When a man's expensive PC monitor goes missing, he discovers that his sister's boyfriend 'borrowed' it without permission. Despite asking for an apology, the boyfriend refuses and is subsequently banned from the apartment. The man's sister becomes upset and threatens to cut ties with him. Now, he's wondering if he's in the wrong. Was he right to ban the boyfriend, or should he have handled things differently? Read on to find out!
Man's sister's BF 'borrows' his expensive monitor and refuses to apologize
Heartwarming story of a brother raising his sister alone 💕
First love turns monitor thief, causing family feud 😡
Protecting my PC parts from borrowing siblings and their boyfriends
Expensive monitor stolen by sister's BF, still not returned 😠
Man confronts sister's BF over 'borrowed' monitor 🖥️🤬
Expensive monitor borrowed without permission, returned after confrontation 💻
Sister's BF 'borrows' expensive monitor and refuses to apologize 😠
Man's sister's BF refuses to apologize over 'borrowed' monitor 🖥️
Navigating family dynamics can be tough, especially when boundaries challenged 🤔
🚨Expensive monitor 'borrowed' by sister's BF without permission🚨
A man shares his story about how his sister's boyfriend 'borrowed' his expensive OLED monitor without permission and refused to apologize. He even went as far as using it for two days while the owner was away. The man confronted him and asked for an apology, but the boyfriend refused, resulting in a ban from the apartment. The man's sister is upset and threatening to go no contact with him once she turns 18 if he doesn't allow her boyfriend to visit. However, the man is struggling with this decision as he doesn't want to lose his sister, but also wants to maintain his boundaries. What would you do in his situation? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Lock up your PC and don't let him come over again. 🚫🖥️
NTA. BF's 'borrowing' was theft. OP should invest in cameras and better locks.
Enforcing boundaries or overreacting? 🤔 Explanation of NC included.
Trust violated, but monitor model is 🔥
NTA. Sister's BF is entitled, but have a conversation about trust.
NTA for setting boundaries and valuing personal property. Consider repairing relationship.
NTA OP's sister's boyfriend 'borrowed' his monitor without permission and tried to use his economic status to justify his behavior, but his mom apologized for him. OP is planning to talk to his sister and her boyfriend to handle the situation.
Sister shares responsibility, OP should help enforce boundaries ❤️
Stand your ground and set boundaries. Don't let anyone walk over you. 👊
NTA, but the real issue is sister's boyfriend's lack of respect 😕
Stand your ground and demand an apology from the monitor thief 👀
Sister's BF 'borrows' expensive monitor, NTA suggests calling authorities if issue persists 💻
Set boundaries and secure your belongings, but be mindful of family dynamics 👨👩👧
Don't let him get away with it! Seek help 👀👍
Protect your property! 🚫🖥️
Setting boundaries with step-sister's disrespectful BF, but don't guilt trip.
Sister's BF takes expensive monitor, commenters say NTA 🙌
Don't borrow without asking! NTA was right to be upset 🤨
Set boundaries with sister for future health and safety of relationship 🤝
Respect the monitor, respect the owner. 🖥️
Encouraging words for OP on setting boundaries and standing up for oneself 💪
Stand your ground! 💪 Your sister needs to make it right.
Teaching boundaries to a child is tough but necessary. 👍
BF takes monitor, sister defends him, commenters say NTA 🚫🖥️
Stand your ground and don't let your sister manipulate you 👊
👏🏼 Standing up to a monitor thief, NTA wins 🏆
Standing your ground with your sister's BF might lead to silence 😶
OP's sister's BF disrespects, NTA for standing up.
Stand your ground! It's your property. 💪
NTA. Sister's BF 'borrows' monitor, refuses to apologize. Advice given.
Respect for personal property is non-negotiable 🙅♂️
Setting boundaries with sister's BF while holding her accountable 🚫🙅♀️
Trust broken by sis's BF, NC threat stands. NTA 👍
Setting boundaries as a parent, but BF won't apologize 🤨
Stand your ground! 💪 Don't let anyone take advantage of you.
Set boundaries with a lock 🔒 and key only for you.
Setting boundaries and standing up for yourself, NTA 🙌
Enforcing boundaries with family. NTA wins this round! 🏆
OP shows mercy for sister's BF who refuses to apologize 🤝
Cutting off family over a borrowed monitor? 🤔
Sibling's BF steals monitor, commenter suggests sister needs parenting advice 🤔
Sister's BF 'borrowed' monitor, NTA wants apology. Theft or mistake? 🤔
Man justified for not wanting to apologize for sister's BF's theft 👍
Raising your sibling is tough, but setting boundaries is crucial 🙌
Stand your ground 💪 Monitor thief owes apology 🙏
Trust broken: siblings' significant others borrow and refuse apologies
Respect for each other's property is crucial in family relationships 👍
Setting boundaries with family is tough, but NTA handled it 💪
Supportive comment for OP who is NTA and deserves better ❤️
NTA, entitled sister should appreciate your sacrifices and respect boundaries 👏
Keep your monitor, lose the trash 🗑️
Respect for personal property is important. Seeking parenting advice recommended.
Standing up for yourself and your property is important 💪
NTA for reclaiming stolen property. Concern for sister's relationship 🤔
Don't let emotional blackmail rule your house 👊🏼
Setting boundaries and considering telling the bf's mom 🤔
Protect your rig with locks and boundaries, not punishment 💻🔒
Redditor claims they're NTA in monitor dispute
Teenagers will be teenagers 🤷♂️
Teenagers, amirite? 🤷♂️
You're NTA for not involving the police. Tell his mom 👀
Encourage sister to leave BF, suggest birth control options 💊
Stand your ground! NTA 💪
Redditors agree: NTA for not letting sister's BF off the hook
Supportive comment from a fellow young adult who understands 🙌
Sibling advice: stand up for yourself and don't enable bad behavior 😤
Don't let them break your boundaries. Stand your ground 💪
Setting boundaries with sister's BF causing relationship tension. NTA.
Stand your ground and don't let entitled family win 💪🏼
Don't enable entitled behavior, stand firm and set boundaries 🙅♂️📚
Not the a**hole for wanting apology over stolen monitor 👀
Lock the study door and explain the punishment to sister 💻🔒
Stand your ground and protect your property with a camera 📹
Setting boundaries as a non-parent can be tough. NTA 😬
NTA. Stand your ground and protect your belongings with evidence! 🚨