‘My boyfriend invited his mate to crash in our hotel room on our romantic break’

Most people try to avoid being the awkward third wheel, but turns out one lad may not have got the memo.

In fact, one holidaymaker has been left furious after their boyfriend invited a mate along on a romantic getaway to France.

However, that's not even the most awkward part; they also offered to let their pal crash in their hotel room to save money.

Unsurprisingly, this hasn't gone down to well, and the couple are now arguing over the move.

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The fuming traveller took to Reddit to share their woes in an 'Am I The A**hole' thread – and most people are taking their side in the argument.

The man's partner explained the point of the trip was to spend some quality time together.

They wrote: "I was excited about the trip and to spend some quality time with my boyfriend but then he drops this bombshell on me.

"He invited one of his friends because apparently he’s always wanted to see France, so my boyfriend thought he would be kind and asked his friend to come along."

When they confronted the boyfriend, he said his friend had paid for a flight, and that he had offered to let his pal sleep on their hotel room's sofa.

His livid partner added: "He did all of this without telling me a thing.

"I told my boyfriend that quite frankly, I don’t want his friend to come and it was supposed to be a romantic getaway, but he said that his friend won't bother us and he’ll do his own thing. I don’t know, I just don’t feel comfortable with it.

"We argued for a bit more with him saying that he paid for most of the trip so he feel’s entitled to be able to bring his friend along. In the end I just got so fed up. I may be a bit dramatic but I felt betrayed so I told him I wouldn’t be coming if his friend was.

"He said I was being ridiculous and I should go since its been paid for anyway and I was being overly dramatic but this is how I feel, he said I was being manipulative and cruel for making him choose between me and his friend."

However, most people are in agreement that they are right to be fuming.

"He can enjoy a romantic getaway with his friend— it sounds like that’s what he wants anyways," one person replied. "He doesn’t respect you. Keep that in mind going forward."

Another person added: "It’s a deeply weird thing for him to do, and then act like you are the one with a problem."

One person also flagged that the trip would be anything but a romantic getaway. They wrote: "He unilaterally changed the trip. You are entitled to decide you no longer wish to go. And I really hope he isn’t expecting you to be comfortable sharing a bed with him with someone else five feet away."

Some could sympathise with wanting to invite the friend as a kind gesture, but did not support the hotel room offer.

One person mused: "Bringing the friend is one thing. Still side eying the bf but still. Saying they’re going to stay in your room.. is a whole other beast. Whatever romantic night time activities you had planned it’s out the window."

Do you think they're right to be upset with their boyfriend? Let us know in the comments below.


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