6 Ways to Dump That Rotten, Cheating Liar

February 17, 2012 at 12:00 am

When dealing with a liar or cheater, it’s often best to break up with them. This article covers six creative ways to break up and have a little fun, revenge.

Oh No, Not Again

Let’s face it, no one likes to be lied to or cheated on, especially when they’ve invested so much of their love and devotion into a relationship. If you’re dealing with a liar and a cheat, you can be sure of one thing: that you may forgive, but it’s doubtful you’ll ever forget. In most cases, even if you can find it in your heart to forgive them, the chances are pretty good that you’re just opening yourself up to being hurt again. This is “make it or break it” time. Do you let them squirm and worm their way back into your life again, postponing the inevitable, or do you make sure that this is the final slap in the face you’ll take and show them that you’re not a doormat?

You Can Do Better

Don’t you deserve someone who is as committed to fidelity as you are? Have you been living a lie? Have you looked the other way time and time again? Don’t you think it’s time you dumped that rotten, cheating liar to make room for a relationship that’s honest and doesn’t hurt you all the time? If you’re ready to dump that loser for a better model, here are 6 ways to toss them out with the trash and have a little fun while doing it. Good riddance.

1. Put all of their belongings they’ve left at your place in a box and leave it by the front door. If they don’t show up to claim it in a few days, mail it to them, postage due; or else give it to the trash man.

2. Find their little black book or BlackBerry and write a ransom note requesting money or a public apology for being such a low life. If they don’t pay up, tell them you’re going to auction it off on eBay.

3. Change your Facebook status to “single” and delete all pictures that have their face in it. Act as if they never existed.

4. Have a “Not Wanted” poster made up with their picture on it, make tons of copies and post them all over town.

5. Photoshop the liar’s face onto a picture of a cheetah, upload it and send it to all their contacts.

6. Let the cheater see you out on a date with someone else, having a fabulous time, of course.

“Yes, you can forgive a cheater, but first you must ask yourself is it really worth it in the event that it may happen again.” – Psychic Lacy ext. 5494

The Point of No Return

How many times will you cave and fall for their lies and lame apologies or listen to them sweetly say, “I’m sorry, I’ll never do it again,” just to let you down once more? Isn’t once enough? You want to make sure that they won’t be coming around tempting you with cheap bribes and crocodile tears. You want to take these drastic and fantastic measures to help yourself, because you know by doing these things you have probably passed the point of no return in this relationship, which is where it should have been the first time they lied and cheated. If you need help dealing with the pain they left you to deal with, contact a psychic today!

“If you fear being cheated on, take things slowly, and don’t compromise yourself.” – Psychic Simone ext. 5346

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  1. Jane July 21, 2014 at 12:40 am

    The greatest revenge: forgiveness. be good to them. It will literally tear the person apart knowing you’ve moved on.


  2. Sina March 6, 2013 at 8:26 pm

    Just walk away with respect and know your self worth. Dont waste anymore time with a liar and a cheater.


  3. andrina February 19, 2012 at 11:39 pm

    I read the blogs daily but I must say this is the worst I have read. PS: this is childish and unprofessional.


  4. Lisa from Chicago February 18, 2012 at 1:35 pm

    The bottom line is with cheating A-hole`s, do not let them back in your life. Unless they can prove them selves otherwise. But we all know the % is pretty small. The best way to show a cheater is to show them you don`t care about them anymore. Be indifferent to these jagoff`s. Any reminders of them that you have. Things they gave to you, like cards or clothing, or what not. Destroy it or give it away. It makes it easier to forget about them. They are not worth it. You deserve better.


  5. LJ Innes February 18, 2012 at 7:17 am

    All the exercises here are just meant to be uplifting and releasing – in theory taking the higher road is best when possible. In actuality, you’ll be spending a lot of time in the begining wondering where it all went wrong, feeling fooled and duped. These exercises aren’t to get back at the person as much as they are to get past your feelings of “what the heck was I thinking”? It’s about empowering yourself, not hurting them.


  6. Somima February 18, 2012 at 3:24 am

    I agree with Jill mostly… these suggestions can work for a few moments in enjoying revenge – and can work as a balm for the ego and it sounds very much like inmature behavior. But not for getting to real emotional health again and maybe you get a little bit of power back that you gave away to someone who eventually does not deserve that much attention. I would expect more from an article on this page. Letting go is a process, and of course beeing pissed of is part of the process but not the cure. I have read so much good articles on this page that it is dissapointing when real inside is lacking.


  7. Aimee February 18, 2012 at 12:37 am

    I can appreciate #1 and #3 and the rest are just plain ugly.
    Rise above and have some self respect.
    Living well is the best revenge.


  8. Carolyn February 17, 2012 at 11:03 pm

    He has already wasted your time in a relationship that he failed to be faithful in, maybe the relationship lasted a month, maybe years???? The point of the matter is that he already wasted your time, why let him waste anymore of your precious time by seeking revenge with plotting #1-6, so not worth it !!!


  9. Sue February 17, 2012 at 7:01 pm

    My husband, and father of my 4 kids cheated on me the first time after 12 years of marriage. I stayed out of fear of raising the kids alone. He never asked forgiveness, but rather tried to blame me for being too involved in raising our kids, while he played around. We remained married another 19 yrs, and he flirted with everything in a skirt — encouraging me to have affairs!!! When I caught wind of the next affair, I was strong enough to leave, and the kids supported my decision. Got a good lawyer, and cleaned out what he prized most — his money. I have back my self esteem and respect of many family members who do not approve of his cheating.


  10. Darlene February 17, 2012 at 4:52 pm

    I was married to a lying cheater for way too long. I forgave him twice. As in your article, I caved into the apologies, I love you, I’ll spend the rest of my life making you happy, etc… Well, the third time was the last time. I guess I had to grow up and realize that I was happier without him than I was with him. I don’t think they ever change.

    I am working on forgiveness but don’t think I will ever forget the hurt and feelings of betrayal. It is much easier said than done.


  11. Beth February 17, 2012 at 10:43 am

    I agree, spending time and energy to do childish things will never lead to healthy new beginnings. Let them go and forget them. Success is the best revenge.


  12. catlton February 17, 2012 at 9:48 am

    you are just right thank


  13. Tina February 17, 2012 at 6:49 am

    Great article….my sentiments exactly……how DARE he do what he did to me??!! He’s DONE!!!


  14. Jill February 17, 2012 at 6:46 am

    This has to be one of the most childest articles that I have ever read. I always love what I read on this website. Really distributing pictures arouond of a person, not only will it get you in trouble but loses you major karma points. And taking the time to sell things on ebay or trying to destroy someone else a person. Grow up and realize that your better off without a scum bag like that. Why waste your energy doing childish things on someone that it most likely wont even effect. What are we in high school. This is definitely the worst advice I ever read on here.

  15. Gina Rose ext.9500
    Gina Rose ext.9500 February 17, 2012 at 6:46 am

    I like # 1 & 6 the best…..

    although , I will admit # 4 made me spit my coffee out laughing…
    ….VERY creative, LJ Innes……LOL


  16. Mark Taylor UK February 17, 2012 at 2:47 am

    HMMMMMMM Me thinks the author is female and has had a bad experience or two!!!!! The honourable way to deal with this is not to carry out most of the above, but to remain dignified, and simply put away any pictures, letters, cards, I usually burn them it has a wonderful cleansing affect! Not with that person in the house as well though, I think thats illegal in America as well! erase email address, erase contact telephone numbers and get back out there and turn that negative into a positive.

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