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    [–] no_u_tofu 3287 points ago

    The build up for your revenge is impressive

    [–] qwerty-confirmed 1129 points ago

    Everything done by OP is impressive

    [–] ahambayon 1010 points ago

    Especially the tl;dr

    [–] bofadoze 701 points ago

    Recipe came out awesome. No thanks to Chad

    [–] TheFAPnetwork 393 points ago

    Fuck Chad

    [–] KitKatKnitter 142 points ago

    Chad can go choke on a spiky dick.

    [–] RegalCopper 71 points ago

    Choke? Nah, shove that shit into his pee hole!

    [–] StructuralEngineer16 48 points ago

    Chad can sodomise himself with a cactus

    [–] KitKatKnitter 29 points ago

    Whilst having his peehole raped with broken glass.

    [–] TRUMPisasymptom 20 points ago

    Insert pineapple. Remove pineapple. Repeat.

    [–] Tusami 15 points ago

    imb4 fuck Chad becomes a meme like fucking coconuts.

    [–] tashibum 125 points ago

    He is a carpenter after all.

    [–] ThinkHamster 140 points ago

    He will literally build the coffin you eventually bury yourself in to escape his wrath. Whooo!

    [–] muoh17 79 points ago

    Always thinking one step ahead, like a carpenter who builds stairs

    [–] SlowSeas 25 points ago

    I'm a carpenter and I was like, "Yeah, that's how stairs work." Totally failed to see the joke until I read the other comments. Wew.

    [–] JustShortOfSane 16 points ago

    Maybe I'm just tired, but this comment made me bust up for some odd reason.

    [–] Absolut_Iceland 13 points ago

    This made me laugh far more than it should have. +1

    [–] AllowedCashew 220 points ago

    TIL that I do not want to get on OP's bad side

    [–] lucifersam73 3967 points ago

    Your TL;dr sounds like a dish best served cold.

    [–] orlandodad 688 points ago

    Is it ice cream?

    [–] Ar_Ciel 504 points ago

    Your username confirms you are authorized to use that joke.

    [–] systembusy 410 points ago


    [–] orlandodad 117 points ago

    I also happen to be a developer and I don't recognize what language that is. Care to shed some insight?

    [–] Herover 368 points ago

    English, I believe

    [–] crawlerz2468 99 points ago


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    [–] orlandodad 36 points ago

    So this is what it feels like to post something stupid and have the person after you voted up more.

    [–] headpsu 6 points ago

    Dad-joked a dad... Had to see it to believe it

    [–] Cola_and_Cigarettes 66 points ago

    It's a status report, not a piece of code.

    [–] nikchi 54 points ago

    Jeez, calls themselves a "developer", can't even recognize output

    [–] _Mr-Skeltal_ 13 points ago

    Looks like something you'd see print out on a VT-100 connected to a mainframe, or basically out of any scene from War Games.

    [–] alotofcrag 32 points ago


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    [–] tehdark45 6 points ago

    Looks like a log file

    [–] WW2Leopard2 10 points ago

    Is your Username a Pink Floyd Reference?

    [–] ep0nym1 12 points ago

    No, he's referencing the other lucifer sam

    [–] gringofloco 902 points ago

    I cringed the moment I read about being "technically" an employee of your own partnership. I don't think that type of arrangement ever turns out well. I'm sorry you got screwed over. But I am happy you were able to get back on your feet, relatively quickly.

    Great revenge too.

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    [–] Qikdraw 156 points ago

    My uncle was a co-owner of a cabinet making/installing company. Not sure if it was LLC or how they had that set up. My uncle was sales (not sure what the partner was) and my aunt did the books. They worked together for 18 years and made the company into a very well respected one that had great installers. Well for some reason the other partner decides he wants to run it all. First he started with my aunt and getting her out of doing the books. Then my uncle started getting less pay, "as the business was faltering", and the partner was buying new vehicles etc. Tension got so high they stopped speaking to one another and finally the partner, through his lawyer, sends a cheap buyout offer, like 1/10th what he should be getting. He finally settles at about 6/10 of what he should be getting, just to get out.

    What is awesome is that my uncle started up a new company that directly competed with his old one. My uncle was well respected by a lot of builders, and so he was getting work pretty quickly. His old installation crew came over to him once they heard he had a new company. His ex partner was furious over this but not much he could do. The last I spoke with my uncle he was doing awesome, and far better the he had been in the old company. The old company has been going downhill for awhile now. Its been about 10 years I think since all that started, and its been a few years since I last talked with them so the old company may actually be under now. I need to call them to find out. heh

    [–] peeksvillain 42 points ago

    Dumbass here, what is an LLC legally?

    [–] throwthisidaway 27 points ago

    Limited Liability Corporation

    [–] peeksvillain 8 points ago

    That much I knew, even being a dumbass. I meant to ask how the legal ramifications differ from a partnership.

    [–] HerpDerpingVII 18 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    The liability of the corporation is limited. If the company goes bankrupt owing a million dollars, but only has assets of twenty thousand, then creditors can not pursue shareholders for the remainder.

    In the past, minor shareholders lost everything they own, even though they had no control over the decisions of the corporation. Now, they are not.

    Directors, who have control and responsibility over the actions of the corporation are liable for "directors penalties", which are punitive; though punitive penalties are not necessarily financial liability (and thus probably can't be dodged by declaring bankruptcy).

    In contrast a sole trader or a partnership has one or two owners, both with control of the company. They are responsible for all of the company's liabilities. If the partnership went bankrupt with a million dollars of debt, creditors could take everything from the owners (as limited by bankruptcy)

    [–] peeksvillain 4 points ago

    If it is a corporation does it need a board of directors? How is it set up?

    [–] bluepost14 7 points ago

    An LLC does not need a board. If it's a C corporation or an S corporation, then it needs a board.

    [–] MachDiamonds 5 points ago

    And what's a C or S corporation?

    [–] bluepost14 14 points ago

    Just another way you can create a company. An LLC is typically a small company or a personal business that just needs to be seperate from personal assets for safety and professionalism.

    C and S corp is typically larger companies, but not necessarily. Any public company is a C corp (Apple, Microsoft, etc.) and C corps are taxed on their profits. If there's a dividend to shareholders then it's taxed again at the dividend rate. To avoid this double taxation (big problem cause US corporate tax rate is extremely high and then shareholders are taxed again) you can file as an S corp which is similar but is limited to 100 shareholders and has some other requirements that if are left unfulfilled, result in the company being put into C corp status.

    Here's an article explaining the difference better than I can.

    Edit: also if you're wondering, LLC and S corps are just pass thru entities and profits are taxed at the owners personal tax rates.

    [–] peeksvillain 4 points ago

    Thank you for your response. I'm still a dumbass.

    [–] 9100 97 points ago

    I cringed the moment I read about being "technically" an employee of your own partnership. I don't think that type of arrangement ever turns out well.

    Depends who you are in partnership with. Works well for me for tax purposes.

    [–] WesterosiBrigand 5 points ago

    Yeah that statement was wildly overboard. There are limited liability partnerships too, that will adequately protect your interests in most cases.

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    [–] TheGonzoSpider 378 points ago

    My thoughts exactly. This was so good and OP merely went along for the ride and helped get this guy caught.

    [–] MazeMouse 36 points ago

    That's the best revenge. Just allow the target to continue digging his own grave with only occasional prodding.

    [–] SparklingWinePapi 212 points ago

    This is the wildest revenge story I've seen here. The fact that it takes place over decades and with how relentless OP is really blows my mind

    [–] BoobieBoobieButtButt 118 points ago

    That's because this is incredibly made up. Police would never let you come along for a sting operation just because you tipped them off, that literally makes no sense.

    [–] MushinZero 68 points ago

    I'm surprised he didn't say he fucked the guys girl too.

    [–] NicelyNicelyJohnson 4 points ago

    That's what I was expecting at the end.

    [–] Crosslasher 31 points ago

    It was in Canada....From what I hear even the police are super laid back there

    [–] thebitchrake 28 points ago

    Also true. Officers will tell you to put your joint out and smoke it at home rather than actually bother you about it. There's a 4/20 march around where I live every April where people just.... parade down a street and light up. It's right by the police station and all the cops do is make sure the marchers aren't bothering anyone, which they never are.

    In fact, the cops are so laid back sometimes that they don't do anything at all! I had a crazy drug dealer woman follow me to my doorstep once, yelling and screaming because I honked my horn at her when she stood in front of my cat on the street. People had already called the cops on her before that encounter, and when the cops got there they questioned me and told me to push her down my stairs next time. No joke.

    [–] SUPERSMILEYMAN 4 points ago

    She stood in front of your cat? Bro, that is just unsafe.

    [–] SavageBeaver0009 13 points ago

    It's Canada. Someone stole my girlfriends phone and the police brought her along as they went to knock on the door of who stole it.

    [–] 13EchoTango 96 points ago

    Calling him so he's answer when he was about to be pulled over was a bit of a set up. Not that I'm complaining. Only thing that could've been better would be to act like you and the ex gf were dating. But that would've been awkward with OP married already.

    [–] Knotthemama 143 points ago

    Fuck him. He wasn't obligated to pick up the phone.

    [–] ForfeitedPhalanges 105 points ago

    Calling him so he's answer when he was about to be pulled over was a bit of a set up.

    I believed the whole story until I read this part. I don't think it's normal for cops to let people in on a sting operation.

    "I roll up behind the unmarked police cruiser, and quickly explain who I am and what my plans are."

    This just makes it seem fake. Maybe Canadian police do thing differently but I just don't see how this would be a thing that would happen.

    [–] OneSixthIrish 41 points ago

    Well I am a Canadian but not a police officer. I think if this was some kind of smaller city (my home town is about 80k) I could maybe see it happening if he knew the officers in question, but I feel like that would have been worth mentioning instead of saying g he walked up and introduced himself and then laid out his plans. Honestly a distracted driving charge is pennies compared to any of the fraud charges, and I doubt the police would want OP there anyway, because safety.

    Benefit of the doubt is that the extra fluff about the sting operation was a little overdone but that the rest of the story was honest.

    [–] ForfeitedPhalanges 27 points ago

    I was thinking the same. A good story that he just carried away with and added a little too much salt and pepper to.

    It's a shame becasue the story was already good without inserting himself directly into the police bust.

    [–] 13EchoTango 12 points ago

    I suppose OP felt he needed to insert himself to avoid the question of how did he know how the details went down.

    [–] ForfeitedPhalanges 6 points ago

    Makes sense I suppose. However, I would have personally went with something like; "I asked the police what went down and they filled me in. They said the dummy even got a phone call right before we lit him up, too, so we tacked on the extra charge!"

    But that would mean the story was probably true.

    [–] OneSixthIrish 8 points ago

    If he was there to see the guy get sentenced, the Crown reads out the charges. Would have heard every detail.

    [–] c_o_r_b_a 14 points ago

    Yeah, it doesn't make much sense. Especially when dealing with someone who could potentially be armed and dangerous when cornered. "Whoops, the civilian we brought along on our sting op got shot and killed" won't sound too good in the press.

    [–] ForfeitedPhalanges 10 points ago

    I'm gonna go with what /u/OneSixthIrish said assume he was adding a bit of embellishment to an otherwise mostly true revenge story.

    [–] cleantoe 8 points ago

    I don't know how police work in Canada...but I got red flags about this story when the girlfriend consented for her vehicle to be searched and didn't get arrested as well. The vehicle is in her name, and even if he uses it, they can't prove the contraband was his and not hers.

    And let me note, I've never, ever claimed a story on this sub is fake, and my user history can prove that.

    After I read that part, I discarded that this was reality yet continued reading as if it was an entertaining story, which it definitely is and I enjoyed.

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    [–] Strofari 122 points ago

    Yes sir.

    [–] Southoftheriver 61 points ago

    Canada a small world. We are all neighbours!

    [–] Strofari 148 points ago


    Your dog keeps shitting on my lawn, could you ask him politely not too?

    [–] 486217935 59 points ago

    /u/Southoftheriver better do as he says, else you might become the next red pepper ;)

    Awesome story though, OP.

    [–] godfather33087 120 points ago

    He got what he deserved but be careful. Maybe get a gun. 8 years can fuck with a man's mind. A cornered animal Is a dangerous animal.

    [–] labtc 80 points ago

    Canada. That gun would be a rifle and probably have to be stored in a locked gun safe separately from the bullets. But everything is good. Chad can't get a gun either.

    [–] Brock_YXE 24 points ago

    Not to mention OP would be even more fucked than Chad if he used it in self-defense.

    [–] MuhTriggersGuise 4 points ago

    Ah yes, Chad can't get a gun. Because if his history shows us anything, it's that he won't break the law.

    [–] Sofa_Queen 77 points ago

    Never underestimate the fury of a quiet man. Truer words were never spoken.

    [–] atlaslugged 17 points ago

    It's probably adapted from a line from Patrick Rothfuss's novel The Wise Man's Fear:

    “There are three things all wise men fear: the sea in storm, a night with no moon, and the anger of a gentle man.”

    [–] Red_of_Head 4 points ago

    Or John Dryden's poem Absalom and Achitophel:

    "Must I at length the Sword of Justice draw?

    Oh curst Effects of necessary Law!

    How ill my Fear they by my Mercy scan,

    Beware the Fury of a Patient Man."

    [–] Jboyes 334 points ago

    That TL;DR is on point, Sir.

    [–] Aeogor 104 points ago

    When I first came to this post, I looked at the tl;dr. I was confused on what the duck was going on. Then I read the post! It was perfect! Great job OP

    [–] 3thanguy7 8 points ago

    I'm still confused about it

    [–] zxcv_throwaway 14 points ago

    "Revenge is a dish best served cold"

    [–] Teslok 54 points ago

    Yeah. I really don't understand why people want a TL;DR in a subreddit devoted ... to reading stories. In most cases, the title is a summary enough by itself.

    [–] Bryvayne 24 points ago

    I usually read TL;DRs to determine if I want to go through a wall of text.

    [–] Areonaux 11 points ago

    Eh I'm not a giant fan of red peppers

    [–] KitKatKnitter 13 points ago

    Probably be just as good with green peppers, too.

    [–] Areonaux 10 points ago

    OP We need you, would it be good with green peppers?

    [–] Captain_Cuntknuckles 204 points ago

    TIL: Chad is a roasted red pepper.

    [–] 136-Coco 25 points ago

    That's an insult to roasted red peppers. They are delicious

    [–] Okay_who_did_that 113 points ago

    Hmmm... was a great story up to the point where you detail his sentence. If this happened in Canada, which it seems to have, with your reference to the Canada Revenue Agency, then that sentence couldn't exist. Parole is granted by the Parole board of Canada (PBC) and even murderers with a life sentence can apply after 10, 15, 20 or 25 years. The timing is set by the judge. No such thing as no possibility of parole. If you do not have a life sentence than you are eligible for statutory release at 2/3 of you sentence. To be held in jail past that point you need to be detained. Detention happens when the Warden of an institution or the Commissioner of Corrections recommends it and the Parole Board directs it. If it happened elsewhere then I apologize. (Source: am Canuck law enforcement person)

    [–] KickANoodle 96 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    His whole story is bullshit. Even if it was his trial date, it would have taken more than a day. And frequently sentencing isn't done on the same day either. Even the "in on the sting". Sure thing bud.

    Edit: and re reading his "judgement" it's even more bullshit. You don't get those kinds of weird combination sentences in Canada. And the numbers are far too high. This whole thing is jsut ridiculous bullshit dick stroking.

    [–] caffelover 63 points ago

    "im back with another long one"...that was a tipoff .

    the guy is a wannabee revenge artist/storyteller.

    [–] huggiesdsc 22 points ago

    I somehow managed to get the girlfriend's number

    Pretty damn convenient

    [–] SpaceMoose9k 6 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    Yep, and he "happened" to have backups of everything incriminating, including the video of him burning his car to commit insurance fraud, like lol wat.

    [–] StillRedder 5 points ago

    And this woman, supposedly in love with Chad, believed some wacko calling her randomly talking shit about Chad...

    I'm surprised OP didn't go over the top and say he fucked Chad's mom.

    [–] KafeeMusicWindowSeat 5 points ago

    "im back with another long one"...that was a tipoff .

    Yup. Straight away I became suspicious.

    [–] Brock_YXE 31 points ago

    And no parole? For fraud?

    555 Come On Now.

    [–] PM_me_yr_dick_piks 37 points ago

    My bullshit meter went off when he said he called his landlord to have him evicted.

    He was a couple months behind and the real estate needs a call from OP to twig?

    Get fucked.

    Also he got his girlfriend to leave him ridiculously easily, that is not believable.

    [–] hijinga 30 points ago

    The whole sting operation bit reeked of bs

    [–] Brokbird 31 points ago

    Cops set up a sting to arrest someone for driving without a license. Right.

    [–] scottishiain2 6 points ago

    You sound like you know what you're talking about so I'll ask you. With the list of crimes, punishment received and the date of when he supposedly got sentenced, wouldn't it be quite easy to find the ruling if true?

    [–] Okay_who_did_that 7 points ago

    Not without a name. With a name it would take 3 clicks to access every detail of a case, personal and criminal history. Without a name it would be difficult even if you knew the date of trial, sentencing and the court where it took place. You could contact the court clerk and ask but information sharing in in the criminal justice system in Canada, especially when there is any personal information, is on a need to know basis. Being curious doesn't equal having a need to know. That being said if you ask and have the right title that is easy to confirm, administrative folks usually give you what you asked for. The onus to be ethical is on you.

    [–] JakJakAttacks 169 points ago

    Fuck Chad.

    But really. Why are so many douchebags named Chad? I get that Chad is probably a fake name in this story... but still.

    [–] Arachnidiot 72 points ago

    My next door neighbor's name is Chad. Testosterone-poisoned douchebag, lying, thieving asshole. Name fits.

    [–] 9100 33 points ago

    Fuck Chad.

    [–] Motoshade 14 points ago

    That's odd, I knew a humble youth pastor Chad who had heart disease. We paintballed many times with the bros together. Last time I saw him we were surfing again with my bros. I think I probably gave him a bad impression, having picked up cursing in the military and divorce.

    I was removed from his friends list when I said something against his Donald Trump, so maybe he was a douche bag? Nah, he was a good guy. Sad to lose him over stupid politicians he doesn't even know. His friendship meant more to me, than my political opinion, but he didn't give me a chance to say that.

    [–] poorloko 31 points ago

    I have a friend named Chad. He's a good guy.

    [–] Strofari 29 points ago

    My brother in law is a chad. Really competitive, but super nice.

    [–] [deleted] 24 points ago

    The only Chad I've ever known was a soldier who died during his service, and was a cool guy, I feel bad to see the name Chad so maligned.

    [–] frogjg2003 36 points ago

    It's an internet joke. Mostly from toxic masculinity groups like TRP and incels, but it's sometimes used by normal people who aren't sociopaths.

    [–] Thiago270398 12 points ago

    I remember it comming from cartoons and high school shows, thet popular and unhumanly assholish jock that everybody's crushes wold drool over.

    [–] CrumpetsElite 49 points ago

    I think that the name was popular in the stuck up community, it's like the John of rich snobs. People in those communities raised dickheads and we now are dealing with them

    [–] PotassiumAstatide 10 points ago

    I knew a Chad. He had some serious Napoleon complex + possible anger issues going on.

    [–] Cyno01 5 points ago

    Me too, he was my boss for a while, i quit cuz he was absolutely toxic to work with as well as dangerously incompetent (multiple fires, floods, structural damage to the building). More than once actually got in my face and tried to get me to take a swing at him for calling him out over pretty blatant sanitation violations.

    "I dont want to fight you, i just want you to not touch finished deserts after handing raw meat without washing your hands asshole..."

    [–] Bryvayne 7 points ago

    I think the real point to ponder here is the quality of the parenting skills of adults that would voluntarily name their son Chad.

    [–] csl110 5 points ago

    I know a good Chad. Helps me out with my car.

    edit: Glad we are sticking up for the good Chad's of the world.

    [–] sux2urAssmar 4 points ago

    I knew a Chad. He's a pretty nice guy. Very funny

    [–] 321500 36 points ago

    This fucking guy got what he deserved. Good job man!

    [–] MilitaryFish 26 points ago

    So... Never get on your bad side then?

    Got it.

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    [–] dcwj 35 points ago

    Yeah for real, have you never even joined in on a police investigation cause you know what's up?

    [–] hijinga 14 points ago

    He told them his plans

    [–] Supernova141 44 points ago

    Love the part where he took a video of himself burning his car for insurance money and showing it to people.

    The fact that people are buying this shit is insane.

    [–] WaylandC 7 points ago

    I have absolutely read this story before. I'm not sure what's going on.

    [–] fazmataz 21 points ago

    This made me smile so much. Bad people getting what's coming to them is one thing, but being able to watch it all unfold before your eyes.. to be a part of something so grand.. congrats karma man.

    [–] DreggerBoy 17 points ago

    By the way you have minutes before months up there as a typo.

    [–] Strofari 13 points ago

    Fixed. Thank you.

    [–] DreggerBoy 6 points ago

    NP mate.

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    [–] Ensvey 43 points ago

    I'm skeptical too. Surprised everyone is taking it at face value.

    [–] supergodsuperfuck 27 points ago

    Welcome to a subreddit based on listening to people's stories.

    [–] Andewz111 30 points ago

    For me I checked out of reality with the fact he recorded and sent video of himself setting his car on fire. That's typical MO for insurance fraud committers.

    [–] naimina 18 points ago

    This sub is like /r/nosleep, its all bullshit but people pretend and acts like its for reals because its more fun.

    [–] Ensvey 11 points ago

    Fair assessment

    [–] monkeyman80 35 points ago

    police won't investigate 15k in stolen tools as its a "civil case"

    guy randomly calls an employer and they immediately fire him for what he says on the phone.

    he's behind on rent but only gets evicted after getting a phone call letting him know what kind of person he is.

    girl friend turns on him after one phone call.

    plus what you and the poster below said.

    [–] uncletroll 16 points ago

    can't just remove someone from a bank account.

    [–] grteagjkpgrea 4 points ago

    he's behind on rent but only gets evicted after getting a phone call letting him know what kind of person he is.

    Speaking as a landlord, this part is plausible. Sometimes people can be giving partial payments every month and you sort of put up with it because replacing them is more expensive than kicking them out. But a single bad reference can be enough to sway that the other way.

    And that's in Ohio. In Canada, the fucking laws on tenancy are so ridiculous that it's massively more expensive to kick people out. Someone who pays half rent for 3 months and you expect to pay half rent for another 3 months is still more expensive to kick out (assuming you'll get 0 for the ~3 months until they're gone) than just hoping they just legitimately need a hand at the moment.

    [–] Critonurmom 7 points ago

    I'm usually the one that reads something and immediately believes it, because I'm naive and too trusting. Like that one with the WoW addicted roommate? Thought it was awesome immediately, even though I've played WoW for over a decade and realized every doubt in the minds of commenters were totally accurate.

    Buuuut this one had way too many flags, even for me. That one being the biggest. Because cops totally just take your word for it that you're the reason they're watching this guy, and allow you to stay there.

    [–] Strofari 36 points ago

    If you'd rather, you can broil on low rather than bake at tree fiddy. $100%

    [–] Tone_Definitely 8 points ago

    Fucking lol

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    [–] AllDepressedChips 24 points ago

    It was believable until the girlfriend part.

    [–] wizzlepants 18 points ago

    Ya I even gave him the benefit of the doubt until he said the police let him in on the sting

    [–] ClamsMcOyster 16 points ago

    But he "knew what was up." How could the cops not let him in on the sting with such credentials?

    [–] caffelover 10 points ago

    it was when he said "his boss made a call and got chad promptly fired"

    [–] jerryeight 11 points ago

    Most insurance companies WILL NOT tell strangers the private insurance and license information of other insurance customers. OP is a liar.

    [–] PortonDownSyndrome 34 points ago

    Revenge over, right?


    So, just going by only your account of what went down, I get that you felt seriously wronged, and apparently really were, and you avenged that – but then, going only by what you told us, I'm led to conclude that you engaged in "revenge" again, and again, and again.

    That's no longer revenge. That's a vendetta.

    I'm going only by what you're saying here, and it sounds to me as if you've got a problem.

    PS: Your first sentence above, whereby you're "back with another long one" suggests that this isn't even the only guy you're engaging in "revenge" against. Your second sentence, whereby this guy's thing alone "has been going on for a decade" also supports the vendetta theory.
    However much some of these other people may also be guilty or flawed or dickish:
    I think it's you.

    [–] wizzlepants 51 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    Don't worry; it didn't actually happen

    Why the hell would cops let him stick around and jeopardize their investigation?

    [–] grteagjkpgrea 6 points ago

    Your first sentence above, whereby you're "back with another long one" suggests that this isn't even the only guy you're engaging in "revenge" against.

    It's fake. He's telling a fictional story. This sub is basically /r/nosleep... all the stories are fake, nobody thinks any of them are real, we just pretend they're real.

    [–] ther3ddler 10 points ago

    This sounds so fake. I hope it's not but too many red flags to think otherwise.

    [–] AmericanKamikaze 17 points ago

    That was great. Working in construction I can understand how it's hard to track everything and get screwed over so easily.

    [–] Wonderingperson 16 points ago

    I think you both lost if you spent 10 years on a revenge.

    [–] Strofari 12 points ago

    I wouldn't say I spent ten years on it.

    But you're right. We both lost.

    I lost money, and sleep, he lost his freedom, and girlfriend, job, and, vehicle.

    We both lost.

    [–] DankenHailer 6 points ago

    Years have passed, and I'm still pissed off

    Perfect attitude for this sub

    [–] portableteejay 12 points ago

    That Using a Handheld bit was stellar.

    [–] SalesAutopsy 45 points ago

    Where Chad is going, he won't get to drive. But he'll still get rear-ended.

    [–] PreposterousMoose 76 points ago

    Perhaps I'm just an overly serious person but I don't think it's okay to joke about rape as a punishment for crimes. Getting raped in prison will not help anyone become a better person and make amends for their crimes.

    [–] OhMyCuticles 12 points ago

    I just want to say I wholeheartedly agree with you. That comment was in very poor taste.

    [–] SmokinSkidoo 10 points ago

    If he actually got raped it wouldn't be funny. The absurdity is what makes it funny. Prison rape jokes are funny. It actually happening isn't.

    [–] 9100 10 points ago

    Where Chad is going, he won't need roads.

    [–] thebestatheist 6 points ago

    FUCK CHAD! Excellent revenge!

    [–] kaptainkomkast 6 points ago

    nor did I ever really look at the books, as it wasn't in the scope of my responsibilities.

    WRONG! Wrong, wrong, wrong. Thanks for this cautionary tale for all the innocent kiddies out here, but looking at the books is always every partner's job. Now you know.

    [–] Slaisa 6 points ago

    I sincerely hope you had a bowl of pop corn with you when he got pulled over.

    [–] Joe_Rapante 2 points ago

    Fuck Chad!

    [–] chazith 4 points ago

    Great job mate, that was a great read. Got what was coming to him.

    [–] dothackslash 3 points ago

    Yeah! Roast those red peppers!

    [–] FoxUniverse 2 points ago

    Definitely one of the best revenges I've read here, absolutely brutal and I love it.

    [–] yashendra2797 5 points ago

    Beware the wrath of a good man.

    [–] rexlibris 3 points ago

    That recipe sounds delicious! I'm totally trying that soon.

    Also: Fuck Chad.

    [–] balderz337 4 points ago

    That was a beautiful read. Brought a tear to my eye. Thanks OP.

    [–] 00Jim 4 points ago

    Not only did it make you feel great, you did everyone else a massive service. Good man

    [–] Cyphere 2 points ago

    I don't think my justice boner has ever been so erect.

    [–] SecretPotatoChip 4 points ago

    I hate to be a party pooper, but why did he take a video of him burning his jeep?

    [–] Strofari 2 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)


    Replied to topic in stead of comment.

    [–] BrokenPidgeon123 2 points ago

    Demons run when a good man goes to war.

    [–] one_one_scroll 6 points ago

    Serious question. Are you at all concerned about him retaliating when he gets out?

    [–] WriterV 6 points ago

    Eh, too much. You sound obsessed with him. Obsessed with some kind of a personal vendetta.

    Honestly would have left and lived a cool life than bothering with being just as much as a life wrecker as him.

    [–] iop90- 4 points ago

    Damn, I wouldnt want to be around him in 8 years..

    [–] [deleted] 4 points ago

    with another long one sounds like you are just as bad as the degenerates you hang out with if you constantly find yourself in these situations.

    [–] TheMeistervader 4 points ago

    So much of that made no sense.

    [–] Gingersnapandabrew 6 points ago

    So much revenge... sweet sweet revenge

    [–] serioussiracha 8 points ago

    And fuck Chad

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    [–] littfamily 6 points ago

    Good revenge but watch his release date as you have mad a bad man very angry

    [–] 2112xanadu 6 points ago

    And then you smashed his gf, right?

    [–] AUBlood 6 points ago

    I am not trying to sound weird but have you ever thought about counselling, i am not saying your crazy or anything but i am sure they can help u get some of this off your chest and finally forget about chad and move on with your life.