Woman Refuses to Bake Her Sister's Wedding Cake — Is She Going Too Far?
A woman recently thought of sharing on a forum about her problem with her sister, who was about to get married. Her post received many comments from other users.
Writing to Reddit, Rica (not her real name) shared that her sister Paula (not her real name) is getting married in nine months and wants her to bake her wedding cake for her.
"We have a horrible relationship," Rica admitted. "She bullied me, gas lit me, and helped pull my mother away until she died. I cut off contact years ago."
Rica said that she refused to have Paula in her life. Her father advised her to just make peace with her sister, but she insisted that would never happen.
Even when they had a relatively pleasant conversation at a family gathering, Rica said that Paula always brought the incident where she spoke badly about her to an employer, so she would never be able to work there.
According to Rica, Paula only brings up the cake when her other family is around. Paula has never contacted her outside of family gatherings, Rica said, adding that her sister only asked publicly.
They will all be outside, and according to Rica, Paula will address the group and said that she had not given her an answer yet on her cake. Apparently, Paula just wanted her to say no in front of them.
Her family told her that baking her sister's cake is not a big deal since she loves baking.
Paula also wanted everyone to feel sorry for her and make her look bad, Rica said, adding that she really does not want to bake her cake. Rica said she is not even going to Paula's wedding.
If she does, then she will be getting a toaster, she said. According to Rica, her family told her that baking her sister's cake is not a big deal since she loves baking.
"How I should make it to keep the peace?" Rica asked the users. "How she is not asking in a mean way?" Her post received many reactions, with one person advised her to do what would make her happy.
"If the family sides with her then I wouldn't want to have anything to do with them anyway," added another. "Why should you care about the opinions of obviously terrible people?"
Here's another drama shared on Reddit. A woman was married to her husband for a decade. She asked other users if her decision not to talk to her children into forgiving their father was wrong.
But there was a deep reason behind her decision. She said that her husband is a cheater, and despite all the promises, he still wants to marry another woman, leaving her and her children abandoned.