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Did you ever think that YOU might be the one who's not nice? You may mean well by saying "Oh, I love her so much, I kept calling her because I want to tell her that," and so on, but step back and think about it: you dumped your girlfriend, who is her friend, and now you're trying to date her. That is incredibly insensitive to both your ex and to her friend. |
We have an expression in English; I would say "you can't have your cake and eat it too." Meaning, you can't have everything you want--you can't leave your girlfriend and expect her friend to want to be your girlfriend right away. Because, to put it plainly, unless she is a horrible friend, she won't do it. If I was your ex's friend, I wouldn't date you either. Your feelings may be sincere, but going after an ex's friend is something you just don't do.
You know, you come on here and ask for a lot of advice, but I have yet to see any evidence of you actually following it. So I'll try again and, for more effect, I'll use all caps and simple language:
LEAVE YOUR EX'S FRIEND ALONE. SHE DOES NOT WANT TO TALK TO YOU NOW. SHE PROBABLY DOES NOT WANT TO DATE YOU. DO NOT CALL HER "EVIL" FOR NOT RETURNING YOUR CALLS, BECAUSE THAT IS UNFAIR.
IF I WERE YOU, I WOULD START LOOKING FOR NEW PLACES TO FIND A GIRLFRIEND. IF YOU WANT ANYONE TO RESPECT YOU, DO NOT CONTINUE TO PURSUE YOUR EX'S FRIEND.