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Mom asks if she has a right to be angry that her friend asked her 22-year-old son out.

Mom asks if she has a right to be angry that her friend asked her 22-year-old son out.

Watching your grown children date can be uncomfortable — let alone when they're being asked out by one of your closest friends.

One mom has taken to Reddit to seek advice after finding out that her friend hit on her 22-year-old son. She's wondering if she has a right to be annoyed at her friend, or if she's overreacting.

She found out on a family Zoom call:

I just learned about this during a thanksgiving zoom call. My son and daughter (who already knew all about it) were laughing. I am not seeing the humor.

It happened a year ago:

Apparently she got his number at a Christmas party last year and texted asking him out several times. This is someone I trusted as one of my closest friends. I feel very betrayed.

She wants to send the woman a strongly worded email:

She’s more than twice his age. I know people will think I’m being unreasonable and that’s fine. I’ve composed an email to this “friend”. I haven’t hit send. [Am I the a-hole]?

Sources: Reddit
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