Yeah we have the freedom to love who ever we want, but once we are in a state of commitment its hard for our bodies to forget about the individual we have committed to ourselves with.
Yes emotionally we may not be attached , but physically our bodies still remember all the interactions we have with that significant other.
Thats why we feel rage, anger, jealousy, depserations etc.....when we see someone else with that significant other.
One, they've been dating that long and to break up of course they still have SOME feeling for eachother.
Two, the girls is just ******** up for moving in like that.
Three, it seems like the girl wants to get beaten up. XD
Yeah that happens alot Miz. I don't why anyone would want to date a boy, when they knew that it would upset their friendship. That's basically a huge slap in the face, show you they have no respect for you.
Well like, even if i had a friend who went out with a guy for a month and they broke up. I'd respect that that guy was off limits. Theres plenty of fish in the sea. And well.. I guess it would also depend how deep the friendship, cause if its a shitty friend, then free game. But then its like wouldn't you always associate those two people together. Just. That'd be a weird mess of relationships. I guess it really depends what the person values more. Because some people value romantic relationships than friendships, yknow? So you prob could meet a shady b***h that woould date your ex. ;o
I would feel awkward dating my best friend's ex. Even if they said it was alright and they had no problems with it.
In my heart i don't think I would honestly do it. Unless there will be no drama involved at all.