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| The Girl at Work |
|Anonymous writes: Hi, |
About three months ago, there is this girl that started to work with me in the same department. She is 20 and I'm 24. We got close to each other. We go on breaks with each other and talk to each other always. Everyone at work thinks that we are going out, but we are not because she has a boyfriend. She has been going out with her boyfriend for a year now. I don't know what to do. I have strong feelings for her. Should I ask her out? What should I do? Your help is highly appreciated.
GFS: Yeah, ask her to go for dinner or something after work and see how she responds. You probably want to look in Stealing Central for more stealing techniques. Find out more about her boyfriend and give her what she wants that she can't get with him.
|Posted on Thursday, 21 October 2004 (15:39:20) UTC by gfs |
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|Re: The Girl at Work (Score: 0)|
by Anonymous on Wednesday, 08 June 2005 (12:55:01) UTC
|I recently submitted a very similar post. Reading this was like a mirror of my life. I have been working with this girl for about 6 months, we take our breaks together and talk all the time, and we always make each other laugh and have good times together, but she has a boyfriend and is also 4 years younger than me (17 and I am 21). I will say that the dinner thing may be a bit strong, unless you guys are serious friends. I would suggest coffee first or something. Not going against GFS, but dinner sometimes smells a little "date-y" to me.||
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