8 Reddit relationship stories that are almost too crazy to believe
In case you somehow live under a internet rock, let us explain a bit more about one of Reddit’s most entertaining subs. On r/relationships,
In case you somehow live under a internet rock, let us explain a bit more about one of Reddit’s most entertaining subs. On r/relationships, average men and women from around the globe can log on and ask strangers for love advice, share the ups and downs of partnership, and laugh their asses off at other people’s romantic misfortunes. Sometimes, the stories are just so out there, it's hard to believe they're true.
Suspend your disbelief for a minute, read a few wildly outrageous love tails, and thank the heavens these relationship problems haven't happened to you. Here are 8 crazy relationship stories from Reddit, edited and condensed for clarity.
All reddit user oooopppssss wanted to do was enjoy a few good episodes of Game of Thrones with her man. But he apparently would rather explain each and every episode to her in great detail instead.
My (23f) boyfriend (35m) enjoys explaining what's going on in Game of Thrones to me after an episode. I accidentally upstaged him yesterday, and now he won't talk to me. (Possible spoilers)
There are bad gifts, and then there are terrible, awful, just-burn-it-instead gifts. And the latter includes personalized renaissance paintings of you and your wife. Somebody, please help reddit user jimmyrayreid figure out a way to dump this painting deep in the woods, or at the bottom of a lake, or “accidentally” throw it in a fire for him.
My wife [28F] and I [30M] are rowing about my Brother-In- Law's gift: A painting of us in medieval costume
The guy with two-inch insecurity
As everyone already knows, it’s not about size, it’s how you use it. But, apparently, this very average sized man didn’t get the memo.
I [24M] am shorter than my girlfriend [22F] when she wears heels and she refuses to wear anything but heels.
The crazy cat lady to end all crazy cat ladies
Honestly, this is one of the more reasonable things we’ve seen on r/relationships. Reddit user catbirthdayparty (we bet you already see where this is going) asked users: Is it really that crazy she threw an elaborate birthday celebration for her 16-year-old cat?
Me (34F) with my BF (41M) of 2 years. Got mad at me because I took my cat (16M) to a park for the cat's birthday. Am I really a crazy cat lady?
This woman has a few complaints about her boyfriend. One, that he won't take photos for her on vacation. And two...that he, a grown adult, won't tote around her My Little Pony. Needless to say, we're not particularly sympathetic to her cause.
Am I being an irrational crazy girl because my boyfriend won't take any pictures for me...or should I call him out on his behavior? Full story inside.
If you’re in a relationship for a long enough time, you’ll find that your partner has at least one habit you find disgusting. But walking around in a poop-filled blanket may take the cake.
There is perhaps no more telling a sign that someone is a serial killer than if they baby talk. All. The. Time. Someone, please help this woman get into witness protection. My (24/F) BF (28/M) constantly baby talks.. I'm embarrassed!
We’re in the age of internet dating, and with it come a lot of perils: Do they look like their picture? Are they as nice as they seem in text? But for this dude, it’s more like, does this person actually exist in the first place?
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