The story in detail
A bit of background
OP refused to open the door for their sister, which forced her to sleep in an old dog bed outside
Both of them have been at each other’s throats since the incident
Here’s how the Reddit community reacted to the story:
“She chose to sleep outside instead of trying to call a friend or remembering her keys.”
“NTA. You warned about the keys. Sleeping in the dog bed was her choice.“
“NTA…No, that wasn't fun for her. Maybe now she'll remember to take her keys.”
“I don't think it's reasonable to leave a drunk person on their own in that kind of situation, even in your injured state.”
“It’s obvious where your sister went wrong but I could never leave my sister locked out of the house when I was inside.”
“If you had woken her up to a few black toes, would you need to ask if you were the AH? No, it would be obvious.”
Redditors assured OP her misfortunes were her own doing. If she could dial them up, then she could certainly dial a friend for help.
OP reminded her about her keys severally, yet she chose to ignore. Since she’s old enough for late-night merrymaking, she's certainly old enough to own the consequences of her carelessness.
The consensus was clear: OP was innocent.
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