Marriage is a beautiful phase in one’s life. You always want the best for your better half. You will do anything to make your better half happy. Here in this story a husband and his wife had booked a journey to the United States, he discovered that he could upgrade their seats by spending miles that didn’t include his wife.
Do you agree with the husband’s actions after reading the story? So, my wife (f24) and I (m25) are flying from Japan to the United States for a month of vacation, and when we purchased the tickets, we believed we’d be seated next to one other, but I had the option to upgrade my seat to business class with points, which I took.
Well, my wife is not too happy about that because she wanted to sit together on the 12-hour flight, but it’s overnight so we’re gonna be sleeping the whole flight so I didn’t think it mattered. I told her that and she got upset because she thinks I chose business class over her and that’s rude apparently.
I said to her that she’s just jealous (in a teasing joking way) and she got upset and told me to ask the airline to see if I can switch my seat back to the economy. I said hell no because I’m not going to miss my opportunity to sit in business class (which looks amazing btw, look up “ANA the room”).
In my eyes, it’s just a 12-hour flight and it doesn’t matter if I sit next to my wife or not. If it’s really bad though I still have a week before my flight to maybe get it changed. Am I wrong?
Would you be mad in her position? Here are a few comments on the story where it was originally posted: