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Wife Throws Out Husband's Dinner After He Went To Eat At His Mom's, Asks If She Did The Wrong Thing
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Wife Throws Out Husband's Dinner After He Went To Eat At His Mom's, Asks If She Did The Wrong Thing

Upon realizing he was tricked by his mother to eat together, he came back home and expected his wife to serve him politely after disrespecting her efforts.

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Food made with a mother's love is universally seen as the ultimate love language. We get it, moms are the best. But when your wife steps up and cooks delicious food for you, is it fair to skip that meal to eat at your mom's instead? Wouldn't that be rude and definitely capable of annoying your wife? Well, one Reddit user took to the community to share her struggle in yet another version of the epic 'mom v/s wife — who cooks better?' battle.

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The user u/AquaF6374 wrote in her post " My mother-in-law calls every night to ask what we're having for dinner. Then she brags about what she's cooking to make me look bad, especially if we're getting takeout. I used to care but not anymore. But my husband would ask me to make dinner only for him to go eat the dinner his mom makes at her home. which's 10 minutes away and using the "that's my favorite meal" excuse. Yesterday, I wanted to surprise him by cooking one of his favorite meals and although I was busy, I took time off work to cook. I even went grocery shopping to get what I needed." However, when his mother called up suddenly, plans changed a bit. "Later as I was setting the table his mom called, I told him he didn't have to answer but he did. like usual...she asked what we were having but acted surprised that I cooked this meal. She then went on to tell him she cooked X meal and told him to come over. He said ok which shocked me, I said "seriously?" as he started dressing up and getting ready to leave. he told me no offense but this meal (that his mom cooked) was even more of a favorite than the one I cooked, and grabbed his keys and left. I felt awful. I took his plate and threw it out then ate my portion."