I'm a college professor and I have a student that is super quiet and a bit flirtatious with me. Monday we were doing classwork and when I came to assist her I asked her if she knew how to solve the problems and she said no. I insisted to her to make the effort. She kept looking at me and that's when I think I was an asshole and said to her "don't just spend your time looking at me, your classmate here is trying and you... come on think?" She then looked at me again and that's when I realized the whole class was extra quiet. I could see in her eyes that I had made her feel bad, but I couldn't step back. When the class was over she gor up from her seat and with a smile she wished me a good weekend. Why is she like this? She could have insulted me or be extra cold...
- She's not resentfulVote A
- She deserves an apology, cuz you fucked up.Vote B
- She just had to hold herself from insulting youVote C
- She likes you and she can't resent youVote D
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Yea, you pretty much acted like a douche the next time you see her i suggest you apologize, but not in a creepy way.1