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I've got a burning question about a social situation I just had in the UK.

The other day I was at the (incredible!) WB HP Studio Tour in Leavesden.
An employee approached me while I was admiring these showcases of designs.
What follows is a pleasant conversation between two like-minded people (us) about the things on display during which there is a lot of eye contact.
I find myself thinking that I can finally talk to somebody at length about a passion we share.

Eventually she asked my name and she told me hers.
She simply said 'It was a pleasure talking to you Eddy'.

Is it just general 'English pleasantries' for her to have said that?
Is it common for an exhibition employee to be that personal? (not that I didn't like it)

I'm positive she genuinely liked talking to me.
Do you guys think she might have meant more with that though?
Or am I reading way to much into it?

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I've got a burning question about a social situation I just had in the UK.

The other day I was at the (incredible!) WB HP Studio Tour in Leavesden.
An employee approached me while I was admiring these showcases of designs.
What follows is a pleasant conversation between two like-minded people (us) about the things on display during which there is a lot of eye contact.
I find myself thinking that I can finally talk to somebody at length about a passion we share.

Eventually she asked my name and she told me hers.
She simply said 'It was a pleasure talking to you Eddy'.

Is it just general 'English pleasantries' for her to have said that?
Is it common for an exhibition employee to be that personal? (not that I didn't like it)

I'm positive she genuinely liked talking to me.
Do you guys think she might have meant more with that though?
Or am I reading way to much into it?
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