So it might not come as a surprise to you that you are developing a crush on your friend’s sister.You might decide to keep your distance to see if your crush goes away. Welcome to Ask Dr Nerd Love, the only dating advice column that's short on bullshit, tall in wordcount, narrow of purpose and wide in vision. And what's the best way to try to hook up at a wedding doing your best Vince Vaughn impression? If you're a fan of fine gaming podcasts, then you might want to check out this week's episode of Rebel FM; I'm joining Anthony Gallegos, Arthur Gies and Mitch Dyer for a special all-relationship-questions episode.Today it's all about walking the line between being the cool guy and the pushy jerk. Hey Doc, I've been a fan of your friendly but stern advice since I first read your column but to be honest I never dreamed I'd write in.If you didn’t want to jeopardize the friendship, you should have her—and respected her wishes.Even if she did give you the go ahead, she still may have felt hurt because her emotions were still raw after the breakup.Dear Friendship Doctor, I have a best friend who is like a sister.
“It seems daft now when I think about it to lose a friend over that.” “My friend is actually dating my ex right now but they are both my best friends and I dated him a long time ago (and have moved on now) so I’m glad they’re both happy.
I only accepted his invite because she hated him and wanted him out of her life and didn’t want anything to do with him. But I asked her and let her know because I wanted to be honest and didn’t want to go behind her back.
All my other friends say I did a good thing in telling her before I did anything and that she just taken it too far. I feel like I was the bad person in this problem and she was the good person.
While most of us probably hate our best friend’s exes more than they do themselves after listening to countless stories about them playing Xbox instead of taking them out on dates or being their shoulder to cry on when they cheated, some of us may also have experienced developing a crush on a friend’s former partner. She returned from travelling to find them living together. It’s still pretty awkward when everyone thinks about it too hard.” “HELLLLLL NOOOOOOO. Let’s go with Whitney Houston, ‘It’s not right, but it’s okay’.” “Maybe you’ve got to ask your BBF if it’s okay because you’re in love and maybe they’d understand. “I wouldn’t touch any of my friends or best friends’ exes – it’s just not even in my mind to do that stuff I guess, but maybe it’s because I haven’t actually ever been into them either.” “I’ve been with a best friend’s ex, as in we slept together a couple of times.
Well we asked girls and guys from MTV if they think it’s okay to date your best friend’s ex and here’s what they had to say… There are only so many suitable fish in the sea and as long as there’s no bad blood between the friend and ex, and the friend is cool with it, what’s the big deal? ” “My best friend’s older sister ended up MARRYING her ex. I will say it’s dependent on how much this person meant to the best friend. Sometimes you’ve just got to step to one side and let love do it’s thing. “So actually, I’m torn between if it’s okay or not.
Imagine your best friend telling you she thinks your brother is hot. Would you be totally weirded out, or would you be happy that two people you love are happy together?