Woman Wants to Know if She’s Wrong for Not Serving Her Husband Leftovers
Do you ever see a headline from Reddit’s “Am I the A**hole?” page and say to yourself, “Hmmm…that’s weird. I wonder what’s really going on here…”.
This is one of the times!
So now it’s up to you to get all the details below and see if you think this woman acted like a jerk.
Check out her story, ask yourself the tough questions, and then make your determination!
AITA for not serving my husband leftovers?
“I have been off the last 4 days. So I finally had a chance to do some spring cleaning. I deep cleaned the whole house. Yes this did take all 4 days. I did bathrooms, fans, oiled wood tables, opened and cleaned windows everything.
My husband sees I am off and I have had to serve him every meal since I am home. 90 percent of the time I don’t mind. Yesterday I was tired and was making steaks for dinner so I didn’t feel like making a breakfast omelette too. He got upset and I ended up making both breakfast and dinner. Since I didn’t want to fight but he says I made a face.
After dinner last night I packed up leftovers and made it clear that I would not be making ANYTHING tomorrow. Everyone agreed since I work today. When he got off work this morning I served him something quick to eat. I have a hotel booked for this weekend for us. I was trying on clothing and packing whe.
He asked to heat up his left overs. I said “I told you yesterday I wasn’t making anything today.” He responded with “your going to make a problem over heating something up on my birthday month” I responded with ” I am tired and explained yesterday you keep making problems with me over food” he turned it around and said ” no your making the problems over food.
You just don’t want to serve me anything any more. Cancel the reservation I’m not going anywhere. Thanks for ruining my birthday month!” Now I did heat the leftovers which of course he refused to eat. And the reservation is too late to cancel so now I’m out money too.”
Now let’s see how people reacted to this story on Reddit.
One person said she’s NTA and this relationship sounds a**sive.
Another person made a good point about a “birthday month.”
And this Reddit user said this guy’s behavior is embarrassing.