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Users of the Women Scorned website don't hold back: they write at their most vulnerable, sometimes minutes after discovering their partner has cheated on them.
THEY say hell hath no fury like a woman scorned and in Liam Gallagher's case he has enraged a feminine inferno.
A scorned husband whipped out a hunting gun and blew away his rival like a suburban John Wayne hunting down philandering love rats.
EMMERDALE (7pm ITV1) HELL hath no fury like a woman scorned - especially when it's her own auntie that's been doing the scorning.
The complete quote is: 'Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, nor hell a fury like a woman scorned.
From dalliances with X-rated dancers to a love triangle born from an underground swingers' club, the stories featured in SCORNED pair sexual intrigue with bedded betrayal to form a recipe for murder.
Ed, just remember, my craven little chum, that hell hath no fury like a woman scorned .
Though scorned as marauding northern savages, and well-documented for their ruthless and brutal raids for riches and power, the Vikings were also expert shipbuilders, cunning merchants, skilled artisans, and daring colonizers of distant lands.
VAL VERDE -- Hell has no fury like that of a soccer mom scorned.
Side characters and situations provide some pretty heady action, from bar brawls and wild parties to the ruthless revenge tactics of tough women scorned.
If not for Giselle's un-melodramatic mad scene and her death, the scorned boyfriend actually might have offed the girl of his dreams.
As a result, Uruguay is a nation where corporate executives are generally loathed; the words "big government" soothe local ears; ostentation is scorned (especially among visiting Argentines clad in mink coats and driving luxury cars); schoolteachers and owners of small, family businesses are role models; and privatization attempts face plebiscites that overwhelmingly vote it down.