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A Wife Says Her Husband’s Colleague Keeps Bringing Him Lunch

A Wife Says Her Husband's Colleague Keeps Bringing Him Lunch

The horrible stereotyping of the husband-stealing homewrecker is pretty offensive, but it’s still much worse when it’s real. Redditor u/Aitaxxx97 shared a story about one of these Lifetime villains come to life, a woman she calls Claire who is apparently trying to steal her husband.

She wrote about it on r/AmItheA–hole, asking, “AITA For telling my husband’s colleague to stop bringing him meals that she cooks every day?”

The OP says she’s about three years older than her husband (which becomes relevant) and they recently moved to a new place and he started a new job. He’s made some friends, but one of them is rubbing her the wrong way:

His work colleague “claire” is a bit intrusive and doesn’t really respect boundaries. She’d bring meals to my husband at work pretty much everyday. And buy him stuff saying she does this with everybody. She bought him a keychain before then he came home with a new tie and there wasn’t even an event at…

Wife Asks If She’s Wrong To Ask Husband’s Colleague To Stop Cooking Him Lunch Everyday

The horrible stereotyping of the husband-stealing homewrecker is pretty offensive, but it’s still much worse when it’s real. Redditor u/Aitaxxx97 shared a story about one of these Lifetime villains come to life, a woman she calls Claire who is apparently trying to steal her husband.



A Wife Says Her Husband’s Colleague Keeps Bringing Him Lunch

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