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Man asks if he was wrong for refusing to sign contract to be child's godfather.

Man asks if he was wrong for refusing to sign contract to be child's godfather.

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While most people want the best for their friend's children, sometimes you have to set some clear boundaries...

Adopting the "it takes a village" mentality and being an aunt or uncle to your loved ones' children can be a rewarding and valuable experience, but if your friends take your kindness or financial assistance for granted then things can get rapidly escalate into a brutal group chat battle.

So, when a frustrated man decided to consult the moral compass of the internet otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole?" about whether or not he was wrong to refuse to sign a demanding, bizarre "godfather contract" for his friend's child, people were quick to help deem a verdict.

AITA (Am I the As*hole) for refusing to be my friends babies godfather after I was given a "legally binding contract" to sign with requirements attached?

Short story is my wife is from another country and we met a couple in which the husband's wife is from the same country. We are great friends. Almost 9 years now. Done a lot together, best friends hands down. The husband has no family alive/that talks to him and the wife obviously only has the husband as her family here in the US.

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