What is the Best Revenge you could do to your Husband's Mistress?
have sex with her and make him watch
Give her you husband. Any many who cheats is a booby prize.
There is an area called Answers. I think this is where your posts belong
move on and have a good life hehe, better than they have -- dont bother with it
You are absolutely right, but why you move on quietly. Can't the betrayed have some fun with the missy. I would take an add in a paper under the "personals" which will suit her kind, and to keep her really busy. You can publish under Public Announcements: and add for warning; happily married wives stay away from the likes of the Missy, who is prone to fornicating without a license (a marriage licenses that is) and violating other's licenses. Then you pack up and move to another, State. If caught, you can always claim temporary insanity.
That sounded like an appropriate answer for such a lame question.
Let her have him.
Become her lover and then dump her
Its your husband that you need to sort out - the mistress is just a symptom of whatever is wrong in your relationship
You mean to say mistress in an outcome of mistrust?!
I do not agree, individuals need to start respecting the legality of a marriage license. If someone knowingly decides to fornicate someone's husband or wife, then that someone is infringing into a legal agreement by means of an illegally unauthorized relationship. I am referring to the legitimacy of a legal agreement which is sealed and registered in a court. Therefore, the husband or the wife who enters in such an activity is also violating a legal agreement and their rights under that agreement ought to be forfeited. If married people want to enter into a different relationship than that of their spouse, they should terminate the agreement and move on to the next relationship. This is more painful when there are children in the middle and the truth is that quite often the betrayed party has to deal the pain inflected by the cheater and has to suck it up because of the kids. That tears your guts apart. Many betrayed partners move on and let it be, while the mistress or the mister go on to enjoy the profits of the cheater spouse savings that truly belong to his/her kids. I wish that the law would allow you to suit personality someone who sexually engages with another who is in a marriage agreement. That will make people think twice before they let their libido take hold of their head.
Let her have him! It works, because she thinks she has what she wants, then he gets a mistress! I have had friends who did this, and they lived happily ever after watching the new wife constantly terrified that her husband had a mistress turn into a shrew! So he went and got a new mistress!
I'm right there with you... If you're going to do anything to her, let her have him and all the miserable baggage that comes with him. She'll soon find that actually living with him is soooooooooooooo not the same as having an affair with him and always seeing him at his best.
My husband will stray every so often and I always ask him how long does he think his girlfriend would keep him if she knew what he was really all about.
Meet with her and give her his toys ...such as: Adult diapers, large baby bottle, a paddle his mommy use to spank him with, dual nipple pacifier,etc. Give her oral sex tips (he loves being bitten hard) because you just want him to be happy.
Then....max out his credit cards and lawyer up.
let her have him they deserve each other... and ..he will do it to her too or she may end up cheating on him~so bleah to both of them
Do absolutely nothing to her. Be happy and go on with your life: without him if you choose.
In some cultures the wife pours acid all over the mistress, but in the U.S. you'd wind up in jail. To be serious, I believe with the others 1) blame your husband, not his mistress, and 2) just walk away, or 3) if you really want to be mature, you can work to resolve the underlying problems within your marriage.
nothing..... because you are better than that.. walk away say not a word. Keep your head up high . :-) ...ofcourse divorce him the %^^^^^3
Nothing. Let him go and in the long run you will be better off. Why does everyone woman blame something on another woman. When its the man who can be deceitful? The same applies for women cheating on their men.
The best revenge you can inflict on your husband's mistress is let her have him.
I always said about my ex's girlfriends: Take him with my blessings, he will do more damage by loving you then I could ever do by hating you.
I have nothing but pity for the women that have ended up with him.
I was about to say earlier but thought I might sound a bit Cynical "Dump him, let her deal with the problem and his issues, can't think of any greater revenge"
It's not cynical, it's bitter
Really, he was an abusive asshat and I doubt that he's changed. I would feel sympathy for his girlfriend rather than pity, but she's been such a witch towards me (probably because of his "she was a big meany and I was just a poor innocent victim" crap) that pity is all I can muster.
I didn't mean that I thought you were cynical Melissa, but I was being cynical. I don't believe in revenge, although, there have been times in the past where it has crossed my mind. It takes some strength to fight those feelings though, eh? When you posted, I recognized a woman that's "been there" And, sometimes, people just have to have "been there" themselves, to recognize a manipulative shit, when they see one.
I'm glad you said 'people . . who have been there' and not 'women who have been there . . '
You are so well balanced I am beginning to think you do not belong in these threads
Ahh, thank you kind recommend, but apparently I am very, very bitter. I do not get up until lunch time, I'm unemployed, need to get a life and stop bullying people in forums Or so I was told in another thread. :lol;
I thought it WAS well-balanced to bully people in the forums... demmit, I've been doing it wrong.
(You are pretty awesome Hollie)
Telling people the truth can do that I find - I get shouted at also but then I am bitter and I do bully people in the forums
I note that the current crop of fundies all take this line at the moment, normally it woudld seem with one avatar pretending innoccent hurt and its sock puppet avatyar telling me I am a sock puppet
I find telling people the truth, asking for evidence, or generally behaving like an adult, causes so much offence that it's laughable (not really a bit tragic) Anyway, if what we say is bullying and abusive, then I'm a proud bullying and abusive person. And I know that you Melissa and recommend1, are also proud, bullying and abusive people, too. ( you're both awesome)
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