Here’s a cautionary tale about letting coworkers into your personal life. This woman wrote to r/AmItheA**hole with a question about her role in a feud with her coworker: “AITA for telling my coworker her bad decisions and her kids are not my responsibility?”
As u/BroadwayThrowaway1 writes, the whole disagreement started because she was going to a Broadway show with her nine year old daughter. Broadway shows are so much fun — the bright lights, singing and dancing, and colorful costumes can be unforgettable. But these shows don’t come cheap. At their least expensive prices, most Broadway plays still cost three figures, even for the nosebleed seats. For lots of people, the only way to get into a high-budget show is to enter the lottery system and hope for a last-minute discount ticket.
So it’s odd that this woman’s coworker decided she wanted to go too. That’s right, the OP didn’t invite her, this woman invited herself and her daughter, effectively crashing the OP’s mother-daughter outing. Even worse, the OP writes that their two daughters don’t even get along.
Some commenters sided with the OP, while others scolded her for not standing up for herself and her daughter. Check out the story below, followed by the AITA verdicts from commenters.
Then, this assistant stunned everyone at their work when they started a frank conversation about money.