This girl in my office, she was an intern, and she was teaching me to drive, to get mylicense. This was during her lunch time. During this, following incidents happened:
1. One day there was a note in her car, I asked who wrote it? Your boyfriend? You have a boyfriend? ( Please keep in mind, I did not out of no where asked: Do you have boyfriend?
2. She told me that if I buy a colored car, there is a high chance that I will get ticket, statistically speaking. Since, due to some superstition, I don't use anything related to safety that is black, I chose to buy white color car, and I informed her. Also, since I learned in her car, I had better understanding of control and vehicle behavior. So, it was similar make and color.3. And that I had never learned to drive because I was scared of driving, so she not only taught me to drive, but she also helped ,me overcoming my fears. So, I was kind of appreciative of her4. On her birthday, I gave her a greeting card: which read..as long as stars are above you;....as long as grass seeks the dew;....as long as seasons need to follow the plan;...as long as sea is bound to wash up the sand;Today, tomorrow forever and beyond...
I don't understand your issue. You are pursuing her, not the other way around?? Please explain more so we can answer your inquiry.
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I see no harassment or intimidation in the facts you present. If you are not interested then simply say thanks and stop interreacting.
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