|Tough call on Sep 14, 2015 @ 08:31 am|
I guess it's not technically "wrong" but why would you want to run the risk of seeing your ex all the times in social situations?
I guess it all depends on why you broke up too. And like it or not...there is a bro-code out there...would you want to date someone willing to break that with their BEST FRIEND?
I don't think I could do it.
|Tough one on Sep 14, 2015 @ 04:12 pm|
Really depends on why you broke up I think. If you really were not a match and both of you saw it, and split up in a mature friendly way and wish each other happiness, then why not. If it was an ugly break up...might be challenging.
|. on Sep 14, 2015 @ 05:31 pm|
No. It's not worth the bullshit.
|WOULD YOU EVER DATE YOUR EX'S BEST FRIEND? on Sep 14, 2015 @ 08:26 pm|
No not me I just think it is wrong. I would not want my ex dating my best friend. It happened to me many years ago and I still remember how hard it was seeing them together. It really hurts. I would not want to hurt any one like that.
|No on Sep 14, 2015 @ 09:39 pm|
I wouldn't do that.. It would just feel so wrong. And it would just create conflict and drama. I don't agree with it but each to their own.
|WOULD YOU EVER DATE YOUR EX'S BEST FRIEND? on Sep 15, 2015 @ 12:20 am|
If you went out with your best friends girlfriend ......... YOU ARE ..... NO A friend would not do that NO FRIEND. YOU ARE NO FRIEND..
|... on Sep 19, 2015 @ 11:52 am|
I recently went on a date with my ex's best friend. My ex and I ended on a bad note. He cheated on me and we haven't spoken in 5 years so when his best friend and I ran into each other I figured enough time has passed and it was okay for me to go on a date with him. We didn't end up clicking but I did feel a bit guilty about it even though I have no relationship with my ex. Not sure how he would feel if he ever found out but I guess at this point he has no right to be mad.