"Since you already have your fingers on my prostate, how about I buy you a drink?"
Clearly you didn’t read the post. I said I considered it for a brief second and decided it was a bad idea and had no intentions of doing so.Jesus man, you're an adult and about to ask out someone whose job is to be polite and professional not to mention bound by so many workplace and ethical laws regarding relationships with a patient, wait till your final appointment before asking can you bury your purple headed warrior into her tuna town
Stop money shaming me! JK .. even though I’m short, out of shape and poor. I own it thoughIdeally wait for the end of your time together so that it’s not an ongoing awkwardness she’s forced to remain there for. Otherwise, nothing wrong with asking a girl out. Unless you’re short, ugly, out of shape, or poor!
Yes, I do respect that about nurses. When I was in the ER for the kidney stones, the pain was so intense in trigger a nervous reaction in my body and I felt like i was losing bowel control and I told one of the nurses I apologize ahead of time if I defecate myself and she was like no problem, don’t worry about it.
No, she wasn’t the one I’m talking about though
And honestly, I was just curious if people’s take on the subject. This specific nurse isn’t someone I’m super interested in or anything. I think she’s pretty and thought there was a slight chance I picked up on something, but it was just a feeling and I wasn’t all giddy about it. Just made me think about if it’s ever ok to ask out someone in the medical field. I know it happens sometimes. But it’s probably rare.
YOU should reconsider and follow her home then ask her out when she gets to her house. Just pull up in the driveway behind her.Clearly you didn’t read the post. I said I considered it for a brief second and decided it was a bad idea and had no intentions of doing so.