Ringing off (the wife's) cellie

By Miss Kes

Thursday, August 30, 2018

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When a woman is furious, feels scorned and abandoned, there's no telling what crazy things she will do. And if that woman is a sweetheart who feels like she is not getting the time or attention she signed up for, that craziness can extend to involving the man's wife in her nightmare.

Below women confess to being played, and how they got even by calling their men's often unsuspecting wives.


I called his wife when I found out he was married and told her every single thing. He was confused about how I found information on his wife, but social media is a great investigative tool that all women need to use wisely.


When I found out that my significant other of 11 years was married (I had two babies for him), and he had lied to my children, I decided I was going to make his life a living hell. I tormented his wife for months by calling her and telling her to leave him, along with all sorts of other things. I saw them in a public space a while later, and I decided it was time to expose his nastiness.


I sent all the messages to his wife and prayed for him. I sent her a tape we made so she could see exactly who she had married. I was bitter, but I think she deserved to know the truth as well. I didn't care if his marriage ended after that.


When I found out about my man being married I burnt his clothes and befriended his wife. She was actually a customer of the same hair salon as I was, and one day she invited me over for Sunday dinner. I put on my Sunday's best and attended – and I don't think I need to say any more.

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