By headdesk - United States - Kaneohe
  Today, I picked up a co-worker from the airport. As she got in the car, she looked over at me and said, "I'm still not sleeping with you". This was our second conversation. The first is when she asked if I could pick her up from the airport. FML
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Idk how assumptions make an "ass of you and me." I get the part of making an ass out of the person assuming, but not the other person, OP being this person in this situation...

  rawr_ily96  |  24

#64 That pretty much only applies in more public situations that make others think bad of someone. :P Now if this had happened in a more public setting...

  niallo  |  23

While I agree she overreacted, I'd like to make a suggestion to OP. NEVER get in a car alone with this woman alone again. Also, make a note of this incident and email it to yourself. That will put a time stamp on it if you ever need it. This looks like it could be heading towards harassment charges. Or even worse. If I'm wrong, no harm done. This is a case where overreacting is not a bad thing. Harassment charges are very easy to throw around.

  sweetbliss3  |  37

overreacting for sure. she also sounds conceited. who just assumes someone wants to sleep with them? what, people cant just be nice anymore without an ulterior motive?

  MrConcise  |  34

In all fairness, picking somebody up at the airport is a hassle and generally considered a "friend" obligation. Perhaps she got the impression that he expected something in exchange since they were barely even acquaintances.

  RedPillSucks  |  31

Friend obligations don't automatically imply sex.
If she felt pressure to return some favor, she could have gotten him a gift card.
I agree with #58 if this response came out of the blue.

By  doodlecloud  |  26

Being optimistic here but, it sounds like she thinks you're someone else rather than her just being really stuck up and assuming everyone wants her...maybe you can explain and this will just be a funny story somewhere down the line?

  OysterPearls  |  33

"Haha, hey Becky, remember that time when I picked you up from the airport and you assumed I wanted to have sex with you as payment? Hilarious!"

Yeah... No.

  doodlecloud  |  26

Where did 'payment' come from? I said she thought he was someone else, not that she thought he wanted sex as payment. In any case, I don't really see why I have quite so many thumb downs. She said she 'still' wasn't going to have sex with him, which implies that she'd already told him she wouldn't at least once before...if OP's only spoken to her once and that issue didn't come up, then surely it's reasonable to assume she might be confusing him with someone else (most likely a co-worker that she doesn't see in person that often. Possibly even someone who actually HAS been harassing her, meaning her comment wouldn't have even been that out of line.) Obviously commenters seem to have overwhelmingly assumed she's just a total bitch, and maybe that is just the case, but does everyone really think it's completely IMPOSSIBLE that it couldn't just be a mix-up?

  aire101  |  16

Fortunately not all women do. The ones that do are either full of themselves or must have only interacted with some really shitty men in the past.