A mother-in-law shared why her daughter-in-law is not invited to a dinner (Image: Getty Images)
A woman has been praised by social media users after she explained why she will not be inviting her daughter-in-law for dinner.
The woman shared her experience on social media forum Reddit and asked for suggestions from the readers.
The mother of two explained how her son is upset as his wife was not invited to the dinner.
She said: “So I had a dinner yesterday and I invited everyone but my sons wife (son wasn’t invited either but he was on a business trip).
“My other daughter-in-law posted it online and I got a call from her. She was p****d I didn’t invite her and asked why, I told her it’s due to her being an embarrassment at dinners and I won’t be inviting her to dinners. She called me a j*** and hung up. Now my son is on my a**.”
Her sons are asking her to apologise and now she is seeking suggestions online.
She wrote: “My sons on my a** so I am writing here for different opinions. My son has been married for two years at this point. We get along as well as water and oil. I just keep my distance because I don’t like dealing with her.
“She is a horrible picky eater, I don’t know why but truly I don’t care because she is a pain at restaurants.
“We try to go anywhere and we have to change places multiple times so she can have something to eat. She makes the waiters go through hoops so she will have something she likes and if anything is wrong she will bitch about it or pout in the corner.”
Giving more insight into her daughter-in-law’s habit, she shared one instance where her son’s wife complained about the food at a funeral.
She wrote: “Example: She got a quesadilla, removed everything on it, and when it came out she sent it back because there was sour cream on the side, it wasn’t touching anything and she mad a huge deal about her food being wrong. She doesn’t have allergies either.
“What really made me dislike her is that she complained about the food at a funeral, they had a sandwich spread but went on about it’s gross multiple times.”
Social media users quickly rushed to the comment section and praised the woman for not calling her daughter-in-law. The post has over 750 comments.
Become an Express Premium member Support fearless journalism Read The Daily Express online, advert free Get super-fast page loadingOne user said: “Please love of god or any high powers you believe in, please send link of this post to your son. Let him read what reddit strangers have to say about his wife. I’m so embarrassed on her behalf.”
Other said: “She OPENLY complained about the sandwich spread at a funeral? That’s all you have to point out to her, and to your son, and to anyone else who challenges you on this. She either behaves at mealtime like a decent human being or you, for one, will not be inviting her to dinner.”
A third user said: “You are probably not the first person who has stopped inviting her. She’ll never know how many fun gatherings she has missed out on. Or why she loses friends sometimes.”