Asking a coworker out?

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Asking a coworker out?

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    rdochuff
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    July 23, 2015 at 8:52 pm #83189
    Asking a coworker out?

    Here s the situation: I started my new current job about 2 months ago, & upon training during the day shift I met this female whom I instantly was attracted to. I talked to her a bit those 2 days I worked with her and there seemed to be some chemistry, but then after my training I started my normal shifts during which hours we worked didn t overlap. However, luckily one of my shifts got switched to a night where there would be an overlap in time which we both worked, but I have yet to ask her on a date. Mostly due to this: we both work in a hospital environment where there are almost always other coworkers around, so we don t talk alot to eachother during this hour of time, sometimes we do however. And being around the other coworkers it would be sonewhat awkward to ask her on a date in front of all of them. Occasionally we do get a brief moment that would work great, but I feel as though I don t talk with her enough to come across as interested. What should I do?


    girlinsearchof
    Participant
    July 24, 2015 at 4:49 am #83190

    Although you’ve worked there for two months, it doesn’t really seem you two have really talked enough to give it a go. In my opinion, I think you should wait to get a feel for it before you make that leap and in return make things awkward at the workplace for the both of you.


    zach94
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    July 25, 2015 at 11:27 am #83238

    Try complimenting her or doing flirty jokes with her in front of your coworkers, it shows you’re confident. I guarantee that’ll spark interest for her if there isn’t already. Trust me I’ve gone the flirty route in private and in public with coworkers. The times I’ve done it in public worked out better. If she wants it to be private, she’ll tell you straight up. But don’t be afraid of asking her out in front of your coworkers, just be cautious of which coworkers it is. You don’t want to be known as the flirt at work