8 Random Acts of Ruthless Car Revenge
As Mr.Spock once said “revenge is a dish best served cold.” The people who dished out their revenge on someone else’s car were stone cold, that’s for sure.
Not only was this individual able to vent his frustration via a somewhat clever note, but he also found a use for the condom that he’d been keeping in his wallet since sophomore year of high school.
You have to wonder at this attempt at friendly humor combined with a little sarcasm worked, or whether the next day the note writer’s car had the word “idiot” spray painted all over it.
If you’re Rosa Alonso, and your name had been painted on the side of a Chevrolet pickup, I would suggest you a) change your name b) move out of Port Arthur and c) probably do both.
I wonder if when Dave told his girlfriend that his wife and kids said “Hi” he mentioned that he’s now broke.
Most revenge seems to be exacted on the exterior of vehicles. Here’s an example of how to destroy the interior of the car, perhaps inflicting even greater financial damage. What’s interesting about this photo is that the soda can is clean – no paint – which seems to indicate the owner continued to drive the car with its new two-tone interior.
Fireworks are readily available and frequently set-off in China, sometimes to exact revenge on a rival’s car.
Apparently this Red Robin doesn’t offer valet parking so the Corvette owner parked in the two closest spaces. His friend must have seen his car and thought he’d join him at RR for a tasty burger and a brew or two and figured he wouldn’t mind sharing his parking space(s). Or the Jeep owner was pissed the Corvette owner took two spots. But I like the first version better.
Apparently this Russian gentleman’s neighbor was a serial parking nuisance. Every time the gentleman went to retrieve his car it was blocked in by his neighbor. So to teach his neighbor a lesson, the gentleman filled his neighbor’s car with concrete. I hope the gentleman moved his own car first, because moving a car filled with concrete, now weighing about 5000 lbs., would sort of defeat the purpose.
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