15 Unhinged Stories This Week That Summoned The Internet's Biggest Angry Mobs

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Vote up the stories where you agree with the original poster.

The internet can be a pretty controversial place when everyone has the ability to share their (potentially contoversial) opinions with the world. However, there are some moments when groups can come together to agree on things. We turned to r/AmIthe*sshole to find stories that were so one-sided that the crowd actually agreed on who was in the wrong (and they were angry). 


  • 1. Partner Refuses To Get On Plane With Their Boyfriend's Family

    From Redditor u/NoTGoingThank:

    My boyfriend’s parents paid for them, my boyfriend’s siblings and their SO to all go on a flight to Cabo for spring break. Becky, his mom, hasn’t seemed to like me for some reason she always makes snide remarks about my parents blue collar jobs and my field is nursing.

    We get to the airport and Becky got 7 other people first class tickets and me 1 coach ticket. She told me I was used to it and she had a free coach ticket so I should be grateful for going. They all did their express check ins and left me in the long line for me to think about what the heck is going on. I had to keep from crying the whole time in line. I got up to the counter and there was a baggage fee to me. My boyfriend at the time never once helped me through the coach line or said anything to his mom. I looked over at his mom’s smug face as I was about to pay the checked baggage fee. And I let all of my frustrations out on the attendant and started crying. Basically she said don’t go with that family sweetie they don’t appreciate you. Continues to cry and took my luggage and got out and got out of line with the super sweet check in woman. I was so upset on how I was treated and started crying on my boyfriend in the airport about how his mother was treating me.

    I broke up with him at the airport and his mother was so embarrassed. My boyfriend has been blowing up my phone saying how could I do that to his mother and just back out of a vacation very last minute and wasted everyone’s time and money.

  • 2. Partner Throws Out Food After Their Husband Leaves To Eat With His Mom

    From Redditor u/AquaF6374:

    My mother-in-law calls every night to ask what we're having for dinner. Then she brags about what she's cooking to make me look bad, especially if we're getting takeout. I used to care but not anymore. But my husband would ask me to make dinner only for him to go eat the dinner his mom makes at her home. which's 10 minutes away and using the "that's my favorite meal" excuse.

    Yesterday, I wanted to surprise him by cooking one of his favorite meals and although I was busy, I took time off work to cook. I even went grocery shopping to get what I needed. Later as I was setting the table his mom called, I told him he didn't have to answer but he did. like usual...she asked what we were having but acted surprised that I cooked this meal. She then went on to tell him she cooked X meal and told him to come over. He said ok which shocked me, I said "seriously?" as he started dresing up getting ready to leave. he told me no offense but this meal (that his mom cooked) was even more of a favorite than the one I cooked. and grabed his keys and left.

    I felt awful. I took his plate and threw it out then ate my portion. As I was about to put the plate in the dishwasher, he got home looking angry saying his mom lied about cooking that favorite meal, and used it as an excuse to force him to eat dinner with her. I was shocked but he sat down telling me to go ahead and reheat dinner. I told him no dinner after he abandoned it, I threw it out. He said what?? and I told him he disrespected my time and effort and chose to go eat woth his mom instead. He began yelling at me asking if I really did that then called me petty and horrible then went upstairs saying what I did was 100 times worse than what his mom did.

    I definately feel like I let my anger and frustration get the best of me but it really felt unbearable having to live like this for so long. By the way [I'm 26 and he's 28].

    ETA to make one thing clear and that's the fact that my husband only does this when it comes to food. He lived with his mom (attended community college) and loved and still loves her food and is used to it. She gave me recipes to make and I try to do that but he keeps switching homes just to eat what he feels like.

  • 3. Nurse Tells Parent That Their Daughter Isn't Really Their Daughter

    From Redditor u/whattheactualf*ck13:

    So me and my partner adopted our daughter 2 years ago. We don't have any biological children, and we don't really plan to just yet. Our daughter is 6 years old now. She does understand that she's adopted, and we've made it clear time and time again that even though she didn't come from my "belly" we still love her and treat her as if she did.

    The other day, I took her to a pediatrician because she said that one of her ears "felt full" She did have a cold last week so that was expected and he said that her ear would drain out eventually. All good. The nurse comes in with the discharge sheet, and commented that she would have never assumed that I was the mother of my daughter since I looked nothing like her, which I don't (for obvious reasons). So then I said "Oh yeah, we adopted her so that's why she doesn't look me or my husband." Then, this nurse goes "Oh okay so she isn't your daughter." I was a little confused because I thought I had just explained this whole situation. I said again "She is my daughter, we adopted her a few years back." The nurse says "But technically she isn't your daughter, and her real mom is somewhere else." I was really upset because what the actual fck. I said again. "But she IS my daughter and I AM her mom." The nurse kind of sighed and said "okay maybe legally you are, but her real mom is the one that gave birth to her." My daughter was looking up at me kind of confused and I can't even imagine what was going through her head. I had enough. I said to this nurse "What the hell is wrong with you? I keep telling you that I am her mother, and you keep denying that, in front of my daughter no less." The nurse goes "I'm just stating a fact. Biologically she's not yours." I went again, "YEAH. Because she's ADOPTED. We ADOPTED her and gave her a home. What I have to push her out my vagina to be her mother?" The nurse goes "Well that's the dictionary definition of what a mom is."

    I had enough. I told her to wash her mouth of the bullsh*t she had been saying at me and my daughter and I left and went home. I was really shaken up at this point and was still when we got home and my husband noticed. I told him what had happened. He told me that the nurse was really dumb for saying that, but I shouldn't have blown up on her like that. 

  • 4. Husband Gets Angry After His Partner Searched Through His Pants

    From Redditor u/Leigh20220:

    Context: my husband [33] used to be unemployed for a year, he recently started a job at a warehouse.

    Yesterday, and while I was about to do the laundry, I grabbed his work pants and digged my hand in it's pockets to empty them before putting it in the washing machine like I  always do.

    My husband just happened to walk by and when he saw me searching his pants pockets. He rushed in yelling at me to put his pants down. I already had a folded piece of paper out but he snatched it then started screaming at me about how I have no respect for his privacy and that I shouldn't be getting my hands on his things. I was genuinly dumbfounded I told him to take it easy I alwaye do this before laundry. He lashed out saying I had no right and should've come to him and asked him first because he was worried about important documents getting lost like the one I pulled out. I said important documents shouldn't be inside his pockets and asked to see the paper but he said he won't show me. I asked why and he said I don't get to ask him anything after I disrespected his privacy. I almost laughed because what privacy does he have in pockets? It wasn't like a stranger was digging into them.

    He refused to speak to me and later brought a new closet with A LOCK and moved his clothes inside of it. I asked if he was serious and he said this will teach me to respect his privacy and deter my snooping. Then went back to not speaking to me.

    I'm genuinely confused, AITA?

  • 5. Partner Lies To Therapist To See If They Are Telling Things To Their Husband

    From Redditor u/minty346:

    I started seeing a therapist 6 months ago. At first, she really helped me but then I noticed on two occasions my husband mentioned things I hadn’t told him but I had confided in my therapist.

    Since I had no proof and I didn’t want to accuse either of them, I decided to tell my therapist lies that I knew he would confront me on if he heard them to see if I was being delusional or not. The more I lied to her, the more suspicious I became too since even things that made my husband look awful, was challenged by her and twisted to make him look good.

    It took a while for him to confront me but he did. At first, he never believed I was lying during those sessions but when I finally convinced him I was, he was still furious at me. He said he only wanted to make sure I was okay and he hadn’t been using the therapist to spy on me.

    AITA?

     

  • 6. Woman Refuses To Pay The Doctor's Cancellation Fee

    From Redditor u/dammittrudy:

    I am on mobile, so sorry if the formatting is off.

    Earlier today I (22F) had an appointment scheduled for 12:15 pm with an ENT doctor. The appointment was hard to get and this was the only day and time they had available for a few months. So although I had classes until 11:30 and a lab at 1:30 I figured I would be able to make it there and back in time because the office is only a 5 min drive from the University.

    I arrived at 12 to be sure I could get all the paperwork they make you fill out at your first visit done well before my time slot. I then sat in the waiting room until 12:55, at that point I went up to the reception desk and ask how much longer the wait is because I have somewhere to be at 1:30. The receptionist said I would be next, so I sat back down. 1:15 rolled around and I had still not been called to see the doctor. It had now been an hour since my scheduled appointment. So I again went up to the receptionist desk and asked for an actual estimation on the wait time because I have a lab in 15 mins. She told him the wait would be around 30 more mins, which would make me really late for the lab. I explained that I can’t stay any longer and will just have to set up another appointment. She said that would be fine but I would have to pay the cancellation fee. I told her that I’m not cancelling because of my own fault, but because they are way behind schedule and I have other commitments and can no longer wait for them. She said it was not her fault that I over scheduled my day, and to which I replied it was not my fault they over scheduled the doctors. She then said again if I want to book another appointment I would first have to pay the $75 cancellation fee. I told her that’s ridiculous and I will find another ENT doctor and left.

    Most people I have told agree with how I handled the situation, but my mom really laid into me saying it was my fault for not picking another day for the appointment, even though that would be months away.