Woman admits she spent 15 years getting revenge on man who spit on her friend
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When someone does us wrong, we're told it's always better to be the bigger person and turn the other cheek.
But, one woman certainly didn't choose to take the high road as she admits she spent 15 years getting revenge on a man who spat on her friend.
She explained that the whole thing started when she went to a comedy show with a group of friends from college.
During the evening, one of her friends accidentally kicked over a chair, which caused the man sitting next to her to spill his drink over himself.
Although Linda’s friend apologised profusely, he called her a ‘stupid, fat b***h’ and even spat at her. Disgusting!
Linda says that her group moved on with their night after the incident, but they ‘do not move on with our lives.'
The next day, she found the offender on Facebook and discovered he was obsessed with the TV shows Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead.
Armed with this knowledge, Linda then set about to make a bunch of fake Facebook accounts from which she'd message the man spoilers related to the shows.
She said that as soon as he blocked an account, she’d create another and continue to message him.
But the story gets even wilder...
After a while, the novelty of sending the man spoilers every week wore off and Linda stops messaging him.
Then, as luck would have it, the man who spit on her friend ended up in one of her college classes.
Linda claims that he would play ‘Devil’s advocate’ for ‘every trash opinion’ someone could have and says it made her question why she had stopped sending spoilers.
Seemingly wise to her revenge scheme, the man no longer shares his favourite TV shows on social media, but she is able to send him spoilers after finding his Reddit profile.
After eight years of messaging the guy on and off, Linda eventually loses interest and leaves the man alone.
That is, until another twist in the tale results in them crossing paths. Again!
A friend of friend — who she describes as 'like an angel' — ends up getting engaged to the man, leading to Linda once again checking in on him on Reddit.
There, she finds some ‘sinister stuff’ such as ‘pictures that he’s passing off as [his fiancée]’ — the sort of things that Linda says, ‘if it were your partner, you would want to know.'
So, she reactivates one of the old Facebook profiles and sends the man's fiancée a link to his Reddit account. She checks it out and soon after, breaks off their engagement.
Talk about holding a grudge...