Itching Powder In The Baby’s Diapers
I’m not sure I agree with this one, it’s a little bit harsh on the baby or toddler in my personal opinion. What do you think? Feel free to comment below.
If the person you want to make suffer is the parent or guardian of a baby or toddler, go and buy them a pack of baby diapers that you have laced with itching powder or alternatively sneak into their baby’s room at their house and sprinkle some itching powder in a few of their baby’s diapers.
The person you are wanting revenge on will be driven crazy from the constant distress of their upset itchy baby.
Alternatively, you could also use it as revenge directly on a very naughty toddler who has been doing things like punching you in the balls if you are a man or spreading their own poop everywhere. A bit of itching powder in their diaper will teach them.
What you will need: itching powder, diaper, and plastic gloves
The way to do this revenge idea is that it is best done with disposable taped baby diapers. What you do is put on the plastic gloves, lay the diaper out open nice and flat on a hard flat surface like a table with the diaper inside facing up, and pour the itching powder along in the middle area, the puffy part, the absorb area as this is where it will cause the most itching, then with your gloved hands you rub the itching powder in so it is barely visible.
You then close the baby’s diaper and put it back in the same place you got it from. If you intend to do this with multiple diapers you will either want to get more itching powder or use and divide the itching powder sparingly, making sure to get roughly the same amount of itching powder in each diaper.
With pull-on baby diapers, this is more difficult as you essentially have to pull open the top of the diaper and try to haphazardly sprinkle the itching powder around inside.
Cloth baby diapers are by far the most difficult as you can’t put the itching powder inside the diapers themselves since they will little if any contact with the baby’s skin, you have to instead rub the itching powder into the cloth diaper insert.
As one last idea, you can always just sneak up behind the baby, pull open the back of their diaper and pour the itching powder in.