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Voodoo: acupuncture with a little attitude

By Chris Watson

Desperate housewives have been known to practice revenge therapy as a form of creative expression since time immemorial. A teeny tiny hole, for example, in the brake fluid tank of hubby’s car is a well-known recipe for keeping a roving husband at home.

And a lovely tuna casserole laced with laxatives does wonders to quiet those pesky neighbors who party to 3 a.m. every Saturday night. Plus, ancient Gladys McGillicuddy hasn’t been quite so bothersome since someone tip-toed over to her prize rose collection at 5 a.m. and snipped off all the blooms.

So satisfying, revenge. Served cold or re-heated in the microwave. Still, many in direst need don’t know about the joyful release of a successful revenge practice.

Read the original article at: Santa Cruz Sentinel

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