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Revenge sweet revenge

By on Nov 15, 2008 | 6 comments

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I read Donald Trump’s “Think Big and Kick Ass”. Donald Trump says if someone screws you, screw them back 15 times harder.

I agree.

I’ve a list of < 10 people who I’d like to screw and make their life miserable, if I get a chance. I’m not in touch with them and ‘m not going to be proactive in spotting an opportunity to screw them, but if I ever get a chance, I won’t let it go either. Revenge is sweet, but I’m not too sure if I should be ‘like that’ in life.

Let me tell you an incidence. There was this person I called 4-5 times, because I knew he could have helped me with something. Every time, he’d say “I’m bit busy, I’ll call you later”, but never called back. I realized I was being avoided – for no reason.

Then after few months, the same person needed my help. He called me and I was prompt enough to say “I’m bit busy, I’ll call you later” and never called. Revenge is sweet, you’ll have to agree with me.

My take on revenge is very simple. There are people who screw you, so if you can, screw them. Its fair deal, I think.

So my question to you is, if you are in a position to screw the person who was bad with you in past, should you screw the person or just be nice?

[PS: Think for some time before you post your answer.]

The Big K


  1. kidakaka

    November 17, 2008

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    Vendetta should be left to action heroes. In real life you can always do the wrong thing and feel the sweet revenge or the right thing and help out the poor sod. The least that poor sod deserves is a reason why you chose not to help him.

  2. parry

    November 19, 2008

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    Wel all i can say bout the revenge thing is that one has to be more tactful in dealing with the situation one finds oneself in. Its easy to take a revenge as one has just to apply the tit for tat formula but i dont think life works this way. all that matters is how it all turns out. i agree with the comment of not forgetting thou names. and being nice leaves the game open. infact have u thought bout the possiblity of taking a revenge without even making the other person know bout it 😀

  3. The Big K

    November 19, 2008

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    “infact have u thought bout the possiblity of taking a revenge without even making the other person know bout it :D”

    Didn’t get that line.

    My view is very simple. If someone was bad to you by choice, you’ve absolutely all rights to be bad with him/her.

    Life is just too short to be nice with everyone!

  4. mahul

    November 20, 2008

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    Do you know when a person feels most squashed? When someone else whom he has harmed once gets an opportunity and does not. Not everyone is worthy of my animosity. When I’m hurting someone cause he did the same once, I’m also proving that I was badly hurt by what he did. That’s all, it’s just one way of looking at it.

  5. bluediamond

    November 27, 2008

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    me not so intelligent to take a sweet revenge n all… i don’t think i could take revenge, but he/she may not get my hospitality ever after i suppose, atleast from the heart…

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