Picture this: you're a parent, and you want to pay for your kids' college education. But you've got some conditions – no partying, no drugs, and they must maintain good grades. One of your kids accepts the deal, while the other rebels and takes out loans. Fast forward a few years, and the consequences of their choices have come to light. Let's dive into this family drama and see what went down. 😱
Dad's Generous Offer 🎓💵
The Conditions ⚠️
Why the Rules? 🤔
The Partier 🎉
The Scholar 📚
Pandemic Living 🏠
The Results 🎓
Job Offers 📝
Celebration Time? 🍾
E's Frustration 😞
Dad's Response 🗣️
Storming Off 😡
Choices Made, Consequences Faced 😬
So, there you have it – a dad who offered to pay for his twin sons' college education, but with some strict conditions. One son, the partier, refused the deal and ended up in debt with a temp job offer. The other, the scholar, accepted the conditions, got a fancy Ivy League degree, and scored a job at Apple. It's a classic tale of choices and consequences, and it seems like the dad's rules might have been onto something. Let's see what the internet has to say about this family drama... 🍿
NTA, but party restrictions are harsh. Opportunity to teach.
Debate over parenting style and college funding sparks drama 🤷🏾♀️
Parent's unreasonable college funding conditions and the value of planning 🎓
Dad's strict college funding conditions may harm his relationship with his son 😔
Controlling dad sparks family drama with college funding conditions 😲
Commenter calls out OP for being hypocritical and imposing unnecessary restrictions. Replies agree.
Father's controlling rules spark family drama, labeled YTA 😠
Clear terms were rejected. NTA for not funding education. 💸
College funding comes with conditions, but is it worth it? 🤔
Debt-free college with simple rules or partying without? YTA or NTA?
Debate over whether mandating a high GPA is enough for college.
Father offers full tuition in exchange for reasonable rules. NTA 👏
NTA sets strict college funding conditions, sparking debate on college experience.
College culture includes partying, but should GPA be enforced? 🤔
Dad's $50k college funding condition sparks family drama 😲💸. Commenter calls OP YTA for imposing self-fulfilling prophecy on son.
Son's honesty in face of dad's strict rules is commendable 💪
Dad refuses to fund son's college, but offers adoption? 🤷♂️
User doubts authenticity of post, deems OP TA. 🤔
Sibling rivalry at its finest 😍
A tough but fair lesson for an adult son 👍
Unreasonable college funding conditions lead to family drama 😞
Parent stands firm on college funding, teaches valuable lesson 👍
Should parents attach conditions to college funding? 🤔
Clear conditions cause family drama 😲💸
👍 Parent defends college funding conditions, offers sympathy and advice.
Dad's strict college funding rules cause family drama 😲💸
Father's unreasonable college funding conditions cause family division ⚖️
A commenter calls out the dad for being the a**hole and suggests finding a way to help E without fully paying off his debt, to avoid resentment and family drama. 😕
Debate over college funding and partying expectations 🎓🍻
Parent's hypocritical college funding conditions spark backlash 😲
College party culture criticized for reliance on alcohol 😱
Fair college funding conditions cause family drama 😔💸
NTA dad sparks family drama over college funding conditions 😲💸
Setting conditions for college funding causes family drama 😠
One son's poor decisions shouldn't hold back the other. 👏
Mixed feelings on dad's college funding restrictions 🤔
Controlling father withholds college funding, YTA comment section drama 😲💸
Dad offers college funding with conditions, sparks family drama. NTA.
College funding drama: Dad's strict conditions deemed unreasonable 😕
Fair funding conditions spark family drama 💪
Father's unfair college funding conditions cause family drama 😭
Offered a choice, turned it down. NTA, pretty cut and dry 👍
Restricting college funding based on grades is not effective. YTA 😕
Offering community college as a backup could've avoided family drama. YTA 😔
Dad sets reasonable college funding conditions, avoids past mistakes 👍
Party first, now pay the price? NTA gets family drama