Natasha Larson (pictured) is in some hot water for being an evil, hot-headed new wife who allegedly endangered the well-being of her husband's former wife. According to the cops, she posed as the ex-wife on Craigslist giving out her phone number and address in an ad seeking men to come over and rough her up in the bedroom.
I mean, no one likes to admit it, but probably at least once in their life they've behaved like an insecure jealous person. You may have had a few twisted, Kathy Bates in Misery type thoughts about what kind of pain you'd like to inflict on the person you feel threatened by or are jealous of but you don't act on them.
Well, most people don't. And then there's this crazy be-otch.
As a new wife, Natasha Larson sets a poor example by coming out of the gates a little too strong and we'd hate for anyone else to muck up their new marriage! So let's look at some ways you can ease into your role of vengeful, jealous new wife who hates her husband's ex. Legally.
Remember That You're Not The Ex
First things first, take a deep breath and try to control yourself. Do you want to be treading in spiteful ex-wife territory when in actuality, you're the new flame? It makes you look more unstable than the person who went through the harrowing, bitter experience of a divorce. Be the bigger person. Let them hate you.
Be The Better Wife
There are plenty of subtle ways to make the ex-wife feel inferior that revolve around self-improvement and appearing younger, hotter and more successful than her. Hit the gym. Get that book deal finally. Angelina it up and adopt a brood. Take this new life and make it better! Above all, post proof of this everywhere on social networking sites where she can see it. This is totally sane and perfectly legal.
If Integrity Is Challenging For You, Keep It Legal
If you are more, shall we say, "passionate," feel free to build a small fire in the backyard and burn any of his exes belongings that may have been left behind. Rip up any remaining photos of the two of them and leave them in her mailbox. Call at odd hours and hang up. Sit outside of her home where she can see you then peel out in your car. Flaming bags of poo on the front porch are still in style. Post embarrassing things about her on Facebook if it makes you feel better. This is all totally crazy but mostly legal.
DON'T endanger a person's life via Craigslist
As a jealous, vengeful new wife, Craigslist is a virtual playground for writing mean, false ads. If you HAVE to do it, maybe just pretend your husband's ex has front row tickets to see Sting and give out her number for that instead of inviting people over to sexually assault her. Remember to use a computer at Kinko's or a library so they can't trace you.
Best of luck in your role as vengeful, jealous new wife!!!