It can be frustrating when people you're paying don't do the job you asked them to do, but reminding yourself that most people are just trying to get through their shift before you go off in a dramatic Yelp monologue can award you some good karma.
So, when an incredibly angry and disappointed fish-owner decided to consult the online courtroom of moral philosophy otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole" about whether or not she was wrong to fire her housekeeper for cleaning the forbidden living room, people were quick to help deem a verdict.
I've had my cleaning service for roughly three years as my husband and I routinely work 12+ hours a day and are often sent away, as well. Since the beginning, I've had a strict rule of "Do NOT clean the living room. EVER." This is due to me keeping a VERY elaborate aquarium (1300 gallon reef) and cleaning products used near it can kill my fish. Because of this, I'm the only one who cleans the living room.