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HELP!! Should I give up? I thought she liked me...?

Me and my co-worker were flirty with each other for a while, we would visit each others desk whenever we were free. She is an intern 21 I am only 25 not that bad of age difference. I touched her hand one day and the first thing she said "Your hands are warm." We would even call each other "stalkers" at one point just for fun. Our flirting got serious so we decided to end our e-mails and we exchanged cell phone numbers. We would text throughout the day and days when we are not in the office. She knows I 'm a Knicks fan and even asked how I felt about Carmelo Anthony, and she is not into sports. I always asked her out but she always said she has something to do with school and she even asked me for suggestions about her school work. One day she told me she is "kinda see someone and it was something new." That same day hours after she told me that news I left the office early without telling her and she caught me by the hallway and asked me why I am leaving early, I said "I'm going to the gym." The next day she overhears my conversation with her boss and I joked around with her boss that I don't think seriously a lot, and she overheard it and yelled out"you do think seriously when you go to the gym". That really p****d me off but I didn't show it. I was the sweetheart to her and I think these two hints might scare her off: Another girl in the office has a crush on me and when she found out me and the intern were having a little office romance they stopped talking to each other. Keep in mind the same girl who has a crush on me is best friends with the interns boss. She has an Italian background, and I feel her parents might be very 1st generation where they won't accept a different race. She mentions to me how whenever she does go out it is always with her sisters and cousins, very family oriented whenever she goes out. Just a wild card, but I would not be surprised if her parents are in the Mafia, her father a copier repair technician and they live in a rich town. She mentions how her family does not really travel to other places a lot. It's tough that we work together.

Asked By: nissan18osx - 5/18/2011
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Sounds like more trouble than it's worth! She sounds like she definitely has some issues that you don't want to be a part of. You are immersed in two of Man's perpetual plights right now....one being the thrill of the chase, the other being the thrill of Office Romance. Both of these will blind you to the reality of... More
Answered By: ElGeo - 5/20/2011
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