Seriously, EVERYONE gossips?
I don’t. It’s bad, very bad.
I don’t have ways to stop gossip. Once the “cat is out of the bag” everyone tells a different story and so it goes and grows.
To prevent gossip, don’t gossip.
To end gossip, confront those that know the false story and tell the truth.
The REAL truth.
To stop all gossip, get your friends and those that gossip about you in a room and do either:
1) beat them all up, or
2) confront them with the TRUTH
Revenge isn’t possible against a group of people that have nothing better to do than talk badly about another person.
Friends that stab you in the back aren’t friends. Treat them accordingly.
Enemies that pretend to be friends just to talk badly about you are real enemies, not friends.
You can’t choose your family but you CAN choose your friends.
You can also choose who ISN’T your friend.
Dear Revenge Guy,
I need to pull off a really good one but with limited resources. My boyfriend has this little brat who will not stop calling his phone and he says there is nothing there. Just an empty line.
All I have is a 1st name and a phone number. I am not sure what to do with just this, your help would be MUCH appreciated.
These types of idiots really get my goat! They think they’re smart and able to hide but they can’t! Little babies is what they are. It’s likely an ex-girlfriend or someone close… trying to get their jollies.
You can use a service and call them back. Be the police… tracing the line.. all that type of stuff.
Using this service call the number back, acting as a police officer and tell the person they have to appear in two weeks time for questioning, other wise charges will be filed for harassment and they will have some quick jail time coming to them.
Lay the fear into him/her!
Dear Revenge Guy,
My sister-in-law (wife’s sister) has a huge ego and thinks she is beautiful, her husband a god, and her grown kids just fascinating.
I would love to knock her down a peg without resorting to sarcastic retorts or walking out of the room.
Act like you’re really interested in what she has to say about her kids, her husband, etc.
Ask her all kinds of personal questions and dig deeper with every answer she gives you.
Get to the point that she’s embarrassed to answer the next questions, get more personal, get very intimate, about herself, her husband, her kids. Ask weird questions about their school, lookout on life, sexual preferences.
Get personal, get intimate.
Embarrass her with your interest.
The best way to deal with these lonely pathetic people, her living vicariously through the lives of her kids and husband, is to involve them so much in pointless self-deprecating questions and conversations that the whole conversation becomes a mockery of the subject.
Play it out hard, don’t let up on her.
Laugh yourself silly inside.