Breaking up with someone can be a traumatic experience. You may feel betrayed, angry, and hurt. In some cases, you may even feel the need to get back at your ex for the pain they caused you. While we don’t condone revenge, we understand that it can be tempting to give your ex a taste of their own medicine. Here are some evil ways to get back at your ex.
One of the easiest ways to get back at your ex is to spread rumors about them. You can tell people that they cheated on you, that they have a secret drug problem, or that they’re secretly gay. The more outrageous the rumor, the better. Just be careful not to get caught or you could be facing legal consequences.
Destroy Their Property
If you’re feeling particularly vengeful, you could always destroy your ex’s property. Slash their tires, key their car, or break their windows. Just be aware that this is illegal and you could end up facing criminal charges.
Get Revenge Online
In the age of the internet, it’s easier than ever to get revenge on your ex. You can post embarrassing photos or videos of them on social media, hack into their email or social media accounts, or even create fake profiles to harass them online. Again, be aware that cyberbullying is illegal and you could be facing serious consequences.
Date Their Friends or Family Members
If you want to really hurt your ex, you could always start dating their friends or family members. This is a surefire way to make them feel betrayed and hurt, but it could also backfire on you if their loved ones refuse to get involved.
Make Their Life Miserable
You could always take the ultimate revenge and make your ex’s life miserable. Call them at all hours of the night, show up at their workplace, or harass them in other ways. This is not only illegal, but it’s also cruel and could have serious consequences.
We do not condone revenge and we strongly advise against these evil ways to get back at your ex. Instead, focus on moving on from the relationship and healing from the pain they caused you. Seeking revenge will only make things worse in the long run. Remember, the best revenge is living a happy and fulfilling life without them.