Most Helpful Guy
Why would you ever want to be friends with our ex? I understand that there was some friendship there as well as the romance/sex, but there are a few problems with this arrangement.
1. Quite often, after a breakup, the person who does the breaking up will offer "let's be friends" as a way of letting you down slowly but they really don't want to be friends.
2. Quite often, after a breakup, the person who was on the receiving end of the breaking up will jump at the offer because they think, eventually, their partner will realize what a tragic mistake they made. They will keep their desire secret because they know that if it is revealed, you will back away from the friendship. Still, that desire will color everything that they say and do in the "friendship."
3. If you move on and get into a new relationship, how will your new partner feel about you being "friends" with your ex? They will question whether it is just a friendship and will perpetually be suspicious/jealous. And if you hide this friendship from your new partner, you are beginning your new relationship with dishonesty. That new relationship is doomed!1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
If you Want to remain on good terms and 'Still want to be friends' till the end, at least for now, @LouiePaathurnax, then it is Best with Silence is golden so you can Continue and not leave a sour ball rolling around eventually in 'He/she's' mouth.
As wise as owl I am, being you both used to be two birds of a feather, it Might be wise to just let sleeping dogs lie and not cause them to wake up and start barking up a Tree... Suddenly out of the clear blue sky.
Continue what you have going and flowing and don't put your Nice Relationship you have now with your "EX" in the dog house by making He/She all tongue tied.
Good luck. xx0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE