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AITA for refusing to cook dinner for my bf since he wonโ€™t respect my cooking utensils?

I (21F) live with my bf (28M) and I recently purchased some new wooden spoons (like the big kind) from a coworker who is an aggressive pampered chef consultant. I donโ€™t make very much money and frankly these spoons were overpriced but I wanted her to leave me alone and after all theyโ€™re nice spoons and I will definitely use them. They are hand wash only, which I informed my bf of when I brought them home.

Itโ€™s been a couple months and I find them in the dishwasher pretty regularly. Every time I have nicely reminded him that they are hand wash only and please donโ€™t put them in the dishwasher. I have said, you donโ€™t need to wash them, leave them out and I will wash them. Every time he says okay but then...You know where this is going.

I often come home on my lunch break to keep up with housework. A few days ago I came home and found one of my wooden spoons in the dishwasher. I texted my bf about it, this time with some emphasis on the fact that Iโ€™ve repeatedly asked him not to put this item in the dishwasher and it will literally end up destroying the spoon and I really donโ€™t want that to happen to a new utensil I just bought. He replied โ€œI donโ€™t care.โ€

I was completely taken aback. I expected him to say โ€œokay sorryโ€ and probably keep doing it, not be completely rude to me.

Background, I have always cooked dinner since we moved in together 2 years ago - I was in school and it felt like part of how I contributed to the household since I wasnโ€™t making very much money only working part time. But Iโ€™m out of school now and working more and contributing more to the bills so I donโ€™t feel the same obligation to cook. He usually โ€œcleans upโ€ after dinner by putting things in the dishwasher, but doesnโ€™t clean anything else.

When he got home after work that night, he asked what we were having for dinner. I told him Iโ€™d already eaten. He was extremely upset that I hadnโ€™t cooked for him or otherwise arranged dinner. He stomped around the house and eventually got take out. The next day he asked me what we were having for dinner. I told him I wasnโ€™t planning on making anything. He asked why I wasnโ€™t cooking anymore and I said if he didnโ€™t care about whether or not my wooden spoons got destroyed then I didnโ€™t care about cooking dinner.

He totally lost it, said I was completely overreacting, it was no reason to stop cooking dinner without warning. Told me Iโ€™m being immature and that heโ€™s too busy to keep track of what can or canโ€™t go in the dishwasher and itโ€™s unfair

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AITA for throwing out my husband's dinner?

My husband could burn cereal so I do all the cooking in the household, although he does balance the division of labor out pretty well with other chores. The problem is that he is chronically late for dinner.

We agreed months ago to have dinner at 6:30 every night to try and get the problem under control, but it hasn't helped at at. Every day he gets home from work at 5:30, I remind him that dinner will be ready in exactly one hour and to make sure he is ready. Every. Single. Day. he sits down at the table 10 to 20 minutes late. Every single day he yells "I'll be down in just a second!" from his computer room while I am sitting there watching my food get cold. Sometimes I say "fuck it" and start eating my portion after it's clear that he's not going to be on time, which he is indifferent to mildly annoyed about depending on the day.

Yesterday afternoon, he texts me that we need to push back dinner to 7:30 tonight because he is going to be working late. I say I'm okay with that but he needs to be on time. He says of course.

He gets home at 6:45 while I am making dinner.

At 7:20 I give him a heads up that he needs to be ready in ten minutes.

At 7:30 I put food on the table. He yells down "Sorry, sorry! I am literally coming in one minute."

At 7:35 I pick up his plate and empty it into the garbage.

At 7:45 he comes downstairs and asks where his dinner is. I tell him that I threw it out because he couldn't be bothered to be on time. He says "Are you fucking serious? What am I going to eat?" and I say "Whatever you make."

He throws a fit and ends up eating a handful of granola bars from the pantry and slept in the spare bedroom last night, and it's been radio silence all day today.

I know I only waited five minutes but something about last night just made me snap. Like it's not bad enough that he is never ready on time, but he makes me wait even on the day that he specifically requested a certain time? I get home at 5 every day so I have almost no time to relax when I get home from work, while he has an hour every day to unwind and he still leaves me sitting at the table waiting for him. During his fit he told me I was being petty throwing out his food, that it was a "preformance" and I could have just eaten my meal without touching his food and that I'm in the wrong for wasting food. I haven't stopped thinking about this situation all day and I don't know where I stand.

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AITA For not making dinner for my husband after he was rude to our son?

My son (13) has recently got into cooking and he's amazing at it. Usually when he was experimenting or making food for just himself he washed up.

He started helping me out with meals, and two times a week now he cooks dinner by himself.

My husband has been insisting he wash his own dishes up, but I usually just wind up doing them. I don't particularly like feeling like I'm doing nothing.

Four nights ago he sat me down and said I need to stop doing our sons chore, he made the mess so he cleans it. He shouldn't be getting away with it.

I replied that while it was true for small, single person meals, it doesn't work the same for family meals. He got huffy about it, at which point I said, "Why does he have to wash up, but I don't?" At which point he got kinda quiet.

He tried excusing his behaviour but each time there was a flaw and he basically huffed off. He came back a couple hours later and said something along the lines of, "We have to make him realise how hard life can be," at which point I basically told him to fuck off.

Here's where I may be the asshole: I implemented a new rule. You have to somehow be a part of dinner in order to eat it.

So, for example, my son makes dinner and I wash the dishes. Therefore we both get to eat it. My husband was angered by this rule, and I replied by telling him to put his rubber gloves on and get cleaning.

So far my son and I have had three amazing meals and my hub has left the house to go eat elsewhere. Our funds are seperate so it has no affect on me.

My son thinks it's pretty cool, (he's always much preferred me over his father, and this bonding time is really important to him), but family think I'm being way too harsh, agreeing that he should do more chores.

I disagree, but no one seems to be on my side, so I come to you, dear Reddit. Am I the asshole?

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was getting dinner so i wasnโ€™t looking at my phone. this is what my mom sends me
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[Update] My favorite nugget from the Stafford deal: Sean McVay & his fiancรฉe Veronika were in Cabo while all this was going down. Stafford & his wife Kelly also happened to be there. After the deal was done, they all met up to have dinner and to celebrate a fresh start. twitter.com/mysportsupdatโ€ฆ
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Anon asks the new girl out to dinner.
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Last dinner before puttin my Bubba Bear down for the big nap tonight. Steak dinner can't be beat!
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AITA for not serving my wife breakfast, lunch, and dinner when she demands it?

About 6 months ago, my wife and I decided to split household duties, totally her idea. I had been cooking a lot and she basically said she hated cooking and figuring out food, and if I kept doing it, she would be happy to take on the majority of housework/cleaning. We tried it and thought it went well so we kept doing it. Easy enough. Onto the issue.

Iโ€™ve started cooking in bulk. On Saturday and Sunday I make one giant meal each day in our instant pot and portion out the remainder of the food into serving-sized Tupperware, basically meal prep. Iโ€™ve also stocked the fridge each week with lots of jellies, meats, and cheeses, and the pantry with lots of snacks and bread for quick sandwiches.

Now, during the day, sheโ€™ll randomly come into my office and tell me โ€œIโ€™m hungryโ€ and want me to make her food. I tell her all of the sandwich options and all of the leftovers that would take her 2 minutes to heat up and sheโ€™ll just roll her eyes and leave, which I think is rude.

We got into an argument yesterday where she told me Iโ€™m not holding up my end of the bargain. She wants breakfast, lunch, dinner, AND snacks served to her throughout the day. I told her that if Iโ€™m making myself lunch or dinner, I will make some for her, but Iโ€™m not going to drop everything to stand at a microwave for two minutes when sheโ€™s capable of doing that herself. I donโ€™t tell her when I think something needs to be cleaned, you know?

Anyway, she thinks Iโ€™m being a jerk and I think sheโ€™s acting childish. AITA

EDIT: okay, a lot of people think Iโ€™m the asshole here, which, after defending myself and still getting told Iโ€™m the asshole, Iโ€™m willing to accept. New question - will I be the asshole if I tell her I want to go back to how things were, where we both clean and both cook? Thank you.

EDIT 2: Iโ€™m definitely an asshole. Thank you all, really. I plan to change starting right now. I got my ass handed to me and I deserve it, Iโ€™ve been acting shamefully.

Final EDIT: Iโ€™ve noticed an uptick in NTA comments and I donโ€™t want anyone to get downvoted because they didnโ€™t see my comments. We also have a newborn that sheโ€™s been doing 95% of the care for, as well as breastfeeding. I should have mentioned that in the original post.

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LPT: When at a dinner party and not feeling social, once the meal is done get up, clean and do the dishes. The host will be happy, people will give you space and you'll be at peace and doing a favor all at the same time.

Edit: Only if it feels right and not if it will pass as rude, or weird. Don't over do it, just little stuff like pick up plates, rinse them, load forks/knives in dishwasher, etc. EASY STUFF. Always ask first. Works best with close friends, & family.

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AITA for ordering food to my aunt's house when dinner was ready to be served thus causing an ugly family split?

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3 weeks ago, I (M43) was on a business trip in the city where my aunt lives, staying at her house. Aunt took the opportunity to arrange a family dinner with my cousins (her kids) & her brother. All Covid precautions & testing was done.

My aunt (late paternal uncle's wife) has always had a policy that when we eat at her home, no food will be served until EVERYONE has arrived. This means that we eat late (at least 45min) everytime she hosts.

Usually, we wait for John, aunt's brother. He's a selfish, entitled, spoiled narcissist who deliberately arrives late. He openly admits to making a game of seeing how long he can use his sister to force everyone else to wait for him.

Aunt is 32yrs older than John (from her dad's 2nd marriage) & helped raise him. She has always prioritised John over anybody else - even her own kids & late husband. She will always defend / rugsweep his actions even those that have brought him serious legal trouble. In her eyes, he is forever the victim (a role he plays with relish) & can do no wrong.

25 minutes after dinner was to start, John measaged he'll be 2.5hrs late. Aunt immediately does her usual thing & delays dinner. My cousins groan, but are used to this & shrug it off.

I'm an insulin dependent T2 diabetic. One of the factors that helps me control my blood glucose (BG) is the timing of when I eat (aunt is well aware of this). I'd already made allowance for eating around 1hr late & couldn't wait another 1.5hrs+ for John's arrival.

I asked Aunt for a small portion to help my BG while we waited. Aunt stuck to her position, no food till John is here. I asked again, same answer.

Got my phone & ordered food delivery. I told Aunt what I was doing & repeated why. She just smiled like she didnt believe me & walked away.

When the food arrived, Aunt went nuclear! I'm disrespecting her, her home & her family traditions etc. I told her that I see her viewpoint - but her refusal to allow me food puts my health at risk. That others choose to tolerate these situations is no longer relevant to me. My health always comes first.

Things got hectic fast. I was kicked out & checked in to a hotel. I've since been continuously bombarded via phone, text & SM effectively calling me TA. Other family have been dragged in too.

My wife, siblings & most of my other paternal family are with me. Aunt & cousins continue to be up in a

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Family Dinner!
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Treating myself to a delicious birthday dinner tonight.
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How do some women make adult friends so easily? Iโ€™m scared to ask other women out for drinks or dinner in fear of coming off as creepy or flirty when my only intentions are to make friends.
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Race Thread: NXS Beef. It's What's For Dinner. 300 at Daytona International Speedway, starting at 5:00pm EST on FS1 (NXS1)

Beef. It's What's For Dinner. 300 at Daytona International Speedway


Start Time: approximately 5:00pm EST on February 13th

Television: FS1 @ 5:00pm EST

Radio: MRN @ 5:00pm EST

Race Length: 120 laps (300 mi / 482.8 km)

Race Stages: 30-30-60

Track Information: Daytona International Speedway is a 2.5 mile (4.02 kilometer) tri-oval located in Daytona Beach, FL USA.

Weather Forecast: NASCAR.com / AccuWeather.com

Pole Winner: #22 Austin Cindric

Starting Lineup via NASCAR.com (view the pdf):

Row: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
(P)  22   11   9   10   8   2   39   02   92   36   6   61   0   5   17   16   4   52   66   26 
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AITA for wanting my bf to handle dinner when his daughter is over, meaning he spends more than me when we do takeout?

So this is pretty straight forward. I recently moved in with my (F27) bf (M32) who has a 9 year old daughter. I love his daughter, and she loves me. We get along great and she is very excited to have me around as she begged him to see me more often all the time. There's just one issue. We are all a bunch of picky eaters to varying degrees. We are still working on chore distribution so we have been random on cooking(Though I've been doing about 70% of it). But keep running into the issue of his daughter not wanting to eat what I cook, or liking it but saying it's too spicy (It isn't, but I tend to use more Hispanic seasonings which give it a kick that she doesn't like). I've tried altering what I cook, but it's definitely still a struggle and I sometimes end up cooking 2 different meals and it stresses me out trying to figure out what she will eat.

Today he was talking about me changing a few more things about dinner and not using the spices I use when she is around, etc. I said okay. But I asked him "Can we make a deal?" He asked what I meant and I told him that maybe we can alternate weeks where we handle dinner. He handles dinner when 9yo is here (He has 50/50 custody and she lives with us every other week) and I can handle dinner when it's just the two of us. I specified that handling dinner could mean cooking, or buying take out. At first he said okay. But I guess he thought about it, and changed his mind.. He said that it wasn't fair because if he decided he wanted to do takeout sometimes, he would be paying for dinner for 3 people while if I wanted to do takeout I would be paying for 2. And this wasn't fair because eating out can get expensive with 3 people. And honestly I was just like... okay so? You're complaining because you have to pay for your daughter? I love her and food expenses are one thing I genuinely dont care about. Its human necessity. We have a 60/40 split on groceries because I make more than him. And I even help with her daycare. So I don't see the issue. He got upset and has been grumpy at my response and went to bed acting salty. So now I am wondering if IATA. He can be very frugal with household expenses. But I also think if he doesn't mind spending on newest consoles and games, I don't think he should complain about paying for food for his own daughter.

Edit: I want to add this because it's been mentioned It would change people's judgement and without it my bf looks bad. The house was inherited by him and it is completely pa

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Had an AMAZING day at a sometimes excruciating job, didnโ€™t stop for fast food, made dinner for the third night in a row, almost a week sober AND found a pack of Starburst in my pocket on the way home. Cheers to 2021 being something I can handle
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What is the proper paying etiquette when your girlfriends parents take you to dinner

I have met my gfโ€™s parents once before and we went out to eat. I covered the tip when the bill arrived because I have a weird thing about not letting people buy me food because I was taught growing up that it was rude. I am seeing them for a second time next week and we are going to Golden Corral for dinner on the first night. I realized that people donโ€™t generally tip at buffets. Do I let the parents pay for me, or do I try to pay for myself, or do I try to pay for me and my gf? Any help would be awesome and I do realize that Iโ€™m overthinking this.

Edit: Hello I have never been to a buffet before so I assumed that you just kind of did everything yourself. I now know that I should tip. Thank you for the advice.

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Donโ€™t go for dinner on your first date.

Go for a coffee instead.

Iโ€™ve always declined a dinner on the first date. I just donโ€™t want to be โ€œstuckโ€ for another 3 hours if I realize after 15 minutes that Iโ€™m not interested to get involved romantically with the other person. Wasting everyoneโ€™s time and money.

Go for coffee instead. If it goes bad, I can leave after 30 minutes, if things goes fairly well then I can have a refill and stay longer or even go for a walk after, and if things goes really well then we can agree on a dinner the next time.

Bonus tips: If youโ€™re helping a girl putting on her coat by holding it up for her, for the love of everything thatโ€™s holly in the world, do NOT hold it up at her shoulder heights!!!!! The awkward forward bending she has to do and dislocate her shoulder to be able to bend her arms backwards to get them in the sleeves at that level are cringeworthy!!! Trust me, and if you donโ€™t trust me then ask someone to do it to you and you will have a aha moment. Instead, hold the coat MUCH lower, somewhere below her elbow so that she can gracefully slide her arms in and then you slide the coat all the way up.

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Chippy dinner
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My Dinner Tonight: A roll of meat from a charcuterie board that's been sitting in my pantry closet for a while since my gf broke up with me before we could it eat it together. Had been eating that brown part for about 5 minutes before realizing that it was paper instead of skin...
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Thought the can felt a little light as I was preparing dinner tonight... v.redd.it/s1idxqzeh0861
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In The Princess Diaries (2001) Mia breaks her glass at a dinner party and a waiter reassures her โ€œIt happens all the time.โ€ In Pretty Woman (1990) a waiter played by the same actor says the exact same line to Vivian after she flings a snail across the room. Both films are directed by Garry Marshall.
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AITA for ordering pizza to my boyfriend's parents house when they threw me a birthday dinner party with no food I could eat?

I am stuck in a different state than my family and friends right now due to the virus so on my birthday my boyfriend and parents were going to throw me small party. Just me, my boyfriend and his little siblings, and his parents. A super low-key dinner.

I'm vegetarian, I have been for 13 years, it's not anything new or anything that people don't know.

So when I went to their house and saw them cooking pasta with bacon piece's, and cooking up veggies in the bacon grease pan, I realized there was nothing I could have except beer and I was hungry. I reminded them I don't eat meat, and they were like "you can pick the bacon bits out, there just sprinkled on top, and give them to ( boyfriend) he'll eat anything. And we made vegetables that you can eat too."

I didn't want to pick meat out of the pasta or eat vegetables that were cooked in bacon fat so I said I wasn't sure, I didn't like meat flavor at all. I might have something else.

They said there was hardly any bacon grease in the pan, while they'd used it for bacon they just didn't wash in between but I wouldn't even taste it

Then I ordered a pizza to their house and when it arrived his parents were mad and upset that I had. I said that I mentioned that I wasn't into eating meat so I might get my own food.

My boyfriend and I left early and went out ice skating so the day turned out fine lol

AITA for ordering pizza?

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She sent me a valentines day dinner. ...From thousands and thousands of kilometer away, onboard a Royal Canadian Navy frigate she's deployed on, using the ships satellite internet.
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My husband presented me with beef and broccoli for dinner. His plating skills are ridickulous!
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First time watching this show, and Iโ€™m on this dinner scene. May be the funniest scene in the show.
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*Family dinner was awkward that night*
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Does my bf have the right to be mad that I left our hotel room last night to eat dinner

Me and my bf are currently on vacation and drove almost 25 hours without eating anything mostly because he didn't want to stop.

We got to our hotel room at around 10:30 pm and I was absolutely starving and asked if he wanted to grab dinner at the Cafe across the street and he said no. I tried to go to sleep but couldn't because of how hungry I was. I ended up going to the Cafe while my bf was asleep and got myself a burger and fries.

I get back to our room to see him waiting for me and started yelling at me for leaving. He complained that I only had to wait 8 hours more for the breakfast bar to open.

My stomach was actually hurting from not eating anything and there was no way I could wait that long. Does he have the right to be angry at me?

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AITA for not giving my dad my piece of lamb at dinner?

I do not give permission for this post to be used in any podcasts, YouTube videos or the like. Please, itโ€™d be bad if my father found it somehow, the less places this post is, the better. (He doesnโ€™t use Reddit but Iโ€™m paranoid)

EDIT 2: oh my god, I did not expect this much of a response. Iโ€™ve read all the messages I could, and most all of them were so kind and helpful, thank you so so much. I canโ€™t respond to all of you, but I just want to say you all have been giving me hope where it was fading. Thank you.

EDIT: I want to thank every single person who commented on this post. I hadnโ€™t realized how not normal his behavior was. Iโ€™m going to go stay with my best friend a few states away, she was furious when I told her what happened. Thank you all

My dad gets very territorial about food. Like ridiculously so. I (24f) wasnโ€™t super hungry for dinner tonight, but my mom (56) made lamb, spanakopita and homemade tzatziki sauce. So I sat down and had a good amount, and decided to save the rest of my portion of lamb to make a super yummy sandwich for lunch tomorrow.

My dad (59) plowed through his plate (whole piece of lamb, four spanakopita, huge helping of couscous), and then half of my momโ€™s lamb. Then he reached over the table and jabbed his fork onto my plate, stabbing my remaining half piece of lamb and asked โ€œare you going to eat that?โ€ One, ew. Donโ€™t touch my food with your dirty fork. Two, rude.

I nodded and said, โ€œIโ€™m going to make a lamb sandwich for lunch tomorrow, since Iโ€™m already full.โ€ He glared at me so hard I shrunk in my seat. (He yelled at me a lot when I was a kid and Iโ€™m still working through that)

He released my lamb and pouted like an angry toddler for the rest of the meal. (My mom was still eating and I stayed for conversation) I tried to continue conversation with my mom but she went quiet on me too, and so I was very confused because it was just a piece of lamb? If heโ€™s going to give me the silent treatment over it he can fucking have it like Jesus.

So I told him if he really wanted it he could have it. I didnโ€™t see what the big deal was. He slammed his hand down on the table, and mocked my voice, โ€œIโ€™m going to make a sandwhicccchhhhh! I think you just have the power to say no to me, so you did!โ€ I was bewildered, Iโ€™d wanted a lamb sandwich but it wasnโ€™t like I was purposefully trying to steal food away from him? I mean Iโ€™d just relented and told him he could have it and heโ€™s still throwing a tantrum? So I just excused mysel

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[Reynolds] Derrick Rose had dinner with new teammates Immanuel Quickley and Obi Toppin last night, sharing his cell number and letting his young Knicks know that he's happy to share knowledge whenever they want.

Tweet >Derrick Rose had dinner with new teammates Immanuel
Quickley and Obi Toppin last night, sharing his cell number and letting his young Knicks know that he's happy to share knowledge whenever they want.

[Begley] >Immanuel Quickley says he's looking forward to learning from Derrick Rose. Because of his versatility, Quickley believes he can fit in any system; Quickley noted that he & Rose can fit well together because they're both versatile.

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my (M 23) argument with my mom after she disrespected my boyfriend during a family dinner reddit.com/gallery/l0dnhj
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When Mum used to bring dinner to me because I was doing something important. WOTLK
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What does your Sunday look like today? Seeing as we cannot do much still, what do you do on a Sunday? Do you have a roast dinner? Go out for a walk? DIY?

Today I'll probably do a workout, make a Sunday dinner, eat some cake

Just being nosey to be honest

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"Lantern-lit Dinner" - my submission for the latest fanart contest!
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The New Year's Eve dinner at Concordia, the Italian-French permanent research base located in Antarctica.
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AITA for ending my daughterโ€™s birthday dinner because she called me and my wife unethical?

I (61M) have been married to my wife (31F) for 3 years.

Around summertime 2020, she started saying that she had for the longest time thought she would be ok as a childfree person but sheโ€™s been feeling this unbearable itch to have a child she can call her own.

She said sheโ€™s never felt as unfulfilled as she does now and that she doesnโ€™t want to be the only one of her friends who dies without a legacy.

She discovered that she was pregnant 2 months ago and was so excited she cried.

My daughter (29F) and I have birthdays one week apart so we invited her over to a joint birthday dinner at our house. We saw it as a good chance to break the news that she was going to have a new half sibling.

When my daughter and her soon to be husband had taken their seats, I broke the news to them.

An awkward silence descended and my daughter crossed her arms across her chest and said โ€œ I honestly... wow. I canโ€™t.. be anything other than shocked right now.โ€

Her boyfriend interjected an awkward congratulations.

My wife was really upset and asked my daughter to elaborate and why it was too much to just be happy for us.

My daughter said โ€œDad- you know youโ€™re not 31 anymore. God- you barely chased me and ( her brother) around, are you going to do that now? I mean have you thought about graduations? Iโ€™m sure the wedding age will be 35 two decades from now.โ€

When her boyfriend tried to interject her voice rose and said โ€œ No- I canโ€™t NOT feel bad for my half sibling! Iโ€™m going to get attached and then have to deal with a college kid being depressed that their friendsโ€™ dads are young.โ€

She started crying and called both of us โ€œunethical as hell for doing this.โ€ She excused herself to the bathroom and my wife looked extremely upset.

I realized I couldnโ€™t sit through a dinner after she insulted the both of us when my wife was already stressed from her pregnancy because gestational diabetes runs in her family.

When my daughter came back and said could we talk about something else I said I think itโ€™s better if we end the dinner then. She got mad and said she cannot believe Iโ€™m kicking her out for speaking her mind. She protested and said she wanted to stay and celebrate our birthdays but I insisted that she leave. She said thanks for ruining the night and her birthday next week.

AITA for ending birthday celebrations for the both of us because a lot of things that were said was offensive and too emotionally charged? Her boyfriend seemed relieved.

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Tonight's dinner entertainment v.redd.it/vxt78z0cnrb61
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What are your โ€œgo toโ€ dinner recipes that your family/partner loves that arenโ€™t pasta or ground beef?

I do most of the cooking for me and my partner because I like to. I need some more variety tho and was hoping for some inspiration, I know itโ€™s a simple question but Iโ€™d love to get more ideas.

We decided weโ€™re sick of pasta, I love pasta but weโ€™ve been eating a LOT of it lately because itโ€™s cheap and so good. Dishes Iโ€™ve been making a lot lately: cheesy rice with broccoli and chicken, PASTA (spaghetti, pesto, ravioli, lasagna, etc), ground beef in general (I have made hamburger helper, chili, and tacos a lot lol)...and we are feeling burnt out on these things.

We arenโ€™t picky eaters and we like rice, potatoes, all veggies, chicken, shrimp, any other kind of beef, anything really. Asian style noodles would be okay Iโ€™m just done with Italian. Just looking for some new ideas :)

Edit: just wanted to say a collective TYSM to everybody posting recipes! Didnโ€™t expect such an amazing response, you guys are super creative and I appreciate this community ๐Ÿ’• Iโ€™m reading all and taking notes lol.

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Monday Pre Dinner Bass Slappin Bluegrass Nonsense with Sea Shanties reddit.com/rpan/r/RedditSโ€ฆ
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AITA Leaving NYE's dinner after my SIL made an announcement while we were honoring my son?

I F32 lost my son to SID at the end of November. He was only 5 months old It was unexpected he was our first after awaiting for 4 years. This was so devastating. My heart feels heavy I can no longer hear him laugh/cry/watch his dad play with him. The house is empty and I barely find the energy to get out of bed because my family needs me.

I spent Christmas with my in-laws. My family weren't happy they insisted that I come to celebrate New year's eve and eat dinner with them. I found my aunts who have been very supportive and we talked. My husband apologized for not attending. My brother went on about how disrespectful my husband was for not coming and how he was treating my family like they were less than but that's not true.

Before dinner was ready my aunt talked about my son and wanted everybody to take 3 minutes of silence to honor him. In exactly 15 seconds my sister in law got up and said she wanted to tell the family something. everyone was looking at her. And she announced that she and my btother were expecting. My aunt and I were stunned while everybody else got up and congratulated her. It was very disrespectful to do that. I didn't move from my seat. She kept staring at me until my mom told me to go hug her and congratulate her and my brother.

Then my sister in law smiled at me and said She wanted me to answer "some questions" about my son's death after dinner to know "what went wrong" and prevent it in the future. I lashed out at her and told her she was disrespecting me and my son by talking like that. She felt defended and kept asking why I was talking to her like that. My mom told me to knock it off. My brother said nothing he just looked upset. I got into an argument with my mom and sister in law. she told me to not treat your sister like that and ruin the night for the family. . I left before dinner.

My mom called my husband and told him that I ruined the night with how I reacted to the news and that everyone lost their appetite because of unnecessary stress caused by me. She sent me a text saying that my sister in law found New year's eve as the perfect opportunity for the announcement but I was sad and petty and ruined their night and needed to apologize to my brother and his wife because they were incredibly upset for ruining their year and their joy.

I just want to mention that my husband was so mad and said that he would've put everyone in their place if he was there when they berated me and hurt me like that. I don't know what m

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AITA For serving my husband's parents pizza on Christmas dinner when they showed up unexpectedly?

I F33 am a nurse and I been crazy busy lately. So busy that I'd spend two consecutive days at the hospital. I covered shifts during weekends/holidays for this year. We're not doing well financially and I've only been working for a few months and we have debts to pay for on time.

I'm exhausted all the time. I don't get to sleep much. My husband's parents are a.w.a.r.e of my work nature but still acted upset I didn't go shop for their gifts earlier. They did receive gifts from me and I made sure everyone was happy. My husband told me his mom wanted to bring the family and celebrate Christmas at our house. I politely declined and explained that I can't be serving 10+ people when I'm committed to a very demanding. Very strict schedule. My mother in law still pissed at me for this and told the family that I was using my job as an excuse since "I obviously can't even cook a decent meal let alone host a celebration". I really thought that they let another family member host Christmas dinner.

Christmas day at 2pm I got off work and went home feeling exhausted and could barely take a shower. My husband didn't leave the house and when I asked him about wether his family invited him for dinner he said no because "I ruined it" when I refused to let them come. I knew he was starting an argument I just left it at that. At 6pm the door rang and I saw his mom and dad walking in. I greeted them and brought them coffee and biscuits. They said they came to give us our gifts on behalf of the family and they stayed for over two hours. His mom started giving me looks and asking when she and her husband were going to eat dinner. I got up and decided to reheat the pizza we had from the night before and when his mom saw it she stared at me and asked if I was serious, she asked me where is Christmas dinner and was stunned that I didn't cook for the occasion. I told her I didn't cook because I wasn't expecting anyone to be invited to the house. She got upset and said that I should've cooked for the occasion REGARDLESS of wether we had guests or not because she said it's part of the "celebration" and talked about how every home had a Christmas feast. She said I had no ettiquete and that I was clearly Starving her son by not cooking even on holidays.

I got into an argument with her while my husband and his dad sat there watching. She called me disrespectful and to stop using my job as an excuse for my lack of function as a wife. Then they left. My husband said I should've taken a

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AITA for embarrassing my sister during family dinner

So i (F21) was having dinner with my family. My sister(31) and her fiancรฉ, my 2 brothers (28, 23) and my parents.

Let me give a small back story before i continue. My sister has hated me all my life. I donโ€™t know why but she does. I tried my hardest to have a relationship with her but she never cared for it.

Youโ€™d think after weโ€™ve all matured, sheโ€™d quit whatever it is sheโ€™s on but sheโ€™s still the same as she was when we were children. My parents never called her out on how she treated me so she just continued it.

One of her favorite things to do is compare me at a certain age to her when she was that age. For example, โ€œI was smarter at 14 than OP was, i even got better gradesโ€. And that brings me to today. My sister was on her shit again and comparing me and the college courses iโ€™m currently taking vs the ones she took.

She took it to another level and said i wasnโ€™t smart and she could prove i cheated 12 years through school and 2 years in college (???). She asks (this is her exact question) โ€œif youโ€™re so smart what is the noun of a pronoun with an adverbโ€. Everyone around the table kinda just stares like what? She asks again. I tell her thereโ€™s no answer to that as it didnโ€™t make any sense. Her conclusion, iโ€™m an idiot.

So, i decided to ask her a question. I asked her to tell me how does precipitation work in the water cycle. A simple question to me. No answer. She gets red and says i purposely used a โ€œbig wordโ€ to confuse her and i wasnโ€™t being fair. Hereโ€™s where i could be the ass. I mocked what she said โ€œBut i thought you were smarter than meโ€. My brother chimed in and said it was a fair question and she got embarrassed and walked out.

My dad says i owe her an apology and said i shouldโ€™ve been the โ€œbigger personโ€ as iโ€™ve always been. I told him iโ€™m not going to apologize and she can cry about it Aita?

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AITA for pooping during a dinner party?

Throwaway because my wife and coworkers know my username.

My wife and I were hosting a dinner party (pre-COVID). At some point during the meal, I felt like I needed to poop, so I got up from the table and excused myself to the downstairs bathroom. After a while (20 minutes or so?) I was done with my business, so I washed my hands and returned to the table. I didn't notice anything odd, but later that night after our guests had left, my wife told me I had been rude to our guests. She said I had violated the unspoken (but, according to her, universally known and practiced) "Dinner Party Pooping Rules."

In my wife's words, the DPPRs are:

  1. If you are hosting a dinner party and you need to drop a deuce, you must absent yourself to the upstairs/private toilet with a believable non-poop excuse, and you may be gone for 3-5 minutes.
  2. If your bowel evacuation takes longer than 3-5 minutes to arrive and reach completion, it is not a Dinner Party Poop and must wait until either a) after the guests have left or b) your state of bowel readiness has progressed to the point that the poop will take no more than 3-5 minutes.
  3. You are not permitted to befoul the public/downstairs bathroom with poop stench.
  4. Nor are you permitted to use either bathroom (but especially not the downstairs/public bathroom, which is adjacent to the dining room) for upwards of 15 minutes, especially not when you have a table full of guests in the dining room trying to make polite conversation despite your conspicuous absence.

I agreed to use the upstairs bathroom if I needed to poop the next time we had a dinner party, but only because it wasn't worth getting into an argument with my wife about pooping. She says it's not about pooping, it's about making our guests feel uncomfortable by being gone from the table for a long time, and for making the guest bathroom smell like poop. IDK, I guess I think that bathrooms are for pooping in and it's not a big deal, and no one else follows these rules?

So, Reddit: AITA for pooping during a dinner party?

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