- Registration time
- Last login
- Online time
- 1037 Hour
- Reading permission
I don't get where incest comes into it, but OK...|
I would forbid (well, not forbid because in the end it's your choice, but I would STRONGLY advise you not to) you to date your ex's friend for all of the reasons I have mentioned above:
As your ex's friend, she has stronger ties to your ex than to you. As such, for her to date you would be disloyal to her friend. This is because your ex's friend is, at least for a while, going to share in your dislike of you, no matter how well the breakup went. When a girl get dumped, her closest friends get together and talk with each other and with her about how the guy is mean, how he's rude, how she's too good for him, how he's losing such a great thing, and so on. Naturally, she is bound to feel mean-spirited toward you for a while. If she was to date you, your ex would feel betrayed and would not want to be friends with her, which is not something she wants. So it's basically two reasons: one, she's currently sharing in your ex's ill will towards you, and two, she doesn't want to do something that would hurt her friend's feelings further.
I would also like to say that by saying "It's unfair to me," you are being completely self-centered. Why? Because you continue to not take into account the relationship these two girls have as friends, and to insist that you should get your way, regardless of what it may do to their feelings. So far, there's no proof this girl even likes you, so why do you persist?