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    Default Flirting with Coworker

    Hi Guys
    I like a girl at work. She is one of the girls there who is very pretty and most guys try to flirt with her. I however don't do that much cause I am senior to her (10 years) but there is always teasing and some Tension between us. Last time on a night out after few drinks with the work group she flirted with me a lot asking me if I think she was lovely and I liked her. I said I did (cause I really do but not really thinking long term) but I did not make a move or do anything obvious and let it pass by in a friendly manner as we both were drunk and around colleagues. I was just scared it will be too awkward but she is a lovely girl, and I think sometimes I should take it further. There is soon another night out and I am sure we will end up flirting again.

    Any tips there guys. thanks

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    Default Re: Flirting with Coworker

    Don't date co-workers. I promise you when you break up or stop talking shit ALWAYS hits the fan & it always ends messy no matter how hard you try.

    Plus you risk getting fired + countless other things. Worse things can happen than you getting fired.

    This is coming from a guy who's hooked up with A LOT of co-workers in my short life. Not somebody with no experience. Try 15+ co-workers over 3 jobs.

    If you decide to do it, which you will, prepare for it to not work out & to never talk to them again even though you work side by side. That way you don't get hurt.

    Working with an ex can be painful & it's not a situation I recommend anybody to step towards regardless of how "pretty" or "perfect" she is.

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    Default Re: Flirting with Coworker

    Quote Originally Posted by rom9 View Post
    Hi Guys
    I like a girl at work. She is one of the girls there who is very pretty and most guys try to flirt with her. I however don't do that much cause I am senior to her (10 years) but there is always teasing and some Tension between us. Last time on a night out after few drinks with the work group she flirted with me a lot asking me if I think she was lovely and I liked her. I said I did (cause I really do but not really thinking long term) but I did not make a move or do anything obvious and let it pass by in a friendly manner as we both were drunk and around colleagues. I was just scared it will be too awkward but she is a lovely girl, and I think sometimes I should take it further. There is soon another night out and I am sure we will end up flirting again.

    Any tips there guys. thanks
    Okay man. This is very important to remember. You will only get one more shot at this. So if you are lucky enough to get another shot of flirting with her, you need to respond. DO NOT let the fear win.

    Your path is stright forward.

    Start with flirting and escalate the conversation into physical themes.

    Escalate the Kino.

    Split her away from the rest of your co workers! This is important. She probably does not want to be seen as too friendly with you right now. Feel her out on how she feels about coworker relationships, etc. Elicit values.

    Is there a way to move on after the.function ends to a new venue? Somewhere public, but where the two of you.are away from coworkers and "negotiate" the logistics? That would be ideal I think.

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    Default Re: Flirting with Coworker

    Yeah I'd flirt with her and then try ask her to accompany you to another bar afterwards away from co-workers. Order some long island iced teas

    You do have to consider what happens if things fall sour at work. If you break up eventually you will have to deal with them at work. I've never worked anywhere strict that would fire someone for dating a co-worker - in fact many of the staff in my office have married from meeting and dating from work. That side of things really depends on your individual situation.


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