Would you ever date your friend's ex or your ex's best friend? Watch

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I looked at the other thread where the OP was getting a lot of abuse because she dated her ex's best mate.
What would you do if you developed feelings for an ex's best friend or a best friend's ex?
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hell no
my girl is the best looking in her group of friends
highstandards and nodowngrading
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Even if I did develop feelings, there's not a chance in hell I would ever act on them.

I guess it's different for everybody, but certainly amongst my friends/social circle there is this unspoken rule...we just don't do it, I expect the same of them.

Maybe in certain circumstances an exception may be made, like say if they just casually went out for a weeks and broke off but on good mutual terms...and her and I were seriously into each other and wanted a proper relationship. But even then I would feel kind of bad and to be honest I wouldn't even let it get to the stage of sharing feelings and getting serious, developing the desire to have a serious relationship in the first place.
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Unless I was pretty damn convinced it was the love of my life, I'd do my very best to steer clear. If there's one thing you can take away from EastEnders, it's that sleeping with your best friend's guy or ex is not a good idea
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There are so many guys/girls in the world, why **** where you eat xx
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Nein.
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From personal experience... VERY BAD IDEA!
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Extremely awful idea, speaking from personal experience. We didn't date, but things happened, and it lost me a lot of friends.
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Yes. I've done it. Worst. Break. Up. Ever.
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no never
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No, I won't.
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bros before hoes
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I've had it done to me, and it's bad. No way would I do it. What makes it worse is that when it happened to me, I looked back and realised he was planning the whole thing from the start.
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(Original post by Psyk)
I've had it done to me, and it's bad. No way would I do it. What makes it worse is that when it happened to me, I looked back and realised he was planning the whole thing from the start.
Your best mate dated your ex?
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(Original post by chocolat321)
Your best mate dated your ex?
Well, I certainly wouldn't call him a best mate (even before this happened) but yeah he pretended to be my friend.
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Yes and No..

On a few occasions, after meeting some of my girlfriend's friends, it becomes apparent that I chose the wrong one..

But also on certain occasions, my mate chose an even worse one, so I won.
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