Wednesday, 9 May 2012


Methods of revenge range from the light comical to the very serious, and everything in between. Get Revenge is a open forum, an online source for information on methods of revenge, and ways to get revenge on people who have wronged you.  In no way do we condone the use of these methods, we are simply a medium of exchange, an informational forum. Use at your own risk!

1. Publicize Images through Flickr:

As wicked as this may sound, sometimes the pain you feel when betrayed is overpowering and it sucks you into a sick cycle where you feel trapped and you search for any way to feel better. Posting images on Flickr of someone who stole from you or who betrayed your work partnership, with a caption or brief describing what happened, not only has the power to help you heal, but also allows other people to watch out from falling into the same trap!
Revenge on Flickr: Eat This! By raktfram
Revenge on Flickr: Eat This! By raktfram

2. Tell A Story Using a Blog:

Sincerity combined with the right venue and audience could really aid in the healing process. If you don’t have a blog, create one! Use your blog to tell the world – and those who hurt you – how you feel; share your pain and your experience(Note: It is preferable not to mention real names, abbreviations, nicknames or pseudo names are more advisable).

3. Use Facebook Wisely:

If you’re out to take revenge, make sure you know how to use Facebook wisely, especially while keeping its new privacy settings in mind! If your ex cheated on you, you either block him and tease him by doing so, or- the more evil way to go around it – is to post different pictures of you going out, having fun or maybe even just change your information: from single to in a relationship while posting fun and joyful updatesshowing that you’re moving on!
You can join or create a revenge dedicated Facebook group!
You can join or create a revenge dedicated Facebook group!

4. Improvise – Twitterise!

Whether you use short simple quotes to describe the betrayal you have been a victim of oryou create your own personalized tweets to fit the painful experience you have suffered. Tweets have the power of healing you, especially when people reply to your tweets through advice or sharing similar experiences.

5. Be Evil: Impersonate!

Okay, I know this might be very evil, and morally unacceptable as well. But if you are hurting and you have no other way, you should go for impersonation! Let’s say Mr. Jim broke your heart. You can create multiple accounts: Twitter, Facebook, LindkedIn and so on, and get his friends to think you are him then slowly reveal yourself through letting them know how badly he treated you and how he lead you on!

6. Be Funny: Imitate!

So, how about a little less evil and some more fun! Regardless of the social media tool you decide to use, make sure you imitate the person whom you’re seeking revenge from! For example, video tape yourself acting as if you are the person and post it on Youtube!Don’t forget to send him/her the link!

7. Be Creative: Mock!

Again, this revenge technique can be applied to different social media venues, mainly onYoutube: where there are million of people who could view your mockery and rate it, and on Facebook: where you might have friends in common who can agree with you on the mockery you come up with!
8. Be Wise: Give Lessons!
I remember, a while back, I wrote a funny post on my personal blog . In that particular post, I told a story of a very bad and painful relationship that I suffered severely from, followed up by a list of advice about “men you should never date”. I also posted the same post on my Facebook account and tweeted about it! I have to admit: it was a blast!
Use your blog to teach others from your own mistakes...
Use your blog to teach others from your own mistakes...

9. Be Nasty: Spread Rumors:

This method is HIGHLY unrecommended and might get you locked up in jail or at least sued! The idea here is to use real names, pictures and locations in order to spread rumors  or secrets you know about the person who caused you pain over social media venues. (I hope none of you ever does this because if you ever felt you got here, it means you’re losing it!)

10. Simply… Vent & Let Go!

Revenge might be sweet, but forgiving and moving on makes you the bigger person. Here, the only advice I can give you is to read one of my latest posts: How To: Utilize Social Media for Voicing Worries & Sharing Concerns, breathe in and move on…

To Wrap Up:

Always remember that Revenge is nothing more than “a confession of pain.” No one can blame a person for confessing his/her pain after a painful experience!
Finally, I’d like to ask you a few questions: Have you ever resorted to revenge? Did you ever use any of the above ways? Do you have in mind any funny or evil ways for revenge that I might have missed?
Looking forward to your comments below :)

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