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    I have a friend and this engaged guy at work keeps on flirting with her and asked her to go on a date. He added her on FB and then his fiancé messaged her and asked her how she knew him. She said they worked together and then that was it. But then at work the guy said that he may not be engaged for long and he wants to break it off to pursue her. She hasn't led him on in any way and is not interested in him at all. She feels conflicted as he doesn't want to break up their relationship but she can't avoid seeing him at work. What should she do?


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    And he just rang her as well


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    Tell him not interested or, if you are interested say I'll wait for you to tie up the loose ends of the relationship your in at the moment before we start something.
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    You might be a little interested

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    (Original post by quinlov)
    You might be a little interested

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    Wow, jones, just wow


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    (Original post by channies)
    Wow, jones, just wow


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    What

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    Tell me what's occurring mann


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    (Original post by channies)
    Tell me what's occurring mann


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    What u on about pal

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    (Original post by channies)
    I have a friend and this engaged guy at work keeps on flirting with her and asked her to go on a date. He added her on FB and then his fiancé messaged her and asked her how she knew him. She said they worked together and then that was it. But then at work the guy said that he may not be engaged for long and he wants to break it off to pursue her. She hasn't led him on in any way and is not interested in him at all. She feels conflicted as he doesn't want to break up their relationship but she can't avoid seeing him at work. What should she do?


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    She should tell the fiance all about it. She ought to know what kind of scum she's planning on spending the rest of her life with.
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    Nah

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    (Original post by crozibear96)
    She should tell the fiance all about it. She ought to know what kind of scum she's planning on spending the rest of her life with.
    Nah

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    (Original post by crozibear96)
    She should tell the fiance all about it. She ought to know what kind of scum she's planning on spending the rest of her life with.
    Agreed!
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    (Original post by Black Rose)
    Agreed!
    Again, nah

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    Again, nah

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    Why not?
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    No point if she already is suspicious of him

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    Seriously?

    Another "friend" of yours having guy problems?
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    This guy sounds like a dooche. If I was in your friend's situation, I'd cut all ties with him or I'd tell his girl everything. Hope your friend is okay though.
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    (Original post by SarcasticMel)
    Seriously?

    Another "friend" of yours having guy problems?
    How do you know it's not the same friend

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    (Original post by SarcasticMel)
    Seriously?

    Another "friend" of yours having guy problems?
    It's the same friend actually as bad as that looks, but she did actually ask for my advice this time


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    You said she's not interested in him so on her part she should make sure she cuts the flirting and takes a fair few steps back.

    If it was me, being me and not wanting the poor girl to suffer and tell his fiancé as well.
 
 
 
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