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Office Romance Stories

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Police Written by F**ked over! on 09/21/2012I dated a girl I worked with, we both worked for the BNSF railroad police, we had an argument one night and she sent me multiple texts to my work phone, she accused me of sleeping with other girls, she used extreme vulgar content and threatened me that she would make my life hell. A few weeks later we got into another argument, I told her that she was dead to me, she turned me in for that comment and not only did she get a restraining order, but I was fired for sendingn her inappropriate texts from my work phone, eventhough, I had multiple text evidence on my work phone from her of a sexual and hate nature, they refused to investigate her crimes. During the work hearings they advised that she had been reprimanded; however, I was fired and lost my career. Thanks Aimee! you bragged of how much integrity you had, but the evidence showed just the opposite! Read 1 Replies   |   Add a Reply
     
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Posted by walking by on 09/21/2012:
This looks like a bad experience wrapped in a nightmare. When people in power decide to cut the payroll anything can get people fired, one innocent word can be twisted into something sinister. Can you appeal the ruling further until you have exhausted the appeals process? If not, can you apply your training to other jobs in another town? Recommend moving because she will get you fired from your next job if you stay. It's hard to find a mate on the outside, but do it. It should save you a lot of grief. Good luck!

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cute coffee girl does banquet mgr (and wife!) Written by lv sunshine on 02/17/2011I started a new job in a hotel after being dumped by my guy of 3 years. I was sort of lost. I had to begin again and remake my life somehow and get my mojo back again.

I worked in the coffee shop and I was meeting other hotel workers left and right. One guy I thought was gorgeous. Just my type. I blushed a lot when he ordered his double expresso. I figured him married though. One day when we were alone outside I had the balls to ask him if he was married. I told him I always liked him. He admitted he was married but explained his wife "understood" who he was. He invited me to join them at their house. Yeah. You get the idea. Best sex ever gotta admit. And we are still close. It didn't turn out badly.
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Posted by anon on 02/24/2011:
I don't believe you.

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they are all screwing!!! Written by kc sunshine band on 10/14/2009Everyone in my office is a couple.

One guy left his wife for his cubicle mate. They get all fuzzy-dovey at lunch.

Another couple met each other there, after meeting their 1st husband/wife respectively as well.

Last week I met some new coworkers as I am new, and found out that they all have husbands who work upstairs. Some of the husbands left first wives for these ladies.

Now people are talking about me and my cubicle mate, because we are the only ones not in the over-50 set, and almost the only ones not coupled up at the office yet, so they try to match us up. Note we are both married to other people but that never stopped any of these characters, so they assume sh-- about us.

Annoying office.
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Posted by what? on 10/14/2009:
Cubicle mates? As in you share a cubicle? what kind of office is this anyway? Perverted management or just too woefully cheap to provide ample desk space?

Posted by Cemetery on 10/25/2009:
Absolutely ridiculous that people are more worried about their dating status than actually doing some work. Wow.

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can't keep my mind off...help! Written by handle on 09/07/2009I am "Spoken For" but I can't get my mind off the Software Guys, the consultants. Most of them are H1B Indian but hotttttttttt as hottttt. They come and go, I made out with 1 consultant who was there for a week, then the next one started getting my nethers in a frenzy every time he walked by, and asked me to lunch a few times. We never touched each other but we flirt over the chat all the time now. I'm pretty sure he had a thing for me. On his birthday he said he missed me, not his arranged wife. Weird.

Another one is like 20 years older but when he talks to me, he starts doing things that look like covering up the fact that he's getting turned on. Like nervous and stuff, and he wears the tight pants...hmm hmm!

I guess nerdy consultant guys are my achilles heel or something. There are about 4 in my mind right now that I'd love to f#$F. All are Indians.

This is not a fake post. I'm honestly going to cheat on my boyfie with a Computer Guy who talks in a lilting accent about "fixing your CPU" and it's scaring me half to death. But feels good too.

Helpy??
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Posted by the confessor on 09/08/2009:
You're probably putting your job and reputation in jeopardy by getting involved as much as you'd like to. It may not be the person you're attracted to so much as the naughtiness of the situation. If your post is indeed on the level, then you've given us an interesting inside view of what drives a number of workplace affairs. This shouldn't be confused with office bullies that have sex with senior managers or owners in an attempt to receive power, promotion, or pay.

Posted by HaveADamnNiceDay on 09/08/2009:
I honestly think you're mixing a recipe for disaster. You may want to do your boyf the favor of dumping him if you're gonna do this kind of stuff. And stay away from the married men!!!!

Posted by chubby girl on 09/09/2009:
Hilarious post. I don't believe one word of it.

Posted by HaveADamnNiceDay on 09/09/2009:
@CB, the only reason I actually think this post might be real is because I WORKED with a person like this!!!! Why don't you think it's real?

Posted by nitin on 09/09/2009:
Isn't "this a fake post" usually a protesting indication of the exact opposite?

Posted by chubby girl on 09/11/2009:
I agree 100% with nitin. I think the poster doesn't like Indians and is making fun of them.

Posted by SouthernProgrammer on 09/11/2009:
Personally, I tire of these type of posts.

Posted by nitin on 09/11/2009:
thanks. I meant to type, "'This is NOT a fake post' is usually indicative of the opposite," but you got my gist. :)

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One of THOSE Dreams... Written by Distracted Day Dreamer on 08/13/2009Whenever I have one of THOSE dreams (naughty) at night, it will haunt me for weeks, and last night I had one of those dreams involving one of the brokers I work for.

He's single, but a Bible-thumper, and while I don't even find him that attractive, the dream has slightly altered my perception for the time being and now all I can think about is how amazingly dirty a quick office fling would be.

It has certainly inspired me to meet and exceed his every expectation and perhaps I dressed it up a little more today. Yet my mind has wandered several times today to my fantasy dream I had.

I'm distracted...
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Posted by chubby girl on 09/01/2009:
Last night I had a dream I finally told off an idiot I work with. It was better than a naughty dream.

Posted by HaveADamnNiceDay on 09/02/2009:
CG: I LOVE those kinds of dreams! They are always the best! I had a dream that an evil boss offered me my old job back, and I told her to go to hell! Ahhhh! It felt SO good! I wish sometimes that would actually happen....

Posted by SouthernProgrammer on 09/03/2009:
Has anyone had the dream where the wrestler Hulk Hogan is dancing in a pink TuTu or is that just me?

Posted by HaveADamnNiceDay on 09/07/2009:
Only when I take tylenol PM.....

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what to dooooo.... Written by KC on 05/26/2009She is hot.

Today she walked in with a nice tan and a V-neck shirt and my eyes went right "south."

Sometimes I get fidgety when she talks to me.

I like her a lot but she is spoken for but I'm sure she could like me. I like she IM's me and it turns me on little bit.

Can she do lunch as friends?
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Posted by KC on 06/01/2009:
she won't do luunch....cries

Posted by anonymous on 06/02/2009:
Don't do....be careful. asking someone to do lunch could "earn" you a permanent harassment charge in your personnel file. I've seen it happen. A very nice coworker asked the most annoying village idiot to have a cup of coffee at the company cafeteria to smooth things over. blondy squeaked harassment and used this incident to get the promotion he was slated for. now complains of being lonely.

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Could someone please post to the website for me? Written by thanks on 05/05/2009I'm in love with a coworker and don't know what to do.

He is quiet and hot.

I would like to take him out for a long, hot, tasty lunch.

What do I do?

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Posted by HaveADamnNiceDay on 05/05/2009:
I'm really not an advocate of office romance, but.... The answer here is obvious. Just ask him out to lunch! However just remember it's always the quiet ones who turn out to be whack-jobs... So, uh, pursue at your own risk.

Posted by BonusOnus on 05/05/2009:
Do as HADND advises. But be discreet. Most men are flattered by being asked out by a woman. But you should do some homework first. Engage in small talk and ask how his weekend went. See if he mentions an girlfriend or wife. And also make sure he's not gay either or you'll really be swinging for the wrong fence.

Posted by thanks on 05/05/2009:
he's indian

Posted by SouthernProgrammer on 05/05/2009:
Hopefully your Indian friend is not a lecher. Guys, I smell Con.

Posted by BonusOnus on 05/05/2009:
SP, You might be right. to the OP: if you aren't Indian and he's from India (not an ABCD), good luck with that. He's already having his marriage arranged by his parents to a woman from the right family and caste back in India. But you definately have to make the 1st move if you want to hook up with him.

Posted by shewhoshallremainnameless on 05/05/2009:
trollocity

Posted by cnotes on 05/08/2009:
Don't do it. One of you will end being fired.

Posted by thanks on 05/08/2009:
I did it. I'm not fired. so ha!

Posted by anonymous on 05/09/2009:
not yet - enjoy it while you can, nothing lasts forever anyway.

Posted by thanks on 05/10/2009:
frack, they deleted my other post, oh well.

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fun nights Written by jvdoscher on 08/21/2008Two of the managers are going out. One is the overnight manager and he is an A--hole, and the other is the night time manager and she is flat out awesome. it is funny every night they have arguments that involve cursing. Its just funny and they enjoy it. Except when I'm working the drive-tru register and can't here myself thing, much less the person ordering, so I'm often telling them to shut up, and I don't get in trouble for itAdd a Reply
     
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Skunks In The City Written by outrage2004 on 04/11/2008 My husband has a pet skunk on his job. He raised it from an infant. She worked at a lower position at the company. He saw that she was confused and lonely with hardly no friends as she is very annoying. He taught her all she knows about her current position and is now at a much higher pay level. She works with him in the same department and now lives in the same apartment building! There are other company employees who live in the building also and I would wonder way they acted strange and uncomfortable around me. Well it is because the wife is the last to know. A couple of these people have moved their families out of the building( I guess not to participate in silence with the despicable behavior of fellow employees. This has been going on for 8 years. The skunk has lived in the building for 4 years! My children , one is 26 years old but is completely devastated. The younger one has not spoken to her father for a year. My family is ready to confront this person on my cue. My husband has 4 years to retire and I guess we will have to get a divorce. I think he wants to duplicate a life like he had with me when I was stupid and 22. I practically worshiped him. But geez this woman is 46 and stupid! Even when I was in my twenties I never thought to mess with a married man on the job. He says she looks like a gorilla and stinks, but still messes with her. Office romances can be backfiring, especially when you work in a male dominated section on the job. I think she has been passed around. She seems very uninformed and easy to get. She tries to avoid looking at me and seems afraid. You think people only go though these things in their youth. After my children and I have been destroyed emotionally, I am going to need more than tomato juice to get rid of these skunks and their scent.Read 9 Replies   |   Add a Reply
     
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Posted by avid reader on 04/11/2008:
Oh dear!! I am so sorry to hear this! It must be so very hard for you---not to mention shocking and confusing. And to live in the same building! My heart really goes out to you. I wish you the best. Personally, I would not confront her until I was completely sure of what I would say and knew I would be able to address her as the better person (you know...the strong woman who will be just fine thank you very much in spite of her crap) and not as the devastated and betrayed wife. Showing any hurt or weakness will surely bring an inner smile to her. Also, never forget that she is not the only skunk, it takes two to tango. All the best of luck and love to you. Put on your boots and start walkin! - Avid

Posted by Dumber than a Catbox full of sh*t on 04/11/2008:
What is up with all the employees living in the same building? Creepy and weird. I wouldn't confront her. I would be glad that she has taken this creep (sorry) off my hands and he will be so involved with her he may not pay attention when you are shakin' him down for every cent you can get out of him. And now you won't have to spend the rest of your life with the likes of him.

Posted by Wage Slave on 04/12/2008:
You don't deserve this. Prepare for a life alone if that's what you want, for your sake and your adult children's sake. Store cash or get a job if you are not working. Document what you can if you want a divorce. I am sorry you have to go through this. My brother in law cheated on my sister. The stress made her cancer come back and it killed her. He married the scum he cheated with 3 weeks after my sister's funeral with absolutely no respect for their children, my sister or my family. The scum and my ex-brother in-law are now divorced. The scum cleaned out his savings. My ex-brother in law is broke (financially and emotionally) now and seeing a psychiatrist. I pray you get through these difficult times. Remember this is his problem not yours. You didn't cause his bad behavior. Some men go through a mid-life crisis and lose their minds.

Posted by CK on 04/12/2008:
How did the two of you live in your early days? I know a story of a couple about to get divorced because the guy said he wanted it to be the way it was in their youth. She turned the table on him and say to him that if that is what he wanted it he is more than welcomed to live in a one-room appartment on the bad side of town, eat hamburger-helper, and sleep on the only furniture that they had - a sofa! Because that is what will happen if he left her only he will be much older!

Posted by Joan Crawford on 04/12/2008:
Yeah, other employees in the same building is deeply bizarre. It sounds cultlike. Yuck.

Posted by CK on 04/12/2008:
Here's a classic! http://wilstar.com/midi/ram/dead_skunk.ram

Posted by HaveADamnNiceDay on 04/15/2008:
He who can be stolen away is not worth retreiving.

Posted by MSCANTBEWRONG on 04/23/2008:
Sorry this has happened to you. I would have a very nice conversation with the skunk and the skunk-lover. I would wish them all the happiness in the world and stress that you hope she has plenty of money to support your ex-skunk because she's going to need it...all your ex-skunk's money will be yours after the divorce settlement! Smile and say "Good Day"!...I said "Good Day!!

Posted by matsuda on 07/16/2008:
A lot of people are just selfish and don't give a a damn. If they can get away with it they will. These narcissistic personalities rarely change according to psychiatrists. More of this behavior has become acceptable even tough fraternization rules exist,. People turn a blind eye because it is not hurting them. Very sad but you are not the loser in this scenario.

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Not Really A Jobschmob Story But Weird Written by dumber than a catbox full of sh*t on 10/02/2007I just have to tell someone this because I think it is kind of...weird...different...strange.... And I do it every day before I go to work....So that is my link, here--I do it every day to...prepare for hell at work.

I work-out everyday at 5 a.m. I am a runner for the past 2+ years and was a swimmer for 7+ years. This past January I ran into...my first boyfriend from my Freshman year of high school--that was 29 years ago...at the gym. I now work-out next to him several days per week. I have a runner's injury currently that does not allow me to run...so I swim...and all of a sudden my ex-boyfriend is...swimming! What is weird is he "came-out" 10 years ago.

My point: my personal life is now weirder than my work life...hm....I wonder if that is a positive sign...or a negative sign....At least it makes my life interesting. I think....
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Posted by CK on 10/03/2007:
If you are talking about your ex-BF "coming out" I am assuming that you're saying he's gay. And if that is the case then he wants a "girl friend" to hang out with. Maybe you can give him some fashon and make-up tips.

Posted by SouthernProgrammer on 10/03/2007:
I want my wierdness magnet back.

Posted by HaveADamnNiceDay on 10/03/2007:
It's ok, catbox! It certainly makes for an interesting (if not entertaining) way to live. If your pillowbiter ex bothers you too much, you can just tell him to get lost, right?

Posted by avid reader on 10/03/2007:
SP: LOL! It's like a Seinfeld episode. I would just treat it as a funny ocurrence in your life and go with it. If you like the guy and want to be friends, just be friendly. Keep in mind that he could very well be thinking "CRAP! Why does SHE have to swim here too?!"

Posted by CK on 10/03/2007:
Now if he starts wearing silk blouses and lace then ... And if he starts sizing you up (asking what size you ware or asks "who's the designer") then he is OUT and flaming!

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conflict of interest Written by canary on 07/09/2007I fall in love with my new boss but he's really mean to me. He start out as friendly and gradually to barking commands every time I utter two words. He's an open-nature type of person but with me he is well-guarded. I know it is conflict of interest but I can't help it. I naturally brighten up and smile when he passes by and when I look into his eyes, everything just stop. You know when you look at somebody and you instinctly say this is the one that I want to marry. How do I make him like me? Read 6 Replies   |   Add a Reply
     
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Posted by Are you serious? on 07/10/2007:
You can't make someone like you. Is your boss married or otherwise taken? If so then move on and get over it (yes, you will). Even if he isn't find another job and move on as your "crush" coudl be considered sexual harassment which is something you don't want on your file... and it could make him uncomfortable.

Posted by computer illiterate on 07/10/2007:
Ok...Its a crush..don't let it crush you. Clearly if he is mean to u why even pursue it. Plus he is your boss! He is probably married or taken or gay..lol Just do your job and if you ever find yourself day-dreaming snap out of it.

Posted by SouthernProgrammer on 07/10/2007:
Canary - I hope I don't sound mean when I suggest you get counseling. You may have a fixation problem which could be damaging in the long run to yourself and others. Leave the boss alone and stick to your work and get help.

Posted by JB sucks on 07/12/2007:
I re-read your story carefully. could it be that he feels the same way about you but doesn't want to for whatever reason so that is why he is acting how he is?

Posted by dontask 0 on 07/12/2007:
Don't encourage her, JB! He is holding her desperately at arms length, lets keep it that way. If she can't cool it, its time to look for another job outside the company. If he finds an excuse to visit she will have her answer. If he doesn't (and that it most likely) then there was no future in the first place.

Posted by HaveADamnNiceDay on 07/13/2007:
Please get out of there or just ignore him. Don't try to make friends, don't waste your energy. You're there to earn a paycheck, remember?

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Should I warn him? Written by HaveADamnNiceDay on 05/23/2007Hey guys, I need a little advice. So we have this new young man in the office, just started this week. He's a rather handsome chap, looks like James Franco... In punk clothes ^_^. One girl in my office has the hots for him big time. Aside from the fact he's a little young for her, she already has TWO other boyfriends!!! To top it off, she's admitted to being a willing infidel.
I might just be a little paranoid, he may not even decide he even wants to bother with her, and it's only the first week. I'm hoping she'll just lose interest and leave him alone. I just don't like seeing bad situations that are preventable unfold in front of me. However, it's technically none of my business either. She's told me she likes him, but I want to yell at her and tell her STOP WAIT A SEC! Eat just ONE piece of cake at a time, please! Argh.
I've never been in one of these situations. Advice from anyone who has seen this sort of thing before???
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Posted by twiz on 05/24/2007:
I would leave it alone. My first thought is you don't know the new guy well enough to be offering relationship advice... and secondly, it is never a good idea to gossip about other employees to the new person... (or to anyone in general!). It could come back to bite you... and it is just not worth it. Hope this helps!

Posted by avid reader on 05/24/2007:
Yeah...I agree. I would just leave it alone too. You might end up looking like you meddled because you wanted him or something or at the very least like you just decided to sabotage it. He'll figure it out, and maybe he might not even mind. You can't protect people from things like this, they have to learn for themselves. I would however, warn someone if I knew someone was an abuser.

Posted by SouthernProgrammer on 05/24/2007:
I agree with the others, if you say anything you may get slapped with a slander. Obviously "the kid" is an adult...let him make his own choices. Now..if he ASKS you anything..fire away!

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Commissary Clerk Written by MissMilw@aol.com on 05/22/2007It all started about 4-6 weeks after I began my job. My manager gave me a 3 day weekend. I was so happy I don't know who gave who the first HUG but it was so great. Well we began meeting in his office on a now and then basis for a HUG. The door was shut and he'd give me a HUG and I'd give him one back. I thought it was awsome we had something going. and if it wasn't that, he'd give me "flirty eyes" in the morning when he saw me. I knew what they ment. so I followed him to the office just to talk until one day in January when we were busted and someone turned us in so we cooled it for a while. So then he said no gifts, no coffee, and NO HUGS. So we refrained from HUGGING, but he said I could punch him instead. It worked for a while, but not very long. Back to the HUGS. Well the person who ratted us out went back and turned us in again and in April I was fired. So, I thought the hell with it I turned my manager in for HUGGING me. He never came to my defence and stood by me. I'm sure he faced some kind of disaplinary procedure. I haven't heard from him. I am now in counseling trying to straighten out my messed up life because he really "screwed me" over!!! I feel like I need to talk to him and with him but they won't let me near him. Somebody help me or give me some good advise on what to do? PLEASE? Any Lawyers giving free advise.
Keep my name, address, and e-mail secret please
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Posted by twiz on 05/23/2007:
I'm a bit confused here. Were you just "hugging"? Or is that code for "hugging"??? ;-) My guess is this... if he wanted to see you or talk to you... he would make it happen. If he is not taking any steps to try and see you... then I would move on from the situation... just my opinion!

Posted by SouthernProgrammer on 05/23/2007:
I had to reread this several times to see if I understood this correctly. It sounds as if your manager initially hit upon you but you also returned his affections. Then, when he got in trouble he pretty much dumped you and you (rightfully so) got your feelings hurt. I don't condone one thing your ex-manager did and do believe you did the right thing by turning him in and you should seek legal counsel. One thing to learn from this is to stay away from office romances with the boss! Good luck, maybe RedVelvet can chime in as she seems to have good legal advice.

Posted by fear army on 05/24/2007:
you're an idiot

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CAUGHT! Written by MiTzIiIiI on 02/23/2007My secretary and me just started dating and we would usually make out. And one day I went to ask her something for business and all of a sudden we started making out I went a long and we got serious! My boss came in and fired both of us! He told us to buy a room! We did!


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Posted by MiTzIiIiI on 02/23/2007:
Please comment

Posted by sheila on 02/23/2007:
I think you're pulling our legs, here.

Posted by twiz on 02/23/2007:
Sounds like a made up fairy-tale to me... sorry buddy.

Posted by bigblue on 02/23/2007:
Fake. And not nice to fake. All who have commented can tell you why is you have the gall to ask. Shame on you.

Posted by HaveADamnNiceDay on 02/26/2007:
All pleasantries aside, this is the dumbest post I've seen to date.

Posted by SouthernProgrammer on 02/27/2007:
So let me get this straight, you made out with your secretary. Got fired, went to a motel room, "finished" and then ran to a computer to post this? And you thought we needed to know this for what reason? I'm with the others, this post must be fake.

Posted by C - - on 02/27/2007:
Old Business Saying: "Don't Dip Your Pen In The Office Ink"!

Posted by avid reader on 02/28/2007:
At least it was entertaining. =)

Posted by avid reader on 02/28/2007:
Oh yeah and SouthernProgrammer---I like the way you put it in perspective! LMAO. BTW I see you got to be a CIO on here!!! WHOA! Do we have to start calling you "sir"? ;-)

Posted by SouthernProgrammer on 02/28/2007:
A - Reader, I was unaware of the promotion. No need for formalities, SP will do!

Posted by FEAR_Army on 02/28/2007:
whatta moron.

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"Pulling an All-Nighter" and its embarrassing double meaning! Written by the cynic on 09/13/2006This didn't happen to me, but to a coworker from long ago, let's call her Melissa. We were working at the company for close to a year as temps, almost finished with our term, when she started dating one of the permanent guys, let's call him Jim. Very nice guy and I guess she figured since her term was up soon, they could date without too many professional boundaries being breached.

It was an open floor where you could easily see people coming and going, and there were 2 exits. One exit obviously went to the train to Melissa's and my neighborhood. The other obviously faced the train to Jim's hometown. So, Melissa and Jim generally left at different exits after work.

Now, we had a lot of gossipy about-to-retire ladies who were highly bored and would start all SORTS of rumors about EVERYONE, including one about how I apparently had a pot problem because my contacts would get red. So, you can imagine how juicy things got when these 2 got together.

As subtle as they tried to keep it, one night Jim went out Melissa's exit. I don't think he was even going to her house, just to a store across the street or something, but boy did that set those ladies off!! Laughing, giggling like teens, and making all sorts of comments about Melissa that implied whorishness. They were loving it.

The next day when Jim came to work, one of the ladies started being faux-friendly and asked, "So Jim, how have things been lately?"

Jim made the mistake of saying, "Oh just fine--I'm just so tired. Last night I practically pulled an all-nighter so I am beat."

Uh-oh--As SOON as Jim was gone, the lady let out the largest "WHOOOO!!!!!!!" and got all heads turning. "He pulled an all-nighter. I wonder with WHOOOOM? WHOOOOOO!"

Of course nobody really cared, but as it turned out, Jim had not gone to Melissa's at all--he had gone to order food and later returned to pull a very late night at the office.

Never go public about dating a coworker even if you're a temp; it will only come back to embarrass you.
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Posted by the cynic on 09/13/2006:
So "drug" is a restricted word or phrase? Isn't that a little bit strict? changed to "pot."

Posted by the confessor on 09/13/2006:
Too bad he didn't ask one of the blue-hairs to "pull his all-nighter"...

Posted by shewhoshallremainnameless on 05/05/2009:
this is funny, thanks for it

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