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Woman tells fiancé that his wedding invitation joke is misogynistic, he says, 'relax.'

Woman tells fiancé that his wedding invitation joke is misogynistic, he says, 'relax.'

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When this woman is annoyed with her fiance, she asks Reddit:

'AITA Arguing over a joke about our wedding?'

My fiancé (28M) and I (27F) are currently planning our wedding. He wants to send out cards to his groomsmen saying “Game Over She Won”.

I told him that I wasn’t comfortable with that being sent out as it implied that his life is over now that we are getting married and that he lost.

He told me that it’s funny because it’s ironic and his friends know that he doesn’t actually feel that way and he says I’m overreacting and it’s just a joke.

It ended up turning into a huge argument and he accused me of holding on to negative things to much and that he’s worried about my mental health.

Am I overreacting? Is it just a funny joke?

Let's find out.

chemicalrelations2008 writes:

With the many jokes he could do with a gamer theme (like 'found my player 2'), he goes and chooses an outdated, misogynistic, sexist and rude one. But hey 'iT's A jOkE!'.

ladypeterson writes:

NTA send out a card for your bridesmaids: “sorry to disappoint you, but I’ve decided to settle for him after all.” Let’s see how much he overreacts to such a ‘joke’.

irateanatid writes:

NTA. This isn't funny, it's misogynistic drivel, the idea that a man has to be coerced into marriage because he's giving up his 'freedom.' He's not worried about your mental health, he just doesn't want to have to change on account of you.

If my partner told me that something I considered minor was hurtful to her, I wouldn't do it, and I definitely wouldn't argue with her that she shouldn't feel hurt. I won't go as far as to say you shouldn't marry him, but be careful.

Well, looks like OP is NTA. Any advice for her?

Sources: Reddit
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