Break up Revenge Stories

Updated on April 27, 2012
J.S. asks from Green Cove Springs, FL
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I read this article about this sicko that killed his girlfriends guinea pigs because she broke up with him and wouldn't pay him $32. What a douche. The article then asks what's the worst break up revenge story. I have one....

There was once this guy that dated this girl. Turned out this guy also dated some other girls in the process. So this girl got some friends together to play a trick on this boy. There used to be some tunnels made for excess water that a lot of kids used during dry months to hang out. Some of the tunnels were very dark. So this girl invites this boy to a make out session because she forgives him. So the boy shows up. The friends are hidden in the tunnels. The friends start making spooky noises. The girl acts really scared, the boy laughs it off. As they get closer to where the tunnels intersect they see a figure. The figure is large, the figure is ominous, the figure is .... a clown...with a big fake knife.

Said boy goes screaming into the night. Did I mention said boy was terrified of clowns?

I will mention that that we were in Jr High, and yes it was cruel and stupid, but to our 12 year old minds, it was totally justified for a cheater. While I wasn't the girl, I'm a little ashamed to was my idea. So let's hear I the only one who has done something terrible like this?

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So What Happened?

Well B, at 12 I wasn't thinking, "Oh wrath is going to lead my down the path to Hell" More like, What are we going to do on the weekend. I guess we were the only 12 year girls that everything was drama.....oh wait.....

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answers from Detroit on

In highschool I told everyone my ex boyfriend had one testicle.....

Seriously, this was 12 years ago. Someone had brought him up not that long ago and they said "I heard he only had one ball!"

Ahhhh, that made me giggle! Talk about Douche!

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answers from Dallas on

Back in my wild 20s...
My BF ran off with his best friends girl. I came home, he was gone. I called his best friend and he told me my bf and his gf were headed to the beach together. So, I did the only sensible thing. I invited this much hotter, better looking, sexier, funnier best friend over. I literally said "Well, of course this means we have to have sex." So, he came over and we instantly clicked and were side by side after that. When my EX BF came back from his crazy beach weekend, he realized I had pawned his XBOX and moved on with his friend. Take THAT mo fo!

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answers from Dallas on

Well seeing how I am not perfect like B is. (I don't think you were looking to be lectured). I did something to my ex that was sort of passive aggressive and kind of funny. We had split many times over the period of 6 years but the first time of course was the hardest. I was so hurt and felt so betrayed. I thought about shredding up all his clothes or something like that but couldn't do that. So instead, I put a push pin in between our waterbed mattress and the side of the bed. We got back together and he said that he ended up having to replace the mattress b/c it started leaking. this day he has no clue what I did. While it wasn't anything drastic I did cause a bit of stress for him. I still kind of laugh about it to this day. He deserved so much more but guess what, he's working on his 5th marriage. All of them ended for the same reasons, his infedility. I figured he will get what he deserves and that would be that he wouldn't experience a completely committed relationship filled with love. He is incapable of achieving that. But I digress..... btw, I love your story.

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answers from Houston on

Do you remember the crazy woman who ducted taped her dude's dog to the fridge? Poor dog. Nuts. Your story made me chuckle, though. We are all kids once who did silly, foolish and/or stupid things. Such is life and the path to growing up. I am too mild mannered to be mean even at my lowest during a break up. My ex did break into our home after we started divorce proceedings. I found out because the bathroom was rummaged through and my underwear drawer had a little present sitting on top. His libido was always whacked - pun fully intended. I dumped all the underwear in the trash and marched on. I did okay until he showed up a few days later, accosting me in the driveway asking for a photo of me in the bare for use with new his rubber vibrating vagina. OMG...I started backing up, closing the fence and beating a hasty retreat into the house. I was so stunned I wasn't even making any sense to myself. I was so freaked out and couldn’t figure out what was what with him at that point. I remember calling my mother and she said something like ‘oh he seems so normal I can’t believe he’d do something like that…’ Geez, terrific, how comforting…didn’t they all say Ted Bundy seemed normal too and he was oh so charming? I figured we were even at that point. The divorce was my idea and clearly he was getting even for disrupting his fantasy of our perfect lives together. At least that’s what I’m chalking it up to. I haven’t spoken to him since that day so we are not going to achieve any further clarity on the matter. On to the next chapter…

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answers from Shreveport on

My mom had a friend in hs that got really mad at her boyfriend. She made him a cake with exlax in it. I remember hearing that story lots as a child. I've never had a revenge story, not that my crazy mind does not think of horrible things :) I just do not believe I could ever act it out!

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answers from Chicago on

I thought my high school bf was cheating on me so I asked another friend to drive me to where I thought he would be, and we saw that his car was at her house.

He had been teaching me to drive his car, which is a stick shift, so I had his extra key. I moved his car to the other side of town to the mall. He had to call me in the middle of the night to find out where his car was!!!

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answers from Norfolk on

You do realize revenge/wrath is one of the 7 deadly sins.
Wrath "may be described as inordinate and uncontrolled feelings of hatred and anger. Wrath, in its purest form, presents with self-destructiveness, violence, and hate that may provoke feuds that can go on for centuries. Wrath may persist long after the person who did another a grievous wrong is dead. Feelings of anger can manifest in different ways, including impatience, revenge, and vigilantism.".
"Dante described vengeance as "love of justice perverted to revenge and spite". ".
Vengeance is the Lord's because it just damages the people who perpetrate it, not to mention the victim.
And, seriously?, a 12 yr old boy was terrorized for not having an exclusive relationship?
Sorry but 1) this is why 12 yr old s shouldn't date and 2) young people are SUPPOSE to play the field - that's what early dating is about.
Geez, he didn't take any vows of marriage - he was not a cheater.
The girlfriend's rage was totally out of line, but her whole peer group just ran with it, didn't they.
This whole episode points out the pettiness of the perpetrators.
My sister is a very spiteful person, to the point it borders on sickness.
There was the time she egged the inside of a boyfriends car (his pride and joy) over an imagined insult.
She felt justified (she always does) but it really only made her look very bad.
Spiteful people are poison to be around, and even worse to be.

Thank you for thinking I'm perfect, ღ A.K.C.'s MOM ღ, but I'm far from it.
Spite just doesn't happen to be one of my problems.
Pride, on the other hand (another deadly sin) is one I have trouble with, but I'm working on it.

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answers from Seattle on

I always dated their best friends afterward :)

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answers from Kansas City on

Nope, but I ran into an ex at the store on Valentine's Day last year, and he was scrambling to get his wife some chocolates and flowers. I just laughed and told him that my hubby cleared the frost off my windows for me before he left for work, and that was about the best present I could have asked for. He stood there dumbfounded for a second, stammered a good to see you, and ran away with his tail between his legs. lol He never appreciated how low maintenance I was, until he got into a high maintenance relationship!

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