Bride-to-be says cousin 'ruined her relationship' after she gifted her fiancé a discount to her OnlyFans

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A bride-to-be has taken to social media to ask for advice after revealing that her cousin handed her fiancé an OnlyFans discount as a Christmas gift.

Now, there is no denying the surge in popularity when it comes to subscription sites such as OnlyFans - and it can certainly provide a very lucrative income for many content creators. But handing out discounts to relatives as a gift may be a step too far.

But that's just what happened to one woman, who took to Reddit's 'TrueOffMyChest' forum to reveal how her cousin not only "ruined" her Christmas, but also her relationship.

In her post, the unnamed bride-to-be reveals that she was spending the holidays with her big family - which included many of her cousins (all aged in their 20s and 30s).

"Last night we had our big Christmas party," she recalls. "It was fun to see everyone until it was time to exchange presents. My cousin Anna (not her real name) hands out pink envelopes to all the 20s and 30s men who have married/dated into the family."

...If you've read the title, you can already see where this is going.

The Redditor continues: "My fiancé received one and quickly put it in his pocket after opening it. I was distracted opening my gifts and didn’t ask to look at it."

However, around 20 minutes later, the bride-to-be is informed by another one of her relatives that 'Anna' was handing out cards with "instructions on how to get a discount subscription to her OF".

"I’m p***ed at this point because I suspect my fiancé’s card also has an OF discount," she writes, before adding: "So I ask to talk with him and he denies getting a card from Anna."

"I tell him, 'I saw her hand you one, and I watched you put it in your pocket.' I go to grab his pocket and he suddenly 'remembers' getting a card but claims he didn’t open it. I take it from him, and of course it’s already opened, and of course it’s about f***ing [OF]."

After confronting her fiancé, she then decided to confront 'Anna' about the unique gift - but says she found her arguing with another cousin after their partner had already tried looking at her page. (FYI, I can honestly say that I've never had a Christmas this chaotic.)

"Anna claims she’s just trying to get her business off the ground and no one appreciates all the hard work and skills it takes to be successful in a digital career," the Redditor writes. "She says her gift is not sexual, it’s just marketing."

After older members of the family started to take sides, the bride-to-be says that she was eventually asked to apologize for causing a scene.

"At this point, I leave with my brother and his husband, because I don’t want to spend the night with my fiancé at home," she writes. "And I don’t feel like going with [my] parents when my mom is pressuring me to apologize. Oh, and surprise surprise, Anna didn’t give my brother’s husband a card, so make of that what you will about the intent behind her gift."

The Redditor ends the post by explaining that she was "p***ed at her cousin for ruining both Christmas and her relationship", and said that she was "seriously considering calling off the engagement over this".

And in a follow-up comment, she added: "I feel like my fiancé let me down big time. Why did he lie to me? My insecurities are telling me he was hiding the card so he could see Anna’s OF."

In the comments section, people were firmly on the bride-to-be's side, with one person replying: "Omg I would cut that cousin off completely. That’s so inappropriate and rude and just f***ing classless to do especially at Christmas. Spell it out plainly for the grandparents so they can understand, she chose to do this at a family function so make sure everyone understands."

Eventually, this story was circulated on Twitter - where others added their two cents.

"The cousin needs to go," one person tweeted. "If it was really about building her OF business then everyone, men and women, would have been given a card, because it’s not sexual, right??? Understandably upset at the fiancé for trying to hide it. Scandalous all around!!!"

And while some did have trust in the fiancé and that he was trying to do the right thing...

...others believed Anna simply outed a huge red flag in their relationship:

What do you think our Redditor should do? Let us know in the comments section.

Featured image credit: Wachiwit / Alamy

Bride-to-be says cousin 'ruined her relationship' after she gifted her fiancé a discount to her OnlyFans

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By stefan armitage

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A bride-to-be has taken to social media to ask for advice after revealing that her cousin handed her fiancé an OnlyFans discount as a Christmas gift.

Now, there is no denying the surge in popularity when it comes to subscription sites such as OnlyFans - and it can certainly provide a very lucrative income for many content creators. But handing out discounts to relatives as a gift may be a step too far.

But that's just what happened to one woman, who took to Reddit's 'TrueOffMyChest' forum to reveal how her cousin not only "ruined" her Christmas, but also her relationship.

In her post, the unnamed bride-to-be reveals that she was spending the holidays with her big family - which included many of her cousins (all aged in their 20s and 30s).

"Last night we had our big Christmas party," she recalls. "It was fun to see everyone until it was time to exchange presents. My cousin Anna (not her real name) hands out pink envelopes to all the 20s and 30s men who have married/dated into the family."

...If you've read the title, you can already see where this is going.

The Redditor continues: "My fiancé received one and quickly put it in his pocket after opening it. I was distracted opening my gifts and didn’t ask to look at it."

However, around 20 minutes later, the bride-to-be is informed by another one of her relatives that 'Anna' was handing out cards with "instructions on how to get a discount subscription to her OF".

"I’m p***ed at this point because I suspect my fiancé’s card also has an OF discount," she writes, before adding: "So I ask to talk with him and he denies getting a card from Anna."

"I tell him, 'I saw her hand you one, and I watched you put it in your pocket.' I go to grab his pocket and he suddenly 'remembers' getting a card but claims he didn’t open it. I take it from him, and of course it’s already opened, and of course it’s about f***ing [OF]."

After confronting her fiancé, she then decided to confront 'Anna' about the unique gift - but says she found her arguing with another cousin after their partner had already tried looking at her page. (FYI, I can honestly say that I've never had a Christmas this chaotic.)

"Anna claims she’s just trying to get her business off the ground and no one appreciates all the hard work and skills it takes to be successful in a digital career," the Redditor writes. "She says her gift is not sexual, it’s just marketing."

After older members of the family started to take sides, the bride-to-be says that she was eventually asked to apologize for causing a scene.

"At this point, I leave with my brother and his husband, because I don’t want to spend the night with my fiancé at home," she writes. "And I don’t feel like going with [my] parents when my mom is pressuring me to apologize. Oh, and surprise surprise, Anna didn’t give my brother’s husband a card, so make of that what you will about the intent behind her gift."

The Redditor ends the post by explaining that she was "p***ed at her cousin for ruining both Christmas and her relationship", and said that she was "seriously considering calling off the engagement over this".

And in a follow-up comment, she added: "I feel like my fiancé let me down big time. Why did he lie to me? My insecurities are telling me he was hiding the card so he could see Anna’s OF."

In the comments section, people were firmly on the bride-to-be's side, with one person replying: "Omg I would cut that cousin off completely. That’s so inappropriate and rude and just f***ing classless to do especially at Christmas. Spell it out plainly for the grandparents so they can understand, she chose to do this at a family function so make sure everyone understands."

Eventually, this story was circulated on Twitter - where others added their two cents.

"The cousin needs to go," one person tweeted. "If it was really about building her OF business then everyone, men and women, would have been given a card, because it’s not sexual, right??? Understandably upset at the fiancé for trying to hide it. Scandalous all around!!!"

And while some did have trust in the fiancé and that he was trying to do the right thing...

...others believed Anna simply outed a huge red flag in their relationship:

What do you think our Redditor should do? Let us know in the comments section.

Featured image credit: Wachiwit / Alamy