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An Evil Guide to Make Your Ex Jealous on Facebook!
Do It Online
Do You CyberStalk?
How many time have you caught yourself constantly checking out your ex's facebook page a day?
The Click of the Mouse...
A Slap in the Face-Book!
Okay, so things went a bit overboard and things are not the same now, not even better. For whatever causes, things did not stay as beautiful as it was when you were still an item. And perhaps, making your ex jealous is the next thing you want to do now that you have broken up. One of the best tools used for such purpose is the Internet.
Other than valuable information, chatting, pornography, and stalking, the World Wide Web is an excellent source for making an ex jealous. This is mostly made possible through Facebook.
What is Facebook?
Facebook is a social networking website which million individuals are taking part in. Its popularity is growing. In here, people meet new friends, get in touch with old ones, and find their future partner in life. Adding to its mounting services is making an ex boyfriend or ex girlfriend jealous. Of course, this is to say that both you and your ex have Facebook profiles.
To begin with, always remember not to post status updates on Facebook about your miseries or sadness, no matter how lonely you are feeling. This is not good for you. The same is also said with posting about how much you enjoyed or how happy or excited you are about being single again. It will only look unnatural and you will appear to be just pretending to be happy. So what should you take as an initial step?
A Picture's Worth a Thousand Words
Say it through pictures. You go out, hang out with your good friends and take pictures with them. Make sure in those pictures you are happily smiling. Consider it a bonus if your ex's friends see you looking absolutely great and happy.
Another strategy is writing jokes into common friends' walls without bothering to mention your ex. Make it look like you do not think about her or him anymore. You may also attend several functions and join in any picture taking as much as you can. Consider yourself as the one giving life to the party. And every time you mingle with your mutual friends, never mention his or her name so that when your ex will ask your friends about it, they will say "no" and your ex's ego will be badly bruised.
Status? I'm Busy!?
Next, remove any status you have in your Facebook profile. This is mind boggling especially if you previously set it as "single." Changing it to nothing will conjure the notion that perhaps you are not single anymore. Don't you think this is enough reason for an ex to be jealous?
By then, maybe your ex has been asking around about you. It's pretty obvious that your pictures have served their purpose. And for the final blow, pretend to be in search of a new job to some distant location and that you will not be online for a while. The thought of not being able to communicate of hear from you may not be pleasing for your ex. So, he or she will contact you to find out for sure that you have not moved on. Perhaps, he or she will call you and will invite your for a drink or to have lunch maybe just to catch up. Why is he or she will be acting as such? It is because your ex is jealous and curious and maybe he or she has realized what a terrible mistake he or she had made.
Big thanks to Facebook and the World Wide Web. Because of technology's contribution for the betterment of human relationships, now your ex is back, or better yet, wants you back.