If you get burned, sometimes you have to repay the favor.
You know that’s the truth!
But a woman who threw some big shade at her friends is now wondering if she went too far and she took to Reddit’s “Am I the A**hole?” page to see what readers think.
Take a look.
AITA for not inviting my friends for an annual New Year’s trip because they didn’t invite me last year?
“So my friends and I have been traveling for every new year since we were 16, we are in our early twenties now. It’s a friend group of 6 people, 3 girls, 3 guys, and naturally we all dated someone from the group at some point in high school.
The guy I used to date and me broke up in 2020 but stayed friends. He found a new girlfriend few months after that, lets call her Amy, but I was okay with it and we all continued to hang out.
Now new year (2021) is coming up and we start to plan our trip, we were supposed to go to Greece. Usually I’m the one talking to the agencies and trying to save as much money as we can. Everything is fine and going well until about a month before the trip my (ex) best friend comes over and tells me that Amy is uncomfortable with me going on a trip because everyone is coupled up and I was single and given my history with her boyfriend she felt awkward.
I felt sorry because I never got the feeling that she didn’t like me or anything, soo I asked if that means that she’s not coming or what? Turns out that she still wanted to come just didn’t want me there. I was kinda hurt by this but even more when the rest of my friends agreed that maybe it would be better if I didn’t come so there would be no drama on the trip.
Anyways I didn’t go, kinda stayed away from Amy and my ex since then, and stoped hanging out as much with all of them. Not long ago Amy and ex broke up, idk why. And now this years trip is coming up. I already have plans with my roommate and we are going to Amsterdam. When my friends learned about this they just assumed they are coming with us as well.
I told them that roommate and I are going alone and if they want to go they can plan it for themselves but that this is not a group trip. It’s petty I know but feels right to do to them what they did to me. Anyways they called me some names and we had a fight.
And I’m starting to wonder if maybe I am in the wrong? I mean I’m ending years long friendships over some stupid trip, so am I TA?”
Now let’s take a look at what Reddit users had to say about this.
One reader said that her friends initiated this whole thing by excluding her in the first place.
Another person said that these entitled folks need to be put in their place.
And this individual said that her friends are the ones who decided to end the friendship.
And finally, this person said that she’s now making her own opportunities since her friends moved on without her.
Do you think this woman acted like a jerk?
Or were her actions justified?
Let us know what you think in the comments!