Woman refuses to give 7-year-old cousin her Squishmallows: ‘She scoffed and walked out’

A woman is feuding with her family over her Squishmallows collection.

She asked Reddit’s “Am I the A******? (AITA)” forum for advice. She has a huge collection of a line of stuffed animals called Squishmallows. Her cousin is “self-centered” and has a 7-year-old daughter. 

During the family’s Christmas party, the 7-year-old noticed the Squishmallows and asked to play with them. The little girl kept saying she wished she had Squishmallows. 

“She spent her whole time glaring at me and my Squishmallows as if she was mad or something,” the Reddit poster wrote. “When it was time to leave I saw my cousins kid crying and my cousin walked up to me.” 

Her cousin then demanded that she give the 7-year-old five of her Squishmallows. The Reddit poster explained that it was her collection and she wouldn’t just give the toys away.

“She SCOFFED and walked out with her kid,” the Reddit poster wrote. “Since then I’ve gotten many calls from family that I am the a******.”

Redditors felt the poster had every right to hold onto her belongings. 

“The kid’s a brat and so is her mom,” a person wrote

“She can just buy some for HER daughter. The entitlement is through the roof,” another commented

“Who just asks if they can have someone’s stuff?” someone asked

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