How can you tell if a woman is just being friendly or is genuinely interested in you.
There is a girl at work with whom I flirt with often, she has a second job at Subway and I asked when she would bring me a sandwich, she asked what I like and I just mentioned something off the top of my head. The next time I saw her she had brought me the sandwich, and wanted to know if she needed to bring me another one tomorrow. I said no I don't want to be a nuisance she said it was no problem I bring you the same if its ok with you. I've often mistaken friendly gestures with women being interested in me. Whats your take?
Ahh my friend. No one does anything without an ulterior motive, however nice they are. Next time you can tell that you feel like having something sweeter like an ice cream or coffee and ask her if she wanted to go. If she says yes - she is interested if she gives some reason without fixing another time, she is cooking up something else.
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