A something who's surprisingly bad at Tinder, Em learned a few lessons indulging in a workplace crush once. Photo by Tommy van Kessel on Unsplash. A few years back, after spending many a boring work week going through the same routine in the confines of my small workspace, something exciting happened—my longtime boyfriend and I split up at nearly the same time that my new coworker's relationship with his girlfriend hit the skids. While we'd spent the first few weeks of his employment there practically ignoring each other unless otherwise necessary, we suddenly had a lot in common, which we discovered during shared lunch breaks that eventually led to late-night text sessions. And then you can guess the rest after that because rebounds are rarely a long-term solution for two something broken hearts. I dabbled in a workplace romance, something I'd never before experienced or even considered.
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Have a thing for the guy who sits next to the printer? You're not alone. According to a Vault. While an office romance might sound like a recipe for disaster and in some cases against corporate policy , there are ways to make sure the situation doesn't end in heartbreak or employment termination.
That's one nice, lovely, sexy, hot arse you have. I want to kiss and lick both of your arse cheeks, then shove my face in between your both of arse cheeks and then I want to taste around your arsehole.