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Have you ever stolen another guy's girl?

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Edited by merkur - 7/31/11 at 5:37am
post #2 of 42
In the years just after highschool a girl ended up leaving the guy she was in a several year relationship with for me. I'm not exactly sure if at the point we did our thing she was done emotionally with the last guy. Overall, I didn't do anything to encourage it, but then again, I did nothing to inhibit it from happening. I don't think I'd get into a relationship by those means again, it isn't exactly a trustworthy person who does that.
post #3 of 42
Does it count if she's your best friend's girlfriend and it wasn't on purpose?
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Stolen? never Get to break up with their boyfriend and then leave them turning in the wind? I think 3 or 4
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My wife dated a very close friend of mine. Although they weren't together when we started dating, it was a bit thievish.
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kind of, although I was getting tired of said 'friend' and so was she. So she latched on to me and I went with it for a while.
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kind of, although I was getting tired of said 'friend' and so was she. So she latched on to me and I went with it for a while.

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I've slept with girls who have had boyfriends or been married, but I've never then proceeded to date them. Don't see why I would when it's clear from the beginning they're untrustworthy.
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I've slept with girls who have had boyfriends or been married, but I've never then proceeded to date them. Don't see why I would when it's clear from the beginning they're untrustworthy.

Boyfriends girls, so so whatever, break up ... Married girls, only a scumbag would do that.
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Boyfriends girls, so so whatever, break up ... Married girls, only a scumbag would do that.

While I don't necessarily condone his actions, it takes two to tango.
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While I don't necessarily condone his actions, it takes two to tango.

Of course it does, but then the other part does not have her head clear you should man up. I am not even religious, but if you marry somebody it should mean something.
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Boyfriends girls, so so whatever, break up ... Married girls, only a scumbag would do that.

I agree. I was 19, a drunkard and a scumbag. I wouldn't do such a thing now.
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Of course it does, but then the other part does not have her head clear you should man up. I am not even religious, but if you marry somebody it should mean something.
Well, Nil seems like a pretty decent guy -- not the one to take advantage or anything like that. Plus, your suggestion of "manning up" just sounds kind of sexist. Who is to say he or she didn't feel guilts afterward? I'm just saying, neither of us really know the whole situation. EDIT: Oh, there you go.
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No more PMs to you!

ha! that was, ummm...damn, 19 years ago.
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