12 ridiculous ways of dealing with a break-up
Because sometimes 'it's you not me' just isn't enough.
No one likes a break-up. Whether you are in the right, in the wrong, or things just weren't going that well, the fact remains; break-ups are a messy business.
They're messy because of all those pesky emotions. The ones that make you act weirdly, obsessively and in a lot of cases completely irrationally. And when I say 'completely irrationally' I mean 'very, very, very irrationally'. Make him a poster boy for herpes irrationally, deface their car irrationally, even in some extreme cases cut your house in half irrationally,
They may well be illegal and they might sometimes be waaaay over the line, but what these examples of dealing with a break-ups have in common is that they are all entirely ridiculous. Enjoy.
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1.In 2008 a woman who's husband apparently cheated on her after 22 years of marriage sought revenge on eBay. She found the evidence of his infidelity (her underwear and an empty condom packet) and immediately put them up for auction. Unfortunately for her scheme she could only sell a picture of 'The Tart's' knickers since eBay doesn't allow the sale of used underwear.
If your boyfriend leaves you because he says 'you dress like a slut' what's the best way to get back at him? By holding a scantily clad auction of all of his clothes of course.
6.Unfortunately garage doors don't come with spell-check.
7.Even if you can't really read it I think you (and him) will get the message.
9.Whilst not exactly a break up, a woman in America called the 'Herpes Avenger' sought to get back at the guy she caught herpes from by, well, spreading the word.
12.A man in Cambodia broke up with his wife. Next thing you know he's taken 'a 50/50 share of all assets' a bit too literally and gone and cut their house in half. A slight over-reaction I think you'll agree.
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