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    topnotch22 is offline Aspiring PUA
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    Default Talking To A Co Worker

    I've been working with this girl for about 3 months. When we first started working together she was very friendly and tried to talk. But I was going through something and wasn't in the mood for being friendly. Recently I've started to become interested in her. I've giving her compliments to show that I'm interested. Is there any way to come back? If so how?

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    Default Re: Talking To A Co Worker

    BARRNNGG wrong...compliments = friend zone. I know you think that is what to do to show a woman you are attracted, but trust me it is a ticket straight to the friend zone. You can give compliments they just have to be done right, give her funny backhanded compliments. (Ex. "I love your shirt, I saw the same one at Goodwill last week.") Concentrate on being funny.

    Because she works with you make sure you don't go over board, be a little less risky than you would be with any other girl because if you make it awkward it will suck for you.

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    Default Re: Talking To A Co Worker

    When I worked as a barback at a local bikini/dive bar a couple years ago I managed to hook up and date with one of the girls. After a few months of routinely seeing each other at work it led to drama. I suggest not going for co-workers. Work is work; don't risk your job for a little action.

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    Default Re: Talking To A Co Worker

    I suggest paying her more attention but continue to act moody or act unfriendly. A lot of girls take it to heart that if you act mean to them it's because of something they did. Then if you meet up outside of work, change your mood to something opposite of how you act at work--it will mesmerize her!


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