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Man asks if he's wrong for telling brother's GF not to keep late husband's ashes.

Man asks if he's wrong for telling brother's GF not to keep late husband's ashes.

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This story has it all, love, loss, and an awkward AF family dinner. Reddit user u/Elijah2022xx recently had a confrontation with his brother's live-in girlfriend over her decision to keep the urn of her deceased husband in the home they share together. Sharing his opinion got him in some hot water with his brother and now he's turning to Reddit to ask:

AITA (Am I the As*hole) for telling my brother's girlfriend that it was weird for her to keep an urn of her late husband's ashes in the house?

He writes:

Okay, So this happened last night while me (M23) and my family were visiting my brother's (M30) girlfriend's (F30) house for the first time.

We were all sitting at dinner table and I remembered when my brother's girlfriend, who's a widow, saying that she keeps an urn of her late husband's ashes in the house.

Conversation let from one thing to another then, I looked at my brother and asked him quietly if he was comfortable with having his girlfriend's late husband's urn in the house. he gave me a long stare so I figured the answer was yes but maybe, he couldn't tell his girlfriend about it fearing she'd misunderstand maybe?

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