WINNING: Girl Gets A+ Revenge On Her Ex-Boyfriend After Figuring Out He Still Uses Her Netflix Account

If there is one thing that women are extremely good at it is getting revenge on an ex in any way humanly possible. No level of pettiness or viciousness is off limits to a woman scorned, and this woman sure fits that mold to a T. Samantha Pellerin hit her ex where it truly hurt, right in the middle of one of the most popular series currently on Netflix.

Pellerin took to Twitter to gloat over her evil and slightly vicious revenge on what we can only assume to be a cheating ex. During an afternoon of wanting to sit comfortably and start watching Stranger Things 2, Pellerin noticed that the series said “resume,” and she knew right away who and what had been happening on her Netflix account since she hadn’t even begun to watch the show.

Like any good woman hell-bent on getting back at her unfaithful ex, Pellerin waited. Revenge is a dish best served cold as they say. So she patiently held herself in check until the ex was just done watching episode 5, then WHAM, she booted him from her Netflix account!

Then of course she HAD to tweet about it, because the entertainment simply should be shared with the world. I mean, inquiring minds want to know!

After Pellerin’s epic tweet, the Twitter-sphere erupted with support for her as well as some pretty hilarious GIF responses.

Reported by BroBible :

This is a quality story of revenge right here. A girl from Sacramento who recently broke up with her boyfriend noticed that someone, not her, had been using her Netflix account.

Knowing that there was only one other person, besides her family, that knew her Netflix password she quickly deduced that it was her ex-boyfriend who had been using her account even though, you know, they weren’t dating anymore.

Okay, first off… Bros, don’t mess with anyone’s Netflix account, let alone your girlfriend’s, and most certainly not your ex-girlfriend’s account. This should just be common knowledge at this point.

Now back to the story. Once she had this revelation she did what anyone in her situation would do and came up with the most savage form of revenge she could think of to torture him.

I’ll let her take it from there…

“Lmao my ex was still using my Netflix so I waited until he was five episodes into the most recent series of Stranger Things and then kicked him off. “

The girl who pulled off this ruthless move, Samantha Pellerin, explained to LadBible

“We split up about two weeks ago, I went on my Netflix to start watching Stranger Things 2 but it said ‘resume watching’. I hadn’t even started and he’s the only one to have my password, so I knew it had to be him watching it.
It’s my family’s, they were hella mad at me for sharing the password with him.”

She has no regrets though, nor should she, saying that he “screwed her over first.”
Needless to say, Pellerin has the internet’s full support…

She totally should have.

I agree! She totally should have texted him spoilers, and done it in rapid fire so he had no way to catch up prior to getting the next spoiler! That will teach him to hurt another woman and then have the audacity to try and use her Netflix account. How rude can a guy be? There are things you just do not mess with, and a woman’s heart and her Netflix are two of those things. I bet this guy thinks twice before he pulls another big man on campus move.

Much respect to this woman for getting her justice and doing it in a way that left everyone still alive, even if a bit on the burned side. May she go on to a happier and healthier relationship, and maybe she has learned to never again give her Netflix password to anyone, ever again. Love and lust do not make for a good reason to share that kind of highly important info with anyone. Besides, if she does it again, her family may just decide to boot HER off right in the middle of the next season of Stranger Things, and THAT would just be terrible.

H/T [ BroBibleLadBible , Sick Chirpse ]

 

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