"She decided to try to hit close to home saying that I was going to be a horrible mother... probably killing my baby with how much I eat," the future mom wrote.
He says she likes to order a lot of food, but eats very little of it—and refuses to eat leftovers.
"He called me selfish because I know how his health will impact his time with her and he doesn't want her to think he's neglecting her," she wrote.
She says whenever they have an argument, he throws it in her face; most recently, when he took $7,000 from the fund—which he didn't contribute to.
She says that when she was 8 years old, she accidentally broke a vase—and her stepmom gave her dad an ultimatum: his wife or his daughter. He chose his wife.
He says his outburst led to his stepson bursting into tears saying that his mother's wedding day was the worst day of his life.
The mom blew up at the suggestion, but then wondered if it was a culture clash as she recently moved from the U.K. to America.
"I said, 'You do realize you could have killed me, right? And his response to me was, 'Well, I didn't think it was gonna go that far,'" she said.
She and her husband recently bought a new home and says no one told them about the bike marathon, let alone the shortcut they'd been using for six years.
"I live in New Zealand, and while it's not perfect we have 4 weeks annual leave, 12 public holidays & 10 days sick leave per year mandated by law," they wrote.
"I have mentioned to him that I feel uncomfortable [with the trip]," she wrote. "He says he feels bad for going, but does not consider cancelling."
"I first developed cancer when I was 27, went into remission at 29," he said. "But there is a good chance it will come back."
"I don't wanna spend all her birthday money on a book she'll probably only spend 1 week reading, because she can read 400 page stories in 3 days," they said.
"People chastise you for allowing your teen on social media and then call you abusive when you dont allow it. You can't win," the parent wrote.
The news was announced via Puth's TikTok account, and he says, "This is gonna be crazy."
A former employee of a fast-food restaurant shared a story of malicious compliance when they were told smoke breaks were only for smokers, not general breaks.
The potential hire was a member of a union and said in addition to their already high salary, they also had a 401k, pension plan and full health insurance.
The dog was not supposed to be allowed inside, but it doesn't appear that rule was followed.
The resurfaced video shows that this isn't uncommon for the jungle myna, as the bird puts their latest haul in a drawer filled with cash.
Though commenters didn't pull their punches in saying that the student was wrong, for the most part it was treated as a learning moment due to the kid's age.
Sudden changes in plans are what he's notorious for, the original poster—his wife—said.
The video, where the man attempts to explain that he makes involuntary tics as the guard threatens to call the police, has been seen over 7.5 million times.
The university, which is affiliated with the Free Methodist Church USA, does not allow full-time staff to be in same-sex relationships.
"I'm not someone who can bench 150 pounds, sometimes I can barely pull myself out of the shower, but I am not weak," she said.
In the video, the poster says he didn't show her face—just her shoes.
"I finally have my first son in law, and hopefully I will soon have two more. Maybe someday even a daughter in law if sissypants here mans up," his dad said.
The younger son was going to give his second child up for adoption before his parents stepped in and offered to take care of the baby.
She says she got some pushback from some of the men on the team, since the alumnus had been invited in the past, even though all the women wanted him gone.
The teen says her cousin is "very blunt," but that normally it isn't an issue—but when it comes to her friends, the cousin's rude assumptions offend her.
The woman married a widower with young kids hoping to be their mom, and when that didn't work, she asked two of her sisters to give her one of their kids.