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Revenge Is A Dish … How Aquarius Gets Revenge

Revenge Is A Dish … How Aquarius Gets Revenge

Giving in to our dark side is something we should all do sparingly, for revenge often leaves others hurt and the though the inflictor may temporarily feel relief, seldom is it long lasting. Even the most demur and sweetest of Zodiac star signs have a less than sunny disposition if pushed too far or crossed but not all of them will exact revenge in the same way. Some are subtle, while others give new meaning to “Hell hath no fury.” Check out your sign here to see where on the venom scale you may fall and in which ways you are most likely to strike back.

How Aquarius Gets Revenge

This sign is tricky when it comes to revenge because the Aquarius always wants to come out ahead but it’s important to them that when they take revenge, they are still seen as the victim and not looked poorly upon once the dust settles. They often don’t resort to revenge and that is usually because they don’t place a lot importance on others. They prefer to remain unattached and can easily switch their emotions on and off, which is why they have such a non-committal approach to relationships.  And let’s face it—revenge plots take commitment.

However if you do cross that rare Aquarius who is into revenge, and have wronged them several things will occur. First, they will be ever so covert and cunning with their vengeance so that others aren’t aware that they are giving into their dark side. Then when they do react they will convince you and everyone who witnesses it that it is some sort of retaliation for the greater good of all, in an effort to justify their actions.

These social creatures want to be liked and if they can’t get their revenge in a way that still makes them smell like roses, or if they have to exert too much energy, they will bail on the project or never get started on it to begin with. They are likely to use social tactics of embarrassment or rely on religious morality clauses to make their victim look bad or to get the deed done quickly and with an audience. But they have to do it in such a way that they garner or solicit sympathy from all those folks that are watching or it won’t be worth it for them.

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