fancying the pants off of a senior manager at work - should i pursue?

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  1. B_ILIW

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    There is this senior manager at work who...well i think literally the first moment i saw her i fancied her. it's been a long time since i got action, and i'd give anything to bone her.

    but i'm in a junior position and she is higher. should i pursue, or leave it? :confused:
     
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    One should NEVER poo where they dine --- NEVER !!
     
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    i guess. but everytime i see her i feel like whipping it out and giving her the shafting of a lifetime. :redface:

    even if i "poop" at work, the chance to experience her snatch would be worth it!
     
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    Sounds like the head between your legs is doing the talking.....
     
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    I'm in a similar situation at work, except it's a gay situation, and I'm looking for a potential relationship (or at least really good friendship). Sex would be a bonus, but I'm attracted to the person he is, not how good he might be in bed or how handsome he is.
     
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    not really
    sure the ecconomy is rough right now but if he really hates his job it isn't that big a risk

    I have had my share of hot female bosses
     
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    Hating your job doesn't mean you can just throw away, *especially* in these rough economic times. It's not like you can just pick up any job somewhere else.. quite the opposite really. I'd recommend against it.
     
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    All fine if you have a plan b whereby another workplace can be found relatively easily...
     
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    If you don't care about having to change jobs when it inevitably doesn't work out, go for it. Otherwise, don't do it.
     
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