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Hello all.

 

This girl at work asked me out for lunch yesterday. In the beginning, I thought this was just a normal lunch but it turned out it's very romantic and we had beautiful moment together. We even forgot that we had to go back to work.

 

She asked me to go out with her again to have dinner together for the coming weekend.

This really made me confused because she told me she has a boyfriend.

 

What's her intention? If she has a boyfriend, why does she want to have a date with me? Is she attracted to me?

 

Any opinion is appreciated.

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I'd ask her to clairify that. I mean, the last thing ya want is to get involved with a person who is sneaking around behind her boyfriend's back. I mean, what if you became the boyfriend, and she started the whole thing over? mmm? Or if her Boyfriend is like, an avid sword collector and has a short temper....yea, clairify.

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MetallicAguy

 

I guess you are right. I'll continue seeing her and have a good time.

She is not married or engaged so as long as she likes me, I shouldn't give up. It's very possible that she is having problems with her boyfriend and is looking for a new relationship. If you don't try, you will never find out. People does split up and it's competition.

 

Thanks for all the responses.

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Thats a terrible thing.. If shes having trouble wiht her boyfriedn and is sneakign behind his back with you .. what does that tell you about her?? Tells me shes needy, unable to communicate and a lier, and possibly a cheater. Why would u wanna be with someone like that?

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