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why

London, KY

#21 Sep 30, 2008
why do you want to steal someone elses husband aren't you good enough to get one of your own
Again I Am Saddened

London, KY

#22 Oct 1, 2008
drama momma wrote:
how can you steal someones husband?
Sad Point #1 - I am saddened that you actually set out in your day with that being your primary objective and are seeking out to "steal" a husband. Makes ya sound like the local f'ing dogcatcher or something pathetic as such.

Sad Point #2 - I am saddened even further by the realization that you have actually POSTED on the London Topix forum ASKING for help in knowing how to "steal" a husband (thus, again-sounding like a dogcatcher).

Sad Point #3 - And finally, it's just freaking sad beyond anything I've seen on here so far (and there are a lot of pathetic threads started on here, for sure so you're winning a big award here)....it's just the most sad thing I've ever heard of..check it out, it's kind of a little mathematical exercise:

1)Setting Out to "Steal" a Husband as Your Daily Quest and/or Goal (if there's just one specific one in mind, go ahead honey and insert his name here)
PLUS (+)(*Note: that's a plus sign, just so you know---as in addition...just in case all you've seen the "plus" sign on have been your bulk quantity of positive pregnancy tests from your ho-ish ways)
PLUS + Having to "Steal" Him in the First Place - Regardless of whether married or not and with all affair issues aside here, are you really physically trying to like, "steal" him and more to the point, umm. Hun, if you are actually having to take it upon yourself to see to it that he is "stolen" by you, and you are having to overexert yourself with extreme effort to have him be with you sounds like he doesn't want 'stolen'. It would be different if it were a mutual discussion on what to do. This does not appear to be the case for ya.
PLUS (+)
3) Having to consult a public FORUM on this one especially, to gain advice on how to do so

EQUALS (=)

ABSOLUTE PATHETICNESS. Wow. I'm serious, this is one hell of a sad thing we have here. What about! Coming on HERE and asking how to STEAL a husband. Do you not see my point here chick? You are asking how to literally attempt to forcibly remove the man from his current state of life and being and asking advice of those who are going to eat you absolutely alive on here for asking. Don't you have friends to consult? Perhaps you should consult with HIM because I dunno, men don't like surprises of this magnitude...does he WANT shoplifted? I mean, stolen?...'stealing' someone kinda sounds like you're sneakin around his house with a gigantic black dumpster size garbage bag waiting for him to come out only for you to SURPRISE HONEY! him over his little unsuspecting head or something crazy. Again, very dogcatcher-ish. Seems like you'd be just the type of foolish to do such a thing so I don't think that scenario is an unfair one. Anyway-happy man-napping - hope you um, find all that it is you're lookin for on here in the way of advice.
You Better Believe It

Caracas, Venezuela

#23 Oct 1, 2008
why wrote:
why do you want to steal someone elses husband aren't you good enough to get one of your own
someone sounds a little rattled and unsure of themselves? i know you weren't necessarily talking to me seeing as though I'm not the one that started this thread asking how to steal someone's husband but i felt compelled anyway to respond to your question as though you were talking to me. first of all, i could probably answer for many women that find themselves in this particular situation of not actually stealing anything, they don't have to. often, the man is the one begging to be stolen if you will they're simply unsatisfied. i could further answer for women out there that not only did they get one on their own but rest assured they had LOTS of help. from the man of course. it takes two doesn't really take a whole lot of wrangling up when it comes to a man who is disappointed and unsatisfied not to mention unhappy. speaking for myself anyway i am more than good enough if not extraordinarily good enough for anyone hun. just ask your man...i can get one on my own and i have, he helped out a lot in THAT search, let me tell you. OH! i have a question for you now, going back to the formatting of your question, I found some well irony in it why would you care if someone was trying to steal your husband if YOU'RE not good enough to keep him satisifed? someone's gotta do it might as well be someone who knows what the hell they are doing with a man to make and keep him happy in all respects if i were in your shoes, i just wouldn't ask too many questions if you don't want to hear the truth your post on here was very simple but very revealing and desperate at the same time sounds like trouble in paradise for you?
hater

Corbin, KY

#24 Oct 1, 2008
drama momma wrote:
how can you steal someones husband?
What's the point of this poll?
Whatever

Corbin, KY

#25 Oct 1, 2008
I have one word for you: SLUT.
You Better Believe It wrote:
<quoted text>
someone sounds a little rattled and unsure of themselves? i know you weren't necessarily talking to me seeing as though I'm not the one that started this thread asking how to steal someone's husband but i felt compelled anyway to respond to your question as though you were talking to me. first of all, i could probably answer for many women that find themselves in this particular situation of not actually stealing anything, they don't have to. often, the man is the one begging to be stolen if you will they're simply unsatisfied. i could further answer for women out there that not only did they get one on their own but rest assured they had LOTS of help. from the man of course. it takes two doesn't really take a whole lot of wrangling up when it comes to a man who is disappointed and unsatisfied not to mention unhappy. speaking for myself anyway i am more than good enough if not extraordinarily good enough for anyone hun. just ask your man...i can get one on my own and i have, he helped out a lot in THAT search, let me tell you. OH! i have a question for you now, going back to the formatting of your question, I found some well irony in it why would you care if someone was trying to steal your husband if YOU'RE not good enough to keep him satisifed? someone's gotta do it might as well be someone who knows what the hell they are doing with a man to make and keep him happy in all respects if i were in your shoes, i just wouldn't ask too many questions if you don't want to hear the truth your post on here was very simple but very revealing and desperate at the same time sounds like trouble in paradise for you?
duh

Hazard, KY

#26 Oct 1, 2008
I think the point in this is to let some gal know that must of had her husband leave her for another gal.......that a man is not a piece of property HE CAN'T BE STOLEN!!!!!!! I don't think that whoever started this really won't to know how to steal a husband, instead they were trying to make a good point..........THEY A MAN CAN NOT BE STOLEN!!
butternut

Somerset, KY

#27 Oct 1, 2008
duh wrote:
I think the point in this is to let some gal know that must of had her husband leave her for another gal.......that a man is not a piece of property HE CAN'T BE STOLEN!!!!!!! I don't think that whoever started this really won't to know how to steal a husband, instead they were trying to make a good point..........THEY A MAN CAN NOT BE STOLEN!!
if you " stael a husband" it is just like anythingelse it is never really yoursand itis vunerable to beingtaken from you too.
JelloJigglers

Brownsville, TN

#28 Oct 1, 2008
One Word....BOOBIES!!
drama momma

London, KY

#29 Oct 2, 2008
duh wrote:
I think the point in this is to let some gal know that must of had her husband leave her for another gal.......that a man is not a piece of property HE CAN'T BE STOLEN!!!!!!! I don't think that whoever started this really won't to know how to steal a husband, instead they were trying to make a good point..........THAT A MAN CAN NOT BE STOLEN!!
correct!! you got an A++++++++++
Ben there

United States

#30 Oct 2, 2008
No man is worth having if he leaves his wife. He'll just do it to you when something better comes along. So my advise is to find someone that's not married. There's more fish in the sea so go fishing.
i gotta ask

London, KY

#31 Apr 15, 2009
drama momma wrote:
how can you steal someones husband?
well, did ya ever git yer man?
Lady Down On Love

London, KY

#32 Apr 15, 2009
butternut wrote:
<quoted text>men will run around with skank for a while but 9 times out of 10 they go back where they belong. And if you manage to steal them they are never yours cause the next thingthat comes along will steal them from you
I believe this.
wake up

London, KY

#33 Apr 15, 2009
you cant...they want to be took!!
Freedom

London, KY

#34 Apr 15, 2009
You can steal a man by tempting hi making him lust after you when he has a woman. Sleeping with him, and trying to change his mind to be with you and not the one he was with.
Freedom

London, KY

#35 Apr 15, 2009
Stealing is taking something that is owned by another. When you marry you are brought together as one in the eyes of God. Being as one, the other person has verbally and paired "him/her", by making agreement until death do them part. I see where you are coming from. I think you meant "how does a wh*re have the nerve to take what is taken from me" or "how can I take someone elses man as my own, so that they can no longer have him?"
Freedom

London, KY

#36 Apr 15, 2009
Notice if you are married you call them "your" husband/wife. No one elses.
Freedom

London, KY

#37 Apr 15, 2009
Same in boyfriend/grrlfriend. His or Hers.
Sassy

London, KY

#38 Apr 15, 2009
If you are trying to take away what is together to have for yourself you are stealing in a sense.

If you want to know how to take someones man I have no advice to give you other than stating that it is wrong and you will be done to as you do to others.

If you are wanting to know how someone has the nerve, or why they have no concern for the couple
I dont know because I dont believe in taking away that which is already taken.

It takes a true lowlife, coldheartedly cruel person to wreck a home by breaking up the relationship. It is selfish.

You get what you give. Remember that.
mary

Sheridan, AR

#39 Apr 16, 2009
its hard enough being married without having woman like you running around trying to temp our men.
I swear the day my man put on his wedding ring he got flirted with 90% more.
us woman need to stick together and support each others marriage and try to keep men faithful to their wives instead of trying to see if he will leave his wife for you.
you can't just "steal" someones husband if he wants to leave he will leave, he is probably just using you to get a little on the side.

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