100 ways to get revenge against your neighbor – Evil Revenge

You should be able to think of 100 ways to get revenge against your neighbors. You don’t need to continue to listen to their threats or harassment any longer.

 

A friend of mine (I’ll just call him, John), had a real neighbor from hell a few years ago. He said that the neighbor was a real asshole. He would search for the tiniest infraction against anyone on the block, so he could call the police, or other authorities.

 

John says that the guy’s wife was really kind, but she was always under the watchful eye of her husband, and dared not open her mouth against him.

 

So, John plotted different ways to get revenge against the guy. He had as much information on that he could get. He knew, who his family members were. He knew where the old guy still worked, and he also knew that this guy had many enemies that he could also target and blame his neighbor.

 

However, he wanted his attack to be devastating.

 

One thing John noticed was that his neighbor had a poodle that made him feel like a little kid. The old guy would always take the dog walking, and would play with the dog in the yard with a ball. Although the dog barked at strangers, it was very friendly and quiet to other neighbors that it saw all of the time.

 

John knew that if he could somehow get this dog away from the house, he could take the dog and hide it somewhere else. So, John began giving the dog little treats every time he would see it, and literally had the dog eating out of his hand.

 

One evening, the dog was outside the house and it was getting dark. The neighbor and his wife had gone out. So, John decided to make his move. He took the dog and drove off with the dog in his truck.

 

He drove about 100 miles from home, and left the dog at a rest area off the highway.

 

End of revenge story, right? Wrong. Actually, John considered this Phase 1.

 

Back in the neighborhood, the old neighbor was searching everywhere for the dog. Although, he hardly talked with any of the neighbors. He was actually going door to door asking anyone if they had seen his poodle. He even put up fliers around the city in search of his dog, even offering a small reward.

 

John had prepared this revenge in advance. He took photos of the dog with a digital camera, and even recorded the sound of the dog barking. The dog had a distinctive bark that the neighbor would easily recognize.

 

So, John started calling the guy from payphones at night. He was also using phone spoofing, and had the calls coming from numbers in a nearby town. When he hear his neighbor on the phone, he would put the digital recording that he had made of the dog up to the mouthpiece, so the guy could hear the animal barking. He started doing this once a week for about a month. The neighbor was feeling the effect of the harassment, and thought someone might be holding his dog hostage.

 

John then began to mess with his neighbor’s mind even more. He took some of the photos that he had made of the dog, and used a remailing service on the other side of the country, and started mailing his neighbor with the photos. He wrote and told his neighbor that he shouldn’t worry, because he was taking good care of his dog.

 

In his final letter to his neighbor, he finally wrote that he could no longer afford to take care of the poodle. He said he was now trying to decide if he should just give the dog to a shelter, where they would probably eventually put it to sleep if they couldn’t find a new owner soon enough, or if he should just give it a whack in the back of the head with a baseball bat. He continued to say that he didn’t know which was more humane.

 

In the end, he finally knew that he had gotten revenge against his neighbor. The old guy was now a different looking and acting man. Perhaps, in his heart, he knew that what happened to his poodle might have been the result of how he treated other people.

 

Since then, John has phoned the neighbor twice. Both times were on the anniversary of the dog’s disappearance. Each time he played the sounds of his poodle barking into the voice recorder.

 

Maybe you have neighbors that have dogs that bark all hours of the night, or cats that meow outside your door. There are many ways to deal with them. You don’t even need to physically harm the animal, just relocate them. Or, send an anonymous message to your neighbors that if you catch their animal alone outside their house, you’re going to poison it. Wait a few days or a week, and then drop an empty package of rat poison outside their home. They’ll get the message, and they will think that their pet might have taken some of the poison and spend their hard-earned money on vet bills. Or, they might be afraid to let their pet outside again.

 

There are 100 ways to get revenge against your neighbors. All it takes is a little planning, and try to find out what their weak spot is, and deal with them.

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