He said I initimidated him

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A co-worker and I started our job around the same time we talked a few times, however at the time we both were pretty shy (I have gotten over my shyness for the most part since then. about 6 months later we started talking and eventually it lead to flirting. A few months later he moved to another shift we'd say hi during shift change but that was pretty much it. He recently came back on my shift hadn't talked to me, until yesterday when our sup. told him to help me clean up a big mess, we just worked in silence til i started teasing another co-worker and he thought i was teasing him. I told him no and said something to the effect of why he hadn't said anything to me just blurted out that I intimidated him when I asked him what he meant he just shrugged and walked away to throw something out. I'm puzzled I've always thought of us as just innocently flirting and he's always hanging out with another girl. I have no idea what he meant if I should make a move what.

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There's not enough info here to figure out what's going on (guess that's why you wrote :)

You have nothing to lose by making a move, so that's my advice. He might like you but is still a little shy.

Good luck! George

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