As soon as her boyfriend’s family asked her if she enjoyed the dish they had prepared, she told them that she did.
“Then his dad revealed it had ground beef in the sauce,” she said. “I was like ‘goddamnit’ internally because I had a 4-hour flight the next morning, and I did not want to spend it blowing up the airplane bathroom.”
“So I was like “excuse me” and walked to the bathroom. His family was like “wtf” so as a bit of an answer to them, I didn’t shut the door when I did what I was about to do, have a puke.”
“It was a little dramatic, honestly, but… I’d rather it come out once easily than unpleasantly on the plane or bus. Especially because the bus has no bathrooms.”
“His family was getting mad at me for throwing up with the door open because my boyfriend’s brother’s kid daughter got grossed out and puked on the floor too.”
She was angry with her boyfriend’s family for doing this to her, and she left right after that with her boyfriend in tow. Her boyfriend isn’t happy with what his family did, but he’s also upset with her for leaving in the middle of dinner after throwing up.
She’s currently curious if she was wrong to handle things at dinner in the way that she did.
Do you think she could have done things differently that night, or do you agree with how she chose to handle it all?
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