Is your ex-boyfriend or ex-husband an asshole? In this day and age, there's no need to go Lorena Bobbitt on him, the Singapore laws are way too harsh so you would never get away with chopping your man's penis off while he's asleep. You can however, use the Internet for revenge. Here are a few examples in which women have used the internet ingenuously for revenge on their exes.
Revenge 1: The YouTube Video
In 2008, a fuming woman in the UK used YouTube to show just how far she was willing to go to get back at an ex. The woman (username: "Costacarta") appears in a video clip in her underwear next to a hot man (a gigolo?). "Hi, John. You've cheated on me once and now it's payback time." The video, which has since been removed from the web, concludes "We're going to have sex now and you're not going to watch".
While that video was bordering on the extreme, and in the Singapore context, probably not legal, you can still use youtube to broadcast a shocking message to your ex. I suggest using a video to reveal evidence of your cheating bf. That way, the first time he watches it will be the first time he realises he's busted! Send to all his friends too!
This is another video on a dude taking his revenge on his ex-girlfriend.
Revenge 2: Sell on E-Bay
Upon finding her husband had been cheating, a woman in Australia took to eBay to get her vengeance. The wife of 22 years listed an empty condom wrapper and pair of panties on the auction site, complete with the full, explicit story of how she found them in her bed after coming home from work early. According to the listing, which described the panties as "size humongous," the man claimed he was a closet transvestite and that he'd used the "size small" condom to fish his fallen phone out of the toilet (yeah right). The auction fetched bids as high as $242.
I think E-Bay is a perfectly suitable place to hock stuff that your ex gave you. Instead of throwing or hiding all of those memories, what better way to get over someone than making money off those stuff?!
Revenge 3: Facebook Hack
A New Zealand man logged onto his ex-girlfriend's Facebook account, published a naked photo of her and then changed her privacy settings so the whole world could see it. Worse still, he also altered the girl's password so she couldn't take down the naked picture quickly.
Most of us have access to our partner's Facebook accounts as a couple, yet most of us do not think to change our passwords once we have broken up. I remember still being able to log in to my ex bf's emails through my laptop because his password was stored in my computer. The facebook hack is an easy way to embarrass your ex. I don't suggest posting their naked pictures, but perhaps you can take your revenge by posting all the ugly unflattering pictures of them.
Or you could do this:
Revenge 4: Site Specific Revenge
Believe it or not, there are websites dedicated to getting revenge on exes. One such site is Jerk.com on which people can upload pictures and info on Jerks (male and female) that they have met before. This serves like a public service so other people will be warned about these jerks who exist, but mostly, I think it's a great avenue to purge all that negativity and anger you have towards your ex.
So, the next time you're a woman scorned, don't pick a big argument and start screaming (or wore still... crying) at him in public. Just keep your cool, get creative and look to the internet for the ultimate revenge.