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Man asks if he was wrong to side with his mom after she pranked his wife with glitter.

Man asks if he was wrong to side with his mom after she pranked his wife with glitter.

Most people are familiar with the bad reputation in-laws seem to have built for themselves, but most of the time the war is through gossip and passive aggression and not sticky, food-based, immature pranks...

While some of us must dream of one day getting revenge on our in-laws for their snide comments and half-baked approval, it's rare that you actually get to execute your childish plans of filling their shampoo bottles with syrup or rimming their hats with glue. Pranks can be fun if all parties involved think the joke is hilarious, but when one person is repeatedly being tormented and not laughing, it enters bullying territory. Seeking revenge in petty ways instead of sitting down and discussing why there's so much resentment in the air can be dangerous to any family dynamic.

So, when a frustrated husband decided to consult the courtroom of moral philsophy otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole" about a prank war between his wife and his mom, people were eager to offer advice.

AITA (Am I the as*hole) for telling my wife “play stupid games win stupid prizes” after she complained about my mom?

My mom can be kind of horrible. My wife and I make the conscious decision not to go no contact. She has a difficult family to and NC isn’t worth it to us. She has always been b*tchy towards my wife and my stepbrothers wife when they were married, but she treats the only son in law like a god.

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