Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Bonnie, Nov 9, 2004.
What was the best revenge you ever served up on somone who screwed you over in the past???? :chains:
Hey, Lil, tell us the toothbrush story again!
Welllllllllllllllll.... I've told this story here before, but its been a while... sooo, I'll re-tell it. ... I actually have a couple lol... I can be an evil bitch.
My personal favorite:
My daughter's dad left me after I quit my job and moved out of state to be with him... he didnt "break up" with me.. he just "never came home". SO... I peed in a cup and poured it in his fifth of whiskey. When he eventually came back over to pick up his belongings, I made sure that was on top of the box... of which he shared with his brother and his cousin later that evening. My only regret is that I didnt get to watch him drink it. I also scrubbed the toilet bowl with his toothbrush and peed on that as well. However, I DID get the joy of watching him brush his teeth afterwards.
I had a boyfriend who was a bit abusive.. mostly verbally. I had finally reached my breaking point after an argument and picked up the family cat and tossed her in the bathtub while the boyfriend was taking a bath. The cat screamed, claws out, and tried everything to get out of that bathtub but couldnt. I guess me holding the shower curtain closed didnt help much either :crutch:
DAMN!!!!!!!! I want your real name so I NEVER piss you off!!!!!!!!!!
Okay Lil first of all fantastic :rotflmao: :rotflmao: ! Secondly please tell me the cat was unharmed in the second one???
Hey..what'd the cat do wrong???
The cat was completely unharmed, a little freaked, but not hurt (the water wasnt that deep and she landed on him.. she wasnt flailing around drowning... he took up much of the tub). I loved my cat... and he always swatted her or kicked her. I was just in a complete rage and she was the first thing that I saw. I figured she took the brunt of his mood swings too, I look at it as it was her payback as well. Trust me, he was more injured than she was. Once I opened the shower curtain, she dashed out. It took him much longer to get out.
Trust me, I dont advocate tossing cats in bathtubs, especially with naked men and dangly things in them, I was 18-19 at the time and I've grown up a lot since then. Now I will simply pee on the toothbrushes.
Think I might even be able to top that one - "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned" - I was involved with a man for a few years - he was "separated" from his wife. After getting me to front him $1500 for a divorce attorney, I caught him with another woman! I politely threw all his belonging that I could find off the blacony into the parking lot. He called the next day complaining that his bathrobe was missing - I told him he could pick it up that evening - I put it in a paper bag outside my apartment door. What a surprise he must have gotten when he found the cat shit in each pocket! I then sat down and wrote a letter to his wife's attorney - stating that I would be more than willing to testify against him, with a copy to my attorney, who promptly dropped him
LMAO Joan... that reminds me of a story that I read once (not sure if its true or not).. but I believe a scorned woman sewed shrimp (or some type of seafood?) into the hem of the curtains when she was forced to move out after catching her spouse cheating. I cant quite remember how it ended, but I know the house was fumigated and professionally cleaned on a number of occasions trying to get rid of the "stench".
I've also committed that one to memory should I ever need to use it... :cof:
My worst was against an ex-boyfriend... At the time, you needed no proof that you owned *anything* in order to place an ad in the local newspaper (Journal/Sentinel)..
He went off on a weekend trip, I packed up my belongings, and moved out.
He came home to find the locks changed, the house up for rent, the car up for sale all via the newspaper, and all utilities turned off for 30 days as he was "on vacation" out of the country. He tried to stay in a hotel while he got things straightened out, but found himself removed from the credit cards, and the bank account.
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