Unless it's ok'ed by them first :) Otherwise, you are playing with fire (and a friendship)
I personally wouldnt do that. Its just too weird and will be awkward for me.
Depends how raw and recent things are. There are no rules for every situation.
I would never do that as I'm not willing to risk my friendship. I can be friends with my friends ex, but I'll never get into a relationship with her.
Yes, it is wrong.
Wit, is always a good thing, get as much as you can.
My friend said it's ok - but warned me she's a lousy lay
ask them first, theyll respect you for it. I got with one of my closest friends ex and she stopped speaking to me the second she found out she cried for ages and she never spoke to me again, school was awkward and intense i was alone nearly all the time, i felt like I couldnt talk to our mutual friends anymore either and I was known as such a bad person for it. I wish I'd have just said I liked him to her, it was a very bad move, she was a great friend I really miss her, she sort of went really strange after that with trusting and stuff, i always feel terrible for it
Ask your heart.<br />
And ask your friend.
Invert the situation. How would you feel.<br />
Ask your friends/family. What would they respond?<br />
Can you see a Naaaaaaah it's fine outcome in any of those?<br />
If you were to dig REALLY deep now and go past the standard answers.....could you explore a way this wouldn't be a volatile situation WITHOUT discussing this with said ex's previous lover?<br />
Personally I think that the problem area is defined here as what the ex's lover thinks of this and how deeply you treasure your relation with him/her. If it is an ethical question (which I doubt) then I would say, Im not sure.
Let me check the rule book.<br />
Yep, there it is, Page 47.
Without your friend's permission, yes.