Truth or Afterthought?

RG get’s sent these stories every once in a while (Thanks to Doogie for this one!) that are either exceedingly clever reactions by the person that did them or in the “I should have done that at the time” afterthought stories we all like to embellish our lives with.

At any rate, would you do this? (NOTE: Story republished from the Reddit thread of “offmychest”, true or not it’s a great story and I have provided the link so you can follow the comments, should you so desire.)

“Am I a bad person for this?”
So a while ago I had decided to treat myself and go to Burger King. I hadn’t had the greatest of days and I had a headache coming on. It was a very long line and I was at the end of it waiting patiently. When behind me comes this woman yapping on her cellphone with a little monster of a child. This kid was out of control, screaming, punching his mother throwing around a gameboy whenever something didn’t go right in the game. The mother didn’t seem to pay any attention to him and his continued yelling of ‘I want a Fucking PIE’. After about 5 minutes of the line with these people behind me, I had gone from a headache to a full on migraine, but nothing was going to stop me from getting those burgers. I calmly turn and ask her nicely if she can please calm or quiet her child down. Immediately she gets up in my face telling me I can’t tell her nothing about raising her child and to mind my own business. I nod and turn around, shes still yelling at the back of my head when the child cries out again how he wants a pie, the mother consoles him, calling him sweety and ensuring they’ll get pies for lunch because she loves him so much. Things immediately go back to the they were and I wait another 5 minutes before getting to the front of the line. It turns out it was so slow because they had 1 trainee on cash during the lunch hour rush. All I can think of is how the people behind me ruined my splurge and gave me this headache. I then decide to ruin their day. I order every pie they have left in addition to my burgers. Turned out to be 23 pies in total, I take my order and walk towards the exit. Moments later I hear the woman yelling, what do you mean you don’t have any pies left, who bought them all? I turn around and see the cashier pointing me out with the woman shooting me a death glare. I stand there and pull out a pie and slowly start eating eat as I stare back at her. She starts running towards me but can’t get to me because of other lineups in the food court. I turn and slowly walk away.

Sneaky Advice

The Revenge Guy
How To Get Sneaky Revenge By The Revenge

Revenge Guy Sneaky Advice

When you want to get personal details about someone the best piece of
information is their Social Security Number (SSN).

With this number, and the right confidential information service (see
below) you can get banking, financial, mortgage, loans and other
significant personal information about almost anyone in America.

Now, it’s not likely that you could just ask the person for this
information, right?
But, using some sneaky techniques, you can get someone to provide you
the information in a matter of minutes. You just need to know who to
contact and what to ask them.

(Disclaimer: All of the following information is for
entertainment purposes only and should not be relied on or followed
without the advice of a lawyer.)

If you were a tax auditor and you had the incorrect SSN of someone, what
would you do?

Likely you’d contact maybe the person’s employer and the appropriate
payroll office/officer for a confirmation of the number; you might
attempt to contact their bank for the correct SSN;

If you were a tax auditor you’d likely say something about the
confidentiality of your phone call. The person in question should not be
notified about this call because of the delicate nature of your

You could be a mortgage lender as well, verifying information. Maybe a
simple loans officer.

You could be a previous employer.

My point is that there could be all kinds of professions that might call
someone to get this information, in a confidential manner.

Once you have the SSN you could use an online service to get personal,
publicly available information, from millions of databases. Not too many
people have an untraceable background.

Full name, birth date, place of birth, Social Security Number, parents
name, maiden name, all of these bits of information can, independently,
provide a window into someone’s background if you know where to find the
How to tell if someone is lying to you

There is now an available service that allows you to use a type of lie
detector (voice stress analyzer) called
LiarCard is used much the same way as a telephone calling card, You
order a time card from
LiarCard and call the toll-free number, then
enter your Personal Identification Number and then enter the number of
the person you want to use the voice stress analyzer Lie detection
software) on. Phrase your questions to mostly allow for a yes or no
answer. The caller identification that shows on a call display box
(usually the phone number of who is making the call, which would be you)
is masked. No information is forwarded to the person you are calling.
Unless you say your name or give information which you may be known by
the person you are calling, you will remain anonymous.

Get your LiarCard here:


How to call someone anonymously

Have you ever wanted to play a phone call prank on someone but you knew
that you’d be found out because of the sound of your voice or the person
having the telephone caller identification Call ID) service?

Now, using SpoofCard, an anonymous phone call service, you can make the
phone call, change your voice and even change what shows on the Call ID
box. This is a great service that is used similarly to a calling card
and SpoofCard even allows you to record the phone call for later

Sneaky Advice

The Revenge Guy
Advice For MySpace Users From
The Revenge Guy

Revenge Guy's Revenge Advice For MySpace Users

You know I'm a straight-shooter, right? RG has no problem whatsoever
calling a jerk a jerk… an idiot an idiot… and a loser a loser…

But what ya gonna do when the fight is in "Interspace"? How do you
fight the invisible enemy? The I-Rate fakes? This is what you need to
know…. and more!

Revenge Guy,

I am writing you because I have reached my wit’s end.

I am a myspace
user, as so many people are, and have been the target of not one but
TWO ex friends’ fraudulent-profile creations- with me as target, my
fiancé as target, or both simultaneously.

I cut these two
friends out of my life within a year of each other because I saw
alarming patterns in their behavior which led me to believe that
they had severe emotional problems due to the way they treated other

On and off, and
then, most recently, for the past week- the fake profiles have been
brought to my attention because:
A) they’ve contained my telephone number (which I will have to
change now)
B) my name
C) my fiancé’s name
D) information about my personal life and/or past, or
E) any combination of these.

These pages are
absolutely pathetic. They mock the ring my fiancé gave me- calling
it cheap and crappy (it’s not huge, but he’s a student!), calling
him gay, calling ME a man, fat, ugly or anything else cruel and
abusive you can possibly think of.

I have gone to the
police with all of the pages printed out and told them who I KNEW to
be the perpetrators… but they, unfortunately, can not do anything
for me because there is no way for them to directly link the
profiles to these two individuals.

I’ve tried every
way possible to block them from contacting me, but they keep finding
a way. I did my best to ignore it for a while, but recently, I’ve
found myself blurting out scathing retorts to them in messages-
because I JUST CANNOT CONTAIN MYSELF ANYMORE. What is their motive?
And what should I do- since everything I have tried simply does not
seem to work.

Revenge JokerHi

What you do is call the police, again and again.

You have the
evidence, maybe a Revenge Call will sort out the small details (
if you talk nicely enough to them, like you’re a MySpace
exec/security person and have an issue with certain postings.

MySpace is great at
tracking down fake profile creators when there is the possibility of
criminal charges. And lawyers love these types of lawsuit cases,
personal liability suits can stifle a person’s career easily.

Police will act
strongly and talk to these people when all the evidence is set out
for them. Really, unless it’s a TV sex crime the cops aren’t so
quick to take issue with fake profile creators but once you have
some evidence, even if you can’t get a criminal charge against these
miscreants you certainly have a civil suit worth many thousand$.

Scare them silly.
Get a lawyer and have him send a letter as well as get a restraining
order against them.

Don’t wimp out, go after these two with every legal tool there is!!
And a couple of scary revenge calls too!
Best wishes,
The Revenge Guy

Revenge Guy,

Good advice here on your site.

I think I have read
through all of the ones posted here, but cannot seem to find
anything that gets the job done the way i want it done.

Here is the scenario:
My GF’s sister has been posting terrible things about me on her
myspace page. These things are all opinion and there fore she cannot
be sued for slander unfortunately. Whether or not they are opinions
they make me look like a total Jack A$$. They are so bad that if
someone reads them they will truly change their opinion of me, I’m
talking my GF or her family, or associates of mine.

Do you have any suggestions here? I want to fight fire with fire,
and I want to cause her as much pain as she has caused me, but I am
having trouble figuring out a way.

Help Please!!!

Revenge JokerHi

Just because she’s publishing her opinion doesn’t mean that she has
any freedom to do so. Lies are still lies.

There is a very fine line here and she’s crossed it. And you should
seek revenge…. to shake her back into the reality that what she
does affects those around her more than what she thinks is in her
own little selfish world… bitch.

Get a friend to call her from the local "Police department, Internet
bureau" to investigate a complaint. is
great for this.
Then have another friend call her from " security
department" about the objectionable content. Again using but
changing the voice and the caller display.
Tell her that she must remove the content or face having her site
taken down and paying for the considerable fees involved since this
is now a police matter.
Scare her good.

This is not a
"fight fire with fire" issue because if you really love your gf then
you’ll have her sister forever at your elbow… so don’t go all
nutso over this… kids are stupid… don’t fall into the trap of
playing the game out on her level, but use the tools available to
shake her up and out of her jealous little world.

Play it out but be
the adult.

The "Internet"
never forgets.
Best wishes,
The Revenge Guy

Evil Genius

Dear Revenge Guy,
I need help getting revenge on my guardian.

Here is my story…
Every time I wake up and get ready to go to school on April Fools’ Day, and she gets me every time. Plus, I will be needing some ideas that are easy to get away with, using props from inside the house. Do you have any ideas?
Evil Genius

Revenge Joker - Trademark PendingDear Evil Genius,
I guess you’re not so evil or much of a genius then, eh?

April Fools Day inside the house using common items is easy enough.
First off…. once she’s asleep, go to the fuse box and briefly turn off the power to the house.
Then reset all the clocks back to the right time, including yours. Hers, of course, will be wrong so you’ll have the morning advantage as she sleeps in.

Second…. buy a gallon, quart, whatever of milk, the same stuff that’s usually found in your fridge. Buy it a couple of weeks ahead of April Fools Day and hide it somewhere that it won’t be found, but a place not too hot. April 1st morning put the spoilt milk in the fridge. You can substitute her brand of coffee cream if she uses that.

Third…. vaseline all the door handles she uses.

Fourth…. if you can, change all the lightbulbs in her work area to
half their normal wattage.

Fifth…. I’m sure you can get a little creative here, so the rest is up to you.
Best Wishes, The Revenge Guy

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