Would you befriend someone who's hitting on your bf/gf?

September 20, 2017 9:22am CST
Nowadays, some people seem to not care about respecting other people for their selfish desires. This may even include hitting on someone who's already in a relationship. Some wouldn't stop until they snatch someone away from someone else's arms because that's "what they want". They exert so much effort just to satisfy their selfish desire without thinking of other people's feelings, of the feelings of the person they're robbing of their happiness. There are different vantage points of this kind of situation but the one who will be hurt the most will be the person who's being robbed of. So, if someone you know, not necessarily your friend, hits on your bf/gf, would you befriend him/her to find out about the real score, and act like everything's cool? Or would you just try to make sure you distance your bf/gf away from that person?
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• Nairobi, Kenya
20 Sep 17
I wouldn't be their friend. I will unconsciously blacklist them in my brain as enemies
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20 Sep 17
I guess that means protecting what's yours, right? Because when you love something, you would protect it at all cost as well, right?
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• Nairobi, Kenya
20 Sep 17
@jainaproudmoore Yes. I wouldn't want to risk my partner starting to like someone else. :) What about you?
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20 Sep 17
@mildredtabitha I think I will try to distance my partner from the person. Having someone who will try to steal your partner hurts already. All the more if your partner will allow it. So, I also wouldn't risk it. I'd like to try to save myself from a major heart ache if I can. Would you let your partner know how you feel?
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• Philippines
2 Feb
is this a girl? and she wants to steal youre bf?
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3 Feb
Well... He has already been stolen...
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• Philippines
3 Feb
@jainaproudmoore sad it is, hope you still may able to move on
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7 Feb
@Strawberry18 I'm still on it... I already am feeling the loneliness digging deeper in my heart. It feels... It just sucks...
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@peachpurple (12770)
• Malaysia
20 Sep 17
when you mentioned "hit" does that refer to punching a person or "hitch" a person? If hitch your gf or bf, of course you should distant your relationship with that person.
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20 Sep 17
Hi @peachpurple! How are you today? I guess something like, someone who would like to steal your bf/gf from you. Someone who's selfish enough to take away your lover from you.
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@peachpurple (12770)
• Malaysia
20 Sep 17
@jainaproudmoore oh that type of person is a back stabber, get him out of my life then. No worth to be a friend
21 Sep 17
@peachpurple it's like having an uninvited competitor towards your lover's heart.
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@carebear29 (28647)
• Wausau, Wisconsin
20 Sep 17
i would talk to them first and then if they do it again let them have it
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20 Sep 17
That's a good move, to talk to them. By "let them have it", does that mean you will let go of your partner?
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• Philippines
2 Feb
i have no to know first what really happened? i might not befriend i will just stay away from these people i dont wanna get involved
• United States
20 Sep 17
I wouldn't be their friend, but I wouldn't be all aggressive either. If someone hits on my girlfriend, I would expect her to know what not to do. Truth is, if your bf/gf finds that other person extremely attractive and is tempted to flirt back, it may happen. If you're not there, it could happen.