(Closed) Husband's little sister had a fling with his closest friend- tough situation

posted 2 years ago in Emotional
Post # 286
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

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mrstodd2bee :  lol it takes two to tango, little sister chose to hook up on and off with this guy for years and only suddenly got upset when he told her it was over for good.

Post # 287
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2017

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fiver :  yes, it takes two to tango, but with all the people out there wanting to dance there’s no need to “tango” with your besties 5 year younger relative *knowing* bestie would be totally against it…  She is trying to make trouble but said “friend” is a pos, no question. 

Post # 288
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: City, State

Your SIL sucks. 

Post # 289
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Helper bee

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mrstodd2bee :  Yes. She’s being vindictive but that doesn’t make what he did acceptable. 

Post # 290
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

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mrstodd2bee :  the same can be said of the sister…

Of all the dicks available to take for a spin, why did she pick her brothers best friends dick to joyride? From what OP said, they’ve had a history of consentual friends with benefit style hook ups before all this came to head. 

She’s no innocent by your definitions either. She broke another unwritten rule that goes hand in hand with what you prescribe to. You say you shouldn’t shag your besties family members but I’ve also equally heard people abide by the rule that you shouldn’t shag your family members friends. It’s akin to basically ‘not shitting where you eat’ or more apptly ‘not shagging where you live’. 

I’d also be very wary of believing everything that the sister is saying happened regarding the break up. She doesn’t seem very trustworthy and proves that point in the way she is manipulating OP and her husband. Sending out vague messages designed to worry someone you supposedly love is an awful thing to do. 

At the end of the day, this is case of two people who got together, one person had more feelings whilst the other decided that the other wasn’t the right person for them. The guy didn’t even ghost her. He told her how he felt and then didn’t keep responding to what probably amounted to her persistent messages in hope of having him change his mind. I wouldn’t respond to those kind of messages either after a break up because to me replying would probably amount to giving someone false hope that we ever had a chance of getting back together. That seems infinitely crueler than not replying to attempts at communication.

 

 

Post # 291
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Bumble bee

Little sissy is playing you all big time. She sure is getting the attention she craves. 

 

Can’t believe this thread keeps popping up with literally no real update. Major eye rolling here. 

Post # 293
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2017

How is this thread still alive 

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