Does the best friend own an axe?
Love the double tone to your answer!
It's a double-sided sword.....
NO as i think it crosses the boundaries and can ruin a great friendship you have
If the friendship is great for both. What if your friend is in the friendship strictly for themselves? Does not care about you as much as you may think? Is it still worth sacrificing finding someone good for you?
No. It that person wasn't good enough for my friend, I doubt he would be good enough for me. I have very high standards. I believe in recycling but I don't want anybody's rejects.
Yes--- only IF my friend is okay with it. Bottomline for me, a date with a guy is not worth losing over a good friendship. There are other (uncomplicated) fishes in the ocean.
No, its been done to me. I wondered if something was going on before he was my ex. I stopped hanging with her because I hated him. And whyyyy would she even go there after she saw how he had treated me? No..nope! No way!
yes and I have but only after telling my friend and making sure it was OK. If you can't ask your friend then don't do it there isn't only one man/woman on earth and someone's ex means there are feelings there.
No definately not, too much baggage and problems. There are plenty of other people out there in the world with less complications added to it.
No, bro's before hoes!
Yes. Once a person has broken up, the other person is not property. You don't get to go through life putting your little mark on people that no one else can touch. If there is a real connection then go for it. Even if it doesn't work out, wouldn't you have wanted to have tried than be left wondering 'what if'??
only with their premission
no freaking way... next thing you know, you got an ex friend...
Not a smart move. Even if your friend and their ex got along it is always awkward seeing them date someone else, much less you. In the end the chance for drama is too great and the cons of such a relationship are far greater than the pros. I don't care how hot/attractive he or she is.<br />
Bottom line is that there are plenty of other people out there.
If my friend and her boyfriend broke up just because their personalities clashed, then yes. If they broke up because the guy was a jerk, then no.
No, sloppy seconds...
I actually lived with a friend's ex. What a mistake. Not because he was the friend's ex, just because we were both newly dumped and needy. The relationship ended badly, when we outgrew our need.
Serves you right
Yes if I wanted an ex friend.
Not unless they gave me their approval first that way I know that they have moved on. Plus I would never wantto hurt my friends.
Only if my friend was ok with it.
Only? There is still more to this!
Probably not. The quickest way to make that friend an ex-friend.