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    Not too sure what's going on with my colleague here, but, it's got me all wondering.

    I only started paying attention to things after this colleague said to me that "another colleague believed that [OP] and [my colleague] would more than likely marry" which I found quite a bizarre thing to say.

    Anyway, the things I've picked up on include:

    - Her constantly reading my FB profile - whenever I post a status, within a day she'll usually say something about it. (it is now a joke between myself and my manager that if I want to ask her any question, it should be done via statuses on FB)

    - Her constantly going on about things, like, name dropping. For example, if she was in a meeting and I decided to grab a takeaway for lunch, when she's out she'll say something like "well, I would have got X for lunch but [OP] didn't say anything!!"

    I could go on but I want to keep the skin on my fingers

    Your ideas, folks?
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    Report her to the police.

    Very suspicious behaviour.
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    (Original post by FranktheYank)
    Report her to the police.

    Very suspicious behaviour.
    the police?

    OP - maybe you feel she's taking it too far but it sounds to me that she's just trying to make a friend and maybe isn't super good at reading your social signals, if yuo think it's a bit problem talk to her about it
 
 
 
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