There's a subreddit, called 'Am I The A-Hole?' A catharsis for the frustrated moral philosopher in all of us, it's a place where people find out if they were wrong in an argument that's been bothering them or not. They describe the conflict they have experienced; give everyone both sides of the story, and redditors express their opinion in the comments, describing why they were or weren't the a-hole in the situation.
Twitter user Tim Byrne, however, decided to switch it up. They started a thread with a pretty spot-on AITA version of Casablanca, and this lead to others chiming in with some pretty creative and accurate analyses of other popular movies. Continue scrolling and check them out!
Created Jun 8, 2013, the subreddit already unites over 2.3 million members.
Posts often begin with the acronym 'AITA?' before people put forward their story and pitch their defense. Think of it as trial by Reddit and each post ends up with a final verdict: a-hole or not the a-hole.
Once you enter the page, it’s kind of hard to ever leave. There are just too many wild stories. Like in this thread. Some are extremely petty (Mrs. Doubtfire), others, however, are rather serious and alarming (Misery), but most of these situations -- at their core -- are about people wanting to do good. Or at least appear that way.