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Namida
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There was this girl flirting with my at a disco kinda think a few weeks back, she's nice but I don't know her very well. But thats not why i'm here, she's a very close friend of a girl a whent out with for 2 months EXACTLY a year ago. After she dumped me she got really bitter and stuff. So i'm wondering 1: Is it worth trying to get with this girl, my ex's frind and 2: If I do go for it, how do I do it?

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ghostie
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Your ex was in the past, and things about past relationships are that both people should move on, even if it is difficult in some situations.
That is just what you are doing [Smile] Do you worry it will hurt your ex's feelings? Does this new girl know that you and your ex were an item?
It can't hurt to get to know this girl at least, and make it clear that you and her friend went out, and see how she feels about that. And maybe even, depending on what terms you and your ex are, see how she feels about that too.
Have both of you been in other relationships since? If so, it may make it clearer that you have both move on you see.

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allyice11
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Get to know her a little more, maybe try being friends first. And see if see is the type of girl you would be happy pursuing.
Best of luck [Smile]

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Namida
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My ex hates me, she refused to go to her friends 18th cos i was comming, she storms off if i come too close (and now she's been sitting with my friends at school bcause of a fight between 2 of her other friends, making things much harder). I've had a girlfriend since, but my ex hasn't been with anyone i think, i was her first real boyfriend (and if u've read my posts from last year u'd kno y). The girl knows bout us, everybody does.
What i'm worried about is like, makin my ex uncomfortable, or damaging the two girls friendship.
I know the girl ok, we had some classes together 2 years ago, but none since. I've managed to talk to her a couple of times since the disco, once in the library and a couple of times between classes, the trouble is she's almost always with my ex, and if i go near my ex storms off and the girl follows

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And still the beds are burning, burning in our sleep.
Take me away from everything I see.

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