Woman takes five year long revenge on her ex, and it's inspired 2 weeks ago

Woman takes five year long revenge on her ex, and it's inspired

Kristina's method is dividing TikTok

A TikTok user has gone viral after sharing how she got revenge on a former partner through a simple, but infuriating idea.

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In a video, Kristina responded to another TikTok user asking people to share "something incredibly immature that you will never stop doing."

The woman used this as a way to confess a prank she'd been playing on her ex for over five years.

Kristina said: "Ever since my ex and I broke up in 2016, I've had a very interesting tactic for revenge.

"My revenge comes in the form of a email newsletter.

"If I’m in an airport and I need an email address to give to the airport to use their WiFi: I'll give them his. If I want to read an article but they need an email, I send them his.

"Do I want to be updated about events and happenings in a company? Yes.

"Topics of interest? All of them."

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@kristinamakescontent##stitch with @andpacker omg so random of me can’t believe I just did that (but srsly it’s actually quite annoying) ##storytime ##exes ##spammail ##idk

♬ original sound - Kristina Makes Content ??‍♀️

She added: "He doesn't know why. Not a clue. And I will literally never stop doing it."

Kristina's video seemed to resonate on TikTok, and quickly amassed over 700,000 likes.

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In the comments, however, many were split.

One viewer wrote: "Thanks for the tip girl."

Another said that it was "impressive to have a diabolic mind like this".

Crucially, one user asked the question on everyone's lips: "Girl, what did he do that you're still made five years later???"

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Another TikToker looked at the prank from a logistical framework: "I don't wanna do this for revenge, I just wanna do this to save my inbox."

Some in the comments felt that they were a victim of a similar ploy.

"Okay which of my ex's did this to me?" one person wrote. "I'm blocking emails daily and still get more the next day."