Someone on AskReddit got a thread going on the ways that workers managed to get their bosses fired. The workplace can stir up some serious dramas, and sometimes people need to go, regardless of their positions in a company. These cases blend together all kinds of satisfying tales that sometimes border on those cases of pro revenge that we've come to enjoy.
This customer was having none of the shady antics, real or not, from AT&T. Sounds like the scenario involved some lies, some false marks on the credit, and ultimately manifested in the customer getting services switched off of AT&T, which cost the company thousands of dollars. Ouch, indeed.
Ah, yes, a sweet and delicious petty revenge tale. This entitled neighbor's antics ended up backfiring on him in the best way. Just picturing the dude's frustrated, impatience while his car was blocked in is enough to put a smile on the face. Should've just been a kind neighbor from the start.
Ah, a good old fashioned nuclear revenge. This guy thought he'd just go ahead and park in a reserved handicapped spot with no consequences. Well oh well, he thought wrong indeed. Sounds like the neighborhood banded together to show the guy that his entitlement and rude behavior was not welcomed. Eventually, this manifests in the dude selling his house at an apparent $90K loss. Ouch.
Check out another time a nuclear revenge occurred, with this neighbor who hammered nails into a family's fence, so they "redecorated" the neighbor's garden.
Wow, this Tumblr thread featuring the tale of an Ultima Online gamer who took the ultimate petty revenge, is art. The obsessive attention to detail, and dedication toward enacting complete utter destruction on other gamers' players should be in the Hall of Fame for gamer revenges. Whether it's real or not, let's just maybe choose to believe that this actually happened. It's too good.
Wow, this is one of the best parts about the world of Tumblr. The dedication from fans to analyze the tiniest of details in various films. In this case, we're dealing with Captain America: The First Avenger. The thread looks at why Steve was staring so intently at the "nurse" who came in to check on him. The jokes suggest he was checking her out after taking a long snooze. While this thread says that Steve was observing the mistakes present in the nurse's getup. From there, it's suggested that Nick Fury did it intentionally. That sly genius, indeed.