Katherine Ryan Answers The Question "Am I The As*hole?"

12 sep 2020
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r/amitheasshole is an endlessly entertaining subreddit. People pose the question to the room, explaining the anecdote and letting people vote on whether they are, in fact, the asshole. We got Katherine Ryan to read out some of our favourite recent entries and decide for herself whether the person posting was indeed an asshole.
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Katherine Ryan Answers The Question "Am I The As*hole?"
Katherine's a single mom juggling her career, her tween daughter, her relationship with her boyfriend - and pondering getting pregnant with her ex.

  • I laughed so hard! Such assholes!

    Цветелина ЦаневаЦветелина ЦаневаDegi Síðan síðan
  • Loved this!!

    INK BerlinerINK Berliner8 dögum síðan
  • My grandma has told my mom and I that she would gladly go back in time and stop herself from having children. She also says that my uncle is the only light in her life and hates his wife. Make of that what you will...

    JacJac10 dögum síðan
  • 10:12 The fundamental difference between mothers and fathers m.ispast.info/losk/v-deo/mn9vmKOb0W7JpKw.html Now this is supposed to be a joke, but mind you, even in that joke he does say "Dads would try to save their kids too".

    hanaoka natsukohanaoka natsuko15 dögum síðan
  • That first one was not real .... Its ok to be an asshole but don't be gullible enough to believe a post made by a women about a fictitious man and situation ../ how do i know that was not real .. A dude that shallow .. wouldn't be o reddit questioning whether he was shallow or not .. grow up people

    Cameron VesseyCameron Vessey15 dögum síðan
  • Not sure who I dislike more, the woman who enjoys dispensing vile judgement on people with little information. Or, I may actually hate those who require consensus of the population at large for every decision in their lives. Its all so pathetic.

    Rosie SheltonRosie Shelton16 dögum síðan
  • This reminded me of a conversation I had with my parents after we were in a boating accident and were stuck in the middle of a lake with no boat or floatation devices and my dad had to choose between helping me or my mom. After the incident, he asked my mom what she would have done if he'd chosen to help her instead and she said, "I would have drowned you myself...and then probably drowned from the effort of doing that."

    Y2KsnowglobeY2Ksnowglobe18 dögum síðan
  • I SO want this to be a reoccurring series!!!

    Jerda SmeltzerJerda Smeltzer19 dögum síðan
  • ... people are people and want to feel loved a special. If not from your wife that who? Should he get his fix outside of marriage? And if someone hired you to do a new and one of a kind comedy set for an engagement. And when you showed up there a bunch of cats. You would be good with that? I think not. I’m sure there’s cat comedians out there… Not sure if you consider yourself one.

    El Jefe SinnamanEl Jefe Sinnaman20 dögum síðan
  • I literally could watch a television series of her doing this sh*t ♥️💜♥️

    Chris MatthewsChris Matthews20 dögum síðan
  • That poor girl! My lady started at 10. It would be great to be able to celebrate her introduction to womanhood, but at 9, she might not be ready to appreciate it. I'm hoping the parents have some good books for her (the new Our Bodies, Ourselves, and when in a few years, The Clitoral Truth, so that she can learn about her anatomy and how to find pleasure), but the fact that she's comfortable talking to her mum should help a lot.

    Jeff MillerJeff Miller22 dögum síðan
  • Ok im not even a dad yet and I know these men are just WRONG!!!!!!! omg that 9yo gets to throw a GD temper tantrum rite now her "childhood" was juts literally ended and reface with a natural reoccurring light prison sentence! also DUDE any parent loves their own children more than their spouse!!!! come on that's biology 101!!! both my mother and father would gladly put themselves or each other before any of the 3 of us. the love and bond it entirely different. you're in love with you spouse the love for your child is immeasurable. i've seen a mother lift a car off of her child. this man who walked out A. has absolutely no sense of humor and B. is far too self involved to actually be a parent(good life partner choice there lady lol) and the cake lady was just a SNOB! seriously this customer paid full price and unless this cake lady also eats a portion of every cake she ever makes I don't understand y it was such an insult, its a paying job... and arguably a good sub-market to get into

    ElphaboyElphaboy23 dögum síðan
  • I don't agree with Katherine on the man leaving the room. Parents shouldn't love their children more than their partners. Doing otherwise is somewhat pedo. Loving is as much about yourself as it is about the other. Love is an emotion existing in our hearts, it feels good to us and that is why it is important to us. We love, what belongs to us, but children need to become independent and shouldn't be burdened with their parents needs. Our children will leave us and be free from us. If you think, "ooh I can replace my significant other but i can't replace my children" your love is about yourself only and this is something you shouldn't do to children. It gets worse, the mother didn't show love to her child, but pitted her against her father. This was a power move against the father and the child was only used to show him his place. This is child abuse! Most people would be outraged if a parent says to their child, hey, we take this random stranger and sacrifice it for you. We would see this as deeply unethical. Nothing changes if you replace the random stranger with the other parent. If any, it gets worse! The mother could have easily chosen, to have mommy and daddy teaching the daughter how to win, and the family is stronger together afterwards, the daughter is empowered and strengthened. But she chose to have the daughter only to survive with sacrificing Daddy and Mommy as well. Keep her small and defenseless, destroy the family and kill one or two of the people the daughter loves the most on this world. This is child abuse! The father will be lucky to get rid of this power hungry, psychopathic woman. He acted proper Let's hope for the daughter she doesn't become the main love object of this monster....

    Georg AntonischkiGeorg Antonischki23 dögum síðan
    • @Georg Antonischki yes it's the everything

      DasNutellamaedchenDasNutellamaedchen10 dögum síðan
    • @DasNutellamaedchen can you be a bit more specific with your critique?

      Georg AntonischkiGeorg Antonischki10 dögum síðan
    • I try not to swear on youtube but what the actual fuck dude

      DasNutellamaedchenDasNutellamaedchen14 dögum síðan
  • If at first you don't succeed sigh, sigh and sigh again.

    High ExpectationsHigh Expectations24 dögum síðan
  • Meh

    Seymour SkinnerSeymour Skinner24 dögum síðan
  • What a pissant of a grown ass man. Yes... Your wife loves her child more than you!

    movingdragonsmovingdragons25 dögum síðan
  • Perfection!

    laurrie woodlaurrie wood26 dögum síðan
  • The cake lady is The Asshole in that situation, but she musta been so confused when she read the request for chicken stock instead of vanilla

    Alex EmyAlex Emy27 dögum síðan
  • Would love to share with my 8th graders but need to keep my job. This would help girls avoid some Assholes.

    Sean TracySean Tracy27 dögum síðan
  • I would be horrified if I found out my parents loved eachother more than me or my siblings and even more so if my future spouse loves me over my kid. You are a parent and you should love your kid and be willing to do everything to make sure they're happy and healthy. You shouldn't have favourites

    klb 505klb 50528 dögum síðan
  • Can we get more of these?! But only if the selections are curated so that only men can be denigrated and women uplifted/defended?! Right, girls? Whoever chose the selections is the asshole. Btw, Katherine called all of the selections correctly imo, but what a imbalanced slant against men.

    m3rmalsm3rmals28 dögum síðan
  • I was in the same situation with my daughter but is a very composed young lady. My children are my life and they handle life well.

    Robert J Kukla JrRobert J Kukla Jr28 dögum síðan
  • Honestly I just feel bad for the father. It seems to me that he has just not felt loved by his wife in a long time, and probably is part of a one sided relationship. I don't think he's an asshole. I think he and his wife have a bad relationship.

    kyou42kyou4228 dögum síðan
  • You're a single mom, what do you know about a healthy relationship with.. Anyone.

    fanOmryfanOmry29 dögum síðan
  • What the hell is wrong with those guys thinking their children are less important than them, I would not think twice about sacrificing me or My wife for my children in a survival situation but, I would definitely sacrifice myself for my wife too. When you have a child they should always be the priority.

    RagnarLonewolfRagnarLonewolfMánuði síðan
  • News flash! Of course mothers love their children more...I would be questioning why you wouldn't want to be sacrificed for your own child?!

    Nicky SandersNicky SandersMánuði síðan
  • It's not that uncommon for girls as young as 9 to start having their periods. Even in the past. Yes the average age is older but it's just not that uncommon. It's just that we mythologised periods like "oh now you are a woman" so we get super freaked out when an obvious child passes that threshold.

    TheEmmaHouliTheEmmaHouliMánuði síðan
    • I think it's also to do with the fact that were much better fed now than we were in any point in history; being a healthy weight and not, yknow, saving all your energy on not starving, means shit like periods come sooner. Historically, there are many examples of noble women/girls (who were well fed) marrying and having children as young as 12, while working women/girls would have married and started having kids a little bit later (tho still v young by today's standards)

      Arianna RabinArianna Rabin14 dögum síðan
  • What a complete and total knob!! OF COURSE YOU ARE THE ASSHOLE! If you need to "go cool down" after the mere MENTION of your CHILD being protected before YOU, a fully grown man, then YES 100% ASSHOLE.

    Autumn BraleyAutumn BraleyMánuði síðan
  • First dude is a pos

    Anthony MarquezAnthony MarquezMánuði síðan
  • Woah wtf is up with these man babies

    HektikHektikMánuði síðan
  • I started my period at 8. Thought I was dying. Hid the underwear and everything so my grandparents wouldn't have to deal with knowing I was gonna die. I definitely feel this little girls reaction when I found out what was going on.

    Paige AndrewsPaige AndrewsMánuði síðan
  • Netflix, Katherine, I could make it through Lockdown part two if I had more of these to watch throughout! This is comedy gold!

    Y2uM1U0bLdITY2uM1U0bLdITMánuði síðan
  • "Bad sound makes good video look bad."

    Bruce John ShourtBruce John ShourtMánuði síðan
  • 100% agree on all.

    NavyScrubzNavyScrubzMánuði síðan
  • I love how in the first question the woman getting pregnant is completely the mans fault. Last time I checked there are 2 people involved in making a baby

    DexterLlewDexterLlewMánuði síðan
    • Seems like the issue there was the the woman was trying to make decisions that would be best for the child while the man was trying to make decisions that would be best for him.

      Alonso QuijanoAlonso Quijano29 dögum síðan
  • This is ridiculous. Cherry pick the stories for views

    TirkeyDirkeyTirkeyDirkeyMánuði síðan
  • am just simply ur biggest fan...katherine

    Eliaz MarlinEliaz MarlinMánuði síðan
  • They selected pretty clean cut, non controversial stories, where it was clear who TA was. Low hanging fruit...

    Zani ZoneZani ZoneMánuði síðan
  • "throw me to the wolves" "not the wolves...zombies..."

    sreichelt26sreichelt26Mánuði síðan
    • Actually it is aliens

      Rajendra RusmanaRajendra RusmanaMánuði síðan
  • Maybe next time actually use proper AITA questions. None of these questions have any doubt what so ever. They are so clear cut it doesn't show us anything about Kathryn's opinions or morals.

    ReDFootYReDFootYMánuði síðan
  • Urm wtf... the very first one was wayyyy off. How is being sensible about the speed at which you move in with someone to protect the growth of your relationship being an asshole? If letting things develop at the right pace and moving in together at the right time means that the couple stay together, isn't that better for the kid in the long run? Trust me, having a new girlfriend move in with you too soon is just asking for a breakup. Add the pressure of pregnancy and raising a kid, and that relationship doesn't stand a chance. A relationship needs a firm foundation that they don't have.

    Chris LambChris LambMánuði síðan
    • Oh, and don't put the blame of unprotected sex on the bloke. They both share equal responsibility for that.

      Chris LambChris LambMánuði síðan
  • i totatly agreed with her until the point she said `every women in the world loves their children more then their husbands` and started to push false feminist sjw agenda(if its a joke its worse)

    Kerem OzurunKerem OzurunMánuði síðan
  • I love my kids more then I love my wife and I no she feels the same what a tool that man is 🤦🏻‍♂️

    Russell ParkerRussell ParkerMánuði síðan
  • KR has grown on me so much over the years. LU !

    Philip RipperPhilip RipperMánuði síðan
  • Dude. Of course your wife is going to sacrifice you or herself for her kid. Because your kid is ELEVEN. You're a grown-ass man who can take care of himself and who signed up to take care of a kid. So yeah. You're taking the heat while the kid gets protected. Because adulthood.

    Maddy A. (she/her)Maddy A. (she/her)Mánuði síðan
  • this women is one hot sexy funny genius

    FrazeFrazeMánuði síðan
  • I love love loved your show...was laughing all out throughout!!!not at you or being surprised at what you did ...it was funny to me to see how i look like to people when i am exactly like you....thank you for making it obvious..duh!that i am normal and that nothings wrong with me..... thank youuuuu🙏🏻💋

    Amy SAmy SMánuði síðan
  • Every parent should love their children more than their spouse. It is natural.

    Kael ShadeKael ShadeMánuði síðan
  • 7:26, not a fact, but it should be. Also there is a lot of things wrong whit that guy.

    Jéssica SoaresJéssica SoaresMánuði síðan
  • kathryn is right, girls menstruating very early is down to hormones in meat, non organic produce is a factor too.

    everything is shiteverything is shitMánuði síðan
  • Such good time to be alive to watch this

    Aline MachadoAline MachadoMánuði síðan
  • *1st situation*: We have no clue how she got pregnant. Was he an asshole and didn't use a condom despite saying he would? Did a condom fail? Did she stop taking her birth control? Did they plan it? To me, that makes a huge difference. If they have been together for 8 months only, it can put an unneccessary strain on the relationsship having to move in together. It's a huge step, and perhaps he's not ready for it. I don't think he's an asshole for that. Oh, and flip the wording a bit, pretend he said "I'm afraid moving in together after only 8 months of dating will cause unneccessary strain on the relationsship, ultimately hurting our child due to fighting, moving out, etc.". Guy is not the asshole - without further evidence of opposite. *2nd situation*: I honestly don't care too much about swearing, so getting riled up about it is kinda difficult for me. That being said, the guy is definitely the asshole, for the reasons KR listed. Despite that, I don't agree with the mom saying "this is final" or KR saying he doesn't have a say. Fuck that shit. He has as much of a say as she does. If the relationsship isn't 5050 when it comes to "female stuff", do not expect it when it comes to "boy stuff" (extreme sport, womanizing, etc.). There is no world in which we want that. Males and females are good together because they often have different ways of viewing things. They compliment each other. Man is the asshole, woman should reconsider her communication. *3rd situation*: Guys gotta stop being a pussy and start acting like an adult. *4th situation*: Had she known about it prior to ordering, it'd been fine to say "sorry, I only do sugary cakes". She has a right to run her business however she sees fit, and also has a right to have professional pride - whether you agree with that or not. Considering the mix up, she should have probably just made the cake. I do find it weird, that you'd request chicken stock in the sponges shortly before the actual day you'd need the cake. I'm a bit dubious as to whether this story is told truthfully or not. Either way, if story holds up, cake woman is an asshole. If not.. mileage may vary.

    Ronnie SodhiRonnie SodhiMánuði síðan
  • OMG Could I love Katherine Ryan anymore!!??

    Leah MouldenLeah MouldenMánuði síðan
  • If only Katherine would tell us how she really feels. 🤣 ... "It's bad for my misandery." 🤣🤣🤣

    WhatAWorldWhatAWorldMánuði síðan
  • She lives in Tottenham near me. The bathroom guy at Wickes DIY told me very proudly that shes been in there a few times😁

    Sarah HollandSarah HollandMánuði síðan
  • I like her more without the weird music, the podcast is better

    Oliver CélesteOliver CélesteMánuði síðan
  • The girlfriend is better off not moving in with the guy. I hope she will see that sooner better than latter.

    Gabriela GalescuGabriela GalescuMánuði síðan
  • Make this a week videos!!!

    Amanda EAmanda EMánuði síðan
  • 7:12 - My ex-boyfriend used to be insanely jealous of my son and would always get grumpy if I played with my son and didn't include him or if I had spent too much time talking to my son without including him.

    Trenton QuarantinoTrenton QuarantinoMánuði síðan
  • The Duchess is brilliant, Katherine is a genius

    Debbie PurkissDebbie PurkissMánuði síðan
  • Can you review everything? Omg

    Simone KristinaSimone KristinaMánuði síðan
  • Wtf is that makeup, girl?! You're the most gorgeous drag woman I know so I'll forget about that faux pas.

    Sebastien SebSebastien SebMánuði síðan
  • Beautiful, funny, and smart. Now add wise. If she learns to sing and dance, the UK is in deep trouble.

    Cris JCris JMánuði síðan
    • She sang and danced on an episode of Taskmaster and tied for first on the task.

      Alonso QuijanoAlonso Quijano29 dögum síðan
  • I hate to say this, but it is far easier to get a new child than a new husband. It may be faster to get a new husband (from start to finish), but getting a new child is far easier.

    Martin SchouMartin SchouMánuði síðan
    • @eishakachol Which part of what I said is wrong?

      Martin SchouMartin SchouMánuði síðan
    • If you're going to make that comment, at least use an account with a female name so it doesn't sound as man baby as the asshole in the story

      eishakacholeishakacholMánuði síðan
  • Can I hire Katherine to do stand up for my Pug's 12 Birthday?

    Parax77Parax77Mánuði síðan
  • On the first email: I think it depends on whether contraception was used. If it wasn't then He must take responsibility, regardless of Her decision to keep the baby. If he went into the sexual liaison with the understanding that pregnancy was being avoided and contraception was being used, of whatever kind, and on finding She was pregnant, She decides to not have an abortion. She, at that point, is taking the responsibility from him... He has been given no consideration in something that he believed was being avoided and that will determine the rest of his life! He should have the opportunity to say "I want an abortion. If you chose not to have one, that is YOUR choice and your responsibility " and be able to walk away. Holding a guy hostage like that is unfair on him. They BOTH went into the sexual encounter knowing what they were doing. Yes, She as the women has to deal with the repercussions and you can see that as unfair. However, equally, its not his fault she is a Women... blame god for that one! Alternatively, Everyone must discuss the possibility of Pregnancy before having sex OR abstain until marriage / whatever!

    Rose WallaceRose WallaceMánuði síðan
  • What’s really interesting to me about all of this is that Katheryn Ryan and a lot of people in the comments seem to feel justified attacking a person’s feelings - usually a man’s - because they don’t seem to understand those feelings. On the one hand, Katheryn Ryan will say that a man and a father can’t understand a 9-year-old girl’s feelings on getting her period, but on the other she will say that a man and a father should not feel bad that his wife would literally see him dead - without qualification - if their child were in danger, because that’s just the way it is. So, apparently a man can’t understand a female’s perspective and he doesn’t have the right to his own. To be clear, I don’t think that men are better or more reasonable than women. But, I do think that if you think someone is an asshole because they don’t feel about something the way you expect them too, then you are the asshole. Katheryn Ryan, that’s you in this case. This topic, the way it is worked, the lack of tolerance that you have, and your obvious toxicity make you an asshole. Please just stop before you do any more damage.

    Zorb GlorbieZorb GlorbieMánuði síðan
    • If you think a 9 year old girl dealing with her real life deserves exactly the same empathy as a man having a strop over a hypothetical apocalypse, I think you should reconsider.

      lady_with_catslady_with_catsMánuði síðan
  • Regading the first story: They are both assholes for her not taking birth control and him not using protection! I've been with my girlfriend, now wife for 8 years and we still have no kids. This couple must be in the USA because no one can honestly say in 2020 that a pregnancy is a surprise. I also have 2 kids by my ex, we do not live together and never have, but im always there for my kids (shared parenting). We are not all in an old-school religiously based society where the women are helpless and basically slaves to the men. With that said one should always take responsibility for one's actions.

  • I hate how negatively she talks about periods. Periods are our power and the pain that some people experience is a sign post that something in the body needs attention, not something to be suppressed. Pain is a signpost and always has been. The girl, as young as she is, should be welcomed with open arms into the sisterhood and should be taught how to use her period symptoms to get to know her body even better.

    Diane Aisha MondayDiane Aisha MondayMánuði síðan
  • Sorry but you look young. I’m older than you and when I was a kid, there were a lot of girls who got their periods at 9 years old

    Diane BergDiane BergMánuði síðan
    • Emily Davie someone who knows so little is in no position to be giving advice www.unitypoint.org/livewell/article.aspx?id=4ad8055c-e6c4-4e81-a432-2eecba788430

      Diane BergDiane BergMánuði síðan
    • It's actually not all that common and can be a cause for concern as it can indicate further health issues. Idk why you're in such a tizz.

      Emily DavieEmily DavieMánuði síðan
    • Emily Davie then she should know that it’s fairly common for 9 year old girls to get periods. Is she that ignorant?

      Diane BergDiane BergMánuði síðan
    • She's in her 30s and has a daughter of her own near 9.

      Emily DavieEmily DavieMánuði síðan
  • 1 word Eyeshadow ? Katherine nooooo

    Tracy WibberleyTracy WibberleyMánuði síðan
  • I would watch an entire TV show of this.

    Sarah CormieaSarah CormieaMánuði síðan
  • I feel like the guy who "cooled off" could have got an "insecure but not am asshole" but then the rest of his post happened.

    Geoffrey KahlerGeoffrey KahlerMánuði síðan
  • For info: Mensuration and MENSTRUATION are two totally different things. The former relates to measurement/spatial perception and the latter to feminine fecundity.

    Telly K NessisTelly K NessisMánuði síðan
  • If my husband had to choose between saving me or my kids and he chose me...I would fucking kill him.

    Pepita UnderthesunPepita UnderthesunMánuði síðan
  • If he suddenly started bleeding through his penis and his family told him 'ah, yeah, that's gonna happen for 40 years' he would FUCKING swear. Why does he need to make it about him?! Wtf. One swear word after a shocking, horrible, unfair reality. He needs to get a grip.

    Pepita UnderthesunPepita UnderthesunMánuði síðan
  • Alien guy your a pussy I’d use you as a shield too

    Ashley TomajanAshley TomajanMánuði síðan
  • I totally agree!

    Janet HarradineJanet HarradineMánuði síðan
  • Whoever did her makeup did her dirty.

    Haley AshwoodHaley AshwoodMánuði síðan
  • Just love this woman, she tells it straight and no sugar coating

    Dawn JochumDawn JochumMánuði síðan
  • fr, every mother loves their children more than a man, unless they're a shit mum and actually don't

    AlexandriaAlexandriaMánuði síðan
  • I could watch this for hoursssss 👌

    flow7erflow7erMánuði síðan
  • if i was 9 and got my period id be swearing too, the fuck?

    AlexandriaAlexandriaMánuði síðan
  • I used to like Katherine Ryan until I learned she wears fur and supports fur farms.

    Nicola F.H.Nicola F.H.Mánuði síðan
  • I loved ‘The Duchess’ Very funny show👍

    kelvynificationkelvynificationMánuði síðan
  • Wait....she thinks there is human growth hormone in meat? *HUMAN* growth hormone. Lmao. You know meat doesn't come from humans, right? 😂

    MeMeMánuði síðan
    • @Rachel Forshee I know what she meant but it's a just an example of people having "beliefs" when they don't even know what the fuck they are talking about. She doesn't even know what it is or how it's used but is convinced it's affecting children 🙄

      MeMeMánuði síðan
    • I think she meant recombinant bovine growth hormone (used in dairy cows) : www.verywellfamily.com/growth-hormones-in-milk-2633556

      Rachel ForsheeRachel ForsheeMánuði síðan
  • It wasn’t until I saw Katherine Ryan talking about cakes that I FINALLY figured out who she reminds me of... Amy of Amy’s Baking Company infamy. (If you’re reading this Katherine, I am so sorry. I love your stand up and watch clips about your balloon stalker when I need a laugh, but the resemblance is uncanny!)

    Amber MathiasAmber MathiasMánuði síðan
  • So this always bewilders me. The guy is the asshole is the woman decides to keep the baby and he’s not interested. But somehow the woman is never the asshole when she decides she doesn’t want to keep the baby and the man shouldn’t whine about it. No man can live up to these kinds of double standards.

    aaayyyaaayyyMánuði síðan
    • Me or you could have just said that you’re selfish & unthoughtful. I think that would have been a better introduction.

      aaayyyaaayyyMánuði síðan
    • @aaayyy so you are an idiot. you could have just said that

      MeMeMánuði síðan
    • Me. Nope. But you can’t have your cake and eat it too. You’re not going to have a man who cares about his children ... suddenly not care because a woman doesn’t want him to. That’s NOT how love works. So you don’t get to call a man a dick or asshole because you single handedly want him to care and he doesn’t ... IF you feel like he shouldn’t care just because you should as the mother ... without being an asshole; he also gets to not care without being an asshole. PERIOD!

      aaayyyaaayyyMánuði síðan
    • There is nothing "bewildering" about it. a woman literally has to carry the child for 9 months give birth to the child and then feed the child from her own body. Not to mention all the medical complications that can happen during a pregnancy. the man doesn't have to do shit or deal.with anythjng. Of course she gets more say in it. Do you think a man should be able to *force* a woman to carry a baby and give birth if she doesn't want too? Are you an idiot? God, the internet never ceases to amaze me with how totally out of touch with reality people are. lol.

      MeMeMánuði síðan
  • I don't know who she is but I love her

    mariemarieMánuði síðan
  • Apocalypse man isn’t an arsehole for going to cool off, he should have gone and reflect on the fact he is an arsehole for getting jealous of the love his wife had for their child. What man would want their child to be loved less than them he needs help

    timpeerlesstimpeerlessMánuði síðan
  • I loved her from the reading of the first post.

    Brandon Kizart-HaynesBrandon Kizart-HaynesMánuði síðan
  • "How to sound like an asshole when calling people assholes"

    Eric BowieEric BowieMánuði síðan
  • I think the cake lady is probs only telling half the story. Also Changing ingredients especially to unusually ones like chicken stock means more cost to make and measurements would be different . You can normally use 2tsp of vanilla but only using 2tsp of stock wouldn’t be noticeable so u would have to increase that which would make batter to runny. Also if she had a design already planned out using fondant or something that would need to be changed. A lot of work goes into professional cake and u have to remember it’s only a side business.

    Zoe AshbyZoe AshbyMánuði síðan
    • I guess maybe don't run a custom cake business if you get upset when someone tries to customize it.

      Alonso QuijanoAlonso Quijano29 dögum síðan
  • #1 How did he even ask? #2 Let that one go...the only real problem with curse words are that people waste them on non-important stuff. A 1st period is curse worthy. #3 What? When did they start raising hardcore man-babies? #4 The Baker is the Ass....this could be a side-hustle to the side-hustle. Design a series of pet cakes and make some money. I hope you make this a series of videos.

    Jonathan RossJonathan RossMánuði síðan
    • A first period is a fact of life for half the population on the planet, hardly a big deal.. I had mine troubling me right up until I had a hysterectomy because of them and despite that I don’t think they’re something that is worth making a fuss over..

      DesertDaisy MarieDesertDaisy MarieMánuði síðan
  • that dad is the reason people think men can't love their children as much as women love their children. OF COURSE YOU WOULD PICK THE CHILD OVER THE HUSBAND! I would personally even pick my parents and my brother over my husband. but i wouldn't pick myself over my husband...

    Chloe SmithChloe SmithMánuði síðan
    • ​@CrashSable she didn't pick herself over her husband. she said they would use each other as shields to protect their daughter. she didnt say she would use him as a shield to protect herself. also he was shocked when his wife said she loved the daughter more than him. if it came down to it any mother would sacrifice anyone for their child.

      Chloe SmithChloe SmithMánuði síðan
    • That's the point, though. She did pick herself over her husband. She was looking for any excuse to off him. She should have said she'd sacrifice herself and trust her husband to take care of the children.

      CrashSableCrashSableMánuði síðan
  • I love Katherine! I'm so glad she's got a show coming out

    Duane TubeDuane TubeMánuði síðan
  • I agree with all of her judgements. I love this, we need another with some less obvious cases.

    Sharon CohenSharon CohenMánuði síðan
  • Is this satire or what? I don’t get it. Or is she just dumb?

    Alter EgoAlter EgoMánuði síðan
  • The 97 dislikes are from men who hate their kids

    Mobey Us TripMobey Us TripMánuði síðan
    • Mobey Us Trip nothing wrong with that, I hate their kids too!

      Shane RobinsonShane Robinson28 dögum síðan
    • or people who hate hot pink eyeshadow...

      Cris JCris JMánuði síðan
  • Even if the wife didn't love her child more than she loved you, what kind of parent WOULDN'T say "Your dad and I will protect you" to their child?? Children need to feel supported. Could you imagine if the mum had said something else?

    Mobey Us TripMobey Us TripMánuði síðan
    • @allisaurus the dumbass you meant is me, isn't it. I didn't suggest to use a gun, but in a game of pretend to use a pretend gun. There is quite a bit of difference. And yes, children should be as independent as possible, especially in fantasy. I invented a story for my little daughter, where she conquered the dragon! She loved that tale. On a second thought, I agree, even pretend guns are possibly the wrong lesson. With Zombies it might be the only way to have her survive though. The proper answer should have shifted her away from the violence. Or as my little daughter knight did, use intelligence and friendship to tame (not kill) the dragon...

      Georg AntonischkiGeorg Antonischki10 dögum síðan
    • @Kilian Rayleigh Just like the mother made the leap like there were no better options (stupidly thus showing she doesn't love her husband as much as he loves her)

      Jill_Of_Trades :Jill_Of_Trades :16 dögum síðan
    • "No child - it will be your job to think properly so use as a shield" - no provocation for divorce (I believe in putting the SO above the child generally especially in such a scenario )

      Jill_Of_Trades :Jill_Of_Trades :16 dögum síðan
    • according to some dumbass on another thread, they should shove a gun in the kid's hand and tell her they'll kill zombies together and the kid will fight the best because anything else just "keeps your child little and dependent". because you know, 11 year olds should be independent!

      allisaurusallisaurus20 dögum síðan
    • @CrashSable No, she said she AND the father would sacrifice themselves to protect the child.

      Shar Van EgmondShar Van Egmond21 degi síðan síðan