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By Anonymous - / Tuesday 17 November 2015 10:20 / United States - Hialeah
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By  Allusivness  |  21

Really all I can say is get over it. Not meaning it in a mean way but he's your EX for reason. He can date who he wants just as you can. Fyl at the same time tho since your being seeing him.

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By  Allusivness  |  21

Really all I can say is get over it. Not meaning it in a mean way but he's your EX for reason. He can date who he wants just as you can. Fyl at the same time tho since your being seeing him.

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  TrippingOnAcid  |  29

Yeah - he's her ex for a reason, which could mean he's abusive, a cheater or someone you otherwise wouldn't want your friend exposed to. You can't tell her to get over it without knowing the situation.

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  9a_1z  |  12

It's one thing for your ex to date your friend, it's another thing for your friend to be complaining to you about him. Unless her friend had no idea it was her ex that sort of thing is kinda tasteless, she's dealt with her problems with him, she shouldn't have to deal with her friend's.

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  ThatOneChick856  |  35

#14- Wow, you are making a LOT of big assumptions about OP's ex purely because they aren't dating anymore. The FML gives you no reason to believe the ex is a horrible person. Ex only means that they are no longer romantically involved, and NOTHING more. For one, people /can/ break things off with their ex without it being for the reason of abuse or cheating. There are plenty of possibilities. And secondly, if OP's friend was complaining about their boyfriend's horrible habits that sounded like situations OP knew the danger of (like possible cheating/abuse), then I really doubt OP would've made a playful comment in place of showing legitimate concern.

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  DoomedGemini  |  37

You'd think the friend wouldn't date the guy if he was too terrible, though it also makes them pretty ridiculous for complaining about something op probably complained to them about.

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  Weirddate  |  11

"Get over it?" You don't seem to be picking up on the fact OP"s "friend" is going out with her ex! That's just wrong. Real friends respect each other enough not to do something like that!

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  DoomedGemini  |  37

I don't get how it's disrespectful to date someone's ex? I agree they probably should've talked to op first and see her thoughts, but if you believe that you can't choose who you love why would you throw a fit if your friends falls for your ex? It might be uncomfortable and hard at first, but wouldn't you want your friend to be happy?

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  nityasomaiya  |  46

*One person. But well, I know it hurts OP, but if your friend really gets along with him and they're perfect together, just (pretend to) be happy for them. Cause really, the I can't date my best friend's boyfriend cause that'd be betraying her is getting old. Well, this might even help you move on faster, seeing he's already done so. Although if he cheated on you causing your breakup, that'd be an absolutely different matter, in which case, bash both their brains.

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  Fmlsea  |  26

im sure ops "friend" would know what ops ex is like since friends normally share alot about their lives and relationships with another. sounds like the friend knew what she was in for when she started dating him

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