People Are Sharing the Weird Ways They Hold Grudges, and It’s Creepier Than You’d Think

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Everyone holds grudges. It’s not healthy, but we all do it. A lot of people still hold smaller grudges against things as insignificant as an elementary school bully or perhaps an ex in high school.

People started sharing their grudges and — somewhat predictably — things got weird.

Most of the responses were amusing and pretty harmless.

But not many of them are because of a fake turtle. And, aside from some light emotional scarring, that’s relatively harmless!

Oof. Breaking your leg in a garage door sounds absolutely brutal, but also don’t pull chairs out from under girls trying to sit in them. Karma will getcha.

But to be fair, if someone told me they thought Piglet was an armadillo, I would laugh at them too. His name isn’t Armadiglet for a reason. Well, probably a few reasons.

Not many valid grudges here, but we found one! It started to get a little weird after this though.

Sounds pretty on topic to me. Carry on then.

So like, she has some kind of weird grudge notebook?

…I’m sorry, what? She…puts the pieces of paper…in ice cubes?

…She has a bag of ice cubes filled with the names of all the people that have ever displeased her. That bag must have some history in it.

Which is a totally rational fear, right?

We wouldn’t be shocked if Hurricane Sandy has its own ice cube in that bag now.

At least, that’s how I think this curse works?

But Sandra Hurricane is the best one. Sandra Hurricane sounds like the name of a weather reporter (or an adult film actress).

I don’t really know if that’s a good thing or a bad thing, but at least people are inspired…?

I don’t want to end up as an ice cube in someone’s freezer.