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post #31 of 41
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Originally Posted by lunasmom View Post
I Why Susie are you thinking about one for the side ?
Good Lord no woman.......I can't stand 90% of the people I work with, so even if I was the type to cheat on my Jerry, I sure as heck wouldn't pick any of them...............

Actually, it was the radio question yesterday......alot of people have successfully met their spouses/significant others through their job, so I guess it works sometimes, and sometimes it doesn't.......which is the same I guess where ever you meet someone......downfall at work though is if it doesn't work out, you still have to see this person.......
post #32 of 41
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Originally Posted by kittylover4ever View Post
Good Lord no woman.......I can't stand 90% of the people I work with, so even if I was the type to cheat on my Jerry, I sure as heck wouldn't pick any of them...............

Actually, it was the radio question yesterday......alot of people have successfully met their spouses/significant others through their job, so I guess it works sometimes, and sometimes it doesn't.......which is the same I guess where ever you meet someone......downfall at work though is if it doesn't work out, you still have to see this person.......
Ok good *phew*

I was wondering where/how the question came about
post #33 of 41
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Originally Posted by Rosiemac View Post
Oh did she now?, the dark horse what she is
lol i think, but i maybe wrong
post #34 of 41
In my office right now there is one married couple - he's a judge, she's an attorney. Its no problem. HOWEVER I suspect there may be some cheating going on with another couple (not the judge couple). The guy is married and has a family; she supposedly has a boyfriend. But they are always going on "smoke breaks" and wait for each other to go to lunch.

Seems suspicious or could easily lead to other things (if it hasn't happened). There are plenty of other people in the office to hang out smoking or lunch - but they are always together - and its not like its a few other people going - its just the two of them.
post #35 of 41
Yes, and it was a huge mistake! I would deter anyone from getting involved with their boss.
post #36 of 41
Back many years ago when I took my secretarial training, they told us to stay away from office romances and I always did. I don't know if it is the same today, but most often when an office romance went bad the woman ended up getting fired and not the man which is totally unfair, but nobody ever said life was fair.
post #37 of 41
In the office where I was working until the end of October, a senior director (divorced woman) was carrying on with a married VP. They were told to cease and desist, but I don't think they did. Rumors were they were still "dating". And the guys wife was pregnant, too! Sheesh! That Senior Director was my boss and what a stuck up, controlling ,narcissistic, mean- spirited @*tch she was ( and still is)! NOTHING happened to either of them. If someone at my level was caught, that person would be out on their rump, dontcha know!!!
post #38 of 41
Tried it once (15 years ago), and it was the biggest mistake I ever made. At least the guy and I are friends now, so it isn't painful to see him daily at work. For a while, when we first broke up, it really was, lol! There's currently a really hot guy I work with, but I'm not going there again! I learned my lesson the first time! Although, it is fun to flirt with him. We're both smart enough to know that it isn't going anywhere.
post #39 of 41
My husband and I have worked together at 3 different places. The first job I referred him, the second we applied for together, and the third he referred me. The rumor mill was pretty funny at the last job (a restaurant). People tried to make us sound so scandalous when they figured out that we were dating- thinking we had both cheated on others, that I was pregnant, etc. They didn't realize the significant others we talked about were each other. We had been dating for two years at that point. When we both transfered (I went first), people had no idea we were married, but we both wore wedding rings- they thought we were cheating on our spouses with each other!!!
post #40 of 41
I dated a colleague once. BIG mistake. Turned out to be the biggest whining baby on the face of this planet. Life was always so tough for him, he never had enough money for rent or for bills or for food (but he had enough to go to New York and buy DVDs) He drove me absolutely insane with constant whinging and complaining.
post #41 of 41
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Originally Posted by Rosiemac View Post
age is just a number
That is a fact. Perhaps I am the oldest person on here; I have never seen a profile with an older age. I guess if somebody was older than me they would not put that in their profile though. I am not afraid to list it in my profile, age is just a number!
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