12/14/99 "When I discovered my ex-husband was for sure going out of me, I went into action. He was going on a "business trip" with his new 10 year younger love. They spent the night at her house and packed his car the night before. I took their luggage out of the car and spent most of the night rolling poison ivy into each article of clothing. I'm not sure how you can get poison ivy out of a $ 300 pair of leather high heels without ruining them. lol. I also put some on the car seats, etc. hehehehehe. Both came home w/ rashes. I also was able to obtain a key to her house. That's entirely another story regarding what I did w/ it. I'll tell you if you wish in a later e-mail."
Confettimail is 'alternative confetti', each piece of our revenge variety is printed with an insult on either side..
Imagine the pleasure of sprinkling hundreds of our 'lying cheating bastards' over and in the belongings of someone who is, just that.
*grin* Keep it to Yourself by Amy Rigby
Took Him Back To Wal-Mart
My husband and I fought constantly,
Why I married him, I'll never know.
For all those miserable years I said,
My hubby's got to go!
Tried poisoning cakes, stripping his brakes,
Salting his pork chops with lime.
Wiring his chair, igniting his hair,
Even though arson's a crime.
But I failed at each plot
'til I suddenly thought
Of a way that would set me free!
I got rid of him for good and, know what?
They couldn't do a thing to me!
I took him back to Wal-Mart!
They'll take anything back you know!
They said they couldn't recall selling him,
But they must have if I said so.
They just credited him to my Visa and said,
"Ya'll come back now, 'ya hear?"
They were so nice, polite, pleasant and insistent,
I'll take back his mother next year!
They'll take anything back at Wal-Mart,
Though it's broken or rotten or sweet.
And know what else? This time of year
You don't even need a receipt!
I LOVE WAL-MART!