a potential match!" which is basically them saying "you sure you don't wanna settle, babe???" 11:54 PM May 10, 2021 Twitter for iPhone 24 Retweets 483 Likes
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Husband Misses Birth Of Child, Blames Wife, Gets Roasted

Anyone who has given birth will agree that labor is a pretty much all-consuming activity. All you can—and should be—focusing on is getting yourself to the hospital as quickly as possible. It would help if you didn't have to worry about tracking down your partner while doing so, who had made themselves as unavailable as possible. It sounds like an absurd scenario, right? Well, one woman who posted on Reddit's Am I The A-hole faced this very scenario when she couldn't reach her husband when she was in labor. After failing to respond to her texts and calls, she called a friend to take her to the hospital. Her husband, who only looked at his phone at the end of the workday, was p*ssed at her for not going via his office to get him, so that he could be there for the birth of their daughter. Of course, the internet jumped to the woman's defense, calling her husband out for being a massive a-hole. 



husband misses birth of child, blames his wife and gets roasted | thumbnail AITA not trying harder tell my husband labour? Not hole My husband who do love and does love Is distant and private person everyone. His mom having health problems and didn't know until weeks later spike her asked him she doing later and he said he didn't know just he deal with things. He doesn't want get personal with anyone share hobbies and can have good conversations as long as they are not personal can be off
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