You dodged a bullet on that one.
Now on to my answer to this thread: I think I'm about to break someone's heart, and I'm actually quite ambivalent about it. A couple of years ago I made the mistake of falling hard for a co-worker. She seemed like a "beautiful and kind" woman on the surface, but also seemed to revel in the depth of the feelings I had for her at the time, giving me the whole "hot and cold" treatment and so on. Long story short, I got tired of the games and backed off. I kept the conversation as polite as I had to, but said little else to her that didn't pertain directly to work.
Now apparently she's decided that I'm not such a bad catch after all, but I'm no longer interested (yes, we're still in the same office). I'm actually planning a move to the other side of the country when the economy recovers, but I haven't told anyone yet, and apparently she still thinks she's a chance. Her reaction might be interesting when I drop the news, but that's life. I actually do believe she's a genuinely nice person deep down, but she just has a few issues with actually committing to relationships coming from a very strict religious upbringing and divorced parents. Oh well, it might do her some good.