Revenge On Your Ex

The Revenge GuyThe
Revenge Guy Helps You Get Revenge On Ex-Boyfriends
and Ex-Girlfriends

Have you been wronged by a "best friend" that is now dating the
person that was the love of your life?

RG can help… but only if you ask nicely… (overall, he doesn't
like to get involved in relationship issues that may be resolved in you
"getting back in love" with them… Revenge is a dead end for
relationships, or it isn't revenge… think about that before you ask…
thanks!


Dear
Revenge Guy,
I really need to get back at this guy.

We met three years ago at a Halloween party and were really into
each other, but I was in a relationship and told him up front that I
was with someone and didn't way to see anybody else.

Not long after he met a girl and really liked her. So we sort of
remained friends, talked here and there over the past few years,
etc.

Well over this past summer I broke up with that guy I was with, and
he broke up with the girl he was with. Two or so months ago we hung
out and things started from the very first day. Just a lot of
flirting, goodnight kiss, etc, and went on pretty fast from there.

We started spending tons of time together, and only after two weeks
or so he was asking me if I would ever want to be in a relationship
with him, he wanted to be exclusive, etc. Then his ex started
stalking me via AIM, checking my away messages, IMing me, etc.

This guy and I were spending almost everyday together and then this
past weekend he just up and stopped talking to me. Ignoring my phone
calls, etc. And now his ex is harassing me about how they're back
together, blahblahblah.

It's not like we has anything really serious going on, but he is the
one who asked me to be exclusive, got me a Valentine's Day card that
said, "be all mine…….I'm all yours!" etc. and then he gets back
with his ex and just pretends like nothing happened?

He doesn't even have the balls to call me up and say anything! I
mean not even a simple, "I don't want to see you anymore."

I really just want to get this guy back for being such a child. I
mean, at 23 years old the least you could do is man up. Help
pleasseee.
-a.

Hi
A,

Yes, men are stupid people sometimes.

As for
revenge… well, you really didn’t give me much to go on did you…

You didn’t date, then you’re dating and he dumped you for his ex
after making all kinds of promises. Fuck him.

What I would
do is use RevengeCall.com and call the ex-girlfriend (now the
girlfriend) and say you’re with the health clinic… she needs to come
in and get tested.

Call him doing the same thing. Maybe
even leave weird messages at his work, supposedly from his ex-not-ex
biatch.

After that, use RevengeCall.com every so often to
offer him jobs, or a step towards whatever dreams he has… you should
know what these buttons are, push them.

Of course there's

CrabRevenge.com
too… do you have any old clothes of his that
he might want back? Give him something to really remember… and
something that might end up on his ex-not-ex bitch too.

Best wishes,
RG


Dear Revenge Guy,
Here's my story first, then, hopefully, you can give me
advice on how to get my revenge.

I began dating a guy in
September last year, thought he was wonderful, blah blah blah, the
relationship really should've ended in December, when he moved
for school (I was living in —someplace—, at the time).

When he left
in December, he left me a little gift, called herpes. He had gotten
it from his ex girlfriend, whom he hadn't dated or seen in six
months, and claims he hadn't slept with anyone in that six months.
(if you could meet this guy, you'd know that to be true).

We were
also in agreement that I hadn't passed it along to him, as I'd had
my yearly exam in September, and I was clean. There's no doubt it
came from him, although I find it unlikely that he was unaware of
his predicament for six months. No big deal, we'd try to make it
work.

Within two weeks of him leaving, my supervisor at my job
found out I had gotten herpes from him. (Very specific, I'm unsure
how he found out in so much detail). This particular supervisor is
one of those guys who are short, try too hard to be buff, try too
hard to be cool, you know the asshole. So he started telling people
at my job.

Keep in mind, I just found out I have an incurable
std, the person who gave it to me now lived 21 hours away (and I
might have missed him some, or a lot), and I wasn't in a very strong
frame of mind.

Now, the asshole supervisor was spreading my
business, and people I work with were coming to me with things like,
"is it true what (boss) said? that you got an std from (guy)?"

I assumed
it was no one's business but my own. But it was out. I got revenge
on the supervisor the right way.

I went to human resources with
my problem, and soon my whole workplace knew. The supervisor got
suspended, but not without repercussions on my behalf.

Several
people despised me for having him suspended (for some reason, people
liked him, especially the girl he was banging), and working became
very uncomfortable.

Not to mention the people who acted like I was
going to pass along my little problem to them if I touched, or
talked to them. And there were the really mean ones calling me
"whore" and "bitch" All in all, it was not a good experience.

The boy I got it from, was less than supportive. A lot of the time
he'd ignore me, or tell me to stop "bitching", or say he was
depressed himself because he was living in a new town with no
friends and family for the holidays, it hurt a lot that he would be
so selfish, and discompassionate.

It tore me apart
that he would treat me like everyone else was. All I wanted was for
someone to talk to. It was terribly hard for me to sympathize, and I
admit I did eventually get quite bitchy.

Well, it's now
later on, and I'm
also living OK. Before he left, we had talked about me moving
here, but not for a while. We were going to see how the relationship
progressed, and if it worked out, I'd move here. I had already begun
looking into the cost of housing and such (it's quite cheap
actually).

Anyway, after all that had happened (not to mention, I
had lost my best friend, a guy, because he got jealous that i was
dating the other guy. go figure) I decided, I still needed to get
out of Delaware, even though my relationship wasn't working. It was
just too uncomfortable, and the source of too much hurt.

I've
been in Tulsa for a month now, and some truth's have come out. The
guy I dated admitted he wasn't there like he should have been, but I
just needed to get over it all, because I was making him miserable.
The nerve.

So this is what I want to do:
He is enrolled in
the community college here, and I want to spread my story.

The whole
story, without holding anything back.

I understand that I would also
be airing my own secret (but I lived through it once already, I
really don't care anymore.)

I want him to experience what I went
through. The prejudices, people hating him for what he did.

People
may even hate me for telling it. He may even hate me more. I also
don't even care about that. As long as he experiences what I went
through, so I can also tell him to "just get over it."
What
should I do?
Help,
Angie


Revenge Joker - Trademark PendingHi
Angie,

While I really feel for you, you’ve been put through a
terrible ordeal, I think you need some counseling help. This
bitterness is not a good outlet, it will color your life forever.

That’s my take on this.

As far as getting him back… use
www.RevengeCall.com
to follow his moves, call the school say he’s
dropping out, call where he works as his gay lover, his venereal
disease doctor, whatever it takes.


www.RevengeCall.com

lets you change your voice and the call display so it can be very
convincing.

As for your story coming out with revenge being taken, the idea here
is that it's not your story. Revenge should not force you to reveal
your identity, although he may guess it's you, I'd try to keep your
name away from associating with his as much as possible.

I have created for you a special poster, all
you need to do is print it out, paste a picture of


him on it then post them everywhere.

http://www.revengeguy.com/coupons/Dont-date-this-guy.pdf

Best wishes,
RG



Hi
RG,

Last Christmas I started dating an amazing guy, we will call him
Tall, and was dating him for 11 months.

Thing became very serious very fast and he proposed to me.

This remained a secret because it was too soon, however.

He and I had everything planned out, go to university together move
in together.

Looking back I realize how young I am for this, but I was happy at
least.

Towards the end of the relationship we were fighting a lot, and
mostly because I expected a certain amount of respect from him, but
he always had to be the funny guy and was making fun of me a lot.

He would call me like a dog when he was around his friends and was
just very rude.

In the end Tall left me because he felt I was too conservative while
he was too liberal.

He was truly sorry for it, he didn't want to hurt me and was very
honest.

It's been a month since we separated and he has a new girlfriend,
lets call her Fink.

Tall and I remained friends through the breakup, we talked every day
and I was handling things okay.

Fink is my best friend, she helped me through he breakup, but it
appears she was helping Tall too. She of all people knows how very
hard it was for me, and she knows I still love him.

She went completely against me and betrayed me. At this point words
aren't doing any good, and I want some revenge!

I need to be sneaky about it, but I want them both to feel slightly
miserable, because both promised to respect me.
Thank you,
Desperate for revenge

Revenge JokerHi
Desperate,

To feel "slightly sneaky" about revenge isn't usually a request that
I honor.

Revenge should not be taken lightly. Revenge is not a "Ha ha!" to be
spoken of later on.

But, I believe that this guy cheated on you, if not in actual
action, then in thought and mind.

And this girl, your best friend, orchestrated the dissolution of
your relationship while speaking out of the side of her mouth to
you.

That being said, all I can gather from your email is that you are
late teens, early twenties, possibly living away from home but most
likely not, you have not had many boyfriends, indeed, with him this
may have only been the only serious relationship you've had.

Whew… almost blew a brain cell there… LOL…

So, what I suggest will be effective, and get the most BANG for your
buck!

Use
www.RevengeCall.com
and place calls to their voice mail (only)
from, supposedly (use the voice changer and change the caller ID
too) a "friend of a friend" of a woman/man (depending who you're
calling) that is interested in them.

Stir the pot… raise some questions… maybe even break them up…

But most of all, have some fun…
And make them "slightly curious" about the other romantic
possibilities available to them.
Best wishes,
RG


Dear
Revenge Guy,

I have just gotten out of an abusive relationship that lasted for
about a year.

The relationship has caused me much distress and I am
now seeing a therapist because of this. Over the course of the
relationship, I had a particular "friend" that I confided in. This
"friend", Jenn, allowed me to cry on her shoulder, offered advice
when needed, and became someone that I thought I could really trust.
Eventually the relationship came to a horrible and stressful ending
and i continued to confide in my "friend".

Not even a month after
the break-up, she began showing interest in my ex and would tell
mutual friends "Paul and I hooked up this weekend…. but don’t tell
Bethany!" I confronted her about this and told her that I cannot
control who she dates, but it would be hard for me to remain her
friend if she chose him over me. She lied to my face numerous times
and told me nothing was going on between them and tried to hide
everything from me even more.

This in particular really pissed me
off and now they are officially together. Whenever I walk past the
two of them, she smirks at me as if attempting to rub it in my face.
So RG, I was wondering if you had any ideas for revenge on Jenn! All
of our mutual friends have since taken my side after facing betrayal
from her as well, and insist that I do something about this. I
apologize for the length of this e-mail, but I am very interested in
hearing some of your ideas. Thank you! -Bethany, CA

Hi Bethany,
There are often times when friends are not friends and are really
only using you for something you have.

When their true colors are finally revealed, and the unthinkable
happens, the betrayal can be very hard to deal with.

I commend you on getting therapy and trying to put this awful thing
behind you.
But there are two people to get revenge on here, aren’t there?

Paul is just as guilty, if not more, than this Jenn person. Even
though Jenn has used the events in your life to take advantage of
things Paul must shoulder his full part of the blame here as well.

I suggest, in the holiday season, that you send Jenn, and separately
Paul, some holiday cards. Include suggestive words of hidden
relationships, pictures of nudity of the supposed ‘other person’.

Let them have a happy holiday season thinking the other is cheating
on them.
Candy and flowers works well too, anonymously sent with love cards
included.
And never forget the luxury of fake jewelry as a gift too.
Best wishes,
The Revenge Guy


Dear RG,
This guy I was seeing until about two weeks ago is totally psycho. He lies
all the time. Literally. I told him I was seeing someone else and it
completely pissed him off so he has been doing mean stuff to me for the
last couple of weeks. He stole my dog, lied to me about more things than I
can count, and most recently threatened me with planting something illegal
in my car.

He won’t take no for an answer. I’ve even gone as far as to
tell him I’m messing around with numerous other guys. He called my mom and
tried to tell her a bunch of lies about me. I have had enough and I want
him to pay. I’m pretty good at the revenge thing, but I need something
really good this time. By the way, my mom didn’t believe him. She thinks
he’s a raving lunatic who needs to be committed. Help me get him in a way
he will never, ever forget.

Ann, Arkansas

Hi Ann,
Such perseverance from a terrible guy does deserve something drastic. It
will be the only way to get the point across to him to leave you alone.
But first, I’m going to make some assumptions about your relationship with
him. You met him by way of him introducing himself to you and had a couple
of dates. He’s not part of your usual crowd of friends, so you can’t just
get one of your friends to tell him to get lost.

Here’s what I suggest:
Throw a "Loser Party" in his honor.

Go to a place that you both went to, a bar or club, and ask the manager if
you can get put up some posters featuring this guy’s face and a time and
date for the party. Be sure that the poster states that it’s a party for a
loser and the reason why you are having it – so he’ll get lost! Then
invite him to the bar or club, without him knowing the reason why.

He’ll show up expecting to meet you, but you won’t be there and he’ll be
surrounded by other people that know why he’s there. Heck, he can even
keep one of the posters as a souvenir.

If he contacts you after the "party" tell him you’re going to blanket the
city with the posters, and have multiple "Loser Parties" until he gets the
message.

If that doesn’t scare him off, call the police and get a restraining order
on him.
Tell me how it all works out for you.
Best wishes,
The Revenge Guy

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