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Would You Set a Co-worker Up With a Friend? [POLL]

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A friend of mine called me last night and asked if I would set him up with a co-worker of mine. I automatically said, “sure” without even thinking about it. Later that I night I was thinking about when I would tell my co-worker, and it hit me…maybe it isn’t such a good idea to set them up.

What if they start a relationship and it ends badly…then I would be stuck in the middle forever. Or, what if they got married and then divorced…that would also be bad. On the other hand what if they go on one date and decided there is nothing there. That’s not to bad. If  they do end up getting married and are extremely happy forever than I look like a mini hero.

The only thing that is for certain in a situation like this…I am in need of some good advice.

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