I am interested in a guy that works in my office. The problem is - he is very handsome and half the women in the company hit on him shamelessly. He is a sweet, nice, down-to-earth guy who does not brag. He actually even seems a little shy...
Fact is, I don't want to join the line of women who throw themselves at him because 1- that's just not me, and 2- that won't impress him. But I don't know how to go about it. How can I make myself noticed without making a fool of myself?
Help me please...
So, you don't want to make a fool of yourself? Then go about your business in the office and don't join the crowd. Don't the other women in the office have anything else to do?
Maybe he notices you if he is a little shy and doesn't know how to approach you. Say, "good morning" to him when you meet in the morning and "good night" if it is appropriate. Soon that will become a habit and the language between you will start. Do you have a lunch room where you work and do the people use it? If so, lunch when he does and you might ask him a question or two about work or some public question.
You can tell from the answers, expressions or body language if he is enjoying your company or if he is saying by his expressions, etc., "Get lost."
I hope it works out.
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