- May 24, 2006
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Ok, so there's this guy that I see in the hospital alot. He's a new doc. So I know him, kinda, meaning that I know who he is and he knows who I am. But we aren't exactly friends or even acquantances. So he's kinda shy and I'm really liking him over the past few weeks. Thing is, he may have a gf. I know he did in the past cuz I would see them together but I'm not sure if they are still together. My question is, should I ask him whether or not he has a gf, then based on that ask him out, or should I spend the time, try to show face, get to know him and then ask much later. I'm kinda afraid that the second approach would set me up for failure, meaning that maybe I will get to liking him even more and then he won't be available. Anyway, just an off topic subject and wanted the non-traditionals more mature approach on how to approach this situation. Our conversations never seem to make it past "hey, how's surgery" and vice versa. I feel like I'm too old to behave like a seventh grader and keep watching and wanting from afar. At 28 I should be able to after what I want right?