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So, I was at the local mall and I noticed this girl that must be around my age working at a stationery shop. She How To Talk To A Girl At Work very good looking and we exchanged some looks here and there, but I don't know how to actually go there while she's working lol.

I'm considering trying to figure out her work schedule and go talk to her when she's exiting her workplace, but wouldn't that be creepy? Write her a crown of sonnets signed by "your secret admirer" watch her read it from a distance and go in if the reaction on her face is a smile.

You realize she has to be nice to you, right? That's her job and she'll get in trouble if she doesn't. Plus it will make her look unprofessional either way to be talking to you about such things while she's on the clock. Do not approach a girl while she is working. If you can catch her leaving work, sure. But not in her workplace. It is not only rude but thoughtless as well. If I were single I would automatically blacklist a guy who started hitting on me while I was working.

It's not the time or place and it's awkward and hard to deal with. If you want to exchange pleasantries, go ahead. But do not try to 'pick her up' while she's working. How is he supposed to know when she gets of work anyway? Sit outside in a car and wait for hours till she walks out? Its fine to talk to How To Stop Overthinking In A Relationship at work and I have done it, everyone I know has done it and it works out fine.

Its ok to live a little for fvcks sake. OP don't be scared to talk to anyone just approach her. XilePrincess I don't know, but as somebody who works in a store, when guys make flirty comments or try to pick you up it's irritating. It makes you feel like crap because you have to be pleasant to some guy you may not have even the slightest bit of interest in or who may completely skeeve you out, and because of that they do not get the hint that no means no.

Even if she was interested, It's a lose-lose for her either way, she can't do anything one way or another without looking bad. It'd be better to have a casual conversation and see if she alludes to when she's leaving work, and perhaps approach her then.

Don't stalk her, but do not put her on the spot while she's working. There is a huge HUGE difference between casual chatting and actually trying to pick a girl up and asking her out right there. I am responding to the latter, as that is what the OP said he was going to do. Baristas, bartenders and other counter workers get asked out all the time-ask anyone who's worked at those kind of places. You might not like it, but that's just your preference.

One of the worst assumptions people make is that most people have a psychology like theirs. Rhazakna I work in a store where we get all sorts of unsavory folks. Basically you'r saying, because I'm working in a store, I should have to put up with people hitting on me and asking me out?

It's an inappropriate thing to ask somebody while working, especially when they have to maintain a professional attitude even if you're a complete skeeze. I am not claiming in the least that everyone feels the way I do, but erring on the side of caution is a good idea. Putting anyone in an uncomfortable situation isn't going to get you far. And unless you're a woman and have actually experienced the heckling, don't talk about what women like and don't.

It's uncomfortable, it's really not fun at all and there is no right way to handle it. A girl I work with rejected a guy fairly firmly after he wouldn't take no for an answer, and he went and called head office complaining about her being rude. You know, like how guys who make catcalls and get ignored say "Whatever, you're fat anyway"? It How To Talk To A Girl At Work a lot more than you'd think and it is not fair.

Basically I'm saying be respectful and think of how she feels, avoid at all costs making her uncomfortable or putting her on the spot. You don't get brownie points for that. I never said anything about what women do or don't like. In fact, my post didn't mention specifically mention women at all. It is interesting that you would read that into it though, and says far more about you than How To Talk To A Girl At Work. When I mentioned the workers who get asked out, I was including men as well.

If you find it uncomfortable, that's fine, Romantic Things To Say To Girl wrong with having a boundary. Not everyone is like you, however. I can think of two people off top who would've missed out on long term relationships had they heeded advice like yours.

Considering the conclusions you jumped to before, I probably should mention one of them is a woman. Bartenders hit on me all the time, and on a few occasions it's lead to a very fun fling.

I guess in your perfect world, I never should've made a move because you personally find it rude. I'm sure it's just as annoying for men when it happens, I've seen it happen a few times. While I was specifically speaking of women in this situation, my comments stand for everyone.

I believe it's completely inappropriate to put a person in a position like that, especially when you haven't even SPOKEN to them before. The TC hasn't had significant conversations with this girl, he hasn't spent any serious time with her or been a regular she sees multiple times a week and regularly talks to. That might be a completely different story and there may be an appropriate time to ask her if she'd like to go for coffee. But he is essentially a stranger who has "shared a few looks" with this girl aka she made eye contact with a customer because that's her joband in that situation I find it entirely inappropriate to spring such a thing onto her in the workplace.

There's no "perfect world" scenario here. And if both people are acquainted and friendly and have talked, sure, maybe cross that bridge. But that isn't what the TC was asking at all. I was responding to his situation, and it's been dragged off into an entire new territory that isn't part of this conversation.

As for your bartender flings, if you welcome it, that's great for you. Happy to hear it. But imagine being a person who doesn't like it at all, and you don't know on sight if stationary store girl would appreciate that or not, so would it not be better advice for the TC NOT to put her into an uncomfortable situation that SHE may not be open to while she's supposed to be working and therefore must remain professional?

I am addressing TC's situation specifically, and asking out somebody you've talked to and become friendly and first-name-basis with is very different from putting somebody on the spot who you've never even spoken to while they're at work. I saw this guy yesterday, talking to an employee at a store. He asked her name, and they got to talking, for like 10 minutes.

He eventually tried to kiss her, How To Talk To A Girl At Work she did not let him. Needless to say, I was laughing. Thanks for all the feedback I actually went to the girl and just told her that she looked nice, asked her if she was single to which she replied "yes" and I asked her if she actually had plans after work, and I got to go drink a coffee with her. I still can't believe it but I managed to pull it off, it was unreal since I don't usually succeed in these kind of approaches.

Luckily there weren't clients in the stationery so I didn't feel embarassed and didn't fear rejection hence the direct approach. A takeaway for anyone reading this thread: Never ever listen to women concerning advice about women.

Yeah, now that I think about it, I'm quite glad I decided to go for it, I could have regreted it, but I didn't! You could try this: Please Log In to post. This topic is locked from further discussion. ArchDemon Follow Forum Posts: She was very good looking and we exchanged some looks here and there, but I don't know how to actually go there while she's working lol Does anybody now some original ways to approach her in such a situation?

VaguelyTagged Follow Forum Posts: Rhazakna Follow Forum Posts: Ask her a job related question in a way that takes her from How To Talk To A Girl At Work the I Found My Boyfriend On Christian Mingle to a secluded part of the store. Find a way to interject a bit of personal conversation into the discussion, ask her a bout herself and stick to that for a minute or two instead of work talk. If that goes well, find an opportune moment to ask her for her number.

If you want, you can thinly veil asking for her number as something pertaining to her job, but make it clear that you want it for personal reasons also. Waiting for her to get off work would be creepy, unless you can make it look like a chance occurrence. Its really not that complicated. Just talk to her.

If she is interested you will know. A friend of mine once asked a girl out at her job, and her manager got mad that she was socializing at work even though it was really my friend's fault. My theory is the manager secretly wanted her, and got mad she was flirting, but still it can be a delicate situation How To Talk To A Girl At Work a job.

Ricardomz Follow Forum Posts: VaguelyTagged Indeed, just go How To Talk To A Girl At Work and talk to her. Rhazakna It can be complicated, if she's at work. Yeah, I mean, it can be a little weird. Oh well, I think i'm just going to man up Sometimes she's working alongside a guy who must own the shop, I think I'm going to wait for him to leave the place and then i'll try.

Ask her a question, make a joke, complement her smile, ask if she's single

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