During the pandemic, stories of neighborly kindness were endearing as the world collectively dealt with the difficulties that Covid-19 brought to us. Now that the world is slowly returning to something that resembles normal, those niceties are now coming back to haunt some people. On a popular Reddit thread on the Am I The A**hole Subreddit, a woman is haunted by being a Good Samaritan during the pandemic.
AITA for making the neighbor kid fail his exam?
I (26f) live in a condo-style complex. Many people have suffered due to the global event, and people in this "condo" have gone out of their way to help those less fortunate, myself included.
My neighbor and her husband both had their income reduced. She was laid off, and he got reduced hours. When they asked to borrow my WiFi password, I also gave them all my online streaming passwords to be kind, as she wouldn't be doing much else besides looking for a new job and doing some housework. That was over two years ago now. I don't interact with them or other neighbors daily as I work a lot and am a private person.