Strange kinda-crush

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    Apr 17, 2012 3:01 AM GMT
    Guy I work with a couple of times a week is cute, smart, funny, young enough to be my son. Not distractingly hot, really, but a good guy.

    When we see each other we're down to business, friendly, but clearly not really connecting personally. It's comfortable but completely without chemistry.

    When we're apart, though, my brain's doing the whole, "I wonder what he's up to..." stuff that I associate with my college years.

    Weird? Just a sign from my brain that I should get back to serious dating?
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    Apr 17, 2012 3:33 AM GMT
    AMoonHawk saidThere's not fool like an ....

    What was that Marlena Detrich movie



    LOL.

    At least I haven't reached the long, weepy walks in the rain stage that used to come around a couple of times a year.
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    Apr 17, 2012 3:45 AM GMT
    You've been bewitched, like that black dude on "Grimm."
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    Apr 17, 2012 3:50 AM GMT
    mizzouguy10 saidI personally believe people are meant to have partners in life but do whatever feels right. You only live once so don't let yourself make stupid regrets.


    I don't think this is anything with a future in it at all. I'm just puzzled by how nice-in-person becomes something else when we're not working together.
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    Apr 17, 2012 10:34 AM GMT
    AMoonHawk saidloneliness ... work provides you with the possibility to get close to someone, though it is strictly work. You come home and somewhere in the back of your mind part of you wants to fill in this empty time, so it wanders back to an earlier part of the day when it was stimulated with social interaction. It turns this into some other thought to tell the rest of your brain I want more of this.


    You, sir, seem to have put your finger on it.