Seeing your enemy swaggering, I just want to do something
May 30, 2012 8:13pm CST
There was a friend of mine, and since he con me a lot of money, he no longer my friend, and now he is No. 1 enemy of my list. I didn't have a list of enemies, but he is the only one I got. I work with this guy and we were dreamily start a business. He is good with financial, so I let him handle the money. At the end, I just knew that he con me some thousands of dollars, and there is no way I can prove that it is a scam. Now, I have to suck up the debt, since the credit card was under my name. We no longer friend, and he is free of all these debts and hassle. Today, I saw him swaggering into our department and talking to our team leaders with joke. I ready want to go up there to kick his a*s when I saw his smirk. Now I hate him to my gut, but I couldn't do anything about it. How fair is that?
• Pamplona, Spain
1 Jun 12
Hiya KP, Although that has to hurt seeing him be like that in such a boasting manner its only going to hurt you more in the end to make him your enemy than what it would hurt him. Try to get on with your own life and like someone else mentions what he has got coming to him will get to him sooner or maybe later maybe in another time. I know it´s alright for me to talk when I am not in that situation. Is there no way you can take him to Court this is what I don´t understand altogether about that situation. Maybe that way you can be relieved of any debt that he has helped to put you into. Hope I´m getting this right.xxx
• United States
31 May 12
Hello friend I must say that part of me agrees with two other of the responders on this discussion. Why waste your time worrying about this thief so that your own life is dragged down into the depths of despair? If you spend all of your energy worrying about this low-life, and simply hating him, it will be self destructive. Definately not worth all that. However, another part of me recognizes the therapy involved in plotting a well planned revenge. There are ways to topple a person, legally. You could set him up in your own way, destroying his life and all that he holds dear so that he wishes the earth would open and swallow him. That could be fun. ;)
• United States
31 May 12
kingparker, this is a devastating story, but i have to agree with the advice of your friend captainjack here, there is no legal revenge recourse...and to remind you of the old adage, living well is the best revenge...you have a lot of passionate anger against this horrible enemy and this is understandable. but you are wasting so much of your personal energy on this creep who doesn't deserve it or you...take all that passionate hatred you have and turn it into good energy....do something for yourself, how you can best repay this horrible person is to be happy and satisfied yourself....he will hate it! and then you can have the last laugh.HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!