So you have had a break up. So you’re nursing a heartbreak so bad that you want to wrangle him/her. You want to give it back to him/her because well, that’s how you roll…
So you have had a break up.
So you’re nursing a heartbreak so bad that you want to wrangle him/her. You want to give it back to him/her because well, that’s how you roll. It might sound juvenile or even petty, but it’s fun and will make you feel happy!
Here are six things to do to your ex. Read on:
Change The Passwords:
If you have dated anybody for longer than a couple of months, there are chances that you know at least one of his passwords (social media, ATM, banking, online games and so on). Bring your wicked self some credit and change his/her passwords and watch them cringe and cry for a couple of days.
Post ‘couple-y’ Pictures:
The oldest trick in the books is also the most effective. Post a picture of yourself with an attractive friend and give out an impression of the two of you being a ‘couple’! Even if he/she is over you, he/she will be pissed that you’re too.
Nothing will make your former lover cry buckets than losing out on someone hot, smart and stunning. Get a fancy makeover, photoshop the picture and post it on your wall.
Drunk Letter to Work:
Get it out of your system, so you have closure. Don’t drunk-call or text, that’s so passé. Send a long, vicious letter to his/her work place. Whether you’re drunk or not is secondary.
Just for the heck of it, tell your ex that he/she owes you money. Whether it’s a restaurant bill or those incurred during shopping expeditions, it’s enough to make your ex mad. He/she won’t want any scene and might just hand over some money!
If you want to be really mean, visit all the places your ex is likely to visit. From pubs to coffee shops to cinema halls, make sure you haunt that person till he/she confronts you and /or splits hair in frustration.
These are just fun ways to making you feel better about you, however momentary that might be.
We all know how tough breakup can be, so a little bit of ‘meanness’ is fine. No?