A man recently posted on the Am I The A**hole subreddit, seeking advice on whether or not he was in the wrong for asking his pregnant girlfriend to pay for or replace his meal after she ate all of it. The post has since gone viral, with many people chiming in on both sides of the argument. The man's girlfriend is currently pregnant with her sister and brother-in-law's child, and frequently comes over to his place to spend time with him. However, she often raids his kitchen and complains when there's nothing to eat. When the man's parents brought him food from his favorite restaurant, his girlfriend ate all of his leftovers and refused to pay for or replace the meal when he asked. Was the man justified in his request, or was he being unreasonable? Read on to find out.
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Man asks pregnant girlfriend to pay for his meal after eating 🍝
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A man's girlfriend, who is pregnant as a surrogate for her sister, ate all of his leftovers from his favorite restaurant. He asked her to either pay him back or get him another order. The situation escalated when his mother got involved. Read on for the comments and reactions on this contentious issue.
Pregnancy is not an excuse for selfish behavior 🤰🚫🍽️
Dump the girlfriend, involving someone's mother in arguments is immature 👋
A humorous take on the common themes in AITA threads 😂
Pregnancy cravings don't justify raiding someone else's fridge without asking.
NTA. Partner's pregnancy may not be the only issue here. 🤔
Pregnancy isn't an excuse to walk all over people 🤰
Partner's pregnancy doesn't excuse lack of common courtesy. NTA.
Taking all the food someone offers to share is a**hole move 😒
Pregnancy doesn't give green light to demolish all the food 🍛
YTA for making a big deal out of a minor misunderstanding 🙄
Pregnancy isn't an excuse to eat all someone's food 🤰🍔
Pregnant girlfriend eats all of man's dinner, refuses to replace it. NTA
Curious about the backstory? Here's why she doesn't have custody 👀
Setting boundaries with a pregnant partner - NTA 👍
Surrogacy rules may vary, but one child exists, family involved.
Supportive reply suggests discussing financial concerns with pregnant girlfriend.
Misunderstanding the context: the danger of just reading headlines 😬
When sharing food becomes a problem 😒
Communication is key, folks. 🗣️
Pregnancy does not excuse entitlement 🤷
Eating all the food or eating away at their relationship? ESH 😬🍽️
Respectful boundaries during pregnancy 🤰
Petty boyfriend demands payment for meal, Reddit outraged 😠
Fair or selfish? Commenters debate girlfriend's meal etiquette 🍽️
Resentment over shared food during pregnancy. ESH 👶🍲
Pregnant girlfriend eats all his meal, gets called out. NTA.
Food fight in the making 🍔🍟 Let's just move on.
Stand up for yourself and don't let pregnancy be an excuse 👊
Curious about the food? It was grilled chicken, fish, and more 🍗🐟
Respectful NTA boyfriend asked for meal money, boundaries are important 👏
Insensitive boyfriend asks pregnant girlfriend to pay for his meal. YTA 🙄
Pregnant girlfriend eats all his food, demands payment. NTA.
Girlfriend ate his meal, didn't apologize, and triangulated his mom. 🙅♂️
Girlfriend taking advantage of hospitality and food, NTA.
Don't be an a**hole, pay for your own meal 🍽️
Not the a**hole but still a bit of a jerk 😒
Pregnancy cravings can be costly 🤰💸
NTA. Complicated situation with baby, but you're not the ATM 🤑
Establishing food boundaries with a partner 🍱
Keep snacks on hand! Agree, NTA 👍
Pregnant woman agrees, eating boyfriend's meal is disrespectful 🙅♀️
Family members should fund pregnancy cravings, not boyfriend. 🤰
Meal dispute turns into family feud. 🍽️🤦♀️
Pregnancy cravings or not, eating someone else's meal is wrong. NTA 👍
Expecting mom under fire for not bringing her own food 🍔
Entitled girlfriend eats his food, doesn't offer replacement. #NTA 🍽️
Pregnancy doesn't equal automatic entitlement to food. 🤰🍴