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Flirt!

Discussion in 'Personal' started by regencyrob, May 4, 2011.

  1. I am single but a colleague of mine has started flirting. Is it ok to flirt back do think? Is there any harm in it?
     
  2. oops meant to say she is a little older and has a long term partner!
     
  3. bizent

    bizent Star commenter

    depends on whether you like a bit of stewing steak instead of flash fry....
     
  4. Erm... No! Long term partner!
     
  5. Erm... No!
     
  6. Don't know why that posted again [​IMG]
     
  7. If you have to ask us if it is ok to flirt then you are probably not old enough to even think about it
     
  8. rosievoice

    rosievoice Star commenter

    Run screaming for the hills. It will all end in tears, and you know it.
     
  9. hazeymazey

    hazeymazey New commenter

    She could be shortsighted? I squint sometimes without my specs and it is often misconstrued....thats my story.

     
  10. Whats with all the shortsighted jibes? I am not bad looking! :)
     

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