Ex-wifes sister

Divorced from the wife a few months ago. She has a sister who always had a crush on me, even flirted with me once while I was still married. They are not very close with one another. I have not spoken with the sister since the divorce and I’m not even positive if she would still want to talk to me now.

Lately I have been getting the urge to reach out to the sister. Not even just for a chance of sex but I genuinely want to talk to her and catch up with her, ideally without my ex wife knowing. Would this be morally wrong for me to do?

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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You're lying to yourself. You lonely, feeling insecure and want to get your sex on.

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    this will surely not backfire at all

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The b***h has already divorced him already. What's she gonna do, divorce him again?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Exactly, I’m a single guy now with no ties to their family. The way I see it the sister and I are both independent adults, and if she chose to do anything with me that is her choice because she is now the only one with a relation to my ex

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Maybe let OP’s friends know he’s a creep trying to get with his former sister-in-law? I wouldn’t hang with someone like that, shows some serious high time preference thinking, weird psychosexual manifestations, and inability to move forward in life after hitting a rough spot

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          This is how we know you're illiterate. Read OP again, he says
          >I genuinely want to talk to her and catch up with her
          oh no soooooo suuuuper creeeeepy
          moron

          You really can't see the problem with this? It's a pretty deceptive thing to do, getting with somebody that close to your ex even if they aren't close in regards to their relationship. That just makes OP look like he had these intentions all along while he was with his ex and people are going to assume that whether it's true or not. His ex's sister will probably eventually have conversations with people about it and realize that they aren't wrong. Plus, who the frick wants to be in a relationship with somebody when they know they'll be going into it with drama and baggage waiting for them? "Oh sorry OP my family is over and you know how they feel about you. Oh OP it's so terrible, my family is disowning me because I'm with you and they say I shouldn't be. Please fix it for me! Oh OP this is becoming unbearable, I miss my family so much and can't stand being on bad terms with them. I'm sorry OP but this isn't working out."
          So you're essentially saying you're entering this situation knowing it won't last forever. It's highly improbable that it would and you're lying to yourself if you actually think it will end differently.

          >You really can't see the problem with this
          No, I really don't. But do go on
          >makes OP look like he had these intentions all along
          So you're saying that OP's cunning plan was to date her sister, marry her sister, slog through the misery of marriage to her sister, go through the hell of divorce with her sister, all so that he could, years after the initiation of this putative date/marry/divorce plan, call her up and catch up about what she's been doing recently? As opposed to just walking up to her and saying hi and avoiding the years of hell with her sister? I think this theory of yours says a great deal about your mental incapacity and that of the people you tend to hang out with, but very little else.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            You're fricking moronic if you don't believe this is how people act in these situations. And you're also taking the phrase "all along" too literally. I'm saying they could believe that people will think that as soon as he met her sister, he was attracted to her and wanted to be with her, while he was with his ex, making him look like a real piece of shit.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            You're fricking moronic if you think anybody that matters would give a flying frick about him having a talk with a former in-law.
            >as soon as he met her sister, he was attracted to her
            So you're saying that believe OP's ex-wife might think that OP was ackshually attracted to her sister all along, but dated her sister, married her sister, slogged through the misery of marriage to her sister, went through the hell of divorce with her sister, all as part of his incredibly cunning plan to eventually call her up to chat about things? And you are concerned about what exactly? That his ex-wife might seethe at this unexpected turn of events? That OP might have to laugh at his ex-wife to her face and call her a stupid and jealous c**t? That he might actually tap that ass and enjoy being free and single once again? Really this is the sort of thing his ex-wife should have thought about before divorcing him.

          • 2 weeks ago
            sage

            bump

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I should also mention that it’s not like the sister is the younger, hotter version of my ex. My ex was the prettier and more feminine one, her sister is kinda fugly in comparison

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Damn, ok still do it though. She probably could use the xp boost from getting with someone her hot sister married.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I'm sure your ex totally thinks this and would still be reasonable about you going after her sister, along with the rest of their family. Totally.
            Look, you're obviously convinced this is a good idea regardless of how many people are telling you it's not. So just fricking do it and get what you deserve, which is going to be a short-lived relationship, a frickload of unnecessary bullshit and drama, and a lot of people who are never going to want to talk to you again.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Yeah... he's gonna get pussy and spite his ex wife. That's awesome. She's definitely getting mega fricking plowed what else is he to do?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >along with the rest of their family
            If OP tries to talk for ex-SIL and she declines, then no harm no foul, the worst is that ex-wife would think it's a pathetic attempt by her loser of an ex at trying obliquely to get back in contact with her. If ex-SIL willing to talk to/frick him, then why should OP give more of a frick about his ex's family than his ex's sister does, when it's her family and no longer his?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You really can't see the problem with this? It's a pretty deceptive thing to do, getting with somebody that close to your ex even if they aren't close in regards to their relationship. That just makes OP look like he had these intentions all along while he was with his ex and people are going to assume that whether it's true or not. His ex's sister will probably eventually have conversations with people about it and realize that they aren't wrong. Plus, who the frick wants to be in a relationship with somebody when they know they'll be going into it with drama and baggage waiting for them? "Oh sorry OP my family is over and you know how they feel about you. Oh OP it's so terrible, my family is disowning me because I'm with you and they say I shouldn't be. Please fix it for me! Oh OP this is becoming unbearable, I miss my family so much and can't stand being on bad terms with them. I'm sorry OP but this isn't working out."
        So you're essentially saying you're entering this situation knowing it won't last forever. It's highly improbable that it would and you're lying to yourself if you actually think it will end differently.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I’m not going for a long-term relationship, that would never work of course for basically the reasons you described. I wouldn’t even want a relationship with the sister. Just to say hi and see how things are going. I wouldn’t make any kind of move, though if she did, I would probably go with it.

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Frick it, don't improve, give in to your urges, yolo

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I approve.

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