r/AmITheA**hole For Sending Cops To My Sister's Wedding?

r/AmITheA**hole In today's episode, OP's mother tragically died many years ago. OP has her mother's necklace as a keepsake. When OP's stepsister sees the necklace, she asks OP if she can wear it during her wedding. OP refuses and hides the necklace in her house, but somehow her sister finds the necklace and steals it! When OP finds out that her late mother's necklace has been stolen, she sends the cops to her stepsister's wedding to get it back! Is OP the butthole for ruining her stepsister's wedding by sending in the cops?

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  • I admit it, I was wrong about the wedding dress! She did ask for an honest opinion, and I kinda ignored that part.

    rSlashrSlash18 өдрийн өмнө
    • Where the subreddit comment says everyone's the butthole, I'd argue that nobody's the butthole, because the bride does have the right to feel upset about what was said (I might give her 0.5 out of 5, since wedding or not, she did overreact, and nobody ever considers the fact that this is the groom's special day as well). The groom is 0 out of 5, because his opinion wasn't about the dress itself, but the fact that it didn't match the aesthetic of the rest of the wedding. He probably loved the dress on it's own.

      Alec WilleyAlec Willey5 цагийн өмнө
    • yeah that was a smooth brained opinion bro...

      Daniel ThorneDaniel Thorne14 цагийн өмнө
    • @the dark piginator I she had asked for his honest opinion when bringing out the dress that'd be different. I strongly think that's a shitty conversational corner to be put in. When I'm asked I'm honest too. I think in this case he's an AH because it's an equally shitty conversational corner to be put in if someone is excited about something and the other person goes "Do you want my honest opinion?" It's the same conversational corner and it's going to lead to awkwardness. It's not a grr 'men bad' or a grrr 'women don't want the truth' kinda read. I've been on both sides of that conversation and I don't like it when someone makes a conversation awkward and then gets mad at the other person.

      MoonyMoony4 өдрийн өмнө
    • @Moony one If you ask for a honest opinion then expect a fucking honest opinion it's not his fault that she is a red flag factory and did you go to reddit he said that she took from his money without consent to buy that dress that's why she was so sad

      the dark piginatorthe dark piginator5 өдрийн өмнө
    • @Noctis Alexis at yo she asked about how the dress looked not her and stole 9k from op to buy the dress and her blocking her fiance is a major red flag

      the dark piginatorthe dark piginator5 өдрийн өмнө
  • You essentially went and completely ignored his side

    Myst*Myst*8 цагийн өмнө
  • mate, my Mrs and I went into a wedding dress shop, picked out a few dresses, and went through each one. I gave her my honest opinion and she took it on board. that's how relationships work. if your woman can't take a critique, then don't bother marrying them because that shit will break relationships.

    Daniel ThorneDaniel Thorne14 цагийн өмнө
  • So as far as in the United States is concerned, more women attempt suicide then men, but men are more likely to complete suicide as they use deadlier methods, such as a gun shot to the head, and because men bottle their emotions more often rather than get the help they need

    Maya Jane KeyMaya Jane Key17 цагийн өмнө
  • “Big boys do cry”

    Dark O-manDark O-manӨдрийн өмнө
  • When you ask for someone's opinion you do so knowing full well that they may not like whatever it is you're asking their opinion on but you would respect them for not liking whatever it is that you asked for their opinion on. If you ask for someone's opinion on say your wedding dress and they give you an honest to God answer you don't get to throw a tan from and act like a little kid just because they didn't like your wedding dress or whatever it is. But at least Opie learned a valuable lesson if a woman asks for your opinion on something you either just don't give it or you just give a vague nondescript answer or you just say yeah honey I like it.

    Dutch VanderlindeDutch VanderlindeӨдрийн өмнө
  • wedding dress girl was stupid for asking for an honest opinion, some people can't just lie on the spot like that.

    TK TalkTK Talk2 өдрийн өмнө
  • to the wedding one i'd say run from that mess ASAP! sure she can be mad and probably hurt, but to the point of blocking him? what is the marriage gonna be like then? is she gonna block him when they disagree on the baby's name? color of the house? having a dog or a cat? she asked an opinion ans he gave it and at least did not sound like he did it on a cruel demeaning way, but she could not take the criticism. perhaps that is why they made up the whole "the groom is not supposed to see the dress before the wedding"

    Orsy VelasquezOrsy Velasquez2 өдрийн өмнө
  • 12:30 it is not HER wedding, it's THEIR wedding... Why shouldn't the groom say something about it, since it didn't match the theme? Telling this is a bride thing is VERY sexist.

    MechanicallyDevMechanicallyDev2 өдрийн өмнө
  • You better give the little cry baby 0/5 butt holes. If you gave him any he'd just cry about it. This is whats wrong with the new youth. The dad was right! Suck it up, butter cup!

    Skidz1818Skidz18183 өдрийн өмнө
  • Mac & Cheese Waitress: 100% NAH, Parents get 3/5 AH for letting their kid eat something that makes him puke...I am the same as that kid, I used to love Kraft Dinner(Kraft Mac & Cheese in the blue box) but I would throw up whenever I ate it so my parents would order me or make me something else when my sister ate it...as good parents should! Add in another 2/5 AH for letting him puke in a restaurant and never even offering to clean it up themselves especially since there are others eating in the area.

    Remy LarriveeRemy Larrivee3 өдрийн өмнө
  • Important Rule: NEVER EVER tell a women that you don't like her wedding dress! Even if she says that she wants you to be true, becaue she don't.

    Yuki_FoxsoulYuki_Foxsoul3 өдрийн өмнө
    • No shit honey

      Dutch VanderlindeDutch VanderlindeӨдрийн өмнө
  • The OP with the necklace should've pressed charges against her burglar step-mom and step-sis! And told them that to their face to scare them.

    Danail MarinovDanail Marinov3 өдрийн өмнө
  • You kidding? Of course he should have told the truth about the dress. SHE ASKED for his HONEST opinion. I would be absolutely pissed if I asked for an honest opinion from my husband and he fluffed it up for me so I wouldn't be sad. You gotta be kidding me. If I was happy with my dress, I would straight up tell him to lie and make me feel good. Honestly I usually agree with your opinions on stuff but this was way off the mark for me. It's called an honest opinion for a reason and he even double checked with her.

    Fat MoogleFat Moogle3 өдрийн өмнө
  • Did you cry when you got Yugo? Because if you didn't you should have been so happy you puddled up. Lol

    Patricia OConnorPatricia OConnor3 өдрийн өмнө
  • Uh no rslash. The wife IS a fool. Why ask for an honest answer if u dont want it? Thats stupid. She's stupid. If she is that weak she shouldnt be asking for HONEST OPINIONS.

    rebl_marebl_ma4 өдрийн өмнө
  • The wedding dress: I don't think op is bh, but his bride is. She asked for honest opinion l, he double checked if she actually want to hear it. Also, forget about it not fitting the theme. Op said that it's unflattering for her and I'd prefer my fiance to say that before the wedding so there's a time to change it rather then have photos for the rest of the life. Mac'n'cheese story: otdering food for kid that you know will make hom sick, for me is a borderline child abuse. You willing feeding poison to kid.

    VictoriaVictoria4 өдрийн өмнө
  • RSlash with a swing and a miss on the wedding dress one

    Brayden GriffinBrayden Griffin4 өдрийн өмнө
  • The guy who was crying. Your dad is correct, man up and be thankful that you have an adult male perspective in your life. You will get more and larger knocks in life learn to dust off and move on. When a door closes a window opens. Your dad may sound like a d**k but he’s coming from a place of love.

    PSY StePSY Ste4 өдрийн өмнө
  • Don't ask questions if you don't want answers.

    JemaseJemase4 өдрийн өмнө
  • The last story: wtf kind of parent lets their kid eat food *KNOWING* they'll get sick? You could be poisoning him for all you know, are you trying to commit filicide?

    Dragon LordDragon Lord5 өдрийн өмнө
  • On that dress story, damn rslash you missed the target big time this time...

    KamikaZed GamesKamikaZed Games5 өдрийн өмнө
  • advice from rslash: lie to your wife

    narutomandongonarutomandongo5 өдрийн өмнө
  • It's been my experience that when a bride has a set theme for her wedding, she tends to stick with it throughout the entire planning process, or the bride will find her dress and will use the dress as inspiration for getting the wedding theme. However, for a bride to go from whimsical fantasy, as a theme, to sparkly poofs, which didn't match ANY of the dresses that she had originally been showing OP, tells me that when she went dress shopping with her girl friends, that she was being dully influenced by said girl friends. There's always some strange mixture of emotions that oddly seems to surface when one from a group of female friends gets married... and sad to say it gets put upon the bride, usually rearing it's ugly head during that period of a bride finding "the dress". I've seen it happen too many times to count. You can have a group of women who are truly tight fast friends, yet certain friends can, through jealously, envy, or irritation at the weddings theme (wither they hate it or covet it for their own dream wedding) purposefully, through pressure or negative comments, steer the bride away from the type of dress that she really truly wanted to be wearing, to getting her to choose one that was way off of what her wedding theme is, what she's envisioned her dream dress to be about about, or what she originally went dress shopping for in the first place. It's exceptionally petty but it happens quite a bit, sometimes it's done by one or more of the friends trying to secretly sabatoge the bride... again because of jealously, envy, or irritation at the wedding theme (wither they hate it or are coveting it for themselves). It's almost like she bows under the pressure of her friends, inadvertently putting their vision of what she should be wearing above what she wants. What it really comes down to is about wither the bride has the backbone to stand firm against the Negative Nancy's in the group and ultimately goes after what she truly wants on HER wedding day. To me, this story sounds like instead of just admitting that she'd been weak and allowed herself to be steered away from what she truly wanted by her friends, that she did the exact opposite and doubled down. Storming away though, after asking for his honest opinion, running to her mommy, and then blocking his number. Tells me that OP really REALLY needs to be paying attention to how she deals with an argument, because seriously, since she's behaving this way now BEFORE they're married, how much worse will she behave AFTER they're married? I can guarantee that while she blocked his number she was calling her friends to tell them what he said about the dress. And there in lies the slippery slope. I've been married going on 28 years now, and I've always had one unbreakable rule where disagreements and arguments with my half-side are concerned.. and it's to: Never EVER under ANY circumstances include other people into your disagreements and arguments with your partner. The minute anyone in a serious relationship goes off to "talk to", "seek the opinion of", or "to badmouth" a partner, you are essentially giving permission to whom ever you are talking to (friends, parents, siblings, or other family) to think, from that point on, that they have a say in your relationship with your partner. From that point on they will feel like they have the absolute RIGHT to talk a smack load about your partner and/or treating your partner like crap because you've made them feel like THEY CAN, that they have that right to be so interfering. This usually happens because one partner didn't handle the disagreement or argument like an adult (like the bride in story above), and because both partners didn't work on improving their communication skills with eachother. Since I know for a FACT that good communication skills are key to having healthy strong relationships (in ANY relationship) than it would stand to reason that freezing out someone, storming off in a huff, or ANYTHING that inhibits communication (including NOT being able to set ones emotions aside to talk) is a detriment to cultivating healthy strong relationships. Now, I'm wondering if OP is paying attention enough to realize that he just might want to hold off the wedding? IF so he may have dodged a bullet. *shrugs shoulders* Just saying.... As always, listen, appreciate, and enjoy!! God Bless!!!

    Megan RobertsMegan Roberts5 өдрийн өмнө
  • Neckless at weddding - cops callede - i love what she did to get it back

    Michael MøllerMichael Møller5 өдрийн өмнө
  • I’m with you on the wedding dress, rSlash!

    aleece4aleece45 өдрийн өмнө
  • If my fiancé blocked my phone number we wouldn’t be getting married. If you can’t have open communication in a relationship, then what’s the point. Even if she was really hurt that was a super childish reaction.

    Cassy FriersonCassy Frierson6 өдрийн өмнө
  • Thank you for giving a positive message to young men on mental health. I'm a mom of 2 boys and support this whole heartedly

    Natalie NafeNatalie Nafe6 өдрийн өмнө
  • You keep saying "her" wedding day its not hers its theirs. Your telling him he should lie to his future wife you should not start something with lying stop being a dick.

    KnoxKnox6 өдрийн өмнө
  • I reallly think they should atleast get child protective services for the last post. These parents are clearly ignoring a MAYOR HEALTH PROBLEM with this kid. If he pukes that quickly after consuming either lactose or gluten this kid has some serious health problems and shouldn't be allowed to eat that. Its a kid for christ sake. You're gonna let this kid stab himself because he wants to??? No You're telling him not to and taking away the possibility to-do so. If these parents seriously think that "he will learn from this" i bet they let him do other shity things that might seriously harm this kid

    kathrynvanwaartkathrynvanwaart6 өдрийн өмнө
  • Smh, these posts are all the same. Perfectly reasonable reaction to someone being a complete pile of garbage. I really don't think these people are genuinely asking who the asshole is, they're just using this subreddit to get clout. What's next? 'AITA for calling the cops on my mom when she held a knife to my throat and threatened to kill me?'???

    Santenoturtle 2000Santenoturtle 20006 өдрийн өмнө
  • I know this sounds stupid but what does TLDR stand for?

    datsavagepokewolfdatsavagepokewolf6 өдрийн өмнө
  • Actually there is a decent market for breast milk so it is actually valuable I considered selling mine well I was breastfeeding my son but decided not to

    Doodle ArtsDoodle Arts6 өдрийн өмнө
  • I agree with Bumblingenius (though I'd side with the groom more) big day or not, you don't ask someone for the truth and have a fit when it's not what you want to hear, that defeats the whole point of asking a person for an honest opinion, and is what Karens do. Also not liking a dress is not the same as not being there for them or having their back you; can hate someone's dress but still love them, marital engagements do not absolve us of our human individuality. The way I see it is she asked him for an honest opinion and he gave it, but rather than take the minor critique, she stormed out like a child and blocked his number.

    Brandon AllenBrandon Allen6 өдрийн өмнө
  • Men can’t cry oooh come on now! When the late Eddie Guerrero died even some of the male WWE superstars were weeping. One actually sobbed in his interview. Jesus!!!!!!!!! The dad is a jackoff

    Tom ProsserTom Prosser6 өдрийн өмнө
  • ... why does r/slash get some stuff so wrong... like... tf?

    suhail viranisuhail virani7 өдрийн өмнө
  • Sorry but going to have to disagree with you on the wedding dress. He did not fail to back her up or be supportive. He did not call her ugly in it or denigrate her. SHE went out of her way to have him give his honest opinion about it. He said that it didn't fit the rest of the wedding and wasn't to his taste. Wedding or not, it does not give her the right to drag out an opinion she already KNOWS she might not be what she wants to hear and then act angry when it isn't what she wants to hear. tl;dr She does not get to be angry about his disagreement when SHE INVITES HIM TO DISAGREE.

    radtex03radtex037 өдрийн өмнө
  • “I asked if she wanted a real opinion and she said yes” You stupid foolish man.

    P88P887 өдрийн өмнө
  • So she asked for an honest answer, got an honest answer and proceeded to display one of the biggest red flags in the land

    ChazChaz7 өдрийн өмнө
  • Any guy who says man up is a closeted gay guy.... they are just ashamed of that part of themselves so they macho it up. Every single super macho friend I had in highschool has come out in the past few years.....

    Bacon89Bacon897 өдрийн өмнө
  • 99% of these comments are about the wedding dress story- Also on the crying story, he could be going through a tough time like depression or something! Let him cry!

    AdiyarnyoshiAdiyarnyoshi8 өдрийн өмнө
  • Story 1: a-hole stars for op: -1000!!! Don’t steal your stepsisters DEAD MOTHERS necklace! I don’t think my dad had much jewelry, I am 12, he passed away when I was 7, but if I were in that situation I would be ANGRY! (Again, nothing even remotely close has ever happened like that story, if I remember, I don’t think I’ve EVER had any entitled encounters, not even public)

    AdiyarnyoshiAdiyarnyoshi8 өдрийн өмнө
  • So disagree with the wedding dress one. Although he could have worded his answer differently, she asked, he answered, she didn't like the answer. She shouldn't have asked if she didn't want to know. Supporting anyone, does not mean lying to them.

    Leslie KLeslie K8 өдрийн өмнө
  • Nope. You're wrong on this one. She is the asshole. He shouldn't have to LIE bc she asked him to be honest. If you aren't prepared for any & all answers you shouldn't ask the question.

    Alicia ThomasAlicia Thomas8 өдрийн өмнө
  • Normally I'm always in agreement. But starting off a marriage with a lie seems like a bad idea. here are on the other hand more tactful ways to say things.

    Renny D'AmicoRenny D'Amico8 өдрийн өмнө
  • Tbh, i kinda agree with R/slash on the wedding story. Sure, it’s stupid to say you want an honest opinion. But she wanted him to say “I really love it!” and believe it was a genuine love. Once again, dumb but true. It isn’t a date night. It’s a wedding, and she felt so pretty. It’s super hard to find a wedding dress that feels right, which is maybe why she didn’t do a fitted dress. Idk, I think the wife is slightly in the wrong, but she’s more in the wrong for blocking her husband. Communication! The husband is in the wrong as well, tearing her down wasn’t the way. If he didn’t like it, he should have said he didn’t expect it because it didn’t hit the the theme, not that the dress was downright ugly. A wedding is about the bride and groom feeling happy, not the groom being honest and feeling guilty and the bride being self conscious and regretful.

    Sam LOTR-HPSam LOTR-HP8 өдрийн өмнө
  • rSlash: AITA for taking the bride's side on argument over a wedding dress? Sometime last week I called this guy a butthole, his bride asked him his honest opion on her dress, however they didn't say eye to eye. I publicaly said he was unsentitive for doing that on HER most important day after looking over the part where she asked an honest opinion. AITA? No OP, you were indeed in the wrong, however, your lapse in judgement was a mere mistake. We can only phatom the work you have uploading videos every single day, whilst keeping your pupper and wife happy. Not only that, this post was about a bride being hurt, we understand the high regard you have for your wife and we can see how that made you jump to conclusions. Nevertheless, you went back and corrected your mistake on a pinned comment. You get 0 out of 5 buttholes.

    Durp Bawl WelfDurp Bawl Welf8 өдрийн өмнө
  • Wedding dress one: bride-red flag, R-slash simp. Your ballsed that one mate.

    KelDG3KelDG38 өдрийн өмнө
  • I hate myself for even for a moment despite disagreeing with rSlash, still accepting his "It's her wedding day" argument. It's so damn easy to forget that it's actually THEIR wedding day.

    ChierkusChierkus9 өдрийн өмнө
  • Guy Code 101: The wedding is not about you, It's all about her. No matter what it is She gets it. Happy wife happy life. Better learn that now

    Clayton ParrisClayton Parris9 өдрийн өмнө
  • Woman: please tell me your HONEST opinon Man: You mean the truth? Woman: yes¡¡ Man: But the truth, honest truth? Woman: YES¡¡ Man: says honest oppinion. Woman: "I WANTED YOU TO LIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE" Somehow is the man's fault.

    My videos & etc.My videos & etc.9 өдрийн өмнө
  • Gotta be honest......I do sorta agree with Rslash on the dress thing. If I asked an opinion on my wedding dress and my husband said he didn't like it, id be crushed, you spend a bunch of time on it and then find out the person that your going to be wearing it for doesn't even like it? I agree she did ask for an honest opinion and it is OPs special day too but if my husband came out in a bad suit and asked my opinion I would just say, you are happy wearing it so I love it. The day is about joining peeps together, you gotta compromise on what the other person wants and not just you, they deserve to feel special in the outfit they chose, saying you don't like something they worked really hard on and felt good in is just a bit rude. (I do think she was overreacting with the blocking thing tho)

    TubTubzTubTubz9 өдрийн өмнө
  • No, the community was right, everyone was at fault in the wedding dress story. First, just supporting a spouse isn’t bad; however, when he mentions this is the first fight and blocks his number, that’s a red flag. These are issues you identify before marriage, or if you don’t you just except them, and try to change them in the future. She asked for an honest opinion, he gave one. It’s her responsibility to handle the criticism and though I respect love and marriage, just accepting and supporting your spouse for everything they do is a very dangerous game. For an effective relationship both spouses must feel heard and respected. We aren’t owed compassion in life and sometimes the thing humans need in many cases is brutal honesty. This advice can breed bad behavior in the future for this couple. I agree there are times and places for honesty. This was one of them because she asked. I’ve been with my wife for 11 years, this is how we make it work, because these are issues we saw in ourselves in the beginning and issues I see in many new couples too.

    Victor BurgosVictor Burgos9 өдрийн өмнө
  • Every. Single. Comment. Is. About. The wedding dress. Omg.

    F l o w e r · P e t a l s T h e · P e t a l · M a nF l o w e r · P e t a l s T h e · P e t a l · M a n10 өдрийн өмнө
  • The mother who's obsessed with weight loss, sounds like body dismorphia and an eating disorder to me. I honestly hope she can get some help.

    Ahlanna SheaAhlanna Shea10 өдрийн өмнө
  • I must disagree with the wedding dress one. This IS his wedding too. If he doesn't like the dress why is he expected to pander to her? She asked for his honest opinion and he gave it to her with valid points. He felt it didn't fit the theme. Mind you its HIS day too again, and after communicating his opinion to her she storms off and weaponizes the family. What the hell?! She can't take a conversation with a contrasting point of view like an adult? This is a big red flag. This was their business and she dragged everyone else in to take her side rather argue with him and communicate WHY SHE likes it and fells it does fit the theme. Perhaps she could have changed his mind by showing him some respect for his opinion. The only lesson I'd learn is don't tell her the truth, don't talk to her. This is how "stonewalling" starts to happen in relationships. Also I HATE how wedding are so centered on the woman! It's the woman's day! NO! It should be their day. Not hers, theirs! This is suppose to be a day about forming an inseparable bond between husband AND wife. Yet here it is. He isn't even allowed an opinion. This is the reason why marriages DO NOT WORK anymore. No communication. It's either the guy or girl's way or it's the highway. Someone dominates the relationship. If i was OP I'd be seriously reconsidering this wedding. I'd tell her she needs to work on that communication problem, or she can forget all honesty between us. We'd have an empty relationship. What good would that be? I give the the bride 3.5/5 A**hole. I give the groom 0/5.

    Darth XenoDarth Xeno10 өдрийн өмнө
  • The wedding dress story I disagree it’s his wedding to she isn’t getting married to herself if he doesn’t like something he has all the right to say something just because he told the truth it doesn’t mean he’s not supporting her

    jose ortizjose ortiz10 өдрийн өмнө
  • Sorry rslash....but I disagree with you about the wedding dress

    someone new nowsomeone new now10 өдрийн өмнө
  • R/Slash about marriage or weddings in a nutshell. Nobody: Nothing Wife: I want to jump of this cliff with the kids HUSBAND: Wait, Don't do THAT R/Slash: SupPOrT yOuR WIFE. ( entitled Karen voice)

    Dan ValyDan Valy10 өдрийн өмнө
  • Sorry rSlash, but grown men don't cry. It's about being man not a little bitch boy. It's about showing strength vs showing weakness. No woman on the planet is attracted to a man that cries all the time, no matter what they say. Nobody wants to be stuck in a foxhole during war with a crybaby. If you constantly break down into tears then you are not strong and you are not a man. Simple as. One of the things that makes a man a man is stoicism. Stoicism isn't about repressing or bottling emotion but about controlling it and not blubbering like a baby. It takes absolutely no strength of character to be an emotional wreck but tremendous strength to control yourself so you can act rationally and not emotionally. You are just flat wrong. If you have depression or any other emotional disorder, get help of course, but don't run around whining about it. Get your shit together. Get all your shit, and put it in one place, get your shit together and be a man. As far as the wedding goes - you are again completely wrong. bumblingenius is 100% correct and you are 100% wrong. You need to lay off the soy and throw out that leftard propaganda, it's turning your brain into mush. Seriously, it's blatantly obvious you got indoctrinated in the leftward wokeism in uni.

    1000101100010110 өдрийн өмнө
  • You are wrong. She wanted the truth about the dress, she got it. Done.

    TruMoo PerdueTruMoo Perdue10 өдрийн өмнө
  • For the Mac and cheese story the kid likely has a gluten allergy as the macaroni is wheat and vomiting is a symptom of a gluten allergy while lactose intolerance mainly affects the intestines

    Dragnus UDragnus U10 өдрийн өмнө
    • Also, vomiting regularly is bad for your throat and teeth due to the stomach acid (bulimics suffer from this)

      Dragnus UDragnus U10 өдрийн өмнө
  • R/ says men shouldn't have to feel like they have to bottle their emotions Me heck yeah

    THE GAMING ZONETHE GAMING ZONE10 өдрийн өмнө
  • for the first story. The step-sis first burned the bridge. OP just threw more oil on the bridge to make it burn faster. Had OP not done anything, the bridge would still be burned. Had the Step-sis not started burning the bridge, everything would have been fine

    Mr. ThomasMr. Thomas11 өдрийн өмнө
  • Eh am emotionaless

    GcubePlayer8GcubePlayer811 өдрийн өмнө
  • Re: mac and cheese kid NTA and in fact call CPS, cos vomiting frequently is a serious medical thing. That poor kids teeth, the dehydration and electrolytes, for a start They are willingly and knowingly buying their kid something they know makes him vomit every time. Medical neglect at minimum Would these parents let him eat food he's allergic to too cos "he likes it"?!? Those people are not fit to parent anyone, or even own pets

    Den Of WolvesDen Of Wolves11 өдрийн өмнө
  • I love your videos, and generally I agree with your *sshole assessments. This is the first time I've disagreed with one. Regarding the wedding gown (and somehow I missed early on in the story that OP was the groom-to-be; I thought it was a best friend), the clarifying question regarding An Honest Opinion sounds a very Taurus trait (and a warning: *NEVER* ask a Taurean's opinion is you *don't* want their/an honest opinion). Now yes, many Taureans may strategically realize Smile, Nod and Lie, but as straight-forwardness (and truthfulness), is a strong core Taurus tenet, he missed her red flag. I totally understand this is an Agree To Disagree situation, but sometimes I suspect that stories' OPs are writing from their own Point Of View, sometimes some context could be missing. Also, your comments on the the story does omit one important detail which I noticed when I realized OP was the groom-to-be: it's considered Bad Luck for the groom to see the wedding dress before the wedding. The bride-to-be effectively demonstrated that... 😉 Your videos are awesome, and I love that You Read Them yourself, over some other Reddit Reading channels that use AI voices (with some questionable [if amusing] pronunciations...). Keep up the good work!

    realbadgerrealbadger11 өдрийн өмнө
  • That is why whenever my wife asks me about her clothes I just say. *if it looks good to you and you really want it, then it's good. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise* Also I have zero knowledge about fashion, and wear cargo pants and combat boots to every single occasion. Function over form.

    Jan Vincent LimJan Vincent Lim11 өдрийн өмнө
  • Even though she asked for an honest opinion, I’m sorry, but there are times when you tell someone a white lie. If you see a stranger with something in their teeth and they spend five minutes trying to get rid of it after you tell them, at some point you’re gonna lie and say “you got it!” Or if your friends outfit kinda looks good but isnt as good as normal, do you really want to ruin their day by telling them your honest opinion? Even if they asked for it? It’s like if your three or four year old asks if Santa is real. Don’t ruin the magic yet.

    Kimberly TaylorKimberly Taylor11 өдрийн өмнө
  • Sorry, I disagree with your wedding dress opinion. (21 years married... trust me) 1) Saying you like the dress when you don’t after she asked for an honest opinion is lying. Do not lie to your spouse when they ask for honesty. 2) She over reacted totally. Not just the getting angry part. But the running to Mom’s house and blocking the number. HUGE red flags of someone who is not ready to be married. 3) First real fight was over the wedding dress? Another red flag. You should know how to communicate with your future spouse before you say “I do.” Could he have been a bit more “tactful” about how he said it? Oh ya, but that’s something you learn over time in a marriage. But it is not being unsupportive of her to say he doesn’t like the dress. If they went through with the wedding, I give it less than 3 months until she throws a hissy fit over something else and runs back to Mommy. Run dude.

    Matt LamarreMatt Lamarre11 өдрийн өмнө
  • As a woman, when I ask my husband for an honest opinion I expect an honest opinion. If he were to lie to spare my feelings then how could I ever trust him? Honesty and transparency has been a staple of our 11 year relationship. I understand the bride being upset, wedding planning is emotional as hell but she needs to realize she can still wear it and feel like a princess anyway or pick out something new. Personally I don't believe in showing the groom the gown before the day of FOR THIS REASON.

    Samantha AguilarSamantha Aguilar11 өдрийн өмнө
  • Nah I agree with the dad, kid didn't make the team, no point in crying about it, if i cried everytime I've been rejected from something I wanted to do I'd still be crying, crying is fine, I cried at my moms funderal, i cried seeing my wife at the alter, but crying because you wern't good enough to make a team isn't healthy, it shows a focus on something you arn't able to do instead of switching gears and moving past it, so as the dad said, man up and quit crying, life will disappointment you, you wont make the team, you won't get the job, no point crying about it.

    Phil CauseyPhil Causey11 өдрийн өмнө
  • Wedding story: He should have asked what she thought of the dress first if she was excited about it. Then it would have ended better, but she just asked for an honest opinion and he gave one. Maybe a bit too harsh, but honest. I think everyone had problems here. This is one reason it’s not a great idea to be there with your fiancée because emotionally things start breaking down and most of the time dudes approach it differently. It’s better to go with your mom or gal pals and keep it a surprise. I’m not saying you can’t go, but expect different behaviors since there is a ton of emotions. Ask before telling in this situation and ask their opinions first. This leads to communication and stronger relationship during this process

    Kaleb KohlhaseKaleb Kohlhase11 өдрийн өмнө
  • I'm 60 year old guy and I cry at movies. I cried when my father and mother died at different years. I've suffered from chronic depression and anxiety most of my life.

    DatreborDatrebor12 өдрийн өмнө
  • The last story: I suspect that the kid is a known lactose intolerant, or perhaps undiagnosed. Sure, it could be just that particular food that makes him sick, but I think it’s lactose in general. Shame on the parents for letting him eat that, knowing he will get sick!

    hotaru chibihotaru chibi12 өдрийн өмнө
  • 11:30, the advise given is to lie to your significant other to make them feel better. Not only lie but do it about their wedding. What kind of standard would that set for the future 'lying is okay to make you feel good', 'the man must not express his opinions because it hurts the woman's feelings', or 'the wedding and marriage is all about her just deal with it like a man'. Not a good basis for a relationship. Hard honest truths and compromise on both sides should be the policy.

    Zar PofZar Pof12 өдрийн өмнө
  • 8:45 "It takes more strength to embrace your emotion". I don't need to look 'manly' by trying to show how strong I am. I'll choose to have no emotions. Why can't I have the emotional level I'm comfortable with, anywhere from 0%-100%, without people telling me what makes me 'stronger' or 'manlier'?

    Zar PofZar Pof12 өдрийн өмнө
  • HES IN HIS 30S??????

    SquishyTurtle 456SquishyTurtle 45612 өдрийн өмнө
  • Tbh if the bride has the right to say how she wants her dream wedding to be so does the groom. Because marriage is supposed to be 50/50 and all that, not to mention it's an event he's supposed to be involved in. Also, Mac & Cheese story; NTA.

    Onyx DragonOnyx Dragon12 өдрийн өмнө
    • @Onyx Dragon true, taking that into consideration i think 4 outta 5 bh or they might just be dumb

      wowose wook2oswowose wook2os11 өдрийн өмнө
    • @wowose wook2os Nah, that's a solid 5/5 buttholes. They're causing a mess on purpose. They're risking their child's health. They don't care about it.

      Onyx DragonOnyx Dragon11 өдрийн өмнө
    • i think maybe the parents 1 outta 5 AH cuz even though they knew the kid would get sick, they wanted to give him mac and cheese but only becauses its his favourite and they didnt bother to clean up or try to get the child outta there to the toilet

      wowose wook2oswowose wook2os11 өдрийн өмнө
  • As soon as the necklace was mentioned in the first story, I knew where it was headed... how can some people be so entitled? Asking to borrow a necklace you think is pretty, fair enough, but when the owner of said necklace says no that should be it.

    Fiera the ProudFiera the Proud12 өдрийн өмнө
  • Too many people ask for an honest opinion and get upset when they get it. The OP offered to give her the supportive answer and she didn't ask for it.

    SCScholar1SCScholar112 өдрийн өмнө
  • That person who gave said ESH is dumb. They called him a fool for giving a honest opinion when they asked for a honest opinion.

    LB8750LB875012 өдрийн өмнө
  • The dad that shamed his son for crying is a jerk. So sad

    Dawn StoneDawn Stone12 өдрийн өмнө
  • Wedding Dress story: the theme seem like The Princess and the Frog- happy ending.... that dress would go PERFECT with the theme no doubt about it

    Young GeeYoung Gee12 өдрийн өмнө
  • 12:48

    Bryson RegoBryson Rego12 өдрийн өмнө
  • If I were in the situation with the dress, I would feel even more guilty if I lied to my wife. Lying is wrong, full stop.

    Litty MarquisLitty Marquis12 өдрийн өмнө
  • 3rd story I haven’t even watched it and I know op is the asshole he’s your father you ignore him he’s your greatest superhero not some villain grow up

    GoranGoran13 өдрийн өмнө
  • Why are dislikes so close to likes?

    GameIdUnrealGameIdUnreal13 өдрийн өмнө
  • nah I don't agree with rslash she was dumb to ask for an honest opinion I swear if that was my bf I'd be so grateful that he was looking out for me

    JulezJulez13 өдрийн өмнө
  • 12:48 why do MNthers add text that shows for barely a second??? It doesn't help anyone and it's just really annoying to try to read

    literal cup of tealiteral cup of tea13 өдрийн өмнө
  • Are we not going to talk about the fact that there were editors notes on the screen after the wedding dress story? 😅😂

    Laura OswaldLaura Oswald13 өдрийн өмнө
  • You have become really stupid these days

    The PrinceThe Prince13 өдрийн өмнө
  • rSlash = cry baby

    accckiyaccckiy13 өдрийн өмнө
  • Wedding dress story: it's OP's wedding too. It's not fair to him if he has to deal with a wedding dress knowing his wife that dissapointed him. They can compromise. It takes two to be in a relationship.

    Foxious VolcoiFoxious Volcoi13 өдрийн өмнө
  • on the mac n cheese one the kids probly lactose and as a lactose intolerant kid myself i grew up loving dairy but it made me sick and now im 16 and can barley eat a grilled cheese without my stomach hurting so yes it is bad for you to continuasly get sick i only threw up when i was like in 2nd or 3rd grade after that it was mainly diahrea like rlly bad so yes its terrible but my mom onyl would stop me if she knew it would hurt me rlly bad later (i never got sick in public)

    Jocelyn CamposJocelyn Campos13 өдрийн өмнө
  • Disagree about the one with the kid who cried about the soccer game. The father went about it in not the best way I admit. And it’s ok to have emotions obviously. But if the father didn’t care he wouldn’t have said anything at all. He obviously cares about his son and there is a chance this story is written with a weird perception. Maybe the dad saw how it affected his son and was trying to encourage him by coming up with solutions to help him in his future? He had three other members of his family coddle him what’s wrong with one especially the father trying a different approach? I could easily f this as “hey buddy it’s ok don’t cry. We can work on your diet and cardio and make sure we can do it in the future!” Same thing just supportive. Part of me thinks the kid was hurt and just wanted the world to sulk with him, and when his dad tried to be constructive and had a more positive tone about the whole thing the kid got mad that he wasn’t sorry with him and started the fight. Would also explain why the mother (who was on her sons side) also said the son was unreasonable. Just saying it’s not fair to the father to call him the ass.

    St_ AntonySt_ Antony14 өдрийн өмнө
  • I would rather my partner give me his honest opinion and explain why. Only then i would take it into consideration not throw a hissy fit.

    ZuTheEmpressZuTheEmpress14 өдрийн өмнө
  • Listen starting at 11:30 in your video you are just spouting absolute bs. It’s not just about the bride, the groom is having his day too! He deserves to speak his mind and the fact that you are sticking up for LYING TO YOUR PARTNER instead of being open and honest with them and both parties being able to talk about it like adults points out a lot about your character. Also the fact that the woman legitimately ASKED FOR HIS OPINION she should have been ready and willing to accept whatever he said and been willing to think it through instead of reacting, I personally think this guy dodge a f-ing bullet!

    Sierra ParrySierra Parry14 өдрийн өмнө
  • What a hypocrite

    Alex AldereteAlex Alderete14 өдрийн өмнө
  • Simpslash

    Alex AldereteAlex Alderete14 өдрийн өмнө