It's not serious! Phew... but it's important to me. if you saw my post over the weekend, i started a new job. It's a rather large company, about 100 people in our office. I have heard from others that there's supposed to be two russian guys working in the IT department, but it's a different section than me. When we walked around and i met everybody, i saw one of them who i thought was the one, but he didn't have an accent, the second one was missing.
Now, I'm not saying all russians are great, but it will be easier if they are, and to meet up quickly and get the low down on teh company and have another group to go out to lunch with. I saw that same guy today at lunch when i was chatting with the girls, and he looked at me, a little too long, and then i thought he might stop by our table, but he didn't.
So, i think i should just go tomorrow out flat, and walk up to either this guy's or the second guy's cubicle and ask them if they're russian. It's straight to the point though, would that be considered rude? My god... i'm so confused! Usually i remember these things being easy, but it's like i'm in kindergarden all over again and you need someone's hand to walk you over and to intruduce you!