That would make her not the 100% perfect person for me, wouldn't it?
Move on, ofc.
of course. Sorry, bad habit.
Assuming my best friend is happy with my 100% perfect person, I'd force myself to redirect my attractions elsewhere, e.g., always referring to him as my friend's husband to remind myself of their relationship. I'd also regularly give thanks that my friend has a good husband AND ask him about HIS single friends!
i.e., I'd ask him to introduce me to his single male friends.
Back away and be happy for them.
Part of that 100% perfect, is loyalty to her spouse. That would render her unavailable.
Find a new best friend
Nothing. I'm not a home wrecker
My friend got a better phone than i do
I'd burn my feeling to that person, then looking for someone new to adore, I wont ruin a relationship and friendship.
Concoct an elaborate and ill-fated plan to off my friend, and end up on the lamb. In Mexico, I meet a lovely young girl who turns out to not be my 100% perfect match, but we fall in love anyway and grow fruit trees together. Everyone learns a valuable lesson about life and love, except my friend -- he's dead.
No i would just go find a person who's even more perfect for me :)