We've all been in situations where we've had to make a tough decision, and sometimes it's hard to know if we made the right one. In this story, a 25-year-old man found himself in a dilemma on a 6-hour bus ride. He had purchased two seats for himself, but a woman with a baby asked if she could sit next to him so she could be close to her husband. The man refused, but now he's questioning if he was in the wrong. Let's dive into the details of this bus ride drama. 🚌
Family Emergency Calls 🚨
Buying Extra Space 💺
A Request from a Mother 🤱
The Baby Factor 👶
Standing His Ground 🚫
Persistence and Frustration 😠
Driver Intervention 🚌
Screaming Baby and Dirty Looks 😒
Glaring Encounters 😠
Final Confrontation 🗣️
Second Thoughts 🤔
The Great Bus Seat Debate 🚌💺
So, our protagonist found himself in a tricky situation on a 6-hour bus ride. He had purchased two seats for himself, but a woman with a baby asked if she could sit next to him to be close to her husband. Despite her pleas, the man stood his ground, explaining that he needed the extra space to work and had already paid for the seat. The woman, her husband, and the bus driver were all unhappy with his decision, but the man remained firm. Now that he's home, he can't help but wonder if he was in the wrong. Let's see what the internet thinks of this bus ride drama... 🤔
Passenger defends man who refused to give up bus seat. NTA.
NTA: Logical explanation for not giving up bus seat 👍
Debating the etiquette of giving up seats for strangers 🤔
Man defends not giving up bus seat, citing practicality. NTA.
Paid for the tickets, those are your seats. NTA 👍
Man defends decision to keep extra bus seat for comfort 🚍💺
Passenger defends not giving up seat, NTA 👍
Passenger refuses to give up seat for woman with baby. NTA.
NTA defends not giving up bus seat due to unmasked baby 😑
Passenger defends man's right to keep purchased bus seat. NTA 👍
Stranger's entitlement to a favor and cost reimbursement. NTA
Confused commenter defends man who refused bus seat for woman.
Planning ahead is key when traveling with little ones 👶🚌
Redditors question authenticity of baby-on-bus story 🤔
NTA defends keeping bus seat, blames bus company for pandemic seating.
Passenger defends not giving up seat for woman with baby.
Redditors call out karma fishing in AITA bus seat post 🙄
Setting boundaries and saying no is not being an a**hole 💪
Man defends not giving up paid bus seat for woman with baby 🚌👶
Defending his seat: NTA, bought it, no regrets 👍
Traveling with kids? NTA for buying an extra seat 👶
Woman with baby on bus, husband could have helped 👶🏻👨🏻
Mom defends man who refused to give up bus seat 👶
No a-hole here. Maybe the front seat was a solution 🤔
Parenting humor shines in this comment about a bus ride 😂
Parent defends man's refusal to give up bus seat for woman.
Passenger defends right to seat, criticizes driver's request. 💯
Mom entitlement on public transport. NTA/YTA debate.
Choosing not to give up seat, NTA according to commenter.
Standing up for personal space during pandemic. NTA.
Asserting seat ownership: NTA for not giving up seat 👍
Assertive commenter defends right to say no politely. 💪
NTA for prioritizing safety during pandemic, but entitlement is AH behavior 😒
Unapologetic NTA refuses to give up seat and profits off it 👍
Adapting to unexpected situations while traveling with family 🙌
Unapologetic rider refuses to give up seat for woman with baby 🚌
Passenger refuses to give up seat, but could have been kinder 😕
Woman shares similar experience with entitled parents on flight ✈️
User seeks clarification on why OP thinks they're the AH.
Lack of community and empathy in society 😢
Couple prioritizes seating arrangement over baby duties. NTA wins.
Buying two tickets for comfort: fair or entitled? 🤔
Man defends keeping his bus seat, citing legitimate reasons. NTA.
Commuter praises bus company's COVID-19 safety measures 🙌
Buying an extra seat for social distancing doesn't make you TA 👍
NTA suggests practical solutions for bus seat dilemma 👍
Man defends his decision to keep his bus seat. 💺
Standing firm on paid seat, NTA receives unfair pressure. 👍
Suggestion to move husband to front for baby's comfort 🙏
Passenger defends not giving up bus seat to entitled parent 😎
Entitled man refuses to give up bus seat for woman with baby 🚌👶
Woman with baby demands seat, refuses to take no for answer
Forgetting pandemic or justifying misogyny? AITA comment section debates.
Passenger defends not giving up seat, raises valid point. 👍
Childfree commenter defends not giving special treatment to parents. 😠
Traveler shares annoyance with couples who won't buy adjacent seats 😑
Passenger defends not giving up seat for woman with baby. 😈
Passenger defends refusing bus seat to woman with baby 😠
Passenger criticized for not giving up seat to entitled mother 😒
Man defends his decision to keep his paid extra bus seat
Couple with baby on bus, commenter suggests asking for seat swap.
NTA! Planning ahead is not his responsibility, they're TA.