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Man asks if he's wrong to avoid events that friends' kids are attending.

Man asks if he's wrong to avoid events that friends' kids are attending.

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The decision of whether or not to have kids is one that most people don't enter into lightly. If you want to be a parent, great; if you choose not to, you deserve the same acceptance from your friends and family. Sometimes, however, people just can't seem to grasp the idea of someone not wanting kids (theirs or anyone else's) in their lives.

Reddit user u/hug-a-cat finds himself in this exact situation. His friends can't seem to accept that he doesn't want to entertain, interact, or be the "fun uncle" with their children. After getting called out by his friends, he turned to the internet to ask:

AITA (Am I the As*hole) for avoiding events when my friends' kids are attending or arriving late so they're already in bed?

He writes:

This is a situation where I genuinely didn't consider I might be being an asshole until several of my friends laid into me about it.

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