I think it best to throw the chips where they might. He no longer has a claim on her. Although the situation isn't ideal, maybe you will end up married. A word to you, my father was best friends with my mother's ex....and my parents ended up married for 50 plus years before my mother passed away. I feel it is perfectly o.k......unless you value the friend more than her. It is def your call.
Certainly nothing wrong with this but there will always be a residual factor perpetually in your friendship. The so called "elephant in the room " syndrome.
its really fine. :) Your friend should understand.
I think that he'll understand about it if he's truly your best friend. He may get a bit upset about it at first, but he'd get over it since he's already in another relationship.
Sloppy seconds or a homie hopper?
Nothin wrong with that
Well it's okay as long as your friend doesn't have any emotional attachment remaining with that person
and you've asked them and they're said they're okay with it..
just i hope the ex comes to you not because she wants to take a revenge or still wants to be close to you because she wants to know about your best friend.. good luck for you guys
i dont think it is wrong:) it isnt a middle school relationship and real friendships will be understanding of love
I don't know if I was say it is wrong per say but I know I'd feel awkward getting involved with someone broken in by a friend of mine.
If he has found someone else, you aren't doing something wrong by being with her, but i think you should have told him earlier, as it does still concern him.
The only betrayal i can see is if he never wanted to see her again, and by hooking up with her, you are forcing the two back into each other's lives, but if they parted relatively well, then it should be ok, unless he feels betrayed that you didnt tell him sooner.
It is all at the mercy of the circumstances, and his principles, but personally, my best friend went out with an ex of mine only weeks after we split, and i was fine with it. She is a person, who am i to veto her if we aren't together, especially if it was my choice (or in your friends case, he has someone else)? However i would have been hurt if he hadnt told me.
Tell him that, i cant see why that's not going to be ok, but tell him soon if you think he already knows.
great answer tard.
Sorry i don't speak *****.
actually you do.
Your best friend will get to laugh at you finding out what they already know.
yikes that is going against one of rules of life.. never date anyones ex
because no matter what never date an ex even if person says IT WONT BOTHER THEM. IT DOES
So what's the recommendation then? Everyone has been involved with someone usually before they find their soulmate, you have to get involved with someone's ex - now I will concede that the ex of your best friend may not be the best idea.
Ask your best friend about that if you really care.
I also just started dating my besties ex. we almost have the same story as you but him and my bestie only dated for 9 months. I decided not to tell her right away and she found out from one of my friends, she was not happy at all. It wasn't because I was dating her ex though it was because I hadn't told her sooner. We are still besties after we talked about it and she is completely fine with it, so no it's not wrong but if you feel it's not working out then just break up. You don't want to loose a friend over a guy friends are forever and guys can come and go.