I like my best friends ex boyfriend. Yesterday we hung out at her house and I felt a connection between me and him. She left the room for a little and he sat down next to me on the bed and we started playing around. He then stole my phone and I tried to get it out of his pocket and he smiled and said "Yeah that's how I like it" joking around. Later on we were in the hallway and he had his arms wrapped around me trying to get me to go back in the room. Then later he was talking in the phone with his mom so to screw with him I went to where he was and started saying random things. He covered my mouth and then got serious and said "Shh" he uncovered my mouth but kept his arm around me. Another friend came and we walked back. The awkward thing is that its so obvious that my best friend still likes him. She flirts with him. Also she's the one who dumped him. I dont want to ruin our friendship but I like him a lot. Should I talk to my friend? Or just forget about him?
[ Answer this question ] Want to answer more questions in the Relationships category? Maybe give some free advice about: Love Life? AngelsColumn answered Wednesday August 8 2012, 9:59 pm: There is this rule me and my friends have. Wait 3-5 months after break-ups and then the other person can talk to them in a relationship way. Since your saying she still likes him then it will be best for you guys to talk about it. Just ask her & be like do you still like him and go from there. I think you should tell her so it won't get weird & so things won't be bad between you two. Cause it will be wrong if you like him and she ended up saying she still likes him so u feel like you have to back off. But also be careful see if he likes you first so you won't look like a fool at the end of all of this.
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