The Internet supports women in exposing the fake sister of the husband

Thousands of online commentators were left in doubt after a woman detailed examples of her sister-in-law blatantly imitating her every move.

in viral form reddit The post posted on r/AmITheA**hole, Redditor u/lemonsandwine (otherwise referred to as the original poster or OP) said the imitation behavior has been going on for years and explained how the latest attempt to stop it It ended in hysterics.

entitled “[Am I the a**hole] To tell SIL not to buy the same shampoo as me and cause a scene at dinner? ” Mail It has garnered nearly 9,000 votes and 1,700 comments in the last 10 hours.

Starting with a disclaimer that she had “strange feelings” from the moment they met, the original poster said her sister-in-law unabashedly bases every purchase on things she’s already seen.

“She asked me where I got a certain piece of clothing or jewelry from and then I bought the exact same pieces,” OB wrote. “If I dye my hair, she dyes her hair the same color. If I post on Instagram About a certain restaurant, you will go there the next day.”

“People have told me that they… they thought it was me because [dress] They are very similar and have the same hair.”

Recently, O.B. said the tensions came to a head when her sister-in-law inquired what shampoo she was using — and the original poster refused to tell her.

“The other day she asked me what shampoo to use and I refused to tell her because I knew she would just buy it,” OB wrote. “But she started crying and my husband just told me it wasn’t a big deal, so I told her after she assured me she wouldn’t buy it.”

“Yesterday we went to their place for dinner and I used the bathroom and decided to check my suspicions, so I looked in the sink and saw that she had bought the same shampoo!” OP continued. “She brought the bottle to the table and our husbands told her that…this must stop or I will cut her and her husband off.”

Or added. B. “My husband said I embarrassed him and started crying and we left.”

Surprisingly, the stories Obsessed Sisters Online rumor.

On family forums like Mamas Uncut, there are others like Quora, Reddit, and a 1994 article at Chicago Tribunemany women have lodged complaints about their sister-in-law and their brother-in-law and their burning need to imitate every inch of their lives.

From furniture and other interior design pieces, to social media posts and shampoo bottles, the annoying similarities suspicious and stirring up anxiety among women whose minds seem to loop in real time.

and while Psychology Today Reports suggest that imitation is natural among humans, and even has some social benefits, those who are copied sometimes feel that their individuality is endangered.

However, in more serious cases like those described by the original poster, discussions of individuality and exclusivity take a back seat to an overwhelming sense of stalking, stalking, and obsession in general.

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Members of the r/AmITheA** hole on Reddit were shocked after a woman described her sister-in-law’s obsession with her.
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During the comments section of the viral post, Redditors agreed loudly that the original poster’s sister-in-law crossed multiple lines and assured the OP that she was justified in calling out the behavior in front of her family.

“I think you need to talk to your husband that this isn’t just a cat copying issue, because it isn’t,” Redditor u/SlammyWhammies wrote in the top comment of the post, which got more than 10,000 votes.

“You’re setting boundaries, aka ‘stop copying everything you see on social media and in person about me’ which in this case promises not to do what you asked her not to, and then does it anyway,” he added. “This is very uncomfortable.”

Redditor u/Scotsgit73, whose comment got nearly 9,000 votes, echoed that sentiment.

“You start crying because you won’t tell her what kind of shampoo you use?” they wondered. “She’s someone you need to get away from, who seems to be obsessed with your life to an unhealthy degree.”

“I don’t see this transcription as benign,” added Redditor u/cris_marny who received more than 1,500 votes. “It’s a form of harassment. It means that you are being observed and studied all the time.”

NEWSWEEK u/lemonsandwine has been reached for comment.