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This S.O. can not be taken and the only way someone could take him is if he wanted to go.  



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Yes, but if the person is in a functional and happy relationship, I think it would take an incredibly manipulative and patient person to do it.  No matter how good a SO is for you, the fact remains that no one can be everything to you. 
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Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

Yes, you can take someone else's S/O...i believe that MOST people aren't happy in their current relationships and are just sticking to their comfort zone until someone "better" comes along anyway.  I think a lot of people already have one foot out the door.  When i say Most, i am not talking 99%...more like 70%.

This post made me sad.  I know what you mean too.  I blame the media.  Ain't nothing better coming most of the time.  If people spent as much time making their relationships great as they do wishing they were better, it'd be a whole other story.
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Originally posted by lovelife lovelife wrote:

Originally posted by Flowing-Ice Flowing-Ice wrote:

Originally posted by lovelife lovelife wrote:

no. you can't take someone from a place they didn't already want to leave, imo. 

lol, so... changing the wording makes people feel better?
mmkay.


LOL LOL but you aren't taking them. like "you can't **** the willing"

what's the bleeped out stuff?
the whole point of "taking" someone is to make their current situation look miserable.
once you make them want to leave, just insert yourself into that picture. lol. 
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Sure.
Aren't there cultures where if you rape a chick she has to marry you?
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Originally posted by Sang Froid Sang Froid wrote:

Sure.
Aren't there cultures where if you rape a chick she has to marry you?

They have cultures that still do this? I believe it was like that in Biblical days.
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taking someone involves, IMO, a person ENDING things with the person they are with and choosing to be with another person instead. 

in most cases what I see however, is that the person cheats, gets caught and is dumped, and THEN moves on to the next. to me this isn't taking, it's picking up trash that someone else discarded and claiming it as a prize. 

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Originally posted by Flowing-Ice Flowing-Ice wrote:

Originally posted by lovelife lovelife wrote:

Originally posted by Flowing-Ice Flowing-Ice wrote:

Originally posted by lovelife lovelife wrote:

no. you can't take someone from a place they didn't already want to leave, imo. 

lol, so... changing the wording makes people feel better?
mmkay.


LOL LOL but you aren't taking them. like "you can't **** the willing"

what's the bleeped out stuff?
the whole point of "taking" someone is to make their current situation look miserable.
once you make them want to leave, just insert yourself into that picture. lol. 


r*pe. i don't like that word.
and that's some really shady ish.
sounds like you've done it before flow LOL
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Originally posted by ThatGurlD ThatGurlD wrote:

Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

Yes, you can take someone else's S/O...i believe that MOST people aren't happy in their current relationships and are just sticking to their comfort zone until someone "better" comes along anyway.  I think a lot of people already have one foot out the door.  When i say Most, i am not talking 99%...more like 70%.

This post made me sad.  I know what you mean too.  I blame the media.  Ain't nothing better coming most of the time.  If people spent as much time making their relationships great as they do wishing they were better, it'd be a whole other story.

amen, i feel the same way.  no one wants to work with what they have...this same mentality permeates the way ppl feel about their jobs, physical appearance, etc...just put in some effort and things will work.  
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nah @ lovelife.
but im the exception to the rule. my baby aint goin nowhere. Cool
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