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Does my co-worker like me or is it my imagination?

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Question - (3 September 2008) 4 Answers - (Newest, 11 September 2008)
A female Australia age 26-29, *penn_09 writes:

ok so I started working at this office downtown. I must admit that my job is pretty easy and there's quite a few hot guys (unfortunately most of them are young married lawyers :( ) anyways so there's this one particular guy who I stated liking ever since I noticed him staring at me (he pretty attractive though).

Well, I must admit that some guys have tried/initiated contact with me (asking em my name, introducing themselves, etc..) well this guys is really nice to me and sometimes stares at me but he doesn't do anything... I mean sometimes I have noticed that he goes out of his way to help me whenever I need something but he never initiates contact or a conversation

Does he like me? or is it just my imagination?. He's really cute but like today I was by the elevator and I had to say hi (becuase I knew he wouldn't said hi, smiled and looked down) he just said hi but that's just the most I got out of him... could it be that he's not interested? or just too nice? what should i do? I mean I might stop working there in a week but I don't think I should just go and confess my feelings.. iM COMPLETELY CONFUSED....

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A female reader, Upenn_09 Australia +, writes (11 September 2008):

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Upenn_09 agony auntthanks everyone for helping! I appreciate it!

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A female reader, Upenn_09 Australia +, writes (11 September 2008):

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Upenn_09 agony auntok, so I officially stopped working there and when I was going down to his floor to maybe get the guts to either ask him for his number or to make a quick reference about my last day.... he was gone!!! Apparently he went home a bit earlier :(, luckily I have to turn in my key so that means I still have one LAST chance to see him, but if I end up seeing him it'll just be for a BRIEF second, maybe catch him when he gets off the elevator otherwise he'll either drive home or catch the subway... but I obviously can't follow him, or he might think I'm creepy.. any ideas on how to approach him?.

My current plan is to pretend I forgot my car keys inside my car and maybe ask him to help me out... however, if he comes with a bunch of his co-workers it'll be awkward for him (and me because one of his co-workers doesn't like me after we both found out we dated the same guy) any other ideas?, people have suggested to go to his office and hand him my number but the problem is that he shares his office with 6 other people and basically their office is just a room with only ONE table where they all sit around and staple copies or work in their laptops.. meaning NO PRIVACY AT ALL!

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A female reader, babybaby United States +, writes (3 September 2008):

Dig up your guts and talk to him this could be your only CHANCE.. you can do it.. give him your number and let him make that call if he is interested.

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A female reader, scorpioqt86 United States +, writes (3 September 2008):

Hi, it sounds like he may just be a bit shy, why don't you just initiate a conversation since he is not doing it. That way you will know sure enough, because if he is interested it will be easier to approach you knowing you have had a conversation together.

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