THEN theres the other thing, shes a coworker, and in my list of rules, RULE NUMBER ONE IS: DON'T DATE YOUR COWORKERS. Which is a good thing cuz it can fuck things up. Now thats my side, people think shes weird and somewhat annoying but I've dealt with worse. Now for her side from my perspective.... We hit it off instantly and started talking about anime and our favorites, followed by me lending her some books (my whole collection over time) and such. Now, at work she would occasionally pop outta nowhere next to me and we'd talk til she had to get back to work, and then we'd repeat this once in a while. Some times I joke about her (nothing mean course) but she would reiterate with "Gosh, your so mean" (and yes she said gosh) but with a general smile and laugh with it. Recently shes moved to the other shift, which means I only see her about an hour a day and thats during the time shes playing DS and im working or im off and shes going on. Some times when theres time between the break of her and my work we would share music and name off what anime or band its from which i personally consider odd as I've never done that but with two other females.
One time a couple days ago, I went to work on my day off but she was working and I had to help a coworker with something. I was sitting there waiting for another to go on break to grab some grub and she came by as I was watching something. She began to watch it too with me and occasionally tap my head phones repeatedly til i took them off and looked up at her then she just looked at me til I went back to my video. I know I seem to be ranting but with all this that we've gone back and forth with, should I scrap rule one for her, ask her to grab some grub (as a date) or should I just not try to fuck things up. I'm asking your guys opinions as I'm VERY bad with signs.
Im like this
MSN is geek the new chic? wrote:“When [a geek is] invited up for coffee, he doesn’t know if he’s being invited up for coffee or sex,” he explains. “They don’t have that emotional intelligence. They have to get really good at reading the specific clues. How close is she standing? What is her body posture? Is she laughing at my jokes?”
It reminds me of the time I said to a geek ex, giddy while out walking one spring day, “Look how blue the sky is!” Rather than taking my hand, he delivered a lengthy lecture on the Tyndall Effect: Why the Sky Is Blue. And this wasn’t a guy who lacked empathy; he nursed our houseplants back to health and cried during March of the Penguins. It’s just that a geek’s approach to life tends to be if-x-then-y. They don’t get hints.