15 Of The Craziest, Most Hilarious Revenge Tales Ever

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There are always going to be trying times in a person's life. There will be dilemmas that will rock you to your core, and the most telling sign of your character is how you respond when somebody else wrongs you. Ideally, the world would prefer that you accept that the person committed a bad deed, take it on the chin, and move past the incident. But c'mon, we all know a better method: revenge.

Seriously, if somebody does something wrong to you, don't back down. Give 'em all that you got. You think revenge is that bad? Well, think about it. What would Muhammad Ali himself do? Let him tell you himself: "If you lose a big fight, it will worry you all of your life. It will plague you - until you get your revenge." Get your revenge...

Okay, maybe that's not the best idea. But, if you need some inspiration for your next vengeance, just take a look at the 15 craziest revenge stories we've ever seen:

1. Canadian mayor finally gives his ex-wife the big "rock" she's always wanted

Gentlemen, we've all been there before. You have a girlfriend, or in this case a crazy wife, who won't shut up about having you buy her the biggest ring she wants. No, your love and affection aren't good enough for her, she just wants a big, shiny rock that she can show off. Well, one ex-husband did just that to his ex-wife who wouldn't stop harassing him. Dany Larivière, the mayor of Saint-Théodore-d’Acton, east of Montreal, dumped a 20 ton boulder on the front lawn of his ex-wife's house with the words "Happy Birthday Isa, XX" spray painted across it.

Larivière said he spent a substantial amount of money during the divorce in order to share custody of their children and added Prévost has been harassing him. He joked that his ex-wife, Isabelle Prévost, had always wanted a big rock, quipping that, “It’s a gift. It’s hers now,” Larivière said. “I did it in the middle of the night. It was a surprise.”

Ladies, be careful what you wish for next time. Or maybe just clarify what you mean when you ask for a big rock.