People dumbstruck after woman complains her friend took a photo of her out of his wallet to replace it with his GF

Alisha Starr
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Relationships can be complicated and riddled with issues. But the relationship with issues, in this case, is a friendship that's changed since one person got married.

The woman in this story is 22 and her 23-year-old male best friend and her have known one another since they were kids. As young children, they had a fake wedding and decided to recreate it when they were in high school. He carried this fake wedding photo in his wallet to remember the occasion.

Things between them changed once he started dating his girlfriend two years ago. Instead of having sleepovers and hanging out with each other constantly, they now only get together every few days for coffee (which commenters on the post pointed out is still pretty often to see a friend as an adult).

She feels neglected and things only got worse when they grabbed coffee together one day. He took out his wallet to grab his card and she noticed the photo of their fake wedding from high school was replaced with a picture of him and his girlfriend.

She asked him about it and he said "what about it?" He thought it was extremely weird that she had an issue with it. But she claimed he can't just "throw her away" and replace her with someone he knows significantly less.

He said when she's done being an immature brat he'll talk to her again.

She reached out to ask if she was in the wrong here.

Nearly 6,000 people replied to this post!

Commenters are saying she's acting delusional in this situation and needs to realize that she has a different place in his life now that he's in a serious romantic relationship with someone. Others also joke that she should get served fake divorce papers.

What do you think?

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