Did we handle the guy who's dating multiple chicks (*) and seeing a girl whom he considers a 2nd class citizen, and a sex toy, but didn't want to see on a Saturday night, question appropriately?
Or, maybe, just maybe, the OP was taking the piss?
Because it had the necessary detail...
I am attending a party during the weekends, but I do not want her to be there because it will probably be embarrassing to me since coworkers are going to be there. I do not want my coworkers to meet her because she much lower class, and sometimes does things that would make me look bad.
There was conflict and a dilemma....
She's not really that attractive either; I am mainly interested in her for sexual intercourse. We usually meet at this time.
He especially needed advice that involved specific interpersonal skills...
How do I navigate around this obstacle? What excuses can I use? The party will probably be mostly friends and family and playing games and stuff. No drinking or anything like that. There will be many coworkers there.
He also cares for her, so there's empathy...
I can't really tell her I'm busy because it's Saturday night. Obviously, I don't want her to feel bad or think that I don't care about her.
Inviting her to the party is off limits, however.
But most importantly, he added his location,
prompted by one of the mods.
We live in the United States.
All the boxes were ticked.
(*) That's not how a true player thinks... In fact, I'm actually dating multiple women, and they do not know each other, and I usually swap new women every month or so. Embarrassment is one reason I do not want to bring her to the party, but I also do not want to bring a different girl every time because I don't want my coworkers to think that I'm a player because they're married people. Interpersonal skills are all about getting around difficult obstacles like this one
And while we're at it. Who are these five users who upvoted an answer that even took this question seriously in the first place?