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hamadidouParticipantAugust 11, 2015 at 11:35 am #83865
Hello guys, I just found this girl at work (she started yesterday) I already engaged her in conversation, but mostly with the Trainees group (I know it’s not good to do that, it’s a friendzone ticket) but I go with them to lunch and I already have her number and Facebook.
So I have been avoiding her since generally if I’m not subtle, flirting is not very well perceived in my company, and I would like to escalate to ask her to a cafe on a Saturday/Sunday, I know this request has to be done one-to-one and I already phoe-called her so I don’t want to seem too needy by calling again after work.
I am stupid at Facebook game also so I don’t want to explore that area.
About her, she’s neither interested nor hooked, and I haven’t been very direct, (only some vague compliments that can friendzone me more than anything else)
So, do any of you have any idea how I can ask her on that date subtly without being needy – pushy – non confident ?
JeffSParticipantAugust 12, 2015 at 4:02 pm #83971
I’d be hesitant to date someone who worked at my workplace due to potential backlash from any possible drama. If I wanted to date someone through work, I would probably find a common interest and ask them if they wanted to do said common interest on a weekend if they’re free. I’m terrible at this though, I usually meet people online for a reason.
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