Internet Advises Woman To Dump Her Fiancé Over His Teenage Daughter's Prank
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One Reddit user, OP, shared her struggle with her soon-to-be stepdaughter. The stepdaughter is stubborn and enjoys pranks, making it hard for OP to bond with her. OP tried to take these pranks lightly, but things went too far at her fiancé's birthday party. During the party, the stepdaughter embarrassed OP in front of everyone. Feeling humiliated, OP lost her temper, yelled, and abruptly left. This upset her fiancé, who felt his birthday was ruined.
Now, he wants an apology from OP for her reaction and for yelling at his daughter, but she hasn't responded. Ridiculous, right? Let's scroll down for the full story and how the internet reacted. Enjoy!
OP mentioned that she and her fiancé got engaged not long ago, but she doesn't have a good relationship with his teenage daughter. The stepdaughter likes playing pranks on OP, and OP tries to take it lightly each time.
But her last prank wasn't polite at all.
The stepdaughter hung up OP's underwear where everyone could see it and embarrassed her in front of guests.
OP was really surprised. She started shouting at her stepdaughter and left her fiancé's birthday party.
But now, her fiancé blames her for the inconvenience, and he expects her to apologize to him and his daughter.
OP has offered the following explanation for why they think they might be the asshole:
No doubt about it, this post went viral faster than a sneeze in a crowded room, and boy, did it catch everyone's attention! Here are some of the responses it received:
Right? How is that a prank, when it hurts someone? Also she is old enough to understand better.
This will only get worse, and it will always been in the name of a joke, even if OP end up hurt in some way.
What's your perspective on this situation? Do you agree with the OP's reaction that the anger towards her fiancé and his daughter was an overreaction, or do you find it justifiable?
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