Have you ever had a friend try to "steal" your man or woman?

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    And were they successful?


    What was their M.O.?
     
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    Yes. No.
     
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    I haven't had that happen to me.
     
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    Yes.

    And I laughed about it as I read his obituary a week later. :eusa_shhh:
     
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    Yes.

    I kneecapped da foo. Asshole knows that you don't steal my prop-er-tee. You gotta pay fo dat shit.

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    Oh yes. And yes. Not a fun experience, or ultimately a very good for the "friend". Not because of anything I did, but the way things worked out didn't turn out very pleasant for her. Karma is a bitch, isn't it?
     
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    No.

    However if that was where things were heading,

    1- that better be what he wants because that's where he is going.
    2- shes not a friend.
     
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    Yes it is!

    Funny how that "Karma" thing works.

    And a true friend would never do that anyway.
     
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    OK, in all seriousness, yes and no.

    Here's the short "Cool Story Bro :thup:":

    Had a girl in High school that was acting interested in me. So we started dating. Then about 3 weeks later she dumped me...2 weeks before prom. Turns out she was only interested in using me as a pathway to one of my good friends so she could go to prom with him.. Now, my friend was sort of a geek (as am I, but I am HAAWWWT), so he was flabbergasted that a girl was interested in him. So of course he started dating her. Can't blame him, I think it was his first girlfriend. They broke up about a month after prom, close to graduation.

    Ancillary part of the story:

    When she dumped me, and I found out the only reason she was dating me was to get to my friend....well...the Sicilian in me came out. I went and purchased one of those extra-large jugs of RoundUp, and then went to her front yard in the middle of the night and sprayed "BITCH" on it in 2-yard high letters. Took a couple of days to show. But it was funny, in an immature kind of way,
     
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    Was just gonna say, anybody who would "steal" your man/woman ain't your friend.

    Of course, I don't believe people can be stolen, short of kidnapping anyway. If your significant other leaves to be with somebody else - they weren't yours. They gave it up.
     

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