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So what do you guys think about dating one of your best friend's sisters? How wrong is it? lol....I'm bored and have recently been put in a weird position and would like to get some opinions.

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What does the friend think?

The friend doesn't know anything yet...hence thats why I posted this thread ;D

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What does the friend think?

IMO, this is all that really matters.  If you're just looking for a play thing to help pass time,...then pass this one up.  If you really like her, approach him and tell him how you feel.  

Respect goes a long way.  Trust me, it's worth more than you think, take it from a guy who sacrificed some recently.

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Well one of my best friends married one of my other best friend's sister.

Me personally ... I would stay away from it if this was truly one of my best friends

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Is it morally wrong? No. Is it smart? No, unless you don't care whether you see your friend anymore should the relationship go sour. It's kind've like dating a coworker. If things go badly, you still have to work with or interract with that person (or her brother). But if you can't bear to be apart, so be it.

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What does the friend think?

IMO, this is all that really matters. If you're just looking for a play thing to help pass time,...then pass this one up. If you really like her, approach him and tell him how you feel.

Respect goes a long way. Trust me, it's worth more than you think, take it from a guy who sacrificed some recently.

Yeah I was thinking about talking to him about it sometime soon and getting his reaction and another thing is that she is really his half sister so its a little different but still a little weird. It seems like a bad idea but somethings may be worth the chance so I still dont know what I'm going to do.

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Seems like me and LBH are on the same page here, its all about respect. If you like her, talk to your friend and be honest. If he shows any concern at all, back off. You will find treating people with respect will get you a long way in life.

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Hey I grew up in a real tight neighborhood, almost everyone married their best friends siblings MOST OF THOSE MARRIGES SURVIVED, some 40 years later. If you became friendly with her, and like Russ , said this is not just passin time, I would talk with your friend and go for it. Friends make for great relationships.

Try to get EXPERIENCE from some of the older fellas here. The younger ones are still at the sticking gum in the girls hair stage and don't have a clue

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"Try to get EXPERIENCE  from some of the older fellas here. The younger ones are still at the sticking gum in the girls hair stage and don't have a clue"

Nice line Muddy, I guess as you get older that statement will move farther from funny to making incredible sense.

Oddly this is one of the times I hope to be on the "older fellas" group.....   :)

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first of all i'm going to need some pictures of said girl. But this actually happened to my friend this year. One guy married his best friends sister. Things didn't work out and there was an ugly divorce. Some things were said between the two and they no longer talk. I'm sure your not thinking of marrying the girl yet,  but things do change when this sort of thing happens. On the other hand, if shes hot enough, you can always find another friend. lol j/k  Bros before gardening utensils

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From your picture, you look young....  I would say that if you are not yet ready to get married, stay away from her.  Your friend will be there long after your next girlfriend is gone...  if your next girlfriend is his sister, it's very possible that when it ends with her it ends with him.  

I never had a friend worth losing.  So I never tried to date any of my friend's sisters.

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What does the friend think?

IMO, this is all that really matters. If you're just looking for a play thing to help pass time,...then pass this one up. If you really like her, approach him and tell him how you feel.

Respect goes a long way. Trust me, it's worth more than you think, take it from a guy who sacrificed some recently.

He hit it right on top the head, ask you bud what he thinks! :)

If you ask me, he'll get more ticked if he finds out on his own, and less, if at all, if you tell him!

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My best friend from high school knocked up my sister (yeah, I know, she had something to do with it, too). I don't speak to him anymore. Don't do it if you're passing time.

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i say go for it if you  really like her, but it might be a good idea to talk to your friend about it.  i dont know about dating the friends sister, but i do know that dating your friends girlfriend is not recommended, especially if you want to keep the friend!!   ;D

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lol thanks for all the responses guys. Thats what I like about Bass Resource, no matter what the question is, someone always has input and its really helpful....even if it is a bunch of old farts!  :D kidding of course!

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 Normaly I'd say go for it with a few qualifiers. With it being the sister of a friend you should be extra cautious on how you handle things. Only date her if you act like a very mature young man and handle yourself with class at all times. Same for the other way around; is she mature enough to handle a breakup? If the answer is no then forget it. This way nobody gets hurt when it goes south as most do. Many people can be good friends after a breakup but often they cannot.

 Note: I said normaly...

Things in print don't always convey the authors feelings but

as your first 2 words say I'M Bored I'd say this is a bad idea at this stage in your life.

Just my .02 FFI

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as your first 2 words say I'M Bored I'd say this is a bad idea at this stage in your life.

Just my .02 FFI

I meant that I was bored at work, not that I was bored in general but I know what your saying.

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Its really all about what your friend thinks.  If you move forward you better be ready to treat someone better than you ever have or risk losing a friend.  If he is a true friend, regardless of what happens, as long as you treat her with respect there should be no issues.  Take it from someone that has 1/2 brothers and sisters there is no difference.

You also need to read and re-read Flech's post.  He makes a lot of good points.

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If any of my friends ever hinted about going out with my sister they would get a fist to the face.

Also keep in mind, a breakup with her could lead to an ended friendship with him too.

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