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    Hi,

    Last night I received a call from my work colleague, last time I've spoken to her was about a week ago and she called me and was checking how was things? She asked if I was free tonight (last night that is) and I replied back, I was already expecting someone. She says, 'Oh okay, it's alright. Don't have too much fun.'

    By the way, she is married. Am I right to be concerned about her? What should I say? This has been on my mind since last night.

    Any help would be awesome.
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    This was an invitation to have sex.
    Go for it.
    Knowing that you are ******* her better than her husband is the best feeling in the world(not that I know anything about that but I can imagine ) .

    Enjoy yourself.Be safe tho condoms always.
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    (Original post by Theconomist)
    This was an invitation to have sex.
    Go for it.
    Knowing that you are ******* her better than her husband is the best feeling in the world(not that I know anything about that but I can imagine ) .

    Enjoy yourself.Be safe tho condoms always.
    Okay, chances of me doing that, zero or near zero. She's a work colleague, she's married and it'll be awkward.

    When I said, I was expecting someone, I was refering to my date. Lucky she didn't call me during the date.
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    Shes married so maybe she's just wants someone to talk to and have good time. I mean married women are flatered when guys try to pick up them (of course nothing happens apart from a nice conversation). Or she wants you to be her mistress, either way it's good you have a date and these things don't and shouldn't concern you.
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    (Original post by lukasvalio)
    Shes married so maybe she's just wants someone to talk to and have good time. I mean married women are flatered when guys try to pick up them (of course nothing happens apart from a nice conversation). Or she wants you to be her mistress, either way it's good you have a date and these things don't and shouldn't concern you.
    hmm, could be. Just thinking back to it, the way she said it wasn't her usual self when i normally talk to her. I see her at work on the Monday morning so..hopefully there will be no awkward moments.
 
 
 
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