Woman Lives Out Revenge Fantasy, Shames Cheating Partner With a Big-Ass Billboard

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They say that when you're upset with someone, it sometimes helps to put your feelings down in a letter, wait a day for your mood to calm down and then decide if you want to send it. What most people don't know is that this advice can be slightly modified: If you're upset with someone, write it down and then turn whatever you wrote into a gigantic billboard that whoever you're mad at will have to drive past every day on their way to work. Hey, we all have our coping mechanisms.

A Greensboro, N.C. woman chose the latter after discovering that her partner Michael had been less than faithful. On bright red billboard, the woman announced:

Michael —
GPS tracker — $250, Nikon camera with zoom lens — $1600, Catching my LYING HUSBAND and buying this billboard with our investment account - Priceless.
Tell Jessica you're moving in!
– Jennifer.


Sure, it's a little derivative, but revenge, not creativity, is Jennifer's strong suit.

Also: a GPS tracker and a Nikon camera with a zoom lens? Do you think this lady donated to the Veronica Mars Kickstarter?

Wife Puts Up Nasty Billboard to Get Revenge on Cheating Husband
A wife's billboard revenge on Battleground Ave. [Fox 8]

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This is nice and all, but if you really want to skewer your cheating partner and crank up the shame by doing it in front of people who actually know him/her, there's a way to do it that's 100% free: Facebook.

A friend of mine walked in on her boyfriend in the act, a betrayal from completely out of the blue. She yelled at them, left, and, in the heat of the moment, wrote a FB status along the lines of: "S———- H———- is a cheating piece of shit and I just walked in on him fucking L———- C————". A little much? Maybe. But IT. WAS. SCANDALOUS. With one click, all of their mutual friends knew, and there was nothing he could do about it. Considering the popular and annoying trend of passive-aggressive "you-know-who-you-are" weakshit updates, I kind of had to applaud her for just going straight for the jugular.