(Although it IS a friggin’ awesome one)
My next foray into justice-seeking came on the heels of his engagement to some dingdong who apparently didn’t know he picked up trash off websites like “adultfriendfinder,” where he advertised for “1-on-1 or group sex” (it didn’t occur to me that he may have met her on one of them, LOL). So, being the Good Samaritan I am, I proceeded to inform her of some choice details via Facebook message. Then she was like, “What? Seriously? Gross; I’m dumping him.” Not really, not a chance. She blocked me and married him. Like Ashley Hebert on The Bachelorette: if she wants Bentley, she can have him.
You were warned, dumbass...
What I love about the show Revenge is that it encapsulates the inherently flawed logic of trying to settle the score. Amanda Clark (aka Emily, the main character) is hell-bent on ruining lives in her pursuit of vengeance for her father’s life, which was destroyed. In so doing, she squashes her own joy and loses out on love. With revenge, attainment of the goal simultaneously annihilates one’s own opportunities for happiness.