What does it mean when a married guy openly flirts back with a single coworker?
Kim R: You have a few choices
You have a few choices: 1. Speak directly to one or both of them. 2. Leave each of them an anonymous note stating coworkers have noticed what's going on and the wife will be told if it escalates. 3. Mind your own business. Good luck.
You sound jealous. It’s none of your business.
Call them out in front of other people while they are flirting. Pretend like you're kidding. It'll piss them off and they'll probably both deny anything is happening, but that might be the only thing to make it stop.
On the one hand, I’m all for telling a person if they have a cheating spouse. However, I’m also against false accusations. In fact false allegations are criminal- if you accuse him of cheating or flirting without just cause, or proof, then he can sue you. You should find out if he’s actually flirting with sexual intentions or if it’s just harmless joking, before you tell his wife. For example- you could test him by offering to hang and see a movie at your place after work. If he agrees, THEN you can tell his wife.. & make sure you get proof via texting of his flirty texts to u, first. Again I’m all for catching married cheaters bcuz they deserve it 100%, HOWEVER DONT ASSUME THAT HES CHEATING WHEN MAYBE HE IS JUST AN OUTGOING CONFIDENT GUY. Don’t take this the wrong way but some girls are really shallow and c*unty, and they’ll think a guy they find unattractive is “flirting” if he’s merely confident and outgoing to her/others, as if ugly guys should be shy. Don’t be that girl.
It means it has nothing to do with you. You should consider minding your own business. No good will come of interfering in this.
What do you mean "he reciprocates her advances"? Are they kissing in the hall? Or just having a friendly conversation? People can do that, you know, without having an romantic involvement.