The internet supports the guy not to invite a rude guest and a boy from game night

The Internet came to the defense of a man who backed out of hosting game night due to a player’s girlfriend and her scathing remarks about how “messy” his house was.

In a viral post sent to the popular Reddit forum “AmITheA **hole” (AITA), u/GilllyeoWalters clarified his side of the story so the AITA community can write their opinions on whether it should be considered a **hole.

The Redditor explained that he hosts Dungeons & Dragons (DnD) nights with friends. The event was going so smoothly that one of the players asked if his girlfriend could come over.

Dungeons & Dragons is filled with endless magical stories where friends can role-play as their characters and many take the game seriously. according to Forbes2020 was a big year for the game as the company announced that more than 50 million people have played it so far.

“During the session, she was very bored and constantly made loud sighing noises, I think, to express her boredom, which was annoying, and childish. Snacks and drinks.”

When the 34-year-old Reddit user logged into their Discord group, he noticed the rude comments left by the player’s girlfriend.

“[She] He was speaking behind my back, calling my place ‘dirthole’ and I ‘psycho’, as well as my husband ‘creep’. The user assumed she was unaware that he could access the chat on the messaging system.

He explained briefly that he would not consider his house “untidy or dirty,” but that he had a side job making paper flowers for events such as weddings or funerals. The friend stated that she found it “scary” for a 30-year-old to have flowers around their house.

He wasn’t sure why she called her husband a creep as the only reasons he would think about the 7-year age difference between his relationship or his husband’s face being a little different due to an unfortunate accident.

Later, all the guys asked him when the next DnD match night was.

“I told them the date and also that my girlfriend was ‘invited not to show up,’ he said, because she felt uncomfortable getting out of somewhere.”

Furious at the comment, the player and his girlfriend argued that the Redditor’s husband could not be home during game night either.

He admitted, “I pricked him with a title and said clearly I wouldn’t host the sessions anymore, as long as he wanted to bring it with her.”

Everyone who attended the DnD games either chose to side with the Redditor or decided not to participate.

The AITA community was quick to comment on their ideas.

“NTA. She disrespected you, your wife, and your house! Why on earth would you invite that woman back to your house? I also can’t understand why she was so upset about it when she was unhappy with the experience,” u/Substantial-Fox-4905 wrote a popular comment with over 14,200 votes Supporter. “Those in the camp who want the drama to go away need to realize that SHE created the drama. So if you don’t attend anymore = no drama.”

u/saf32rdsa commented, “NTA, so some idiots want to skip the drama and their solution is to call the drama queen rude? Some of your friends don’t look very bright.”

u/alexislynnie said in part, “If they’re friends with you, they should care about you. Not just if game nights go on. Don’t host. Don’t give up. Find better people to play with.”

U/zZombi__ said, “She’s really rude and so is her boyfriend. He also says ‘husbands’ bullshit if she’s his girlfriend and not a wife. Either way, why would she be offended if she didn’t like her at first?”

u/MistressCatNat wrote in part: “Your home is your safe space. It’s the only place you own. No matter if it’s a group of toys, a group of friends, or a huge bag of teddy bears, you decide who enters your home.”

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In a recent view of the “AmITTheA **hole” forum on Reddit, a man asked if he should be considered the hole** for not wanting to host match night over the rude comments made by a significant other from one of the players.
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