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    drwho2010 is offline Aspiring PUA
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    Question Email Response to Co-Worker

    I know it's not quiet texting, but this is the best place I can think of posting this on the forum.

    Background:
    Cute female Co-Work. We work on the same floor and bump into each other once/twice a week ever so often. Got her name, been chit-chatting in passing for about 2-3 months.

    Story:
    Asked her for lunch, and she told me she was married. Bumped into her again and I said I still want to have lunch with her. She said could, we can have lunch as friends. Asked her for her email address (work) so that we can make lunch arrangements and she game it to me.

    Problem:
    She responded negatively a day later. She's uncomfortable and she feels she shouldn't have given me her email address.

    The way I see it that she is scared, and the fact that she insisted the lunch was as friends means there could be a glimmer of interst. Another positive sign is that she responded to the email even if the response was negative, she could have just ignored it.

    I want to respond and ease her fears .. and without pushing too hard get her to accept one lunch date. .. remember we are communicating on work emails, so i have to thread carefully.

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    Default Re: Email Response to Co-Worker

    She doesn't sound interested.

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    Default Re: Email Response to Co-Worker

    if she wasnt she wouldnt have responded and just gave our friend a cold shoulder.

    dude, if you want to get in, reassure its just between FRIENDS, and FRIENDS only. then put the moves on her so that the romance between you "just happened."

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    drwho2010 is offline Aspiring PUA
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    Default Re: Email Response to Co-Worker

    Exactly what I tought Pierrot ... The fact that she took the timeout a day later to respond without me sending a follow-up email means there is a small crack in the door and I might squeeze in.

    So I have responded ... also a day later.

    told her that her response is dissapointing and i didn't meant to put her in an awkward position.

    then went on to complement her and stress the lunch would have just been as friends, but if not, I understand.

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    Default Re: Email Response to Co-Worker

    It's pretty dirty to go after a woman you KNOW is married, and a woman that seems pretty content with it. There are lots of other women out there, why her?

    if she wasn't satisfied, that's a different story but it sounds to me like you're just making her uncomfortable. Key word there.

    I'd back away, especially if she's a coworker. Think of what could happen- Sexual harrasment suits, complaints to her boss, hell whatever can happen.

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    Default Re: Email Response to Co-Worker

    dude let it go, shes married. we are PUAs not home wreckers. Keep it distant and friendly and she'll possibly reach out to you on a bad day.

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    Default Re: Email Response to Co-Worker

    Hey man, I agree with 22schultz22. I have actually gone down the "I'm married but divorcing my husband" road. Even that made me feel like crap. I would drop it and move on, millions of women out there.


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