Bush Leagues wrote:If she's available, then I don't particularly take issue with trying to get with her, although I wouldn't want you to take advantage of her emotional vulnerability (seems like she is from your post). If it seems like she'll go back to him, you can consider telling her that he was cheating (although I might not mention who, if you know), and basically letting her know that he's not really into a serious relationship right now (evidenced by his cheating). I have no idea if you are or not either, although I would be clear up-front either way. Be aware that it will cause friction between you and this guy, and depending on his temperament, impulsiveness, etc, might cause you more serious problems than a strained relationship for a while.
Bush Leagues wrote:EDIT: I don't think I come off this way, but I want to make it clear - I'm not being judgmental of you or anything along those lines. I gave the advice I did because it's the best I can think of for your particular situation.
Sun Fin wrote:Personally I'd give some time for the whole situation to settle down. I don't think you want to get in to a messy love triangle, believe me those things are not fun. Instead I'd wait, hope that she rejects him outright and give them both time to move on. Then you make your move knowing that your not a rebound boyfriend, that she doesn't still have feelings for someone else and actually being confident that you can dismiss those rumours of being a 'home wrecker'.
mrbeate wrote:It has been almost a month since they broke up, the flirting started the day after they broke up. I don't want to snitch, It's not my thing. We may not like each other after but I don't mind.
mrbeate wrote:I'm not looking for anything serious, but I also want to see how far this goes. Being a known home wrecker SUCKS! Girls assume the worst of you and don't want to be around you.
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