Young Woman's Generosity Questioned: Is She Obliged to Support Roommate's Baby?

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We've all had our fair share of roommate drama, but this story takes it to a whole new level! Meet our protagonist, a 22-year-old woman who's been living comfortably with the financial support of her parents. She decides to take up a job, not because she needs the money, but to gain some real-world experience. However, when her roommate loses her job due to the pandemic and discovers her unexpected pregnancy, things take a dramatic turn. Let's dive into this rollercoaster of emotions, privilege, and expectations.

The Privileged Life 🏠💰

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Stepping into the Real World 🌍

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Living the Good Life 💼👗

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Pandemic Hits Home 🏡🦠

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The Unexpected Request 🤰💸

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Tension Escalates 🗣️💥

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The Final Showdown 🍳🥊

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Considering a Move 🏠🚚

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Caught in the Crossfire: Generosity or Obligation? 🎯

Our protagonist finds herself in a whirlwind of accusations and demands. She's been covering her roommate's rent and feeding her, but when asked to finance baby supplies, she draws the line. The roommate, feeling cornered and desperate, lashes out and accuses her of being heartless. The situation escalates to a point where the roommate demands our protagonist's salary, claiming she doesn't need it since her father supports her. This leads to a heated argument, leaving our protagonist contemplating a move back home. Let's see what the internet has to say about this sticky situation. 🍿

NTA but move out. Roommate is entitled and unstable 🤔

littlegremlinsparky | littlegremlinsparky

NTA Your roommate is lucky you were willing to cover for her. You should really try to get another roommate or just move out and get your own place since you can probably afford it. You are not responsible for her situation. She is crazy entitled. This! Get your own space, you deserve it! NTA. I physically made the wtf face reading this. Like I grew up super poor. Slept on couches some in college. At no point did I go "hey, you don't need that money so give it to me who really does to no fault of my own". OP needs to GTFO before this gets worse. If it was a knee jerk one time fight I would give the advice to talk it out first because hormones and insecurity. But no way now!

Mig_newton | Mig_newton

NTA Move out immediately, protect your mental health. 🚶‍♀️💼

Iwoodh8wbu | Iwoodh8wbu

NTA. Roommate's entitlement and demands are pushing boundaries. Consider moving out. 🤔

slmacd3 | slmacd3

NTA. Run. Far and fast. 🏃‍♀️ Don't let her bleed you dry! 💸

MetallicMessiah | MetallicMessiah

NTA. Your independence is awesome! Don't let your roommate guilt-trip you. 👍

LatinoGuero | LatinoGuero

NTA. Roommate is insane, trying to manipulate and take advantage. Move out.


NTA, move out ASAP. Your friends should provide the baby stuff.

Kitch00000 | Kitch00000

NTA for not supporting roommate's baby. Look out for yourself 🙌

srslyeffedmind | srslyeffedmind

NTA! You're already covering rent and food. Not your problem. 🙄

twysteddivo | twysteddivo

Setting boundaries with friends and avoiding financial obligations. 🚫

HyperTanasha | HyperTanasha

NTA, stop enabling entitled roommate. Move out and live freely! 🙌

aitathrowwwwwwwww | aitathrowwwwwwwww

"Good financial planning" or "crazy person"? NTA, kick her out! 😂

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NTA. Roommate's entitlement and audacity is toxic. Move out ASAP!

Peachiesgirl | Peachiesgirl

NTA 👏 You're not a charity, she should find government programs. Move out!

slothscantswim | slothscantswim

NTA. Keep your finances private and fund your own lifestyle. 👍

theyoungreezy | theyoungreezy

NTA for not supporting roommate's baby. Roommate taking advantage 😑

cristidablu | cristidablu

NTA. Move out. She's delusional to expect more from you.

mushroomrevolution | mushroomrevolution

Generosity questioned: Are parents' help grounds for roommate entitlement? 🤔

weedlover2 | weedlover2

Roommate's baby, unpaid rent: NTA or ESH? Let's discuss! 😮

john35093509 | john35093509

Generosity questioned: Is she entitled to your hard-earned money? 🤔

vball0111 | vball0111

Defend yourself and set boundaries. Don't be taken advantage of. 💪

kibbeling1 | kibbeling1

NTA. Time to find your own place and ditch the drama.

HealthyBox5 | HealthyBox5

Roommate's attack on generosity sparks hilarious response from commenter.

TheeBiscuitMan | TheeBiscuitMan

NTA, set boundaries: she needs to find work or leave. 💪

deja-who | deja-who

Generous roommate debates obligation to support roommate's baby. 🤔

pretenderist | pretenderist

NTA, you've been incredibly generous 🙌

aprich97 | aprich97

NTA. Move out and gain work experience. Your roommate's unreasonable demands won't end. 💰

terrapharma | terrapharma

NTA: Generous woman questions roommate's entitlement, advises legal precautions.

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Generosity questioned: Roommate tries to take advantage. NTA wins! 😎

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