She fills you in on everything that happened at school that day, from classwork to the latest juicy gossip. She gives you the "look" whenever your crush walks by. It helps for when you just can't with Monday mornings, or you're feeling down after bombing a test. It is absolutely unacceptable to watch your fave show without texting each other every few minutes.
No matter how much it annoys you because you swear your crush notices, you secretly kind of love how she's so in tune with everything you're feeling/thinking.
Would he then be as afraid to tread upon the precarious grey paths? The first chilly winds that blow up against one’s being in the process are the ethico-moral ones.
It is important to note that about 80% people in the world who espouse the worldview reinforced in the rule stated at the outset are following the rule without even being in the situation. Of course, there are certain situations that call for ‘keeping a safe distance’ and nipping your feelings for a friend’s ex in the bud. Right now, what I intend to state is that if dating a friend’s ex is an inevitable thing in the queer community and that does not take away from friendships forged over years or over a couple of drinks at the bar, why does dating in the straight community have to be defined by so many rules?
Personally I’m fine either way although family I generally like brother or sisters ex maybe cousins beyond that would be kind of weird.
If they broke up amicably, treat it like any dating situation.
Of course, I understand that rationalists shall subject my justification to a demand and supply rule but the principles of economics are far too weak to mute the voice of the heart. Analyze your feelings If you have a crush on your friend’s ex or are simply lusting after him/her, it is better to drive away those transient feelings.