Revenge Of The Scorned Lovers: 5 Reasons Why Destroying A Cheater’s Possessions Is Wrong
During the course of our lives we will meet individuals who will bring us joy and pain. You will meet your fair share of Judases in your time, and this is completely evident on the dating scene. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, and Instagram proved it the other day. A young lady posted pictures of her fine work, when she totalled an ex boyfriends car for cheating on her:
Now, I ain’t one to tell people how to live life, but some stuff is too far! Once you get pushed to this brink, all bets are off. As good as revenge may feel, and as tempting as it may be to express your frustration in physical form, there are many reasons why cooler heads should prevail. Don’t let Jazmine Sullivan and Kelis hype you to do no good! Check out the 5 reasons you shouldn’t go down this route.
You would think this is an obvious deterrent against destroying someone’s property, but if that was the case then crime would be extinct. I really don’t get the fascination with performing acts of ratchetness and putting it on a social media network. Yeah, I understand the thrill of the act, and the desire to publicly humiliate the person(s) who did you dirty, but that’s clear evidence against you! No judge or cop is going to dap you up for setting a mans car on fire! We live in a litigious society nowadays, where people watch court shows and think they have better odds to be rich via lawyer than via lottery. We saw this in a case of a young lady who beat the hell out of another woman for “talking s**t about her on twitter”. Needless to say she got locked up quick! When we act impulsively, we forget about the consequences of our actions. Don’t end up in jail because of a Facebook photo.