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Tips on how to steal a girl from her boyfriend

Updated on September 20, 2012

How to steal a girlfriend from her boyfriend

If you want to steal a girl away from her boyfriend, then you need to know what to do to make it happen. Sometimes the girl of your dreams has a boyfriend but not all hope is lost. Read on and follow these tips to find out how to steal a girl away from her boyfriend.

Never talk about her boyfriend

One thing that you should do when you are trying to steal a girl from her boyfriend is never talk about her boyfriend. If the girl you want starts talking about her boyfriend, then you want to ignore it and steer the conversation elsewhere. If the girl is persistent and continues to talk about her boyfriend, then you do not want to be complimentary. This means that if she is bragging about him, then you do not want to agree with her. Instead, say that you could and would do the same things as her boyfriend does.

You do not want to make her feel lucky to have her boyfriend but at the same time you do not want to bad mouth him because this can damper your chances with her. You need to play it cool when you are trying to steal a girl away from her boyfriend, and bad mouthing her boyfriend is not playing it cool at all.

Get her to open up to you

If you want to steal a girl away from her boyfriend, then you need to get her to have some sort of emotional attachment to you. How do you do this? Be there for her when her boyfriend won't or cannot be. If she has problems and is hinting around talking to you about them, then hear her out. Just tell her you are there for her to talk to when she needs it. Don't ever ask her what's wrong because when you are trying top steal a girl away from her boyfriend, you want her to come to you.

If she needs to talk to you about how badly she is being treated by her boyfriend, then do not badmouth the guy and do not make him look good either. When you are trying to steal a girl away from her man, you do not want to ever make her boyfriend look good. Instead, hear what she is saying and then after she vents, offer to take her out to dinner to take her mind off of things. Whatever was on her mind earlier should not be brought up while you two are out, especially if she was venting about her boyfriend. If she tries to bring up what was bothering her earlier, steer the conversation to something else, preferably something positive. This is important to do when you are trying to steal a girlfriend away from her boyfriend.

The more she opens up to you, the more your chances of stealing her away from her boyfriend goes up.

Don't be the backup guy

When you are trying to steal a girl away from her boyfriend, then you do not want to be the backup guy. You know; the guy she turns to only when she feels like she needs a friend to talk to when her and her boyfriend are not getting along. Instead, you want to be the guy she calls because she thinks you're cool and funny. You want to be the guy she wants to hangout with because she enjoys your company. So how do you get to that point, especially when she has a boyfriend and you are trying to steal her away from him?

Start asking to hangout with her on the weekends or Friday nights. These nights are nights couples love to hangout together on, so if you can pull her away from her boyfriend on these nights, then your chances of stealing her away from her boyfriend go way up. Try to take her to late night dinners and movies every Friday or Saturday night, or at least once a week during the week.

If she is more than willing to hang with you then you are on the right track. You should not flirt with her at all but compliment her and wait to see if she flirts with you first. If she flirts with you, then flirt back and keep it going. This means she is into you and you have a great shot at stealing her away from her boyfriend.


Steal her from her boyfriend

After awhile and after following these tips, then you should have a good idea if you can steal her away from her boyfriend. If she flirts with you often, then it may be time to ask her to leave her boyfriend. If she leaves her boyfriend for you, then you have successfully stole a girl away from her boyfriend.

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      Daniel 4 years ago

      I'm not going to bag on this too much but... this is pretty immoral. any idea the kind of trauma the boyfriend goes through as a result of this? the best advice to steal a girl from her guy is to just not do it. The boyfriend will go through MUCH more pain than the thief will by giving up, as he has already formed an emotional attachment to her. this is pretty much an inhumane tutorial.

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      Azwan 4 years ago

      Hi Tyler Helson, every tips on the internet, no 100% guarantee it work, but u already try to got some effort compare then other guys who do noting and accept fate.

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      Tyler Helson 5 years ago

      It did not work for me when I tried this. She's living a happy life with her boyfriend so I figured it was time to back away.

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