Dude Dumps Girlfriend For Getting Fat And Her Revenge Will Make You Lose Your Appetite

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, they say. Or someone said, somewhere.

Rejection can make us do some uncharacteristic things. It strips us naked and exposes our flaws, and the next thing you know we’re ass naked in Times Square sobbing over a picture of our ex while peeing on the clothes she left at your place. That was a difficult time. I served my time.

But the response to rejection from a Chinese woman from the Zhengzhou, Henan province my be the most jilted, retaliatory, long play you’ve ever heard.

A girl named Xiaoxiao became a hot topic on Weibo, the Chinese version of Twitter, after posting a message to her ex-boyfriend who dumped her because she was too fat. Xiaoxiao then got liposuction and her retaliation was downright unbelievable.

The message, which was accompanied by the photo pictured above, read:

“Yang Xiaolei, do you remember last year’s Spring Festival? Since I cannot go home with you this year, I’ve made a piece of soap from my own fat to give to your mum for washing up. Chinese New Year – the time to surprise those low men who can only judge a book by its cover!”

The post has been shared over 5400 times and received over 3500 comments in one day.

She also posted a before and after photo and another pic with the fat soap.


Xiaoxiao was not quite finished.

According to What’s on Weibo, She also shared a screenshot with a recent message from her ex-boyfriend, that read:

“Why are you making me look bad on the Internet?! It was already over between us, you didn’t need to go to the hospital to suck out fat and disgust me! Damn, do I judge people solely by their appearances? You didn’t need to disgust my mum, or what? F*ck you b****!”

Her response: “You said I was fat. I’m sending your entire family some soap, believe it or not!”

No chance she looks back on this decision and regrets it. No chance.

[What’s on Weibo]

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