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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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Secret Ways People Ask Their Partner To Have Sex Without Actually Saying 'Sex'

It is totally fine to ask someone outwardly, "Hey, would you like to have sex?" But after sleeping with someone consistently for months, or maybe even years, you develop other ways of asking someone if they feel like doing the dirty. Just like how some people have a safe word, other people have an 'initiation word.' These are great for when you have kids around, or you're out with friends, or if you just wanna spice things up a little.

If you're looking for ideas, you're in luck. On Reddit, people are sharing how they and their significant other ask for sex without actually saying, "Do you want to have sex?'

Secret Ways People Ask Their Partner To Have Sex Without Actually Saying 'Sex'| thumbnail text DreadBeardDM · 21h According to my gf; "hey. You wanna kick the cat out?" G Reply 4 1.6k 3 ...
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Unsaid Rules People Follow With Their SO, No Questions Asked

An essential aspect of any relationship is communication, without which neither yours nor your partner's needs can be met—at least not in a healthy way. Sometimes it's necessary to say how you feel or what you need explicitly, and other times there are things you do for each other that go without saying. When you know someone so well, you don't always need to express things verbally. Redditors are sharing the unsaid rules between them and their SO that they follow without any questions. The replies show just how important it is to have mutual respect, understanding, and excellent communication to maintain a healthy relationship. What are the unspoken rules you have in your relationship?

unsaid rules couples follow in relationship with no questions asked - cover pic | TheDanishThede If the cat is on your lap, you can ask your partner to do or get stuff for you, no questions asked.
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