What's a nice, nonthreatening or unimposing gift for a coworker who I like for Valentine's day? If there is such a thing as an innocent gift for Valentine's day.
She'd also be the only person who I'd get a gift for at the office, so I'm not sure how to go about it.
Why not read up on your employer's sexual harassment policy and get back to us?
No, but people will notice it and it could be used as evidence if things go south. No longer a he-said-she-said.
...you've never read those sections, have you?
If she rejects it and his advances and he responds by shouting penis in vagina several times that would qualify, otherwise he's fine.
There is no such thing as a Valentine's day gift that isn't freighted with a ton of meaning. Unless this girl already has a thing for you, the end result is almost certain to be that she's going to be very uncomfortable and think that you have no clue about what is appropriate and inappropriate behavior.
Speaking of inappropriate behavior, this is a blue board. Posting nudity is inappropriate here.
Fucking love that movie, double trips of evil.
>a blue board
oops, I did not remember that.
At least it's somewhat artistic.
Also, I don't want to make her uncomfortable and can't really tell if she has a thing for me or not. She's very friendly in general and hasn't made it clear one way or another. She says flirty sounding things, but seems like she's that way with everyone.
Ask her out to something outside of work. If she says no, back off completely with any sort of romantic stuff and assume she's just one of those girls that flirts for fun/attention. Don't fuck up your ability to support yourself.
So what's the alternative to sacking up and accepting the chance of rejection?
Hint around it hoping that eventually she asks YOU out? Well, yeah, that's a possible strategy. It has some serious drawbacks, but at least outright rejection is unlikely as long as you aren't too aggressive in your hinting.
Try to come up with the "perfect" way to get her to notice you romantically? One where it's completely impossible for her to reject you -- if only you could find that magical combination of words and deeds where her only possible response is to realize she's madly in love with you and always has been?
Grow up. The world isn't going to spare your precious feelings, you aren't entitled to everything you want, you are not the center of the universe.
>What's a nice, nonthreatening or unimposing gift for a coworker who I like for Valentine's day?
There's no such thing. You handle this much like i did in Middle School. Just fucking ask her out. If she declines you stop your somewhat pathetic advances and move on.