iamwhatyoumademe1129 Posted March 6 Share Posted March 6 So, there is this girl (23F) at work and she flirted with me a lot over the past weeks. I (21M) flirted back and got the ball rolling. After flirting for about two weeks I heard from another coworker that she had a boyfriend back in Mexico, but they haven’t seen each other in a year. So I decided to ask her out on a date, just to make sure. She thought for like 10 seconds and I could see she was tempted to say yes, but she told me she had a boyfriend, but she wanted to talk later with me. She also said she doesn’t want for things to get weird between us. I simply told her it’s all good, and have a great day. Instead of just cutting her off and stop talking to her like I usually do with other girls, I didn’t stop talking to her. Primarily because she kept talking to me. Also the rejection did not really sting. So I continued talking to her and demoted her in my mind to the friendship position. I like her personality, so I did not mind being friends with her. After a couple of days she started flirting with me again, showing interest, always touching me. I didn’t really think much of it. Then this week not only did flirting go up, but she also started asking specific questions about me. On Tuesday we got cupcakes at work and I got one, but she didn’t because they were all gone. I saw that she was kinda sad, so I shared my cupcake with her. Not because I was interested in her, but because that’s what friends do. Instead of just taking the cupcake and walk away, she started blushing at me and told me I am a good person. I didn’t really understand what happened, so I just moved along. Today she was flirting with me like usual, asking questions about me. When I asked her why she was asking all these specific questions, she said she wanted to know more about me. After work, my coworker told me that she told him that she broke up with her boyfriend because of distance. So I am really confused. Does she like me? Is it possible that she broke up with her bf to try to be with me, or am I just tripping? What should I do in this situation? Is the ball in her court? Quote Link to comment
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