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Is it OK to chat up girls when they're working? watch

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    (Original post by noobynoo)
    What are the rules here?

    Say you saw a cute girl (or the girl of your dreams) working in a shop. Is it socially acceptable to chat them up? I think it would be annoying for the girl since she can't exactly escape the situation. It is her job to be nice to the customers.

    Is it even technically legal? I mean in some places such as bars or lap-dancing clubs it is illegal for a girl to go home with a customer. Why would shops be any different? Similarly they are paid to be "nice" to the customers.

    Maybe the rules are different depending on whether you live in a big city or a small village where everyone is more friendly.

    It's a social minefield! :eek: What if she said no then you can never go back to that shop! Or if she said yes then that would be weird too to have your girlfriend serve you.

    It's annoying since often you see cuter girls working in bars or shops than you do when going out socialising. The cruel irony of life. :rolleyes:
    I personally hate it. It makes me really uncomfortable i think its inappropriate.
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    Literally. Don't.

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    I think asking out attractive girls at work is pretty dodgy. It an inappropriate dating environment, they are likely to have come to find it an occupational hazard and pretty much that type of girl is not going to be waiting for a relative stranger to ask them out. A guess a bit of gentle flirting to over a period of time to judge if there is any intest might not go amiss.
 
 
 
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