So a co-worker of mine developed a crush on me. I'm not the smartest person in the world but I picked up on that. Things like asking personal questions (like do you wanna have kids or get married), light touches while asking how was my day, laughing at my jokes (sexual ones too), and she talks to her mom about me. Her mom works there too so she approves of me.
Not gonna lie I started to like her too.
I know we're not supposed to shit where you eat but fuck dude, I've rarely had this happen to me. I was kinda settled into being forever alone kind-a-guy. Family members would ask when are you getting a girlfriend and I'll just give them a non-answer.
So one day, she hits me with the "So when are you gonna take me out?" Oh shit. My dumbass told her that I needed to get my shit together as in, I didn't have a car nor a driver's license to take her somewhere...However, She did say could pick me and so no worries.
Weeks later I was chatting around my co-workers about how I was getting a PS5. lol She kinda roasted me. "How are you gonna get your shit together then turn around and get a PS5". I knew I screw up at that point. She still flirts with me and even suggested that we hang out. But I think any romantic feelings she had for me are gone. Sucks because I thought my coomer days were ending.
What do you think, GAF?
I think she was just ragging on you but she clearly still likes you and that you should just ask her out of date, if and I mean if, you're genuinely interested in her as well*. Doesn't have to be anything super serious, just coffee and brunch. It's a good opportunity to get to know her. Never use a date to talk about you, use it as an opportunity to find out about her. Figure out what she is about, and whether that truly interests you. A brunch is a good opener because if just out of the office you're suddenly not so keen then, it was just brunch. If you're still keen then you can build from there.
* If this is the reality: -
then it's a hard pass.