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    KamiSamir is offline Aspiring PUA
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    Default Gaming at work: What to do now?

    Hi guys,

    I don't know what to do and I need your help.

    I'm currently working with a girl and we make a great team at our company. She is really nice. We lunch always together, we talk a lot about everything and sometimes we exchange text messages while outside work. Outside work she has lots of guys (she says that are friends) and girls inviting her for dinner, cinema and so on, so she is always busy. Sheís single and Iím too.

    Also, she usually makes some kino, touching me in the arms/hands before start telling some kind of story and we also make a lot of eye contact while talking about personal or professional stuff.

    I know that she has lots of male friends outside work but I donít know how she behaves with them.

    We are spending a lot of time together over the last months so I am start having some questions in my mind. My problem is that if I show interest and she rejects, thereís an huge chance that things wonít be the same again and could damage our work. Iím at an important position with a bright future ahead and I donít want to ruin everything.

    How should I know if she is interested in something more than a good friendship/working partner without taking risks or putting our work in danger?

    She is not stupid and I am worried that if I invite her to dinner or something else outside work she would start thinking that I want something else from her and things could become weird (because we see each other every day) and damage our work.

    Is there any shitty test that I could do? any ideas?

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    Tetembay is offline Aspiring PUA
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    Default Re: Gaming at work: What to do now?

    At a certain point you just have to put yourself out there. You have to tell a girl how you feel. If you half step, you're most likely to get friend zoned. My suggestion is to tell her basically what you told us here.

    When you are having a good conversation throw this in. say "Hey (girls name), I know this is weird, but I like you alot. I don't want to make it weird at work, but I was wondering if you'd like to grab a drink after work sometime this week. I understand if you aren't interested."

    Then be understanding if she isn't interested. I mean you guys work together and some people don't date at work. But if she says yes and you sleep with her, prepare for it to get weird at work. lol. I don't date through work anymore. Girls can be weird about it. Good luck.

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    Default Re: Gaming at work: What to do now?

    I Disagree, you should never under any circumstances pour out your feelings at work. If the girl turns you down, it can get really uncomfortable for both of you having to see each other everyday. I would leave the work girls alone until I mastered the attraction phase.

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    Default Re: Gaming at work: What to do now?

    yeah that's a terrible idea and don't do it, you've already built rapport and it would be even more awkward now because of that. You say she's pretty touchy, so use that, escalate physically (small steps not long jumps) and watch how she reacts, if she's cool with it, go further each time, if she's hezitant, go back a little. Also try using some of your conversations into getting her arroused, don't make it only physical escalation, test her IOI's in your conversations aswell, it's up to you to make her either give you IOD's or IOI'S, in short terms - you crank up the heat and watch her if she can take it or she wants the atmosphere to cool down. It is much less painful to get rejected like this instead of pouring your heart out, think about it. God dammit she's a coworker don't risk telling her how you feel, also I agree, you should test your game outside of work, but if you think she's worth it - I wish you the best of luck and I hope that my guidance was atleast a bit of help, cheers


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