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    What do you do? Have you ever practiced some form of "revenge"?
    Say someone you dated didn't treat you right, either in the smaller scale or to a larger extent..what do you usually do?
    - Ignore and suffer in silence
    - Let them have it verbally, either in person or through text/email
    - Practice revenge, spread rumours etc.

    I know the last part seems a bit harsh, but I'm just curious. I've been one to suffer in silence. Since very few people do confrontations or breakups face to face these days, you usually have to go out of your way to yell at them or express anger.
    Do you consider it "undignified" to explain how angry/upset you are unnecessary? Shouldn't those who have done others wrong know so there is some hope they'll learn?

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