Turned down the job. Still go for the girl?
Lately, I have been interviewing for jobs and got a couple of offers. I chose one over the other because it was a full-time position instead of an...
Most Helpful Girl
I think it would be okay.. you guys are not associated really on a professional level because you DID turn the job down, and all that happened was an interview. I would say wait a little bit first, though it is a bit odd to have an email saying, "Hi thanks for taking the time to interview me, can I get your number" (I know you're not going to phrase it like that, but just the meaning in general lol)
but yes, if you want to get to know her more, contact her outside of work. I think it would be hard no matter what, to approach it in a way that bridge the gap between professional and personal.
What Girls Said 3
I'd say why not! Maybe give her office a call and be like okay I know this might be crazy but I really enjoyed talking with you and wanted to give you my number. If you wanna get a coffee sometime or something just gimmy a call :)
What Guys Said 1
Was she flirty at all with you? Lots of guys around your age do mistake polite professionalism as interest. If you sure she likes you, there's nothing ethically wrong with asking her out. Wait a week though, but not longer lest she forgets about you.
Use her office email, a short message, something like you enjoyed the interview, you find her a smart and interesting girl, you'd like to get to know her outside of the workplace, and see what happens.
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