Twitter users confess how they avenged on a shocking thread

People from all over the world have revealed their methods of revenge on Twitter using the viral hashtag #HowITookRevenge (file image)

Sometimes, going through a bad encounter is easier said than done, as these people can not resist giving their enemies the taste of their own medicine.

Users of social networks around the world have been sharing the creative ways in which they demanded revenge from the people who harmed them with the hashtag #HowITookRevenge in Twitter.

Surprisingly, some confessed to having manipulated the food and drink of their opponents in a fit of rage.

In one case, a woman sewed prawns to a man's curtains to send other women fleeing the stench of seafood from her room.

Another person decided to replace his friend's whiskey with urine after having slept with his girlfriend.

People from all over the world have revealed their methods of revenge on Twitter using the viral hashtag #HowITookRevenge (file image)

People from all over the world have revealed their methods of revenge on Twitter using the viral hashtag #HowITookRevenge (file image)

Writing under the handle @saga_says, a woman confessed to having licked each and every one of her grandmother's chocolates as a child.

She explained: "When I was a little girl, my grandmother had these expensive chocolates that you have to earn very rarely, or did my mother do it!

"That really bothered me, so I ended up sneaking and licking each chocolate." Revenge has never been as sweet as when I was 4 years old. "

Another confessed: "I ate the last cookie, although I did not like it because I knew you knew it."

Many people who write on Twitter under the hashtag #HowITookRevenge admitted sabotaging the person who hurt them in food and drink

Many people who write on Twitter under the hashtag #HowITookRevenge admitted sabotaging the person who hurt them in food and drink

Many people who write on Twitter under the hashtag #HowITookRevenge admitted sabotaging the person who hurt them in food and drink

Others claimed that disturbing the peace of those who had bothered them was the best revenge with which they had gotten their way, while many chose to sell anything of importance to the person.

One person said: #HowITookRevenge, I sold everything I loved on eBay.

Speaking under the handle "Kittlekaresless", a Twitter user confessed to having registered his victim until the early morning visits of Jehovah's Witnesses.

She said: I've signed them up for visits by Jehovah's Witnesses: the preferred time is 7 a.m. Saturdays # HowITookRevenge & # 39;

Others disturbed the peace of the person who bothered them to try their own medicine, writing on Twitter under the hashtag #HowITookRevenge

Others disturbed the peace of the person who bothered them to try their own medicine, writing on Twitter under the hashtag #HowITookRevenge

Others disturbed the peace of the person who bothered them to try their own medicine, writing on Twitter under the hashtag #HowITookRevenge

Others disturbed the peace of the person who was bothering them to try their own medicine.

Several Twitter users prided themselves on using public humiliation as an opportunity for revenge.

One person said that they managed to get her husband to buy a new dryer by putting wet clothes on the motorcycle.

She said: "Once my husband came home with a Honda CR250 racing motorcycle and we were young and poor, the dryer did not work, I took all his wet clothes and put them on that motorcycle and told him they could walk around the property and dry it themselves (had a dryer in 30 min) #HowITookRevenge. & # 39;

Another wrote: "I sent your boss a lot of your nudes … You're fucked or you're going to get a promotion … #HowITookRevenge".

Several Twitter users sought public humiliation as the best form of revenge: from firing the person who mistreated them to getting married, writing on Twitter with the hashtag #HowITookRevenge.

Several Twitter users sought public humiliation as the best form of revenge: from firing the person who mistreated them to getting married, writing on Twitter with the hashtag #HowITookRevenge.

Several Twitter users sought public humiliation as the best form of revenge: from firing the person who mistreated them to getting married, writing on Twitter with the hashtag #HowITookRevenge.

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