Woman Is Shocked To Learn That Her Husband Charged Her Family $25 A Person To Attend A Cookout At “His” House

Perhaps the first year in marriage really is the hardest. According to studies, most marriages that fail (roughly 10%) do so within the first two years. Another study has shown that approximately 50% of first marriages fail. Why is that so? Do people rush to tie the knot with someone they, perhaps, don’t know that well? It’s always easy to judge. However, the first signs, the so-called red flags, appear way ahead of the wedding day. Perhaps one hasn’t noticed or ignored the alarming warnings because they were blinded by love? That might be the case.

Recently, Reddit user Attic-Lights5475 submitted a rather unusual story to the popular AITA subreddit. The story goes that not long ago, the woman (the OP of the story) and her husband threw a barbeque at their lavish house and invited both sides of the family. However, later the woman discovered that her husband charged her family $25 a person because they “got to ‘enjoy’ the space and view.” He didn’t charge his side of the family because it was his family who gave him the house.

The woman thought this was ridiculous and felt shocked and embarrassed about her husband doing this behind her back. She returned the money to her family members and apologized to them. The couple stopped talking because the husband claimed she “disrespected him and went behind his back” by returning the money.

Confused, the woman turned to the community with a question: “AITA for returning the money my husband took from my family for attending our cookout?” Redditors quickly decided who was at fault in this situation, so scroll below to see their thoughts. What do you think about it? And if you are interested in reading more AITA stories, check the recent ones we’ve covered by clicking herehere, and here!

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A newlywed couple threw a barbeque at their lavish home and invited their families to join them

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The OP’s husband went behind his wife’s back and asked her family to pay him $25 each for the evening



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Redditors thought this wasn’t appropriate and signaled a huge red flag in a couple’s relationship




Woman Embarrassed When TSA Checked Her Luggage And Found “An Abundance Of Pancake Mix,” Folks Share Similar Stories

Going through the TSA could be one of the most boring and annoying things you have to go through in an airport. After all, if you know you’re a law-abiding citizen, then you know that this process does not have anything out of the ordinary. You hand them your package, you run through the scanners, and you’re done.

Chelsea could have thought of the same, not until her luggage full of pancake mix made rounds online. In a Tweet, she posted a picture of a TSA officer inspecting her luggage containing pancake mix. She said that she apologized to the officer for such bizarre content, but the latter just brushed it off, saying, “Never apologize for being who you are.”

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The TSA finds a lot of objects inside people’s luggage every day, but one that is full of pancake mix is a unique find

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She was then dubbed as the “Pancake Mix Girl” overnight, according to her tweet a day later

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After the incident, Twitter users began to share their own weird, wacky, and funny TSA luggage stories

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