If you found out that your gf/bf/spouse slept with your close friend(s), is that a deal breaker?
turn on or off?
For me, done, over...yes this would be the deal breaker no questions asked, They can have each other, go off and play in your own playground. The jig is up, the marriage is over, sweet dreams...
sorry. i failed to expound of the question.
it's more of:
If you found out that your gf/bf/spouse slept with your close friend(s) BEFORE YOU, is that a deal breaker?
before the two of you went into a relationship not during.
That a big turn off.But if you truely love them yall will find some way to get around that mistake or that big Incident.
At first glance I was like why is anyone even asking this question. But the corrected version I would have to say no, not a deal breaker. It would depend on the nature of their relationship. Were they in love or was it a one night stand? Was it just a sex thing or do they still creep from time to time? It also depends on what he wants from you? Are you going into a monogamous relationship or is he just trying to get down for the sake of saying he slept with two friends? Does your friend still have feelings for this person? I would discuss with the friend first and definitely wouldn't rush into having sex with the person. It may be less complicated to get someone who hasn't smashed the homies but if you really like them it could work.
Just remember, it's never what you do but how you do it. Good luck!
No , because we never had a deal to begin with , you don't make deals to be with someone ,what you do is you make a choice. If she/he slept with someone then i would simply leave them.
A massive deal breaker. End of relationship and also end of friendship with whoever they did it with.
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