Every Steve in Queensland Australia woke up alarmed last Friday, when an anonymous Jenny posted a full-page ad in the Mackay and Whitsunday Life newspaper outing Steve as a cheater.
The whole meshugas went viral in Oz with many hailing Jenny as a hero. But of course adding “scorned” to the coverage because yes, it is revenge, and also you cannot cover a chump’s reaction to cheating without using scorned. It’s in the bylaws somewhere. All the other adjectives are unavailable.
Turns out, alas for Jenny, the Mackay and Whitsunday Life newspaper did not charge Steve’s credit card, fearing fraud charges. But they expressed the hope that Mr. Filth will come forward and pay for the damage to his reputation.
(When pigs fly. Just enjoy the free publicity Mackay and Whitsunday Life.)
According to the New York Post:
Mackay and Whitsunday Life have been inundated with “dozens” of messages since the full page note went to print on page four.
“We do not know who Steve is, but apparently he’s been very, very bad,” a newspaper representative said.
Mackay and Whitsunday Life are protecting Jenny’s anonymity. But there are a few bazillion Jenny chumps in the world, and probably more Steves, so whisper among yourselves.
Jenny, if you’re listening — remember — If It Feels Good, Don’t Do It. Fortunately, the newspaper didn’t charge the card. Visa and Mastercard don’t care about Steve’s wandering dick, but you could’ve faced fraud charges! (Assuming you aren’t married to the creep and share the account). He’s not worth it!
Every chump understands the impulse. Who among us didn’t want to spray paint their cheater’s name on a highway overpass? But you gotta stay classy, Jenny. Especially if you’ve got kids or are headed to court. This shit can boomerang on you. (Forgive the Aussie metaphor.)
Also, we don’t hope he’s happy with her, Jenny. We’re glad he’s with her. His diseased dick has found a home. I know you meant it with sarcasm, but please have zero hopes for this guy. Your happiness is what matters here.