#AITA – I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve been a truly horrible person

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Would you like to feel better? Confident that your moral compass is pointing in the right direction? May I introduce you to a very interesting corner of the internet: the ‘Am I the A***hole?’ community.

If you haven’t had the pleasure yet, here’s a brief introduction. On the chat platform reddit.com, people go to a subreddit (online community) called Am I the A**hole? (AITA), in which they bring personal mysteries closer to a wider audience. Most of the time, these people want to exonerate themselves after wrongdoing. At other times, they firmly believe they are right. There isn’t a soap opera in the country that can touch it. Some of the more recent questions asked on the site include: “AITA for taking my girlfriend to court after she kicked me out of her bridal shower for cutting my hair?”; “AITA for putting jalapeños on my pizza so my girlfriend wouldn’t eat them?”; “AITA for breaking up with him because of his job?”; “AITA for getting engaged a week before my sister’s wedding and wanting to use the family reunion to discuss my own plans?”; “AITA for working 100 hour weeks and complaining about helping my wife with our newborn baby?” Recently, a man wondered if it was wrong to give sperm to his asexual girlfriend, who is now pregnant with twins donate and whether he should tell his wife.

https://www.independent.ie/opinion/comment/aita-ive-lost-count-of-the-number-of-times-ive-been-a-truly-terrible-person-41614422.html #AITA – I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve been a truly horrible person

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