Meet Our Panel of Experts

Here’s what our panel of experts had to say, weighing in on the situation with Elevator Girl:

1. Janet in Reception: “Don’t make a big deal out of it. Don’t email her. Just wait until you see her, shrug it off as an embarrassing mistake and move on.”

2. Neil at work: “Marny is much hotter than Michelle. After you break up, do you think she’ll go out with me?”

3. Gunther: “Whatever is meant to happen will happen.” [Thanks, that’s real helpful.]

4. Scott: “You made your move, it didn’t work out, why are you still thinking about this? You should dump Marny and start dating Marny 2, 3, and 4.”

5. Monica: “Just be honest with her. Apologize, but don’t downplay how you feel.”

I have a feeling that I’m going to go with the girls’ advice on this one.

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2 thoughts on “Meet Our Panel of Experts”

  1. Honestly, the girls did give the best advice if you combine the two and tweak them a bit. I wouldn’t approach Michelle about it… I’d wait until I ran into her again to bring it up. Then I would casually but meaningfully apologize. If you downplay the severity… you look like an asshole that does this all the time. If you get down on your knees and beg for forgiveness, you look desperate and sad.

    So I think the happy medium is just letting it smooth out until your next forced meeting and just lay it all out there. Couldn’t do much harm, could it? Once she sees it’s all an alcohol-fueled misunderstanding, she’ll get over it. Or … should.

  2. I’m sorry, but I don’t feel like giving an accurate tip about this one. I lack experience about love problems. I mean, I mess it up always, so…
    Even though, if I were you, I would try to make it up as a side effect of the alcohol drinking. It seems to be a lot less agressive than the “I’ve been in love with you since the first moment I saw you”.

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