Whether it's terrible roommates, horrible classmates, mean friends, or obnoxious strangers, there is nothing in this world better than getting sweet revenge on people that have wronged you. The sooner the better too!
These are those stories. From the guy that got beat up by an old friend to the obnoxious neighbors that won't stop partying downstairs, these are amazing examples of how to get back at the people that make your life miserable, making their life as miserable or worse!
Almost Instant Karma
Right as we’re about to head out he yells ‘Give me the freaking jacket!’ He made the kid give him the jacket he was wearing as punishment for stealing the bike. We ended up finding lipstick, a camera with some unusual selfies, and other random things in the pockets.
It was a nice rugged Carhartt jacket, to this day my friend still uses it.”
Teaching Trash A Lesson
“I was at a house party with some friends in like, 2009. I don’t quite remember, exactly, but I was hammered.
People were taking turns on the pong table like you do, and this super trashy looking, wasted broad comes in and demands that we start playing flip cup, which is the most idiotic game of all time. Nobody paid any attention to her demand so she went around in a circle and pointed right in the face of everyone at the table, in turn, saying ‘you’re a wimp, you’re a wimp, you’re a wimp, and you’re a wimp!’ We later learned that this chick had done her first adult film that week and thought she was hot news and had been acting like a primadonna for days.
My friend was playing pong at the time, and he’s a nice fella, so he says something to the tune of ‘There’s a few people waiting for pong still. Can you wait like fifteen or twenty minutes?’ She SLAPS him in the face.
He yells, ‘what the heck is wrong with you?’ She is streaming curses at him and goes to get her boyfriend. One of the guys on the table pulls me and my friend outside and tells us to just chill for a few minutes, that this girls boyfriend is jacked that lives at the house we’re at and he’ll probably beat the crap out of us and throw us out of the party.
So while we’re ‘cooling off,’ I see my opportunity. I climb into the empty kitchen through a window and take a leak into the half-full gallon jug of orange juice on the table, then climb back out the window.
What happens next? This trashy chick walks into the kitchen with her boyfriend who is FUMING, pours herself a screwdriver, and downs it.
Me and my buddy took two unopened twelve packs from the patio and bailed.”
Presented The Right Moment
“So my grandfather was driving and an obviously wasted man threw a rock and shattered his windshield.
My grandfather stopped and talked to him and told him ‘If you give me your real number, I’ll only have you pay for half of the windshield.’ Of course, the guy gave him a fake number.
A year later, my grandfather picks up a guy from Park and Ride (carpooling) and it happens to be the man that shattered his windshield. They’re driving on the freeway and the guy doesn’t recognize him. He’s being rude and talking on his phone. My grandpa asks to see his phone, takes it, and throws it out the window.
The guy freaks out and my grandpa goes ‘Remember me?’ Then made him get out of the car.”
Loading Down A Teacher With Magazines
“There was a teacher that I hated in middle school and he hated me just as much.
One day I noticed that one of the magazines in our classroom had his address on it. I wrote it down and waited until summer vacation, so it would be less suspicious.
I went to Borders and got a bunch of magazine subscription inserts and had a close friend who went to another school fill them out with my teacher’s information. I checked the ‘bill me later’ and sent them out.
When I got back to school the next year, I could tell he suspected me but couldn’t prove it and I was happy because I didn’t have any classes with him anymore.”
Taking The High Road Is The Greatest Satisfaction
“Very petty, but a major victory for me.
In elementary school (1st – 7th grade where I live), I was bullied by this girl.
I was tiny, red-headed, I had braces and glasses, with low self-esteem, so of course, I was a target. She was just big and entitled. She gave me numerous concussions and loose teeth and some emotional scars which made me apply for a secondary school in another district.
I went on to be accepted into one of the more prestigious public high schools in my area.
I met her again one day at the end of the second year. She had put on a ton of weight and was on her way home to her parent’s house with four fast food bags in hand. I was out jogging, at my skinniest, that day.
My revenge was being nice to her. She had failed everything, and could only get into the lowest priority high school. I was in the highest priority. She had gained so much weight, and I was skinny and felt beautiful. She bought pounds of fast food, and I was out running. And I was so nice and compassionate. All those years of bullying… I just felt sorry for her.”