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A man dumped his girlfriend but asks if he can still go on her sister's wedding trip in Hawaii.

A man dumped his girlfriend but asks if he can still go on her sister's wedding trip in Hawaii.

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Break-ups are never easy, and it's even harder when there are issues of money involved. When you dish out the money to plan a vacation with a partner you always run the risk that you'll break up before the trip, but that risk literally applies to any planning as a couple.

It obviously sucks to lose a large wad of cash on a trip that is canceled or dampened by the painful existence of a break up, but it's generally far more emotionally messy to force a trip with an ex right after cutting ties.

In a recent post on the Am I The *sshole subreddit, a guy asked if he's wrong for wanting to go to Hawaii with his ex-girlfriend right after dumping her.

"AITA for still wanting to go to Hawaii after breaking up with my girlfriend?"

In the post, OP shared that he covered $1,700 of a $2,500 vacation package for his ex-girlfriend's sister's wedding in Hawaii.

Of course, now that he's broken off the relationship of two and a half years, it makes the logistics of the trip deeply awkward.

"My girlfriend and I had been together for 2 and a half years. Before my decision to break up we had bought a vacation package together for her sisters wedding in Maui. She was short on splitting the cost so I covered $1,700 of the $2,500 total cost."

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