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nonamejackson21ParticipantDecember 22, 2015 at 7:39 pm #90434
There is this girl that I work with that I find really cute. I find it hard to approach her and talk to her because we work in an office and there are always people around to hear us talk. I don’t want to make it awkward for the both of us. I’m really shy when it comes to starting up conversations with girl I find attractive, and she it really shy too so I know I have to start the conversation. She doesn’t have any social media profiles(i.e. Facebook, Twitter, etc.), but she does have a LinkedIn account. Would it be really stupid/lame to start a conversation with her on LinkedIn or Email her and then possibly get her number out of it? I don’t know how to approach this and I really want to talk to her to see if she would be interested in me. Any advice?
ThisUsernameMeansNothingParticipantDecember 26, 2015 at 7:31 pm #90530
I don’t know your work environment, but if you both have a lunch break, or if it’s pretty liberal there; you could ask her about grabbing a bite.
Don’t even worry about this, it’s not a date. It’s just a chance to eat (and chat). This could become a more regular thing, that you two grab a bite real quick.
I myself (a guy) work in an office mostly with women. It’s not uncommon for me to ask a female co-worker to grab lunch (when I was in a relationship, or single).
Now, you might find that others try to tag along. That’s fine really. If you keep doing this, she might mention how she likes a particular place. If you get shy asking her alone only, about going; you could send a fun e-mail to her instead, like, “Hey, I’ve been CRAVING some Five Guys. Want to get some at noon?” From there, she can decide yes/no, and it leaves it to her to decide if she wants to ask co-workers about tagging along, or just casually leaving with you.
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