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My first question is: Who owns match.com?.

My next question is: Hello I am in need of some advice.

I work with this guys who flirts with me to a point that one of my male coworkers said something about it. I ignored it but I noticed a lot of lil things after while like he only acts a certain way with me and gives a lot of  personal attention. I know I  may sound 15 but we are in our early 20's, I 3 yrs his senior. Anyway I let him know I was interested in him and he said although he liked goofing off he wasn't down for a relationship. Did I read my signs wrong even though everything about the situation says I didn't? Are our ages, racial backgrounds (he loves blonds, I will never be white let alone blond) a factor, or working together ? Its awkward (still tries to hang around me at work) now but that's only after he saw me in a hot dress and yelled out a classy "DAYUM!!" accidently. I've rarely been wrong about  these things so I need help please! Thanx..

Comments (10)

Your question was: Who owns match.com?.

What I would suggest is that you tell him to keep his interactions with you on a professional level. You can tell him that you are getting mixed signals from him and it is interfering with your work and you would prefer that he not flirt with you any longer.  He gets titilated by your interactions and it may work for him or his sexual/egotistical  needs but it doesnt work for you...

Comment #1

He said although he liked goofing off he wasn't down for a relationship. this is the only sign you missed and it wasnt even a sign, HE TOLD YOU THIS VERBALLY!   He is flirting, you need to put a stop to it immediately, the work place is not place for this type of conversation or actions.  There are not mixed signals here..

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Edited 12/29/2008 5:28 pm ET by yankee-n-sc.

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Comment #2

He didn't send you mixed signals. The guy is flirting, like many people do. You simply chose to read more into it. To his credit, he was upfront with you when you confessed your feelings; he could have been a jerk and taken advantage of you..

>>Its awkward (still tries to hang around me at work) now but that's only after he saw me in a hot dress and yelled out a classy "DAYUM!!" accidently.<<.

Yelling out "DAYUM" is far from classy..

CL - Women of Color  ..

Comment #3

<<>>Its awkward (still tries to hang around me at work) now but that's only after he saw me in a hot dress and yelled out a classy "DAYUM!!" accidently.<<>>.

Yelling out "DAYUM" is far from classy.>>.

And IMO, it was no accident.  This guy knows exactly what he's doing..

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Comment #4

It sounds like he was honest with you - he likes flirting but isn't into starting a relationship. So you can feel flattered if you like that he finds you attractive but he doesn't sound like a prospect for dating.

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Comment #5

I was being sarcastic as far as the classy part..

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Comment #6

Early 20s is still very young. I realize that you don't realize that while you're there, but it is from above. At that age, it doesn't surprise me that he's a little off balance. He probably does like you; he probably has no clue what to do with his feelings with a co-worker, and his "not ready for a relationship" comment is probably both true and a defense mechanism in case of rejection. One can like - and even date using Match.com - someone without it being a relationship, and most often it's not, so that's no excuse for not showing affection or dating. Being unsure how to handle it, however, might be...

Comment #7

"Yelling out "DAYUM" is far from classy."Yeah, but it's what we do. It's just one of many classless acts we engage in...

Comment #8

>>I was being sarcastic as far as the classy part.<<.

I'm a lover of sarcasm myself, being a teacher and all. No offence, but the way you were gushing about this guy, it didn't seem like sarcasm..

CL - Women of Color  ..

Comment #9

>>Yeah, but it's what we do. It's just one of many classless acts we engage in.<<.

No, it's what *SOME* of you do.

CL - Women of Color  ..

Comment #10


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.

 

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