Co-worker infatuation

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Co-worker infatuation

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    dukes05
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    December 14, 2014 at 5:23 pm #69154
    Co-worker infatuation

    On Friday, I got this chick’s number who works in the office next to mine, I usually don’t date girls at work, but she was for a few weeks sending me strong signals, she is very pretty, so I had to make a move. I was going to call her the same day I got her number, but I was busy since this is my weekend with the kids, so yesterday at around 2pm I called her and she said she was busy shopping, so I said is this a bad to to talk, do you want me to call you back or you call me back, she said I’ll call you back. Saturday passed, and nothing no calls, no messages. Now I don’t know if I should call her back at a more appropriate time of 7:00 today, I don’t want to seem desperate, but I also don’t want to seem like I am not interested. Worst is I really don’t want things to be awkward when we run into each other tomorrow, is there a rule regarding this?


    Johnbob
    Participant
    December 14, 2014 at 8:06 pm #69160

    Hey mate.
    You’re seeing her at work tomorrow. Don’t sweat it. Just greet her when you see her, she’ll most likely realise and apologise for not calling back. An awkward phone call/message could make things awkward, just keep cool and see her tomorrow.


    dukes05
    Participant
    December 14, 2014 at 10:38 pm #69162

    That’s a good point, I wish you would posted this earlier, cause I called her, she didn’t answer, but I didn’t leave a message. I looked at it like this, if she gave me her number, she wants me to call her, I didn’t harass her or anything, it was one quick call on Saturday and a call at 720 today. But now I’m thinking that she might be playing games, so to me it is all good, I’m not going to sweat her anymore, I’ll be professional at work when I see her, like I never asked for her number, I’ll still say hi and have small talk, but nothing more. I’ve been there for over six years and she’s only been there for two months. I look at it like a mistake in me getting her number, she could jeopardize my job. It is better I found out outside of work then at work, with us dating.