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Jealous woman in squash club

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    I recently joined a squash club, and after a few weeks I met a new club player, a semi attractive young lady, who I got chatting to after a game on club night. Then a much older lady, who is the club night organiser, got involved by asking the young lady whether or not I had harrassed her!

    Is this old lady just a completely jealous fool, or is she just overprotective? In case you are wondering, I'm a relatively young and semi attractive, friendly guy myself.
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    All i can say is lol
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    (Original post by TSR Mustafa)
    All i can say is lol
    Doesn't help much.
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    "semi attractive"
    what does that even mean=)))???
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    (Original post by Magic Streets)
    Doesn't help much.
    Not much to say , there motive could be anything
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    What did the young lady say to the being harassed question

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    Omg. Don't ever refer to a woman as "semi-attractive" to her face.

    Crikey Moses :rofl:
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    (Original post by SMEGGGY)
    What did the young lady say to the being harassed question

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    There was no bad word she said, she told her what I had said, and everything I had said was sensible and normal, like what level of squash she was at, and what she did for work, and where she grew up etc.
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    I've seen this type of jealousy in offices also, it is usually the old ugly ladies that try to act like the mother of a younger and quite attractive girl.
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    this happened
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    Yes, you should give her some attention next time.

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