Can't read him

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Can't read him

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    Katie__17
    Participant
    April 20, 2017 at 4:31 pm #133842
    Can't read him

    So there is this guy who I used to work with and we talked a good bit, he would always make a point of coming over to talk to me whenever we worked together. Unfortunately I don’t work there anymore but whenever I go back to where I used to work he always comes over to talk to me but it is supper rushed cause he is at work so I haven’t been able to ask him for his number. He doesn’t have Facebook unfortunately so I’m not sure if I should ask an old coworker and friend for his number or tough it out and wait till I might see him again and hope I have a chance to ask him for his number?

    richiro
    richiro
    Participant
    April 21, 2017 at 10:27 am #133903

    always best to do it in person and somehow find a way to slip it in
    .
    however… be cautious sbout work. people have to be on their best behavior and be social “at work” many times (or some people feel that way) – so i wouldn’t’ put too much weight on interactions at work. if there has never been a suggestion or seed planted that you should interact outside of work – i thikn that tells you pretty much this is a work-relatied relationship – not personal.

    however.. the best way to find out is to somehw steeer the convo and find a way to slip in a way to suggest that maybe you talk or meet outside of work and not for the purposes of work-related interacting.


    totomalan
    Participant
    April 22, 2017 at 5:03 am #134070

    Just ask him for the number 🙂


    Anonymous
    April 23, 2017 at 4:29 am #134083

    Wait till you see him again and ask for his number. I’m sure he’ll be happy to give it to you


    Mia500
    Participant
    April 23, 2017 at 8:16 am #134088

    There’s no harm in asking for it, because he does show interest in talking to you!