New Intern started working with us last week, I started gaming immediately. Teasing, touching, partners in crime, etc. . .I did not want to pounce on the new girl immediately, so I wanted to wait until the end of this week to close, then I find out starting next week, she will be on a completely different shift. Friday, I was talking to her (I did not get much time to talk to her this week) and said we should go out for breakfast, and she said we should, but she couldn't do it then b/c she had to get a hair cut, and told me to leave a note or something and let her know what's up. I took this as her gently letting me down, so we talked a bit longer and I had to leave to finish a project. I had never been rejected with that much positive body language, so it did feel sort of weird. Five minutes later, she walked all the way to the other side of the room to my department and asked for my number because we "Definitely need to hang." We talked for a good 10, 15 minutes, gossiping about workers, her telling me all of her friends at home (she's home from college) are boring Christians, and she needs someone to party with (I also go to college) I agreed and she kept walking through these "bad girl" qualifications." She said she had to go, and said she'd text me, as she walked away giggling.
This was yesterday. It was not until I got to my car that morning that I realized I fucked up by not getting her number, and that she now has the power. My question is, surely she would not put that much investment into a new conversation if she had no intent of texting me, right? Normally, I'm more aggressive, and I make sure it really is "rejection," but because we work together I did not want to be too pushy. Thougths?