Every people have enemies, but some people have an immense hatred for one particular enemy. The consideration of a mortal enemy can be an overwhelming thought for some people. They may yet be fanatical about revenge, vengeance, and retribution, to the point that they no longer enjoy a healthy and happy relationship with others.
Prevention for Mortal Enemy
Raise a moustache. If you’re goings be someone’s mortal enemy, you must look the part and there’s nothing like a thick, black handlebar moustache to inspire fear and loathing. Certainly, you’ll need a flowing black cloak, too, not to mention a villainous black hat. Do efforts visiting your local Nordstrom outlet.
Keep a secret lair. Here are the one thing mortal enemies and superheroes have in common: a private HQ where they can collect their heroic thoughts. As a rule, a deserted railroad shack on the outskirts of town makes a better secret lair than the guest bedroom of your mother’s house, but you’ll have to make do with what you can.
Prepare plans. Keep in mind those ‘Road Runner’ comics in which Wile E. Coyote sketched up detailed blueprints of his nefarious schemes? That’s what you’ll have to do, so observe if your local group of People College offers a course in mechanical drafting. Post your results on your wall, just do it.
Prepare to act your vengeance. It’s no amusing being someone’s mortal enemy if he’s not alert of the fact. Believe hand-delivering an elegant letter on expensive parchment, informing your bête noire that the game is afoot, may the best man win, all’s well that ends well, etc.
Perform your worst. Keep in mind, not even the best-hatched evil plans work 100 percent of the time, and in the better scheme of things, that’s for the best if you someway manage to squash your vengeance on the very first day of your evil bender, there’ll be not anything left to do all week but download porn and play window Solitaire. Remain trying, and remember a number of unlucky folks don’t have even one mortal enemy to spice up their dull survival.