The story goes like this, I work with the girl. I've been in a comited relationship for over a year (she started working here like a month ago). Now me and my GF broke up, leaving me free to do as I please, and this girl at my job is fantastic, we have great chemistry, I get IOI all the time, the sexctual communication is clearly there. Only downside now that I'm single is that she is not, she's with a boy. Now this guy and I aren't friends, and I have no ethical problems with snagging his girl.
I know for a fact that I've had solid game for the last couple of weeks, so yesterday we had this party for the employes, and we fooled around, nothing too serious, some light first and second base teenage stuff with some light dryhumping at the end before her ride arrived.
She of course has issues with the whole thing, I do not. I know she likes me, I like her. I've been being non reactive all this time, but now, the day after, I AFC'd a little(over FB IM). We were talking about her guilt and what not and the other night, she stated how much she loved her BF, and how she didn't want to hurt him - I stated and understanding of her feelings, but stated that it was only natural selection working in her subconscious, that her body knew we were a better match(we're both fairly educated, this could be a normal conversation), but reading through the conversation, I come off as a little needy, trying to convince her that I'm the better choice, almost selling myself. This was stupidity at a highpoint after good solid game so far.
When I realised, I tried to recover by stating that "now that I've gained some perspective through my good friend Jack D. I have desided to rather adopt you as kid sister, might occacialy pimp you out to birthday parties and the likes, you know, like the other dwarfs in Jeffries weeding" (She's Asian short, we're both great GoT fans). She replying: "haha holy fuck" "So you decided to stop liking me?"
Then I said "I decided to stop giving you a reason to like me " "consider yourself friendzoned"
She replied "thank you"
I should maybe state that I don't need her to break up with him or anything right away, nor do I want her to be unfaithful with him any more, Ideally, IMO, the relationship won't last. I would like for her to not think of me as a AFC once the relationship goes under (won't be long).
And then it was normal conversation from that point. But she was clearly trying to make me jealous of her going to her BF to have some "hard core make-up sex", my reaction being that "yeah, I noticed the horny yesterday, it's good that you're finally getting that itch taken care of"
I want to know how others would recover from such a thing, one conversation showing neediness, is it fixable or is it not?
How would you handle it?