r/AmItheAsshole. A catharsis for the frustrated moral philosopher in all of us, and a place to finally find out if you were wrong in an argument that's been bothering you. Tell us about any non-violent conflict you have experienced; give us both sides of the story, and find out if you're right, or you're the asshole It's not a Best Of subreddit so much as a Most Controversial subreddit. Posts are crossposted by a bot from /r/AmItheAsshole to /r/AITAFiltered when: The post is 18 hours old—the time at which posts on this sub are given their flair with the final judgment. The post has at least 50 top level (judgment) comments AITA. My son (14) watches a lot of video game streamers on Twitch.tv. I personally don't find them entertaining but I can understand why some people (like my son) do. Over the past month he's starting using terms like pog, jabaited, and Kappa which I guess are terms that are used in the scope of Twitch AITA, the Reddit forum where the ethical dilemmas of sandwich eating - among other things - can be thrashed out. AITA itself collates its best of and most controversial posts. r/AITA: Are you looking for /r/AmItheAsshole ? Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcut
AITA for refusing to wear a wig to my friend's wedding? Not the A-hole. Just as a little background, I grew up in a very strict Christian family where I wasn't allowed to cut my hair, ever, because hair is a woman's crown. It was down to my knees by the time I escaped at 18 Man keeps daughter, 5, secret from fiancée for two years. A soon-to-be groom has opened up about keeping a big secret from his fiancée of two years: that he has a five-year-old child with another woman. The 25-year-old Aussie shared his story on the popular 'AITA' (or 'Am I The Asshole') Reddit thread titled, AITA for not telling. Reddit's AITA threads are a constant source of chaos and amusement. Here we've picked 10 of the funniest. There's a subreddit on Reddit called Am I The Asshole? (AITA) that has really taken then Internet by storm. Even Chrissy Teigen had a series of tweets praising the subreddit for its hilarity One of the couples thought Doug and Sasha acted ridiculous. The other three couples thought I should have pulled Sasha aside to discuss my concerns and said I was an asshole for saying something in front everyone. Honestly, the whole situation caught me off guard and everything happened so quickly. The whole thing was bizarre and confusing
Bringing you the freshest posts from r/AmItheAsshole that reddit deemed controversial! No lies, all the videos on this channel are generated automatically. J.. In May, Chrissy Teigen tweeted to her 11.4 million followers that she had been reading the AITA section of Reddit for truly6 hours now. Less than two months later, in the middle of a hot. However, the Reddit poster's mother didn't like the arrangement and demanded she hosts two weddings instead. We came to the plan of having our official ceremony in the U.S. because many of his family, mainly his parents, do not have passports so would not be able to attend a wedding in the U.K., she explained Reddit has a fat-shaming problem, and it shows up a lot in this subreddit. I was ready to vote YTA—you're the asshole—from this headline, but then I read the story: She doesn't.
He shared his reasoning on Reddit's Am I the A***** forum. His sister got married over Zoom during the pandemic in 2020. Recently, she announced she would be having an in-person wedding. The issue is the new wedding date conflicts with a prior engagement he made with friends Reddit is home to thousands of communities, endless conversation, and authentic human connection. Whether you're into breaking news, sports, TV fan theories, or a never-ending stream of the internet's cutest animals, there's a community on Reddit for you The latest tweets from @AITA_reddi Bride heartbroken by dad's 'selfish' post-wedding decision: 'It's just wrong'. A father spent his daughter's wedding fund on a new car and vacation but he thinks he is justified. He asked for advice on Reddit's Am I the A***** forum after his daughter became upset. After the lockdown, his daughter Diana and her fiancé. Controversial lawn decoration ignites battle within neighborhood: 'Why would you do this?'. By Kelsey Weekman. This woman was so upset about a frog statuette in her neighbor's lawn that she reported it to her homeowner's association (HOA) — and the rest is history. A Reddit user, writing under the username anonymous28538382348, shared.