By Spanner - 25/04/2019 00:00

Today, I realized why a female colleague keeps asking me if I'm high when I'm not. All I'm thinking when I see her is how glad I am to see her. Dilated pupils, flushed face, stupid grin on my face? I'm not high. I'm in love with her. She's married. Oh, and she wants to be my roommate for a year. FML
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TCRII 29

Don’t be her roommate. You will either be miserable, or destroy her marriage.

Why does your married colleague want to live with you for a year, instead of her spouse?

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TCRII 29

Don’t be her roommate. You will either be miserable, or destroy her marriage.

You can't destroy someone's marriage. That's a choice they themselves have to make.

Threesome! You’re welcome.

sounds like a bad time all around

Why does your married colleague want to live with you for a year, instead of her spouse?

They (as a couple) might be looking to have an extra person living with them to share costs.

Yeah that's just a bad idea say no best case scenario you hook up she leaves her husband and you wonder while dating if she will do the same to you. Trust I had same situation fell for a women who was a friend and married. Hooked up she left her husband moved in with me turned into a total nightmare. Karma came back at me for breaking up a marriage. RUN RUN RUN

Why does she want to be you roommate...?

Possibly share costs, like another person said.

Nope nope nope. Don’t get involved especially if you have that strong feelings for her. Tell her you’d love to but are not able to and then make up some excuse. Then keep her as a distant friend

Don't do it dude. Don't torment yourself like that.

Don't shit where you eat brother. Unless she is in an open relationship and polyamorous.

I feels it's a tough situation kinda going through the same thing