Teenager Asks if She’s Wrong for Eating the Only Food at Home That Her Little Brother Could Eat

Uh oh…it’s another edition of Reddit’s “Am I the A**hole?” page that revolves around people getting all worked up over food.

But this one is a little bit different from some of the ones you’ve read before…

Check it out and let us know if you think this girl was out of line for how she behaved.

AITA for eating the only food at home that my little brother could eat?

“We came back from our trip last night. It was late and my little brother Neil (5M) and I (17F) were hungry. My parents bought two sandwiches for us.

(I need to add that my parents are against fast food. The number of times I have eaten fast food in my entire life is less than 10 and I really love fast food)

We got home and Neil wes running around as usual while my parents tried to get him to sit down and eat but he grabbed the sandwich and ran. At one point he went to the bathroom and accidently dropped the sandwich there.

He couldn’t eat it anymore so my parents looked for something else for him to eat but we only had eggs at home and he doesn’t eat eggs (sensory issues) and it was too late to get anything for him.

My parents told me to give my sandwich to my brother and eat eggs instead. They said if I do this they will buy one for me tomorrow.

I know they wouldn’t because thats what they always do. Every time I give Neil something the next day I ask them when they are buying it for me and they say “oh we are not actually gonna buy it for you” so before anyone could take it I grabbed it went to my room locked the door and ate it.

Now I’m grounded and they say it was an AH move to make my little brother go to bed hungry.”

Here’s what Reddit users had to say about this.

One reader said she’s NTA and that is her parents’ fault.

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Another individual agreed and said that none of this is not this girl’s fault at all.

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And this Reddit user said she’s NTA and her parents should have taken the time to feed the kids before unpacking.

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