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Today, after what I thought was several weeks of flirting with a coworker, I asked her out on a date. She asked if it could be a double date, and I said yes. I brought a friend, she brought her husband. FML

By FriendZone - / Monday 27 February 2017 23:11 / United States - Abington
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By  TabooSushi  |  37

Does she not wear a wedding ring? And how does one go several weeks without gettint into the single/not single territory of discussion? I feel like this is half YDI and half FYL.

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  QueenSaru  |  37

Yeah, but if someone says to you, "Would you like to go out on a date?" I'm pretty sure you don't misinterpret that as, "Hey I know you have a husband, bring him along!"

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  Mynxie  |  44

And why the frown face? Men do the same thing. Is it so wrong for a woman to not wear the ring? Maybe the work they do makes it a risk to wear metal. There is no reason to frown because she decided to not wear the ring.

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  Bearsmomma  |  30

She shouldn't have to wear a ring. She could instead, be an adult and use her words. She knew OP meant a date and knew what it meant. She was simply rude and inconsiderate.

By  TaoShaman  |  35

There's a number of jobs where people can't wear rings. Or she may just not like rings. And people don't talk about whether they're single or not as often as people seem to think. I don't see it as a topic that would come up at work that often. That's a terrible thing for her to do though. Her poor husband too. Being used as a prop in her petty plans.

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  Bearsmomma  |  35

She knew what OP meant with the request of a date. That was a perfect time to disclose her unavailability in dating, IF it hadn't come up in conversation before. In my opinion she was a bitch by not feeling obligated to explain.

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