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    [–] I [25F] asked my date [26M] to text me when he gets home so I know he’s safe, and he responded rudely. MissEb94 1 points ago in relationships

    I see nothing wrong with the request you made, it just shows that you care. But since he responded so rudely, I'd be telling him that you are no longer interested and don't want to see him anymore. If he asks you why, tell him exactly why and block him.

    [–] AITA for not telling the cashier she failed to scan a $60.00 item? MissEb94 0 points ago in AmItheAsshole

    OP, you're NTA. You said, "then we paid and she gave us our change". Therefore, you didn't steal anything. Either way, the cashier shouldn't have been rude and talking to her friend, that's terrible customer service on her part.

    [–] AITA - I saw a video of this guy video taping himself giving sandwiches to homeless people and I commented that he was vain MissEb94 1 points ago in AmItheAsshole

    YTA. There was absolutely no need to publicly call him out. And it's certainly not vain of him to video record him doing a good deed, he more than likely video recorded himself doing it to inspire others!!

    [–] I [30M] may have ruined Valentines Day and my relationship [30F] by arguing with a waitress [F] MissEb94 0 points ago in relationships

    Don't apologise to the waitress just to appease your girlfriend, you have nothing to apologise for. The waitress accused you of skipping out on dinner, which wasn't the case and embarrassed you in front of a restraunt full of people. Then gave attitude when you gave a small tip. The waitress is the one who should be apologising to you for the accusations and the unprofessionalism she displayed towards you. You had every right to get upset and defend yourself.

    [–] [MN] A girl is planning to claim I am the father of her baby when we never had sex MissEb94 14 points ago in legaladvice

    She wouldn't be able to put you down as the father anyway, because both parents need to sign for the birth certificate. Since you aren't the father, you don't need to do that. DNA/Patrnity tests are done by blood, not by semen or urine. And because you're a minor, if she claims that she had sex with you and you got her pregnant, she'll get charged for statutory rape.

    [–] AITA for not wanting to give my girlfriend $700 in flight vouchers for a birthday gift? MissEb94 1 points ago in AmItheAsshole

    OP, you're definitely NTA. The $700 in flight vouchers you got, are gifts from your family, DO NOT give them to her. She's very rude, manipulative and selfish... For asking for them, even expecting to receive them. It seems like she doesn't give a crap that you're jobless (at the moment), she wants expensive gifts regardless... Hint: Gold digger!

    If I were you man, I'd run so fast and far from this woman. I can only imagine that it'd get so much worse, if you progress this relationship to next step and again, if you marry her!!

    [–] Should a nurse be held criminally liable for a medication error? MissEb94 1 points ago * (lasted edited 12 days ago) in legaladviceofftopic

    Yes, she should be held criminally liable. This wasn't a medication error, this was medical negligence and homicide. The nurse should have been following protocol and safety procedures, but she bypassed it instead. The nurse was rightfully arrested. One thing with medical professionals is, you don't play around with patients lives. You're there to help the patients!!

    [–] Petty ex trying to take back gift after breakup MissEb94 8 points ago * (lasted edited 17 days ago) in AusLegal

    Honestly, the simcard doesn't matter. Gift or not, if he's still making repayments on the phone, he legally owns it (as it's under contract, in his name). If he presses charges for theft, you'll be made to give the phone back. Since he's the legal owner, he can have the IMEI number blocked, which renders the phone un-usable. If you truly want to phone to be yours, you'd take responsibility for the repayments!!

    [–] I (24F) want to move out, but my mother (47F) will be unable to pay bills due to her unwillingness to work. What should i do? MissEb94 3 points ago in relationships

    You can't help those, who don't want to help themselves. Take the advice from your friends and family, GTFO of there. Living like that, isn't fair on you. Go get yourself an apartment, live life the way you want!!

    [–] My girlfriend (F22) just got a pretty ugly tattoo and I (M22) don't know what to say MissEb94 1 points ago in relationships

    Mate, be honest with her. She'll appreciate the honesty. She can always get an awesome tattoo to cover it up 😊

    [–] I make thousands of dollars a month blackmailing pedphiles MissEb94 1 points ago in confession

    OP, this will backfire on you big time. Despite their wrongdoing, the police will question how you know this information. The "paedophiles" you claim they are, will more than likely screenshot all communication you've had with them and show the police. You can/will get charged for blackmailing, aswell as hacking to gain private information. I'm in no way condoning paedophilia, they deserve to be locked up. But I'm also not condoning the criminal activities you're committing!!

    [–] Boyfriend (33M) wants to control what I (28F) do with my personal "fun money" once we're married. Red flag, or normal? MissEb94 1 points ago in relationships

    DO NOT and I repeat, DO NOT have joint bank accounts (or joint anything) with this guy, or kids. You've only been with him for 6 months and his behavior is already raising massive red flags. Nothing about his behavior is normal!!

    First he'll control your finances, then he'll control who you can and can't hang out with, then he'll control where you can and can't go. He'll basically isolate you from your friends and family. He'll also isolate your from your job too and make you quit, because he'll want you to feel financially dependant on him. Especially if you have kids with him and start out as a stay-at-home mum. And when you want to go back to work, he'll say no and make excuse after excuse as to why you should stay at home - (hence why I previously mentioned him isolating you from your job and making you quit). He'll treat you like a house maid. He'll treat you like his own personal chef. And he'll treat you like his own personal sex doll that he can use whenever he wants, regardless. If you have your own car, he'll more than likely make you sell it, so you'll feel trapped in the house day in and day out. He'll financially, physically, verbally, emotionally and mentally abuse you. And if you have kids, he'll use the kids against you, to manipulate and control you. Things will quickly escalate, for the worst, especially if you marry this guy and have kids with him. This is how the vicious cycle of abuse goes. Abusive people start out all sweet and charming, then all of a sudden and out of nowhere, they start being abusive. Please, don't fall into the vicious cycle of abuse. If I were you, I'd run for the hills and never look back!!

    [–] My husband [38m] asked me [33f] not to take a promotion because I'd be out-earning him MissEb94 1 points ago in relationships

    Take the promotion! You'll deeply resent him if you don't. And besides, the extra money will tremendously help your family out.

    [–] My [39M] son [16M] came out and my wife [37F] took it extremely badly. MissEb94 2 points ago in Parenting

    I don't really have any advice. But, I do want to say that you're a great dad. Your son will really appreciate you standing up for him and he will most definitely cherish the text you sent him. Hopefully, your wife will snap out of it and apologise to the both of you.

    [–] AITA For Not Letting my GF Peg me? MissEb94 1 points ago in AmItheAsshole

    You're definitely NTA, man. The only ones who are TA's here, is your girlfriend and her friend. Your girlfriend shouldn't be trying to force you to do something you've said no to multiple times and aren't comfortable doing, that's disgusting and disrespectful behavior. Her friend shouldn't have even stuck her nose in your business, in the first. Your girlfriend clearly doesn't respect you, maybe it's time to re-evaluate the relationship?

    [–] AITA for yelling at my girlfriend while I was driving? MissEb94 1 points ago in AmItheAsshole

    You're NTA. If anything, she's TA. Honestly mate, I'd break up with her, before she kills you both. What she does while you're driving, is extremely dangerous, it's not in the slightest bit funny!!

    [–] My [24F] mom [50sF] gave my contact info out to someone I haven't talked to in 10+ years and they don't understand why I'm mad about it MissEb94 5 points ago in relationships

    Your mum has seriously messed up! You should block his number, you could even do it through your phone provider. And let your manager know that you've got a stalker and it's really creeping you out. Your mum has no idea who this guy is, he could be a psychopath for all she knows. And she's literally put your life in danger, by giving out your number and location of your workplace. I presume you're living in your own place? Please, correct me if I'm wrong. But what's next, she gives this creep your home address? Because her and your family "see nothing wrong with it".