A woman narrated the tale of her roommate’s deranged girlfriend at an online forum.
They’ve Lived in the House Since College.
“I rent a room in a house with my boyfriend and his best friend, Eric. We are all in our 30s and have lived in this home since college. Eric has a girlfriend [of] around six months named Amanda.”
Amanda Doesn’t Live There.
It started like a regular Friday night.
“We are all Star Wars fans, so we decided to binge-watch some episodes and get pizza. Amanda wanted to use her Disney+ account, but mine is already logged into the TV in the living room.”
She Left Her Phone in the Bedroom.
The evening unfolded as planned.
“We get our pizza, snacks, wine, and beer. I left my phone in my bedroom because I like to unplug after work.”
She Sent Pages and Pages of Demands.
The woman was in for a surprise when she went to her bedroom and checked her phone.
“I go see my phone before bed, and there are pages of text about how Amanda wants me to stop doing things for her ‘man,’ including start using her Disney+ account on our tv.”
An Insane List.
It didn’t stop there.
“I’m not allowed to cook or grab him things. The list goes on to where she accuses me of flirting with ‘her man.’”
Wall of Text.
She showed her boyfriend these shocking demands.
“He said Eric needed to see this, so I screenshot page after page Amanda sent while we watched the New Trilogy.”
They Had a Huge Fight.
Eric called his girlfriend out on her crazy text messages.
“I hear them argue, and Amanda slams the door to leave around 3 am.”
The woman shared her story with some of her coworkers, who seemed to take Amanda’s side.
“A few thought I was being petty because Amanda has insecurities she needs to work through, and I bullied her about them by sharing her texts with her boyfriend.”
She Ventured Online…
Confused by this reaction from her colleagues, the woman asked the online community what their thoughts were.
The results were colorful!
One user shared, “The fact her breaking point was Disney+ is wild. But let’s be fair, you probably saved him from a possessive gf.”
“You definitely weren’t petty. She sent you a long ridiculous message, and you and your bf thought this was something he needed to see.”
Coworkers Are Idiots.
Many users questioned the thought process behind the woman’s coworkers’ reasoning and advised her to keep them at arm’s length.
“She definitely has insecurities, but she went about that so badly to send some bs like that. Wasn’t a bullying situation, I’d be wary of those coworkers if that’s truly their opinion.”
A Foiled Plan.
Many users agreed Amanda possibly wanted to stalk her boyfriend via his streaming activity.
“I’ve heard (but haven’t confirmed) that shared streaming accounts can be used to stalk people — because the account owner can see where people have logged in from.”
“It’s not bullying, it’s providing him relevant information about his partner he wouldn’t have had. If he chooses to change the relationship based on it, it’s because of her actions, not you giving him a clearer picture of who she really is.”
Voters agreed that the OP certainly wasn’t “bullying” this woman and that she had every right to share those messages.
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