|March 23, 2004|
What is your wickedest revenge plan?
In grade nine I replaced the label on a can of bug spray with that of a spray-on deodorant to get back at girls in my gym class who always used other people's hygiene products. It worked too!
I haven't had such a plan in a long time. Like Jr. High.
I don't remember ever having one... I'm just not evil enough - I need to work on that!
One of the complications of acquiring stepsons was that their mother was far more interested in games playing than in raising respectable human beings. She had the children for Easter weekend--although they spent most of that weekend sitting home alone because of her social schedule. I arranged drop-off Easter baskets with jelly beans and candy eggs and large ontainers of "Slime" a delightful and popular toy of the '70's that was Banned in both Schools and Day Care Centers because of the potential mess.
I don't have any plans for revenge. Life is too short to have such negative thoughts. I don't have time to give to that kind of stuff.
I've generally found that life itself provides better revenge than I could have imagined.
Don't think I have one. Sorry to be boring.
this is truly terrible! My father remarried when I was about 12 years
old. My sister and I hated his new wife and the fact that we had to go
live with them and abide by HER rules (which, by the way were many). One
of the tasks we hated most was setting the dinner table. My step mother
wanted it set PRECISELY, fork, spoon, knife blah, blah, blah each in it's
correct position. If anything was out of place, we had to take every item
off the table and start from scratch.