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Red Flags That We Love To See In Fiction, But Would Be A Hard Pass In Real Life

In real life, we like to have standards for ourselves. We wouldn't appreciate it if a random guy showed up at our house unannounced, or threw rocks at our window in the middle of the night, you see, that's called trespassing. But in movies, books, plays, we eat all that sh*t up like a steaming bowl of brown sugar oatmeal. A troubled boy who has slight anger issues and treats most women terribly? Sounds like a classic love interest from an erotic novel, and obviously we're rooting for him.

Red Flags That We Love To See In Fiction, But Would Be A Hard Pass In Real Life| thumbnail text - No-Strength2851 · 17h An aggressive crazy asshole who's actually just a broken person who can be fixed through love. A hard pass in real life but a hell yes in fiction.
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Widower Expects His Friend's Wife To Cook Him Free Weekly Meals

Grieving is one of the hardest parts of the human experience. There is no one way to simply get over the loss of something or someone close to us. It can take 2 months or 2 decades depending on the person. During these times, we need more support from our friends and family than ever. But there's a line between leaning on your friends and fully taking advantage of them. At some point, we do have to pick up our feet and start to take care of ourselves on our own.

Widower Expects His Friend's Wife To Cook Him Free Weekly Meals| thumbnail text - r/AmltheAsshole u/Lillian3435543 • 17h O 1 2 26 e 21 3 34 E 56 AITA for firmly telling my husband I won't cook for his friend again?
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Man Refuses To Attend His Brother's Wedding After He Finds Out It's With His Ex-Girlfriend

A lot of thought goes into planning a wedding, or just even deciding to marry someone. It's not usually a spur-of-the-moment decision. You have to send invitations, secure some best men and bridesmaids, and then make sure people sit with other people that they don't despise. Also, generally speaking, not everyone you invite will want to come, can you blame someone for refusing to attend?

What if it's your brother? What if he's not coming because you're marrying his ex? Is it justified then?

On the 'Am I the A-Hole' page on Reddit, somebody is asking if he is the A-hole for not wanting to attend his brothers wedding with his ex-girlfriend.

Man Refuses To Attend His Brothers Wedding After He Finds Out It's With His Ex| thumbnail text - I (21M) first started dating my now ex girlfriend (21F) when we were both 16, however, we made the decision to break up before heading off to college when we were 18. I decided to go a few hours away while she decided to stay local. Also note that my girlfriend was very close with my family so this was hard on my family as well.
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