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Chicago public school teacher Dwayne Reed, who's wife is eight months pregnant with their first child, requested to work from home to minimize his COVID risk. His school district said no. So Reed's teaching remotely - from right outside his school.
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My wife just told me she's pregnant with our 2nd!! 🥳 A) sweet! B) THANK YOU WSB FOR THESE 3M RETURNS! I'm on track to retire early and spend time with my kids 🙂🥲😭
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AITA for being upset enough at my wife for how she reacted to a house fire with our baby in the house that I left for a night with our baby?

My wife and I have an 8 month old. Last week I was coming home from work and just as I was coming up the driveway, she came running down the driveway barefoot. She saw me and yelled at me to call 911, there was a fire in the kitchen

I asked her where our daughter was because she wasn't with her, and she said she was inside and to call 911 fast.

We live somewhere rural and response times are slow, I immediately was scared the house would go up with our daughter inside before the fire department came. I tried to run inside and she tried to stop me yelling again and again that I couldn't go in, there was a fire...

I went in, the way the house is laid out you have to go though the kitchen to get to the hallway with the nursery. There was a grease fire on the stove in a pan and the wall above the stove and the curtains nearby was catching. I put out the pan by putting a lid on and then put out the wall and curtains with the fire extinguisher. Then I immediately went to the nursery and got our daughter.

Going back outside my wife was gone, I soon found out she went down the road looking for a neighbor who's phone she could use.

But at the time, and for a while, I was really upset that her reaction to a fire had been to run out without our baby and to even try to stop me from going inside before the fire department had come. And that she put her in danger by not trying to put the fire out with a lid or baking tray over the grease fire at first when it was smaller, or trying to use the fire extinguisher. If I hadn't come home when I did I don't want to think about what would have happened

The fire department showed up but the fire was already out, and my wife returned too, driven by a neighbor. I was angry with her for the reasons I said and she just totally clammed up.

I went to stay with my brother and sister and law that night, taking our daughter. And my wife was very angry with me over it, saying the next day "how dare i leave her alone after that, she needed someone to drive her to the urgent care after injuring her feet running barefoot"

That upset me even more, that that was what she was worried about, not what had almost happened when she ran out of the house on fire without our baby. I've been staying at my brother's for about a week now. I don't know what to do, or if I was in the wrong for being so angry

AITA for how I reacted to my wife starting an accidental kitchen fire then running away leaving our baby in the house?

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My wife has been learning to play video games recently. To fix a point of frustration, I made her a diagram under the TV so she didn't have to keep looking down at the controller.
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AITA for telling my wife that I don't have to speak to our daughter until I feel comfortable?

Found out a couple days ago that our daughter (17f) is pregnant. I was so angry that I just went numb and walked away. I've never been so disappointed in my life. We used to be super close but I don't even talk to her anymore.

Today my daughter came over to me while I was watching TV and asked if we were still watching the SuperBowl together.

I was going to ignore her, but I told her, "This is the last time I'm speaking to you because obviously everything I've been telling you over the years just goes in one ear and out the other. I've never been so disappointed in my life. I told you about safe sex, condoms, birth control. On top of that, you betrayed my trust. You used to tell me everything. I argued with your mother all those times about letting you go to your boyfriend's house because I thought you were responsible and that you would come to me if anything happened. But I was wrong. So from now on, don't talk to me ever again. Anything you want to talk to me about, go tell your mother and have her pass it on to me."

Later, my wife comes into my den and asks what happened. I told her to ask her daughter. She said she did but she couldn't understand her because she was crying so much. I told her what I had said, and she got upset and said that I have to talk to her. I told her "No, I already did. And I'm not talking to her again until I feel comfortable, and I don't know when that might be. Maybe never."

Edit Our daughter told us she was pregnant not last Friday, but the Friday before that. Like I said I haven't been speaking to my daughter since then, but my wife used to tell me what was going on until I told her to stop.

What I've been told:

▪︎The boyfriend wants to be a part of my daughter's life and raise the baby.

▪︎His family is supportive.

▪︎My daughter and her boyfriend were practicing safe sex and using condoms, but he "ran out" one day and they decided to use the pull-out method.

And that's when I told my wife I didn't want to hear anymore.

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My wife just gave birth to our firstborn, and me and my son both have the same weird genetic abnormality where we have an extra large space between our first and second toes
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AITA for not telling my wife that I had agreed to be a guardian before we even met?

I have always said I didn’t want kids of my own. However, I became very close with my niece and nephew. I babysat them; they’ve spent weekends with me. When they were little, my brother and SIL asked me to be their guardian should anything happen to them. I agreed, because they are truly the only kids I could see myself raising. Niece is now 11 years old and nephew is 10 years old. I got married 3 years ago and my wife felt the same as me about not having kids. She’s very good to my niece and nephew. However, I never told her about what I agreed to with my brother and SIL.

Last year, my SIL passed quite unexpectedly. It’s been very hard on my brother. My wife and I have been helping him out a lot. Last week, my brother sat us down and said he was updating his own will. He got a sizable life insurance policy from SIL’s death and he’s put most of it into trusts for the kids. He wanted us to be in charge of the trusts in the event of his passing. We agreed. Then my brother mentioned adding my wife as guardian in the will as we never did that. My wife was confused and I told her that before we even met, I had agreed to be the kids’ guardian. She got all freaked out and started saying we agreed on no kids, this wasn’t no kids, etc. This started upsetting my brother as he worried his kids wouldn’t have anyone to raise them (we’re literally the only options). I told my brother that I’d talk to my wife about it.

She’s pretty pissed that I never told her this before. I told her it shouldn’t matter, would she really let these kids be orphaned if their dad died? I said my brother dying probably isn’t going to happen before they’re 18. She pointed out we didn’t think SIL would either. She basically relented and said she’d become guardian but I’d be doing all of the work with them. I called her selfish for viewing my niece and nephew as a burden. Now we’re barely talking.

My friend has told me that I am being an ass and I can’t be surprised at my wife’s reaction. Upon further reflection, I wonder if he’s right. AITA?

Update: Wow, you guys have been loud and clear. I was an asshole. To those wishing my marriage would fall apart, congratulations! Wife left this morning.

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[Update] My favorite nugget from the Stafford deal: Sean McVay & his fiancée 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/mysportsupdat…
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Hey guys, any chance you can help me word a text message to my wife about why I was a bit longer on my walk this morning?
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AITA For leaving my wife outside without keys while I played World of Warcraft?

Okay, I realize the title sounds awful, but I think context is super important here.

I play World of Wacraft: Classic. In this game, you get a group of 40 people together to kill bosses in a joint effort, and when the bosses die they drop items that your characters can use. It's called raiding. Each boss can only be killed once a week, so once a week my guild and I get together to raid.

An aspect of World of Wacraft: Classic is something called World Buffs. These are stat increases you can get for your character in order to make them do more damage, have more health, regenerate more mana, etc. And they are a real bitch to get. They occur all over the very large game world, on set schedules, and at very specific times. For example, one of the buffs is on a 7ish hour cooldown and can only be given when one person turns in the head of a slain dragon (and this can only be done once per character). Coordinating World Buffs is so intense and ridiculous there are entire discord servers that exist simply to let people know when they are going to happen.

What this means is that in order to prepare for a raid, I have to spend a significant amount of time collecting these buffs for my character - and our raid leader (the guy in charge) requires them in order to get an invitation to the raid. Oh, and if you die, that's it, you lose them.

Onto what happened. My wife and I live in a major city, and had ordered food delivery. Our building is small (only one other unit) and it has a vestibule of the kind where if a door closes behind you, it locks. Typically, when we order delivery and the doorbell rings, I go downstairs to collect the food. But, on the night in question we were preparing for a particularly difficult boss encounter (they last ~5-7 minutes). If you don't do the mechanics properly, you will die and lose your buffs, and potentially cause all 39 other players to die, too.

So, right as we start the encounter, the doorbell rings and she goes downstairs to get the food. As she was leaving I told her to not forget her keys, but she did. So, after collecting the food she was stuck in the vestibule with no way back into the apartment.

Here's where I might be the asshole: This happens occasionally (hence why I told her to not forget her keys) - when it does, my wife rings the doorbell in order to let me know she's stuck. On this occasion when the doorbell rang, I ignored it until the boss encounter was over - perhaps 5 minutes or so.

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Alexei Navalny bids farewell to his wife Yulia before his arrest
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When you realize the ex wife did at least one important job that has been neglected for 5 months at your new house
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AITA for giving my best friend my money without consulting my wife?

Update: To answer a few questions that came up in the comments, Sarah didn’t ask for 3K, I estimated that the application fees would be around 1,500-2000 and I added additional money because I know she won’t ask me for money if she needs it. My wife found out from Sarah’s friend, like I said we are part of the same social circle. My wife hasn’t provided any reason why she dislikes Sarah or why she thinks she’s in love with me, she said that it’s her gut feeling and her gut is never wrong. I’ve made a few concessions in the past to keep the peace like not making Sarah my best man at the wedding or part of the wedding party, not making her our child’s god mother although she babysits her the most, only hanging out with her when my wife is around. But I couldn’t watch someone who is like a bio sister to me suffer because of how my wife feels about her.

After reading the comments, I apologized to my wife last night and agreed to the complete separation of finances. She also asked that I have no contact with Sarah going forward, I told her that I’d need time to think about that. I couldn’t stomach cutting off someone who has been part of my life for the past 28 years. She got really upset that I wouldn’t agree to this right away and decided to sleep in the guest room. This morning, I received screenshots of text messages between my wife and Sarah that she sent her over the week, calling Sarah all sorts of names and berating her. Her words were cruel and her reaction really is out of character. I confronted my wife for sending those messages when I’m at the one at fault. She has left the house. I don’t know where we go from here but I’d be logging off for a while to attend to my child and prepare for the worst. Thank you all for your judgements.

Throwaway. I 32(M) have been together with my wife (Erin 31F) for seven years now, married for 3 years. We have a daughter (Evelyn 1.5 F). I have a best friend who I grew up with (Sarah 32F) , we were neighbors from age four, went to the same college and lived together as room mates until I got married. My wife and Sarah aren’t best friends. They have never really gotten along but they remain cordial with each other. My wife insists that Sarah is in love with me. She isn’t, we are more like siblings since we are the only child of our parents and they even refer to the both of us as their kids. Besides Sarah is bi but has only been dating women in all of our adult lives. My wife and I make roughly around the same s

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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.

I’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. I’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, she’ll randomly come into my office and tell me “I’m hungry” 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 she’ll just roll her eyes and leave, which I think is rude.

We got into an argument yesterday where she told me I’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 I’m making myself lunch or dinner, I will make some for her, but I’m not going to drop everything to stand at a microwave for two minutes when she’s capable of doing that herself. I don’t tell her when I think something needs to be cleaned, you know?

Anyway, she thinks I’m being a jerk and I think she’s acting childish. AITA

EDIT: okay, a lot of people think I’m the asshole here, which, after defending myself and still getting told I’m the asshole, I’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: I’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, I’ve been acting shamefully.

Final EDIT: I’ve noticed an uptick in NTA comments and I don’t want anyone to get downvoted because they didn’t see my comments. We also have a newborn that she’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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AITA for taking the last slice of pie from my pregnant wife?

Okay, title sounds really bad. Here we go. My wife (29f) is in her third trimester, and she and I (28m) have been married for 4 years.

My sister is an amazing baker and has always sent delicious baked goods to family members. It used to be that wife and I would split the goodies pretty evenly, except for the lemon meringue pie, which my wife didn't like (but I loved) so I ate most of that.

However, since she's become pregnant, my wife has developed a sudden hankering for the lemon meringue. So much so that, well, she usually ends up eating all of it now. (I'm usually at work when my sister delivers the pie, so my wife, at home, will get to it first.) I asked if she wouldn't mind saving me just a single slice, because I liked it a lot too, and she agreed - but then ended up eating it all and said she hadn't been able to stop her cravings. This happened for a second time, then a third time. I know it's silly to get worked up over a slice of pie, and she's pregnant so of course her appetite is greater... but it was something I had been looking forward to and then my expectations kept getting dashed.

The fourth time, I again asked if I could have the last slice of pie. My wife said yes, as usual, and promised she meant it. This time, my shift ended early so I arrived in time to see my wife chowing down. There was just one slice left and she was eyeing it. When she saw me, she apologized and asked if she could have the last slice - that now that she had started eating it, she couldn't help but really, really need it.

On the other hand, I had been looking forward to the pie all day. I said no, we talked about this, and you already had the whole rest of the pie. I then took the slice and started eating.

My wife immediately burst into tears and ran out of the room, and she's been in there ever since and not talking to me. I now feel really shitty. I didn't think she would react this way, and the pie was not worth whatever distress I caused her. Instead of lemon meringue, I only taste regret.

So Reddit, AITA for eating that slice?

Edit: Wow, thanks for all the perspectives, a lot of this didn't occur to me. I'm still catching up on the comments so apologies if I don't get to some questions. As a quick update, my wife came out of the bedroom, and before I could say anything, she apologized. She said she had felt embarrassed about her eating habits for a while (she used to be an extremely healthy eater before the pregnancy), and when I took the last slice it j

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My wife and I have been waiting 10 years to play this game again. Just in time to play it on our finished quarantine project!
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AITA for telling neighbors wife why I stopped hanging around their kids?

I (27M) just moved into my new house a couple months ago in a nice neighborhood. It was a house my late uncle was renting out and left it to me

The neighbors next door have 2 kids ages 8 and 11. When I first moved in, I started taking up painting outside. Not a professional but I used to love it in highschool so I decided to try again since I’m not really busy with work and have the free time.

The boys would notice me outside in the afternoons and the eldest asked me once if they could borrow my paint so they can make something too. And that’s where it started. I’m a kids guy and hope to have my own one day so I let them start coming over to paint after they were done with school.

We got along great and they enjoyed learning how to paint. Their mom hangs around when I’m outside with them to look at their work and I’d chat with her.

This has been an everyday thing for the last couple of months.

Well until a few wks ago when the dad approached me. This is the 2nd time I’ve seen him since I moved. He never leaves the house even when they do.

He was really mad because he didn’t appreciate me “flirting” with his wife in front of his own house. And also doesn’t like that I’m using his kids just to talk to her.

This caught me by surprise. I’ve never behaved in any way that would be inappropriate around her. Most of our talks are about her kids or everyday stuff.

I did try to explain and apologize if I crossed any lines but he just said to keep my distance from his family. So that’s what I ended up doing. When the kids would come over I’d tell them that I’m stuck with work stuff.

It makes me sad to bum them out but I didn’t want to overstep with their dad. Then on Friday neighbor’s wife came out while I was watering my lawn. She said she hopes they didn’t bother me too much and was sorry if they took up so much of my time.

It’s because she thought I stopped having the kids over because I was tired of them or something .

I didn’t want her feeling bad since it probably seemed that way with how I abruptly ended the painting sessions. So I told her that her husband didn’t seem happy about it and he asked me to keep my distance.

Didn’t go into details, I only said i didn’t want to upset him.

It was obvious she didn’t know from her reaction but she thanked me for telling her.

But that just seemed to make things worse because he came at me this morning even worse than before. He was beyond pissed that I told her anything and now it’s my fault they h

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AITA for taking a much needed vacation in the middle of my wife’s grief?

At around 6pm Tuesday night my mother in law died.

Doctors had discovered that she had an inoperable brain tumor around 5 months ago and we pretty much knew that there was no hope.

My mother in law had been in hospice and it was a good facility but my wife still went into total zombie mode.

So it’s been 5 months of non stop work and no affection or appreciation for any of my efforts.

My wife does nothing but eat pre packaged microwave meals so I have to cook dinner for our 15 year old daughter. She never makes an effort, to the point of wearing sweats even to work, and worst of all, she went from showering every day to maybe twice a week.

My daughter made my wife a cake for her 45th birthday three and a half months ago. I knew that my 45th birthday, which was yesterday, would be given no attention because doctors had said ( again) that this was the end and my wife has done nothing but cry when she hears that.

I called some of my family and friends, who all live in Arizona, and they said I deserved to have a good birthday.

So I agreed to go back home for the week to celebrate and catch up.

My wife got furious when she heard I was going and she started begging and crying that she would control her outward expressions of depression and grief if I stayed and said that she felt it was true this time even though we have had like four false alarms regarding her mother before.

In addition, her mother and I have never been close and I know I don’t land anywhere close to the top people she wants to see before she passes.

My wife said she’ll work to be less distant and she does not care if we lose the money if I had already booked the plane ticket.

I told my wife that I didn’t need her to pretend to act less distant and I know she’s grieving in a way I’ve never grieved before but that I was no help to her right now and was so fatigued that I needed a break.

So I ended up flying down to Arizona and on Tuesday night I get the call that my mother in law had passed from my daughter.

She said she’s staying at her best friend’s house and she’s perfectly fine. However my wife texts me and says I betrayed our wedding vows. I asked if I should come back when we were expecting a lot of old family friends for my birthday and my return flight is on Sunday.

My wife says to do whatever I want and that if I’m expecting my old, work out every day and dresses up every day wife back when I come home, I will be disappointed.

AITA for taking this trip because I need

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Wife doesn’t have Reddit but would like to share her achievement.
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AITA for calling my brother an “insecure, testicle grabbing, chauvinist man-baby” over his comments about my wife’s makeup?

That’s the actual quote. I’m still pissed as hell but maybe I went too far here.

My brother and I are both late 30s. We get along fine most of the time, but my brother doesn’t do well in a lot of social situations. He says things that are inappropriate, gets overly opinionated, yells a lot etc. He just doesn’t seem to understand tact or when to let things go in a casual conversation.

Our wives are best friends. They talk almost everyday on FaceTime.

My wife is an ex model/actress (local) and very good with makeup. She’s in her mid 30’s, we have 3 kids and she doesn’t wear much makeup anymore - but she got some as a gift for Christmas and decided she wanted to get more. Apparently she’s been buying cheap stuff and she wanted to splurge on some good shit.

Anyway, she’s been testing it all out over the last month, buying more here and there and doing these crazy eyeshadow things - honestly I don’t know what I’m talking about. She looks great all the time. She’s gorgeous without makeup. She’s really talented with it though and she’s having a lot of fun. I tease her a little since she works from home and she’s wearing pajamas but her makeup looks like she’s at a nightclub. I think it’s cute and funny.

My brother thinks she’s doing it because she’s cheating or she wants to cheat. He called me this morning to say he’s concerned because he’s seen her on FaceTime and he’s decided she must be posting pictures or sending pics to some dude or multiple dudes. I tried to blow it off and explain that it wasn’t that way, but he got more aggressive about it so I ended up yelling at him and shouting the insecure testicle man baby thing.

He’s being ridiculous and needs to mind his own business. But I think I might be the asshole for blowing up and name calling when he’s probably well intentioned.

I want to add too (my mom and brother both asked, maybe other people will): No, I haven’t asked my wife why she’s recently starting wearing more makeup and I’m not going to because I think asking is fucking rude.

She’s spending her money on stuff for her face and it’s a creative hobby. I’m not going to be the dick that ruins someone’s creative outlet by asking them to justify it or by insinuating there’s a sinister motive behind it. It makes her happy so I assume that’s why she’s doing it. Asking why is dumb and insulting in my opinion.

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Mom, dad, wife, wife's boyfriend all telling me to sell. Holding fast. 💎🙌🍌🦍🦍💪🚀
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Dita Von Teese, former wife of Marilyn Manson issues statement regarding abuse allegations: "The details made public do not match my personal experience during our 7 years together as a couple. Had they, I would not have married him in December 2005." latimes.com/entertainment…
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📅︎ Feb 05 2021
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AITA for snapping at my restaurant manager for complaining about my wife?

My (50M) dad just passed away and as a result, I have inherited his set of businesses in the food and hospitality industry.

I also recently got married and unfortunately I feel like among my staff there’s been some hostility towards my wife.

My cousin’s son, who interned with me over the summer, told me he heard over the grapevine that employees would often say that my parents were wonderful, generous people. And thar they loved my parents, they liked me, but hated my new wife and have called her “not a good person” multiple times.

One of our family’s businesses is a local boutique hotel. The restaurant there functions really well for people needing a meeting space.

My wife is from Europe, where most of her family is, and doesn’t work so most of her social life is structured around mom groups at the preschool our son attends.

She and her group of friends haven’t gotten together in a long time and were thinking of getting together to plan a spring event for the preschool.

She’s been upset about how busy I’ve been settling my dad’s remaining legal affairs so I told her what’s mine is hers and to feel to invite her friends over and treat them.

I was gone for the weekend and it turns out she invited her friends to the restaurant at the hotel after it closed and asked the employees who were there to help her in serving drinks and desserts. More friends came than she expected so she needed some extra help but mostly she was the one doing all the hosting

After her mom friends left she was pulled aside by the manager and a few stray waiters and waitresses who were still there. The manager said that he believed that the waitstaff deserved a tip for staying. My wife disagreed, saying she didn’t ask for all of them to stay and that in Europe no waiters would ever pull someone aside to demand a tip and yelled at them for being rude and said they’d be hearing from me.

When I came into work on Monday, the manager asked to talk to me and said he assumed my wife told me ( my wife was asleep when I got in on Sunday and still asleep when I went to work). He relayed the whole incident and said he stands by his decision to demand a tip alongside the rest of the staff who stayed after.

He said he has worked here for 35 years and that if this was another customer he’d think twice about letting them from come in ever again. I think his long history with my parents emboldens him but I was furious in the moment about him implying that he would BAN MY WIFE from the r

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Woke up and discovered my wife moved our coat stand yesterday.
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Navalny makes heart gesture to wife Yulia before being sentenced to 2.5 years in prison
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AITA for calling my wife and MIL ridiculous because they’re still upset at me over something that happened on Christmas?

I do want to apologise for any spelling mistakes as english isn’t my first language

I (M35) have been married for 3 years. My wife (F34) and i have 2 kids (M5) and (F3).

Just gonna hop right into it. Last Christmas like every other one my wife and i have a talk. Its really her telling me not to act like a “child” on Christmas morning. My in laws spend a week with us and leave after New Years and MIL always leaves with a complaint to my wife about my “behavior”.

Here’s what i do, i stay in my pajamas, and i sit on the floor with my kids and open presents with them. THATS IT. I don’t see the issues with this but my wife and MIL has huge problem with it. My wife always pulls me to the side and it turns into an argument. She wants me to go upstairs and change into clothes and act like an adult i don’t see problems with me staying in pajamas at 8 am

My MIL came to visit today and she asked me if i was ready to apologise for behaving like a “fool” on Christmas. This shit happened A MONTH AGO and she wants me to apologize. My wife just told me to say i’m sorry so it can be settled. I said she and her mother were being ridiculous and they needed to get over it as i’m not going to stop enjoying Christmas with my kids.

My MIL got offended and stormed out. My wife called me an asshole for “insulting” them. She now wants me to say sorry for both incidents. I didn’t even consider her words. My MIL posted on Facebook about me “insulting” her and im being harassed into apologising. I feel foolish just writing about this. So now here i am, so reddit tell me, am i the asshole?

Edits to add~ No it’s not inappropriate pajamas, i’m around my kids. It’s a regular shirt and pajama pants. Im not walking round in my skivvies. And i’m not in them all day usually til’ 10 in the morning, no later

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My wife after a 13 hour nursing shift in the Covid Unit.
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So my wife quit her job today to sell Arbonne

I’m at my wits end and don’t know what to do anymore. I cringed when she got into this but tried to be supportive (married less than two years; both mid thirties) as she still held her full time job and said this was just a “side hustle”. She says she has never been in a better place mentally and then kept pressuring me to quit her job and go FT in this junk. I honestly got tired of hearing it and finally said, “if you can prove your a netting as much as you do with your job now then I’m all for it”. I did a little bit of research before I said this and imagine that after expenses and costs that there is no way she is making $50k.

I make plenty enough to support us both but I don’t want to see her take a step back and throw away a career because of this. The phone calls at night, cringing when I overhear something she or one of her friends says about it makes me feel sick. Today she came home and told me that she put in her notice. I’m livid, but now it’s “I’m not supporting her”. Long winded rant but I guess I’m asking for some advice on folks that might have some knowledge of this MLM and what I need to look/ask for when she’s “presenting” me her earnings. I also said I would like to see her expenses which I’m sure she will scrub/manipulate a bit and I won’t see the whole picture. Anyone have any advice here? Arbonne sucks, fuck Arbonne.

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“Can you check the dashcam? I almost got in an accident and this guy came out of nowhere!” - My wife shortly before realizing she was the idiot. v.redd.it/dz7829vfnvf61
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My now wife, now mother of my children, when we first met she was over me playing MW3 so much so I bought her a T shirt for X-mas, Now every year for 10 years I have bought her my favorite game Tee every year much to her delight!
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Chicago public school teacher Dwayne Reed, who's wife is eight months pregnant with their first child, requested to work from home to minimize his COVID risk. His school district said no. So Reed's teaching remotely — from right outside his school.
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Capitol Rioter Spotted in Chamber with Zip Ties Is Arrested After Ex-Wife Calls FBI people.com/crime/capitol-…
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The day after his wife disappeared in a kayaking accident in the Bay Of Fundy, Nova Scotia , a man answered his door to find two grim-faced Mounties. "We know it's late, sir, but we have some information about your wife," said one of the Mounties.

"Tell me! Did you find her!?" the husband shouted.

The Mounties looked at each other. One said,

"We have some bad news, some good news, and some really great news.. Which do you want to hear first?"

Fearing the worst, the ashen husband said "Give me the bad news first."

The second Mountie said, "I'm sorry to tell you, sir, but this morning we found your wife's body in the bay." "Oh my God!" exclaimed the husband. Swallowing hard, he asked, "What's the good news?"

The Mountie continued, "When we pulled her up, she had 6 twenty-five pound snow crabs and 12 good-size lobsters clinging to her."

Stunned, the husband demanded, "If that's the good news, what's the great news???"

The Mountie answered, "We're gonna pull her up again tomorrow."

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This one is personal. My racist ass mother posted this on her FB. The same woman who disowned me on Jan 6th cause she loves Trump and hates anyone brown and my wife is black and we have mixed children so even our own mothers can be part of the problem. My entire family is a bunch of racist pricks
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AITA for telling my wife that the only reason she says 'money doesn't matter' is because we're rich?

I (48M) and my wife (47F) both have very well paying jobs. I am a Pediatric Doctor and she's an Attorney, which have allowed us and our kids (20F), (17M) and (15M) to have a more than comfortable lifestyle.

My wife has a tendency to say things like 'Money doesn't matter' and that 'material things don't matter' and she says them all the time, which kinda irks me because she's right, but I was raised in a poor family, and I know that she wouldn't be saying the same thing if we were middle-class. But I haven't said anything up until this morning.

I had made a comment about needing a better watch, and my wife was saying her usual 'money doesn't matter'. I told her that she was only saying that because we are rich and because she has never experienced being without money in any sense.

Predictably, she got upset with me, and now I'm wondering if perhaps I overreacted and went too far.

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AITA for continuing to let my ex-wife's autistic brother live with me after our divorce?

My (42M) ex-wife (44F) and I recently separated, we were together for 26 years (we met in high school) and during that time her parents became unable to care for her brother Brody (34M) who is autistic. Brody moved in with my wife and I 10 years ago, and while there was an adjustment period he lived with us happily since then. My marriage's deterioration was completely unrelated to Brody and was centered around my wife's emotional affair with a coworker.

When deciding what to do about Brody's living arrangements I stated that Brody could live with me, but my wife overrode me and demanded Brody come with her. I said I didn't think this was fair, because Brody is verbal, he stated his preferences were to stay at my house, his autism is fairly mild and he is capable of making his preferences known. My wife overrode him and took him with her when she moved out. However, since then she has called me asking me to come get him because he was giving her such a hard time, letting him stay the night for a few days, then a week, and now it's been a few months since he spent the night with her at her apartment.

I consider Brody to be my brother too, I've known him since he was 8 years old, I very much have a strong bond with him and I'd be fine if he stayed living with me until I was old and gray. My ex and her family are very unhappy about this situation, but my argument is and continues to be if they care about his happiness they should listen to his opinions, he is an adult, just because he has autism doesn't mean he doesn't have feelings and preferences. AITA for letting my ex-BIL stay against his family's wishes?

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AITA For kicking my son and his wife out after they took my daughter's room?

I'm a single mom of two (Dale22,and Kim15) my late husband passed away when Kim was 10. It was too much because It's hard being a single mom. Everyone in my life has never stood by me. Where I'm from society tends to be harsh on single moms.

I always felt much stress with all the responsibilities and everyone expecting me to give up. There were MANY times when I felt like a failure and I never want to be seen as a failure in my children's eyes. I want them to look up to me. Learn from my experiences. And learn to stand by themselves and be strong. Kim is the apple of my eye. She went through so much. I tend to be "overprotective" of her as they say. I was with someone (A Police Officer) who was "nice" to me but once I noticed how poorly he treated Kim. I told him to leave immediately. I decided to focus on Kim.

Dale and his wife are expecting. He's been unemployed for months, and they left their rental apartment and moved in with us temporarily. However his wife started disrespecting Kim's privacy. Walking into her room constantly taking her things and ruining them. They brought boxes of baby stuff and stored them in Kim's room. I told her to move the boxes to the storage room but Dale made excuses that the stuff might get damaged. Dale and his wife talked about staying for a few more months (she's 8m pregnant) til after the baby is a few months old. His wife suggested that my daughter move into my room and they take her room and turn it into a nursery. I said no it's not up for discussion. Dale understood but his wife didn't like it. Kim came to me saying Dale's wife is trying to convince her to give her room to her "nephew" I told Dale's wife firmly to stop annoying Kim.

Yesterday I came home and found Dale moving Kim's stuff out of her room replacing it with their baby's stuff. Kim was in the livingroom waiting for me. She was crying I was livid. Dale's wife made her a sandwich to "calm her down".

I saw Kim's room. her bed was moved. Her fav. Posters. Her closet and graphic art some were put there by her dad. I confronted them. Dale said it was his wife's idea and told him she'll "work it out with me later"

I got into an argument with her. I lashed out at her after she said Kim can take the storage room. I told them to leave immediately. They argued for an hour then left. My mom and sister called me in the evening. Asking how I could kick my own son out and told me to let them move back in. I refused and now they're calling me bad mom saying I'm

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AITA for still attending a wedding after my wife’s miscarriage?

My wife miscarried our baby a week ago.

She is absolutely besides herself.

I was very upset as well, but at the same time, I know that it was obviously not meant to be, especially when it happened so early into the pregnancy before anybody could really form an attachment.

My dad is kind of a “ character” in my family. In our entire extended family everybody else is of average or slightly below average income while my dad got lucky when he was in his thirties and has made a lot of money.

He’s 67 right now. Him and my mom divorced when they were both 35 and he’s been with my stepmother (49F) for 20 years before they divorced 2 years ago.

Around Christmas, my wife and I got an invitation to his wedding ceremony with his new fiancée who is 25 and pregnant.

My wife initially didn’t want to go and was very against it. She had become close to my stepmother and my half siblings from my stepmother and said she thinks my dad is trash.

I was able to convince her to ( reluctantly) agree to attending because the ceremony was only 20 people in total and my dad would definitely feel it if even one person didn’t attend.

Before the holidays I was told my hours at work would be cut. My dad usually doesn’t give handouts but he has offered to help me out, and has sent money even though I didn’t explicitly ask.

After my wife miscarried and I brought up the wedding, she said she wasn’t going to drive four hours to see my dad and that she once again only feels bad for my ex stepmother who has reached out to offer her condolences while my dad hasn’t.

I ask if she still feels sick and she has insisted she’s physically ok but I’d never going to “ get over it.” So I kept asking why she didn’t feel well enough to attend the wedding and she said because she wants to be alone with just her and me and just be in each other’s companies.

She begged me not to leave her for the weekend ( I intended to stay at my dad’s house.)

I finally get annoyed because I felt like she was talking about the baby as if it were still here and told her that the baby would never be a living entity and burying herself in covers wouldn’t make it any better.

I ended up packing my stuff and attending my dad’s wedding. AITA? My wife and I had a phone conversation right after the wedding ceremony where she accused me of doing it for my dad’s financial support and said she’d take on personal debt before she accepts money from my dad.

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Figured my wife's hippie-ass breakfast cleanse pudding belongs here. Banana, spinach and chia.
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AITA For kicking my brother out when he came to see his wife?

I F-26 have 2 sisters and one brother. He's 7 years older. I don't have a good relationship with him because of what he did to our younger sister. My younger sister left when she was 19 and I haven't seen her eversince. However I have a good relationship with his wife. She's a very nice and generous young lady. I don't get involved in her issues with my brother and I don't judge her for being with him although he has issues. The two have their share of arguments.

His wife had issues and miscarried twice before. She got pregnant again and made it to her second trimester. My brother was happy and looked at ease and calmer than usual. This was the family's first baby boy. My older sister has 1 daughter. Unfortunately his wife miscarried on her 5th month. It was devastating for her. But my brother argued with her for days and told the family it was her adult for working which is wrong. She came to my house last Tuesday with her bags asking if she could stay for a few days because she got into an argument with my brother. She was mess she lost weight, she was crying, and was too tired to do anything. I cooked for her and I made arrangement with a therapist to help her.

She doesn't reply to my brother's calls and texts she says she doesn't want to see him for now for her health. She repeatedly asked me to respect her wish and not pressure her to see him but I'd never do that.

He came to my house wanting to see her. I told him I'm no contact with him so he has no right to come inside. He said he was there for his wife. I told him she didn't want to talk to him. He lashed out telling me to mind my business and not get involved. I told him she said that and he said I lied. He demanded I let him come in but I refused. We started arguing. And his voice was getting loud because he was yelling at me and calling me names. I got so mad I told him to leave or I'll call the police.

He left then when My mom heard. She berated me along with my sister and the rest of family saying It's not my business to get involved between my brother and his wife. Much less try to drive a wedge between them. They said I had no right to stop him from seeing his wife and that I was in my sister in law's ear badmouthing my brother out of hate and pitty.I told them I'm just trying to help out and support my SIL but they said that I'm being harsh on my brother and punishing him for years because of something my younger sister did.

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