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Man asks if he was wrong to make neighbor remove Easter eggs from his property.

Man asks if he was wrong to make neighbor remove Easter eggs from his property.

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Sharing an extra cup of sugar, baked goods, or an outdoor drink with a neighbor can be a fun, but letting a swarm of sugar-fueled children search your property for Easter eggs isn't a very relaxing Sunday...

So, when a conflicted man decided to consult the online courtroom of moral philosophy otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole?" about his neighbor hiding Easter eggs for children in his yard, people were quick to deem a verdict.

AITA (Am I the As*hole) for making my neighbor remove the eggs he put in my yard for an Easter egg hunt?

Since Wednesday my neighbor asked if he could hide eggs in my (28M) yard as part of an Easter egg hunt they wanted to do for the kids coming to their bbq. Our yards are right nxt to each other with only the pavement dividing it and no fence; which I’m thinking about setting up after what happened.

He asked 3 times and each time I said no because I don’t like the idea of a bunch of little kids I don’t know coming into my yard. Besides he wanted to hide most of them in my garden and I wouldn’t trust a 6 yr old to not step on my flowers or knock over a pot. He’s been mad since I repeatedly said no and explained why. Their yards just as big as mine so didn’t see why they needed my space too.

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