He's constanly staring, smiling and wavingVisitor's Question from a 31-40 year old Female
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Crush on a Coworker-
There's a guy at work I've noticed before, but never thought much about him. One day we were passing in the isle and he asked me a question after I had seen him at the baseball field where our children play baseball together. Ever since he smiles and waves at me everytime we pass each other at work. He's constantly staring at me, and of course I'm starting at him. I haven't thought much about him after he first spoke to me, then out of blue I've been noticing this man more and more. I would like to become friends with this man, but we haven't spoke much.
Things I've noticed:
~My boss and I were check on some work in his area and my friend noticed he was checking me out (so my friend said). After everyone left the area, I had to go back and put some papers up. This man came up to me and started talking to me.
~The next day or so he came up to me and told me he left his paper out so I could check it (that's part of my job).
We only spoke briefly.
~The next day we passed by on his break and I thanked him for leaving that paper out. We spoke briefly then.
~I've noticed he leaves his bowl in the lunch room and walks back to the lunch room on his next break to get his bowl.
~We've had several opportunities to talk to one another, but neither of us have made a move.
~He's constanly staring, smiling and waving.
~A mutal friend told him I thought he was hot, and he doesn't believe my friend (he thinks he's lying to him).
My question is could this man be interested or attracted to me.
Your opinion is greatly appreciated.
Seems like he is interested in you.
Why not ask him out for coffee or a drink after work?
Better to ask than to never know.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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