If you’ve never been petty after a bad breakup, you’re probably one of those people who always chooses to be the bigger person. And while there is absolutely nothing wrong in choosing peace over chaos, sometimes, being the bigger person just doesn’t cut it.
In this article, these women were trying to be anything but peaceful and although some responses left us speechless, we can’t even blame them. I mean, what do you expect when you give your girlfriend an STI and then go around telling all your mutual friends the opposite? While revenge is not always the answer, sometimes, it’s excused.
My ex was actually a monster, and it’s because of our relationship that I always say men will embarrass you, because they will. We had been dating for almost 3 years when he confided in me about a new business venture he wanted to go into. Of course I was supportive and even loaned him some money which he agreed he would pay back with interest. I was not even bothered about the money truth be told, but tell me why this man lied to me about his so called “business.” I got to find out in the most embarrassing way that he was in a committed relationship with someone else who he helped open a cafe for, clearly with some of the money I loaned him. I almost lost my mind the day I found out, so I gathered some boys to beat and rob him. I’m not proud of it, but it was very satisfying.
My ex gave me herpes and the worst part is, he knew he had herpes. Do you know how wicked you have to be to know you have an infection and not disclose it to the person you’re sleeping with? The worst part is, after we broke up I started hearing from our mutual friends that he had been telling people I was the one who actually gave him an infection. Anyway, I emailed his place of work and attached a doctor’s report that indeed confirmed he had an STI, and also suggested that they test him for drugs because of how unstable his behaviour had been, which I stated that I had witnessed. I was aware his office had a drug-free workplace policy and this man used to snort cocaine often, so I knew if my email was read and adhearded to, he was going to lose his job.
My ex which I don’t even like to refer to as someone I dated, was very abusive and controlling. On the day that I couldn’t take it anymore, it took everything in me to confide in my parents, because they had warned me about him but I didn’t listen. I was scared at what their reaction was going to be because I also left my parents house and moved in with him. I told my mom first and she cried and told me to immediately come home which I did. The next day, my dad put him in prison for a month.
He cheated on me in the most disrespectful manner, and with two people I thought were my friends. I wouldn’t exactly call it revenge, but I slept with his older brother and now his brother and I have been dating for almost 7 months. I can’t even tell you how pained he is. Always sending me good morning texts, gifts and so on Lol, but I’ve moved on and I’m happy and I wish he would do the same.
I dated the most narcissistic man. Even thinking about the events that occurred in the relationship makes me weak. He was manipulative too and always made me feel like I was the problem. I remember I had been jobless for almost 2 months when I finally got offered a job and he didn’t want me to take it because in his words, he felt like the position was too “advanced” for me. Long story short, I took the job, broke up with him and till today, I still get hate messages from him. The best revenge I did was for myself, by ending the relationship and walking away.
The day I found out he was cheating on me and was regularly sending unsolicited dick pictures to women even I knew, I gathered them all, including the provocative videos he used to send me, and sent them to everyone in his family that I knew; from his mother to his sisters.
*Some names have been changed