Internet is furious with this entitled woman who thought she can casually ask her grieving colleague who lost his wife just eight months back that why he keeps on wearing his wedding ring and it can be misleading. People call OP rude, mean and inconsiderate and slam her for being apathetic to other person's pain. Read the post and share your opinion with us.
Woman Slammed For Telling Widowed Co-worker His Wedding Ring Was 'Misleading'
Have you ever met people who are ignorant of others' feelings and regardless of what others are feeling, they only like to speak their mind? Well, if you haven't, here is one person here.
This anonymous 32-year-old woman took to the Reddit platform AITA to share that she asked her new colleague 'James,' a recent widower why he keeps on wearing his wedding ring. However, what OP didn't expect that her blunt question will fire back so badly.
Not happy with the upsetting response, the OP turned to the ‘Am I The A-Hole’ subreddit to see whether it was her morally-dubious approach or colleagues’ interpersonal skills at blame.
Upset and furious, James calls out the OP for disrespecting his late wife's memory and prying into his business when he made it clear that he is not interested in any other women at the time. That being said, James walks out of the room with his stuff and the OP is left wondering she'd go wrong as she didn't want to be mean but wanted to ask everything from technical point of view.
Read the original post here
Internet not only labeled OP YTA but also called her out for being mean and insensitive to the person who is grieving his loss