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Thread: Is it a good idea to ask out an ex while being FWB?

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    Originally Posted by MelBeats1995
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    But I think it'll be too early to ask him. What could be a better option?
    What MissCanuck said.

    Otherwise, a better option would be not engaging in the FWB at all. That's just settling for scraps.

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    Just curious about the timing.
    The current fwb previously friend zoned you because he said he wasn't ready for a relationship. Yet he is fresh out of a relationship.

    How long was that relationship and just consider whether his original comment about 'not being ready' may in reality have been 'not ready to in a relationship with you' Because he's obviously capable of one.

    No doubt he likes you. My guess is he's rebounding and who better to rebound with then someone he likes and he know feels the same. But you may have just caught him in that 'not ready' window again. And now you are a willing participant to his terms.

    Of course he says nice things to you. FWB's not only like you, but they need to procure their investment.

    I agree with Jibralta. Look out for yourself and protect your heart. Ask him if the terms have changed or if they are negotiable. You'll save yourself some heartache in the long run.

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