Asking out the AT&T guy.

  • dozwrh

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    Feb 04, 2014 2:41 PM GMT
    I need advice! The AT&T guy who came and installed my internet/TV yesterday was really attractive and I felt like there was a connection. I've been thinking about him all day since he left and I want to ask him out, however I feel weird about the context. I only have his work phone number, which he left; I feel awkward calling him up using that for asking him out since that line is used for work. I think if some random guy called me at my work to ask me out, I might be annoyed. Is it acceptable for me to ask him out? Does any one have experience with this kind of situation? Any advice would be much appreciated!! icon_smile.gif
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    Feb 04, 2014 2:51 PM GMT
    OMFG haha i'm actually waiting for my AT&T people to come and connect my internet soon, what a crazy coincidence, but anyways. Um, yea that would be weird, but do they usually leave their work numbers to customers? if not then I would take that as a hint and go for it, the worst he can say is no right?

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  • winwin

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    Feb 04, 2014 3:37 PM GMT
    Or he is extremely homophobic and may go berserk on you. LOL. I worked for ATT and you have no idea how many times guys have flirted with me even the closeted married ones. So, go ahead try it, it's going to be either yes or no or worse, he may cause bodily harm to you LOL.
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    Feb 04, 2014 3:44 PM GMT
    Okay, so my AT&T guy just left and did not give me his number. I say go for it! icon_smile.gif
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    Feb 04, 2014 3:46 PM GMT
    calls for a pic, did he have a uniform?

    serious;
    95% of the population is straight, chances are he is too. If either you OR him didnt ask the question no need to continue unless your very good at this type of thing.
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    Feb 04, 2014 7:47 PM GMT
    dozwrh saidI need advice! The AT&T guy who came and installed my internet/TV yesterday was really attractive and I felt like there was a connection. I've been thinking about him all day since he left and I want to ask him out, however I feel weird about the context. I only have his work phone number, which he left; I feel awkward calling him up using that for asking him out since that line is used for work. I think if some random guy called me at my work to ask me out, I might be annoyed. Is it acceptable for me to ask him out? Does any one have experience with this kind of situation? Any advice would be much appreciated!! icon_smile.gif


    ATT standard customer service policy is to "own" the case with the customer, and that includes leaving the work number, and their supervisor's number, in most cases.

    In most of these situations, the best policy is to be honest. "I'm gay, and, I think you're cool. Would you like to go out with me?" It's just that very simple.

    This past week, one of the guys who is a trainer at LA Fitness was hitting on me with a torso only shot on a hook up app. I told him, as my standard policy, that I don't get involved with the drama of closet cases, and...I don't. About a hour later, I walk into the gym, he walks up, and hugs me, and feels my back and chest (this guy was a college football halfback and is all guy), and I giggle and I say "Dude, you know I'm gay, right." He giggles. I say "You like what you feel?" His reply, "Oh, man, you got it!" Still, he wouldn't fess up, so, I smiled and walked away. True story, happened this past weekend. As I worked out, he was checking me out, as always, and understand, this kid is a STUD, but, if he won't have integrity, I can't have him, and won't have him, in my inner circle. I can tell...I got him thinking about the cost of being a closet case and a lack of personal integrity. That's a very good thing.

    Just ask the guy.
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    Feb 04, 2014 7:51 PM GMT
    Varus saidOkay, so my AT&T guy just left and did not give me his number. I say go for it! icon_smile.gif


    Standard policy is to give the technician number, and the supervisor number.
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    Feb 04, 2014 7:53 PM GMT
    I say call him, if you felt a connection i would let the chance slide away!
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    Feb 04, 2014 8:00 PM GMT
    It's a requirement of the MOP for a home visit. MOP = Method of Procedure. Usually, it includes the supervisor number, as well.
  • mybud

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    Feb 04, 2014 9:16 PM GMT
    Just because a str8 guy is pleasant, doesn't mean you made a connection. This is more about you. Try going out more. Socialize more with guys you know are gay. Happiness waits for you, but you need to take those initial steps to achieve the means to your end...All the best.
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    Feb 04, 2014 9:27 PM GMT
    chuckystud saidIt's a requirement of the MOP for a home visit. MOP = Method of Procedure. Usually, it includes the supervisor number, as well.


    I'm thinking threesome icon_biggrin.gif
  • thadjock

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    Feb 04, 2014 9:46 PM GMT
    Ohno said
    chuckystud saidIt's a requirement of the MOP for a home visit. MOP = Method of Procedure. Usually, it includes the supervisor number, as well.


    I'm thinking threesome icon_biggrin.gif


    yeah because AT&T is just a shell corporation fronting for a gay sexy ring, using internet installations as a way to get in your pants.
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    Feb 04, 2014 10:32 PM GMT
    Ohno said
    chuckystud saidIt's a requirement of the MOP for a home visit. MOP = Method of Procedure. Usually, it includes the supervisor number, as well.


    I'm thinking threesome icon_biggrin.gif


    A gay guy would. Yep. Oh, brother.
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    Feb 04, 2014 10:57 PM GMT
    Here, listen to this, lol!

  • Destinharbor

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    Feb 04, 2014 11:02 PM GMT
    Just call him and tell him you want to see him with his shirt off. If he recognizes your voice, you're in!
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    Feb 04, 2014 11:15 PM GMT
    ehh, we always feel a connection with people whose looks we admire and who treat us nicely. Kinda like the time, when a bank teller opened my line of credit. He was around my age, so we hand a long chat during the whole process and lots of smiles and eye contact. When I left he gave me his card and highlighted the work number with a pen. I misunderstood it as an invitation. Next day, I sent him an e-mail, also provided on his card, thanking him and asking for his personal number, so I can talk to after work sometime. He sent me a very polite e-mail and bolded the words "I am here for you for any banking related services". So, I got the message and never bothered again. It's part of their job to be nice to customers, specially when we are very polite to them. So yeah, it's kinda risky.
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    Feb 04, 2014 11:25 PM GMT
    ^I thought my bank teller was flirty too until I came by yesterday and he was charming the pants off this old woman. That's when I learned it's just a part of the job.

    And to the OP: just take a chance and tell him how you feel?
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    Feb 04, 2014 11:29 PM GMT
    this thread sounds pretty epic, pretty excited to read the rest of the story!
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    Feb 04, 2014 11:29 PM GMT
    ^ tell me about it. It's like they have an internal game, who can get most scores. My branch is all young studly types. And girls are hot as well. I think they hire customer service based on looks. Banking is always fun there.
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    Feb 04, 2014 11:40 PM GMT
    so ask him out, what are you, a 12 year old girl?
  • hdurdinr

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    Feb 04, 2014 11:54 PM GMT
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    dozwrh saidI need advice! The AT&T guy who came and installed my internet/TV yesterday was really attractive and I felt like there was a connection. I've been thinking about him all day since he left and I want to ask him out, however I feel weird about the context. I only have his work phone number, which he left; I feel awkward calling him up using that for asking him out since that line is used for work. I think if some random guy called me at my work to ask me out, I might be annoyed. Is it acceptable for me to ask him out? Does any one have experience with this kind of situation? Any advice would be much appreciated!! icon_smile.gif

    Call him up and tell him you think he left his screwdriver behind. Then when he comes back, answer the door naked with a hardon and ask "well, do you want to screwdriver" (then turn around) "or the behind??"

    Come on hun, you can pull it off! icon_biggrin.gif


    ^THIS! icon_smile.gif
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    Feb 04, 2014 11:57 PM GMT
    Oh my...

    You found him attractive, therefore you went on to look for any kind of sign that he might reciprocate. You can't trust your perception in a situation like that.

    He's doing his job - leave it at that.
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    Feb 05, 2014 12:07 AM GMT
    k3l3k0 saidOh my...

    You found him attractive, therefore you went on to look for any kind of sign that he might reciprocate. You can't trust your perception in a situation like that.

    He's doing his job - leave it at that.



    Agreed :/
    Maybe if you saw him on grindr or some app to know...check when he's over?
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    Feb 05, 2014 12:27 AM GMT
    k3l3k0 saidOh my...
    You found him attractive, therefore you went on to look for any kind of sign that he might reciprocate. You can't trust your perception in a situation like that.
    He's doing his job - leave it at that.

    +1
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    Feb 05, 2014 12:29 AM GMT
    call a plumber, maybe he'll fuck you