Dear Revenge Guy,
Hi, I’m looking for revenge on an ex-friend, who totally embarrassed me as I was getting out of my car the other day by calling me a fat bitch, and telling me go f… myself, and telling me to go back to the herd, and making mooing noises as I was walking back to my car.
This guy is 61 years old, and was interested in dating my and I rejected him, as he is immature obviously I am 51 and don’t need this crap in my life.
I am trying to find a legal way to get revenge without him knowing its me… I was humiliated in front of a parking lot full of people.
I have to say it’s embarrassing to all men when some guy acts likes a 14-year-old man-child when he’s rejected by a woman.
He has now gotten what he wanted out of you, to make you feel bad publicly in a poor attempt of him showing you how much you hurt him.
For sure you dodged a bullet on this one.
“Legal Revenge” is a hard thing because the “legal” part of it almost guarantees that both parties to the revenge are known to each other.
What you want is “sneaky revenge” so he doesn’t see it coming.
One thing almost guaranteed is that single losers like this guy spend a lot of time on dating websites. Wouldn’t it be great if you found his profile and started a “conversation” with him, only to drop him into a heart-wrenching online break-up?
And a lot of people aren’t that savvy about protecting their online info, they usually us the same email address to sign up for everything. A google search may just help to find out what site she’s visiting. Sometimes the nicknames and usernames they use is just the first part of their email address or Facebook profile name.
What I suggest is you let the hunt begin with a plan to drop him like a rock (with a made up profile, of course!).
You’ll need a fake profile image, a new email address and maybe a VPN to protect your identity and location.
Of course, this will take some dedication, but the result is usually worth it.
The Revenge Guy