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Are these signs that my coworker likes me??

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Question - (30 October 2009) 3 Answers - (Newest, 31 October 2009)
A age 30-35, * writes:

Does my coworker like me or is attracted to me?? here are the signs:

- He chats with me

- He makes eye contact when we're talking and smiles but its an honest smile like he's happy and not just polite. I dont know if its just because he's happy or if he's happy to be talking to me.

- He makes eye contact with me when he sees me from far away wich makes me real nervous

- He teased me a couple times. I'm not sure if this will be treasin but i asked him if he thought the cealing that the construction workers were buildig was gonna fall and he said it will fall in my head as soon as i go behind the desk but that he was gonna do a back flip and be safe. lol

- Also, I think this will be teasing too. When i was working out (because we work at a gym) I was listening to my headphones and he was walking by and i saw him say something to me but i couldnt hear him so i took my headphones off and asked him what? and he said what? sort of like teasing me, and then i said what? and he said what? again lol so i just gave him a funny look and he laughed.

- There were 5 cowoker as at the desk but he's the only one im interested in. I said out loud that I lost my lock and he started looking for it trying to help me find it. No one else tried to help me only him. Im not sure if he was just the only polite or he actually cares.

- We do chat at work about anything. He's fun to talk to. If I pretend to not care at all he comes where i am and seems to wanna start making conversation.

- When i walked into the rom the other day there were about 5 people. They all looked a little and said hi, but he was staring MUCH longer than everyone else, like he was really looking at me.

Guys advice will be great too!!!

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A male reader, LazyGuy Netherlands +, writes (31 October 2009):

LazyGuy agony auntWow, you certainly seem to be aware of every little thing he does.

Do you like HIM? If so, then why not make the first move yourself? It is the easiest way to find out for sure.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (30 October 2009):

Sounds like he has guessed you fancy him and is enjoying the attention. Also sounds quite a nice guy. Try not to read too much into it. If he is interested he will make a move and if he isn't he won't. Think of it as an opportunity to practice your flirting skills!

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A reader, anonymous, writes (30 October 2009):

To be honest, you will never know until one of you makes the first move and suggests a meeting for coffee or drinks. Men and women both flirt sometimes to reinforce their ego, especially men. When a guy flirts with a woman a lot but never moves things forward it is usually for a reason.

That said, I don't think you should wait in agony for him to do something if you really like him. If you went up to him very relaxed and suggested getting coffee or drinks after work or during the time you are both off, you would have an instant answer. You would not have to keep up this torment of the mind (speaking from personal experience :-))

From what you describe he's attracted to you, however, attraction is not explicit of intentions. He may not want anything more than the occasional flirting experience. Just rip it off like a bandaid and find out what's there. Good luck.

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