Have you ever been sexually attracted to your clients?
Today while I was doing my job, I happened upon a very handsome client. Tall, blonde and blue-eyed, he looked to be in his mid twenties. I had to strip him naked and bathe him. He was ethereally beautiful. I took care of him for the rest of the day and wished that I was his boyfriend every moment of the day.
What exactly do you do for a living?
I work at Best Buy.
Client? Why did you have to bathe him?
OP, are you a prostitute?
If you were a nurse you wouldn't use the word "client."
Hell yes, I work at a university. Hot guys and high, tight, bubble butts in skinny jeans and all day bitches. The also wear basketball shorts to you can see their print
[quote] all day bitches
You work at The View?
I've been known to develop a crush on some of my students (undergrads). I do hope it doesn't show. But some of them seem to be aware.
i work in advertising and one of our clients is a total silver daddy who I lust after with the heat of 1000 suns.
Of course. If you interact with sexually attractive people of course you are going to be sexually attracted to them. Just got to make sure you can enjoy the view while still being professional.
no, this never crossed our mind as we dodge bullets looking for food or being raped.
I have sex with my clients on a regular basis
Such things often don't work out well for either party.
Almost never. Bury each, a couple of times, really, really turned on by a client. made having them in my office rough. I would never ever ever ever do anything about it. Thats just crazy. Crazy and wrong.
I really hope there are no morticians on DL.
Yes , constantly .
As a mortician this can be very distracting.
A word do advice, R17: if you're going to act on it, do it before the cremation, not after.
I'm trying to figure out what profession would require you to strip and bathe someone you would call a "client."
Yes, I am an attorney. A new client came in for estate planning and I was the senior associate assigned to meet with the client to get preliminaries before the partner came in. The client was mid-30s HOT AS FUCK guy, CEO of a mid-sized company. Stylishly dressed. Blue eyes, light brown hair with just a touch of a curl. I had to sit in a conference room and go over some of his bank and trust statements. My erection almost caused me to black out.
[quote]I had to sit in a conference room and go over some of his bank and trust statements. My erection almost caused me to black out.
But when did you strip him naked and bathe him?
1/10. $18 for this?
I see the Bates Motel finally has the internet; looks like the showers are broken though but based on my experience there I'd say that's a good thing.
[quote] I'm trying to figure out what profession would require you to strip and bathe someone you would call a "client."
A body servant!
I've fallen in love with my therapist. Does this dynamic ever work out for those involved?
perhaps OP works in the medical or better yet, the healthcare field.
Hospice and home care nursing often entails bathing clients.
R20, tell your law firm that as a senior associate they are wasting your time doing paralegal duties.
But at least it was sexually enjoyable.
Hospice? I sure hope OP's etherial adonis isn't dying.
When my cousin worked as a candy striper she was basically a prostitute. She volunteered two summers when she was 16 and 17 years old and said you can't imagine how many patients she had to administer sex to.
Does an intern count? OMG he was so hot, huge bulge in his pants all the time, smart too. Total tease. He knew he was a hot guy and liked the attention he got from girls and guys.
Yes, I'm a civil attorney and get good looking clients, both men and women, all the time.
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