Woman Honors Mother’s Deathbed Wish To Give Her $700 To The Youngest, Most Spoiled Sister, Does So With Malicious Compliance

Honoring someone’s last wish is the least one can do. Especially if that person is someone close or a family member. Yet, sometimes the last request is something you wouldn’t normally be willing to do if it wasn’t in memory of someone. This is precisely what happened in the family of a Reddit user, joemondo, who turned to Reddit’s Malicious Compliance community with a fascinating post.

Joemondo recently shared a story of how his aunt, who’s also his godmother, handled her mother’s – his grandmother’s – last wish. The grandmother wished to give all of her money to the youngest daughter, another aunt to joemondo, who the OP named a “complete parasite” and “mooch.”

The thing is that the youngest sister was dubbed a “parasite” for a solid reason. A few, actually. “She had no problem taking whatever she could get from her mother, my grandmother, even having her mother co-sign on debts and then leaving her to pay it off,” the OP wrote.

The entire family, including the sisters, weren’t fond of the youngest one. So the oldest sister, OP’s aunt, came up with a unique way of handling her mother’s request and, at the same time staying loyal to her morals.

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Receiving an inheritance is a bittersweet feeling, yet sometimes it can shift into an entertaining plot through some malicious compliance

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Redditor shared a story where his aunt was asked to pass on money to a “parasite” sister as her inheritance from her late mother

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The youngest daughter “had no problem taking whatever she could get from her mother,” yet the mother could not say ‘no’ to her youngest

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But nobody specified HOW she had to handle the last request, so the aunt took a malicious approach

The oldest sister was in charge of handing her the inheritance, so she decided to do it in installments of $10 per month, that’s over 5 years to pay off the full amount

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The Malicious Compliance community had a good laugh and thoroughly enjoyed the story. Some readers got so invested that they needed to learn more details

Times Historians Had No Idea What Something Was And Women Stepped In And Told Them

In class, I learned that when I don’t understand something, someone else probably does. It’s more useful to learn someone’s perspective in a field than to force your perspective and fail miserably.

That’s the moral lesson to be learned in this viral Twitter thread by Gennifer Hutchison. For her, there are things that male historians and anthropologists get wrong because they usually don’t involve women’s perspectives in their research.

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Writer Gennifer Hutchinson pointed out online that male scientists struggle to figure something out because they restrict women’s access to their fields

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Twitter people shared hilarious examples to further support Gennifer’s point

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