I patronize a food service business that has several young, attractive female employees as well as this business where this young woman works. I've given the women at this food service business my comic books and CD's without asking for personal information from them. At most, I asked one of them to send me and email that she could glean from my URL on my CD, and she never did. No big deal. Yeah, my CD's and my books have my URL, but none of those women ever contacted me that way.
I've decided to just let well enough alone in regards to those young women at that food service business and not try to be their boyfriend or see them or contact them outside of their place of employment or any of that shit. They seem to want it that way, and I'm happy to oblige. It's not everything I've ever wanted out of my relationship with women, but I can do it and not have any hassle with those women.
I think I'll just do the same with that young woman I go on so much about. I'll just regard her in much the same way I regard the female employees at this food service business. I'll just be a kind of friend to her that she, hopefully, likes to see at her work and no place else, if that's what she prefers. This course of actions seems so achievable. It might also represent the best way for me to actually connect with this woman on a social level, even if that social level never, ever involves even one date with her.
The only thing I will run up against will come in the form of doubts about my rather conservative course of action. Does she expect me to try to get with her in some way? Will I disappoint her and those around her if I just relegate myself and her to this very limited role? Will I live an unfulfilled life if I just let the whole situation go to this extent? I went through similar doubts already about some of those women at that food service business, and those women really seem to want me to just let all thoughts of initiating a course of action in order to get with them go by the wayside.
My experience with female employees at businesses I patronize tells me that they all might have a "don't call us, we'll call you" policy about seeing male customers outside of their place of employment. I went on one date and almost had a date with another employee type. Both times the women broached the subject first. The only reason I didn't go on that one date had to do with her disappointment that I don't drink, because that girl invited me to hang out with her at her favorite tavern.
If this woman represents some sort of exception to that rule, and she wants me to break the ice, I tell you, "exception to the rule" would fit, because EVERY SINGLE TIME before, and I'm talking around twenty times now, EVERY SINGLE TIME, I got shot down when I tried to get something going with a woman of that type. The reversal of male/female roles as to who initiates that sort of thing takes getting used to, but from my observations, it seems to ring true, for me at least. Oh yeah, one more thing, I only gave CD's and comic books to those female employees who specifically asked me for them.