Would you steal someone's partner?

Would you steal someone's partner?
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  • It would have to be very specific circumstances. I've only heard one story where the guy sort of stole another guys girl that was understandable.

    It was a situation where she had a college boyfriend for years who she was engaged to without actually being engaged. No ring, no date set and there was just a lofty "after I graduate law school" idea down the road. New guy comes in the picture. Is enamored with the girl, but respects the fact she's with someone and does nothing.

    He goes on about his life not seeing or talking to her for an entire 365. Happens to see her again through a mutual friend who was planning a visit, when he finds out her situation hadn't changed. No ring. No real engagement. He thinks this girl is just amazing and decides to pursue her respectfully.

    Basically just invited her out on dates 1 on 1. He flirted but never made a move on her. After several dates she brought up asking about his intentions. That's when he told her he's wildly attracted to her and wants to get to know her, but she has a boyfriend so that's a problem. Then reaffirmed he just wanted to get to know her.

    Obviously in time she formed feelings for him. They end up making out. She feels guilty and breaks things off with him before they were even dating. She tells him she has to figure things out as far as her relationship is concerned. He tells her he loves everything about her except her taste in men and follows with if you change your mind I'll be around.

    He doesn't hear from her for weeks. Ends up getting a text from her when he's in town for the wedding of a mutual friend. They see eachother and go out where she tells him she ended things with the boyfriend. Blah blah blah, they date seriously for 1 year when they got married and had kids. Still happily married till this day.

    Quite a story lol and you could oversimplify it to demonize either party. But no one was really wrong. How many relationships do you know where the only reason they are still together is because they've been together so long? The type of relationship the guy just calls his girlfriend His fiance even tho he never proposed and has no plans of doing so.

    To me, if someone else comes along. Truly loves her. She falls in love with him AND there's no ring? While I wouldn't say I support it. I can understand and wouldn't demonize either party.

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    • So TLDR;

      Generally speaking No.
      Special circumstances when there is reciprocal love then possibly

  • You can't steal anyone's partner, some people believe so but it's not true, if your partner goes away with someone else it means you never "had them"

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  • I mean if he left his partner for me just like that, or even worse - cheated. how could I ever take him seriously?

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  • nah... you can't steal someone. it's their choice to cheat with you...

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    • Yes you can steal someone and you’re right it is their choice to cheat with you. It takes two!

    • That would mean you'd be dating a cheater then.

    • @angelin the cheater cannot be stolen without his consent. Therefore the cheater made that choice of being tempted by the 3rd party to be unfaithful to their so.

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  • Ha Ha Ha there is no such thing... she obviously deserves Aquaman!

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  • God, no

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  • No. If she wants to leave him, that's not my problem, but I would never intentionally try to take someone else's girl. In fact, if she is so attracted to me that she is willing to leave him, I will reject her anyway, because that isn't someone I'd want to be with. She'll be left by herself and I'd tell the guy he can do better than that piece of shit.

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  • This is not a thing. I might encourage someone who was unhappy to leave a. relationship depending on the circumstance. I would have no qualms about dating someone living independently who has been dating someone else, even if they had been dating a long time.

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  • I mean for the ones who have said yes, it's a double edged sword. On one side you're a player and you're better than the other person but on the other hand if they cheated or broke up with someone for you, don't think they won't do it again.

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  • I could but i wouldn't. Simply by stealing them means their morals allow for such a thing and they would then be ineligible to be my girl. I dont date girls that cheat or jump from relationship to relationship. Those are the girls that will one day stab you in the back.

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  • You can't steal someone... anyway, the only situation i would go for someone in a relationship is if i knew them before and we couldn't be together due to something happening (one of us being sick, in a coma, being kidnapped and so on) and they didn't love the person as much as they love me or their relationship wasn't working and they were going to break up anyway. I wouldn't go for someone taken in any other case because they could leave me for someone else too.

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  • I wouldn't go out of my way to intentionally steal a girl from her boyfriend, but if she decides to cheat on him (and preferably doesn't tell me about him) and sleeps with me then it's not my problem. However, if that happened as soon as I found out she's already spoken for I probably wouldn't stick around too long.

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  • No, I was head over heels for a girl that turned out to have a boyfriend. I put my two cents in if she was available some time in the future. First thing she tried was messing around with me behind his back. I wouldn't have anything to do with that. He got suspicious and dumped her, I wouldn't get with her after what she did so she ended up alone.

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  • I have "stolen" someone's girlfriend not by intent. It just happened. I won't call it stealing as it happened that we both like each other than we originally knew.

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  • You can't steal someone. They have to be willing to to jump out of their old relationship.
    Antway, i'd like to say no, i never have. But i can imagine meeting someone and wanting them badly, knowing they are involved with someone.

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  • Lmao so.. Would I put myself squarely in the middle of their nasty breakup and commit myself to an unfaithful/unreliable flake? Nah, it's not that deep lol.

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  • To steal someone is kidnapping. Not cool. Why go after someone who is taken. Even person A is toxic for person B do not try to go after person B. Even if person A is an abuser for example. The reason is that they will not be ready to date for a while. On top of that there are people out there that are single.

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  • You can't steal someone from someone else. To say you can implies they have no free will of their own. If they cheat on their partner, that's up to them.

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  • Ultimately, there is no such thing. The whole concept seems to deny that their partner lacks free will. I do, however think that people should just leave taken people alone in that area. There are enough singles out there. Give them a chance.

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  • Nope. Karma is a bitch. If a guy let's himself be influenced by a girl seducing him then he's not worth the time of day. Girls who feel the need to go after taken men are really desperate, insecure and needs validation.

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  • No I wouldn't. There are plenty of women around. I wouldn't want it to happen to me, so why do it to someone else?

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  • So I know this couple who are cute and I ship them but the guy recently started looking at me and it was strange I don't know his girlfriend realised and is over protective of him just in case they’d break up or something I guess she feared he’d say hi to me and ruin her hopes of being together.

    I don’t want them to break up and it’s wrong no couple should forced to break up they’re perfect together aww man I suck 😫😂😐

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  • No that would be a foolish thing to do because it shows that person has no concept of loyalty and would be a bad partner for you.

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  • Not romantically but maybe steal them in a playful way so my mate had to come over to get her back ^_^

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  • I would not even look twice at a taken man as I wouldn’t want that to happen to me. Home wreckers are the worst people man or woman.

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  • nope

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  • Can't steal someone, people aren't your possession. To each his own in how they live their lives, but know that we all have to deal with the consequences at some point.

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  • How does someone "steal" a partner? It takes two, so the partner would actually agree to it. There is no stealing.

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  • That don't exist. If your partner is committed to the relationship she (he) will only have eyes for you. Let's don't complicate things, relationships are that simple.

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  • No, have been invited many times. I said no.
    I don't want others to do it to me.

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  • You can’t steal anyone away unless you kidnap them. So no, I’d never kidnap anyone. I ain’t trying to get caught with that shit. Prison is not for me.

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  • Some relationships are only for name sake. This is an open end question. What if their partners are controlling, abusive bastards? What if the person and you hit it off and he or she wants to escape? How'd you feel if your current partner was a psycho (and you're struck with him) and the only one you trusted did not help saying its none of THEIR concern?

    Now you ask, how's that cheating? Well narcissistic partners view even commenting on your pic as "stealing of partners" and"disloyalty" like they own them or something.

    If you're partner really loves you, he or she will refuse the advances of the homewrecker. It a person, not a property that can be "owned" or "stolen"

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  • if a girl goes after another male it's not stealing her away cuz she is the 1 making the decision to leave be it the guy is a jerk or not some girls just pick 1 guy them they kerp looking for some thing better or a bad guy to be with

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  • "It's not "stealing", because we don't own people. So if I managed to find a woman who was more attracted to me than her current partner, I would definitely indulge her agency.

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  • Nope. I’ve been accused way too many times of “stealing” someone else’s partner. I’ve been accused of it simply because they were interested in me and not in them. So no, they weren’t yours to begin with you fucking twat. Or because I’m just an outgoing person that talks to everybody and you’re just super insecure.. like no I don’t want your partner. No I don’t need to nor want to. If someone in a relationship is interested in me, and I’m just out here scratching my ass.. you can’t be mad at me for that. Your partner made that choice, not me. Get mad at him/her.

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  • Those who voted for “ yes” doesn’t have the right to complain if their partners cheat on them

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  • I wonder if it was a mistake, but I started avoiding a girl because she liked me, but I knew my best friend liked her. 5 years later and theyre still together but I wonder if she's holding him back

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  • I have at least two guys here who wish I'd leave my boyfriend for them. Not gonna mention their names though.

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    • They go for people who are already taken because if they can not be with someone then neither should anyone else be with that person. It is pathetic really.

  • Nah and I wouldn't date someone who left their partner for me.

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  • No, and that guy should break up with his girlfriend in the pic immediately, and leave her to walk home.

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  • No such thing as “stealing” it’s the persons choice who they wanna be with

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  • No. Not even if she initiated things. I have a golden rule in dating: never try anything with someone who is not single.

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  • If you had that ability and if the person was too easy for you to steal , do you think he/she worth the energy?

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  • Jason Momoa would have no problem stealing mine. Her knicker elastic would melt at one look from him.

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  • Thus happened to me a few years back. I felt horrible about it. So I won't do it again. To be fair she was the aggressor and said she would break up with him.

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  • No. I wouldn't want anything to do with a girl who as able to be stolen anyway.

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  • If someone’s willing to be stolen do you really want them?

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  • Just to let you know that if you chose yes, you're a low life. Seriously, get a life.

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  • No I wouldn't like it if someone did that to me so why do it to someone else?

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  • i actually did this, she left him for me but i didn't even know she was with him in relationship, and best of all is he was my ex friend xddddddddd

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  • No. There are millions of people out there. Why would I go after someone else's partner? I've never understood why people do that

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  • If someone tried to take away my girlfriend i would sing this song: steal my girl (one direction) 😁😁

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  • 90% of women should be saying yes and stop lying

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  • Happened to me once, I was after this girl and I found she had a boyfriend I stopped, kept her as friend and moved on

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