Have you ever gotten revenge on a ex-husband/boyfriend/wife/girlfriend? If so, how?

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14 Responses to “Have you ever gotten revenge on a ex-husband/boyfriend/wife/girlfriend? If so, how?”

  • KCATP says:

    I work in the medical field so I know what men have to go through when getting checked for STDs. I told my ex (after I found out he cheated) that he needed to get tested. He went through all these tests and called me and found out that I lied to him. He went through painful tests for nothing. I just laughed and hung up.

  • krissyxgoesxgrr says:

    I think the whole revenge thing is kind of stupid… Karma will do wonders itself.

    BUT, the closest thing to revenge that I’ve done is burn their items that were left with me. Well, burn, rip, pee on, break… You know, stuff like that. It was actually just to make myself feel better, not get revenge. It does wonders for a broken heart.

  • tastesofheaven says:

    By getting a even better bf. It’s the most healthy and sweetest revenge.

  • Krazy says:

    you looking for ideas aren’t you

    gl

  • askmeimightknow says:

    I fell in love with his fishing buddy, of course we were divorced at the time. But it can backfire on you. Men are sort of territorial. My ex’s thinking is if he can’t have me he’ll make it so that one will have me. He’s always getting messages to my bf that I call him all the time wanting him back. NOT!!!!!

  • ndnqt1966 says:

    No I have never gotten revenge on anyone. Trying to get revenge on someone is really immature and a total waste of time. The best revenge is to move on with your life and never ever let them see the pain they caused. Holding on to bitterness and resentment will only keep you stuck and will not allow you to move on and be happy.

  • miss_e_lizabeth says:

    YES I did get revenge. I did this by: continuing to live my life and moving on without him (so he’d know my world didn’t suddenly STOP just because he wasn’t in it).
    It was very effective. :-)

  • gatorade says:

    I don’t actually carry or hold any grudges from a relationship after it’s over but sometimes I like to have some fun.

    I once saw an ex with a guy i knew at a club, the three of us talked and they seemed to be getting along well, they even exchanged numbers, I told the guy to go for it but not to call her immediately..
    The next day, I called her pretending to be him and since I knew her pretty well, i engaged her in conversation and brought up some serious topics and then i brought up some topics I knew would make her uncomfortable… It went on like this for about two hours until i made some comments and jokes that made her realize it was me, she was so pissed she called my mom and told on me… She was really pissed for about a week, but now i always bring it up whenver i bump into her and she just laughs. The guy also found pretty funny as well…

    Another thing is that i give my ex’s numbers away to everyone so they get calls from guys asking them out and stuff like that…

  • endo_chic says:

    While I understand that you think revenge is really the route you want to go, stop and consider a few things first.

    1) Karma is a b*tch and what goes around comes around. Do you really want that pendulum to swing back your way??

    2) While it may make you feel better momentarily, is it really going to make you feel better and be able to move on and not look back?? (I doubt it)

    3) Revenge is for children and middle schoolers. Although we tend to want to "get back" at the person who has wronged us, that only brings us down to their level. Wouldn’t you rather take the high road and be the better person??

    Look, I know where you are coming from. I am NOT a very nice person once someone has crossed me and I spent the frist 25 some years of my life seeking revenge and getting back at people. I am now in my 30’s and I’ve realized that it’s just not worth wasting my time on these people. These people are trash (per se) and at the end of the night, I am who I am and they are still trash!! Getting back at people only feels good for a short time and then you’re back to being just as pissed off or as hurt as you were to begin with. The point is, seeking revenge will not make your anger/hurt go away. The best thing you can do, is move on and leave them where they are. There is a reason that some people are in our past and we learn something from each and every one of them. We learn how to better ourselves!! Take the high road and be the person that they only *wish* they could be. Walk around with your head held high and make them wonder what you are up to. The best revenge is for them to not know what is going on with you and to wonder what you are up to.

    Best of luck!

  • Girliegirl says:

    Yes. By being happier without him than I was with him and forgetting what he looks like.

  • thegnomeofwrath says:

    I get my revenge by taking the lessons I’ve learned from the relationship and using them to make myself a better person. Watching him suffer for a few days won’t make you happier in the long run–knowing you still took something away from the situation will.

  • cmagouirk says:

    Yes. By being happier and more successful without him. I also have better, healthier relationships than him. There is nothing better than that. Anything else is childish and temporary.

  • donna l says:

    yes!!! and it got me no where!!!! Revengeful thinking means u r hurting inside. talk to someone that is in anger management!!!! u will feel better!!!

  • mnwoman says:

    The best revenge is to move on and be happy. Show them you can live and prosper and they dont matter to you.

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