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Hawk120ParticipantJanuary 31, 2015 at 12:50 am #72299
Question for all the women on here. I’ve been going to a rehab center due to an injury. There is one girl who works there that I like & I’m pretty sure she likes me. She always smiled at me whenever I would show up for my appt, was friendly & talkative, would look me in the eye during conversation. I wanted to ask her out but had no way of contacting her outside of the office. Not wanting to distract from the professional environment I decided to slip her a short 1 paragraph note when I was leaving. I told her she seems nice, that she is very attractive (I used a better word than attractive), asked her if she would like to go out with me, left my cell #. Only she saw the note, nobody else saw me give it to her yet for whatever reason I never heard back from her. Why Not? She may have a boyfriend but if so couldn’t she have just called or texted me once, said thanks for the nice words but I can’t accept your offer? I would even be ok if she called me just once with a blocked #.
Hawk120ParticipantJanuary 31, 2015 at 12:54 am #72300
Follow up points: I’m about 10 yrs older than this girl and she may know my age because she has access to the office computer system. Don’t know if my age is a problem for her when it comes to dating (she’s prob. in her early 20’s).
Was the fact that she is a company employee and I’m a patient at that office a problem?
For the record I think it is really messed up & inconsiderate for the girl to not get back to the guy at least once if he asks her out in a nice way. I will never again waste my time trying to ask a girl out with a freakin note.
I ignored this factor and shouldn’t have. This girl seemed interested in me in a way the other female employees were not. However just because a girl likes a guy doesn’t mean she is actually interested in dating that guy.
saraaileen76ParticipantMarch 8, 2015 at 12:44 pm #75004
I think she should of had at least respnded to you. I think it might have to do with you being a patient at the facility.
20-nothingnewbParticipantMarch 9, 2015 at 5:51 pm #75087
The age difference + you’re a patient + whatever external forces are at work here (she may have a boyfriend)
It was definitely inconsiderate to not respond, you’re right, but she isn’t interested for whatever the reason is
I think you asked her out in a sweet way and I encourage you to practice that again in the future btw
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