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View Poll Results: What should I do?

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  • Ask her out

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  • bite my tongue and admire secretly

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  • Be casual about it and become friends, hope something deelops

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    Default Flirty Co-worker

    Let me start off my saying I am a 22 year old who works at an afterschool daycare with K-5. A while back (approximately 5 months) a co-worker (we'll call her "sarah" she's 20) and i became rather flirty. I would tease her lightly at work and she would respond well, in fact she was the first to make contact for a while and the first thing she wrote on my facebook wall was that she had shaved her legs! She was also the one who initiated our first hang out. At the time I had a GF and had little interest in "sarah" but about a month after sarah and i stared flirting my gf and i broke up and i started developing feelings for "sarah"... but I made the mistake of taking some time for myself (3 months now) after the break up before making any kind of offical pass at "sarah" now it's may and I cna barely keep it together at work with her wearing her short shorts, but I am completely unsure how to handle the situation.

    Being around kids makes it really easy to playfully flirt but difficult to move beyond that. I've invited her out a few times as a group with the rest of our staff but since she is'nt 21 yet she often declines. Whenever we talk with the rest of our co-workers and she or I have something to say we each almost instantly lock eyes with each other and barely pay attention to anyone else, so I still have the feeling she's at least somewhat interested in me.

    If I make it obvious that I'm interested and she's not it could make for an awkward summer (we have to see each other 9 hours everyday). If it wasn't for that fact I would be much more inclined to express my interest at the risk of being rejected, she's definitely worth it.

    Any advice?

    oh and if it helps, I've narrowed her down to being a TDI playette

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    keepurcool is offline PUA Forums Respected Contributor
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    Default Re: Flirty Co-worker

    hopefully this helps you but i actually work at a daycare as well. im 20 years old, im the youngest one and i flirt with all my female coworkers minus the ones that wouldnt play along with it lol so about 4 girls rougly 2-5 years older than me. personally i think flirting with your girl co workers just makes work more fun, lighter, and not so stressful. dont think too much of this girl and if she is interested and you are dating itll be hard to hold back your emotions at work because you need to stay professional. if you do date and lets say your fighting with her, than that will definitely come out during work and ultimately the kids will be the ones suffering from that, maybe short temper or lack of patience for the day. other than that if you do get rejected or if you do date and eventually break up its going to be really awkward between you two for quite some time. thats just my personal opinion, take it for what it is. if your feelings are that strong for her and want to date her i suggest finding a new workplace.

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    Jack Greezy is offline PUA Forums Respected Contributor
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    Default Re: Flirty Co-worker

    If your feelings are really strong for her then simply ask her out on a date with just the both of you guys and no co-workers. Get things started like how they use to be with you guys, if she was interested before then she can gain that same interest again.

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    Default Re: Flirty Co-worker

    Dude! I have dated plenty of girls I have worked with. Just try to do a house party or something with the people that you work with. If not try to hang out with her in an environment she can enjoy too, there are plenty of places you can drink at and she can get into and not drink. I am 26 by the way, and I have dated at least 5 or 6 girls I have worked with. It usually isn't really that bad if you guys have a falling out or something. You are both old enough to get over it. Coincidentally I have been flirting with a girl I work with as we speak.

    If it doesn't work out, it won't be awkward. At least not for long. Most girls will still be cool if they shoot you down. Which it doesn't sound like that is going to happen to you anyway man.

    Think about it this way would you rather be tortured by the short shorts, or the lack of never seeing what's under them? I will tell you right now. The girl I work with is way to hot to blow an opportunity if and hopefully when it presents itself.


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