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If you’re needing to vent or let off a little steam — and have FUN while you’re doing it — check out these frustration-busters…
#1 – Wreak Havoc
Is there a particular website that you can’t stand? A company getting on your last nerve? Perhaps the IRS is taking more than their fair share this year?… Or, your phone company keeps giving you the run-around on your bill?…
Now you can destroy any website that you don’t like with Net Disaster. Watch the site disintegrate right before your eyes!
Simply choose your catastrophe: Meteors, Nuke, Flood, Mars Attacks!, Dinosaurs, Fried Eggs, Worms, Gun, Bloody Gun, Paint Ball, Flower Power, Spilled Coffee, Slow Burn, or Mold…
Then, sit back and watch as it is completely destroyed.
#2 – Shred This!
Not nearly as damaging, but interesting nonetheless, check out SSI Shredding System’s movie gallery of actual shredding — from the ordinary but tough, to the surprising.
It’s pretty cool to watch just about everything as it passes through an industrial sized shredder!
#3 – Get Your Complaint Heard
If you’re dealing with a lot of headaches from a particular company, then you might want to complain to someone.
Planet Feedback gives you a platform to state your case in an attempt to create change. Here’s how you file a complaint with any company — large or small.
#4 – Talk To A Lawyer
Now, if things have gone on too long, and they’re still not right, then you might have a case in court. Before you go, here are some pointers for how to talk to a lawyer.
Even if you don’t need it now, this is good stuff, so save it — it might come in handy someday.
#5 – An Excuse For Everything
Finally, if you’re just irked for no reason… or you NEED a good reason for your current situation, then check out the mother of all excuses.
This site can help you find an excuse for practically anything!
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