The feeling of hunger has a strong influence. Your attitude can change so quickly when your stomach starts growling for meals that it feels like a superpower. You feel like the Hulk, but with hunger. Given this, it is easy to understand how the name “hangry” came to be. also how it feels. Or what it also means if you wind up making someone who is already agitated by eating their food even angrier. Recently, a very irritated woman sought advice from the Am I The [A-hole]? group over a predicament she found herself in. When her pregnant sister-in-law ate her lunch, she became incredibly agitated.
Following is the story by OP in her own words. Scroll down below to read it and don’t forget to read the comments by Redditors.
1. OP’s husband’s sister moved to their house when she was pregnant/ She’s picky about food and can be a headache about it
2. SIL’s favorite food is usually cooked and OP is allergic to most of them
3. One day OP got home, and her husband and SIL were eating together the choice of SIL’s food despite the husband promising he would cook separately for both. OP decided to order food without making a scene
4. When OP came back form the shoe, the ordered food was almost eaten by the SIL which infuriated her
5. OP got annoyed and yelled at her to go back home s she can;t be tolerated anymore.
6. When she created a scene, the husband defended her. Things escalated when OP did not comply to husband’s remarks
7. Now OP asks the Reddit community over this, AITA?
You that you have read the story. it’s time for you to see what Redditors had to say on this. It is obvious that the SIL was showing inappropriate behavior and OP did not react for no reason. Read till the end to see what are other people’s opinions on this. Don’t forget to share your own opinion at the end of this article too.
8. The husband should have understood the situation
9. Not having your favorite meal cooked always should not be a problem
10. Important question
11. I think the same
12. The entitlement the sister in law is having is ver problematic
14. This power play needed to be stopped
15. I agree with most of it
16. Everyone is thinking that the husband is in the wrong here
17. OP had been kind before but now it was getting too much and needed to be stopped
Although being hungrier is not a justification to act uncivilized or snap at people, it is still quite justifiable, which is why the NTA side of things exists. On Reddit, you can read the entire post and the responses in their entirety here. Please let us know what you think about this before you leave if you want to read more. Is there just one individual responsible for this? Do you believe the OP is exonerated completely? What are you eating for dinner this evening? Please share with us in the comments area below.
Here’s a wholesome tax for you all.