Undeniable sexual tension between me and my new boss
I was recently forced to take a job in order to pay my ever-increasing property taxes, and my boss is a totally hot daddy.
I've been there for about 3 weeks now, and he will frequently come lean over my desk and I can smell his musky cologne and feel his hot breath as he compliments my work and/or offers suggestions in that pleasing, soothing, sexy voice of his. He wants me. I can sense it. How long will it be before this raw, animal lust erupts into a Vesuvius of passion?
Be careful, OP. Remember why you're there.
Wait until Sweeps, OP.
Always be prepared, OP!
If you must wear stockings, use garters and avoid panties. If you're worried about 'moisture' you can always sit on a folded sheet of A4.
While pencil skirts are "in" with the current working girl crowd, I'd suggest something fuller with pleats so he can flip it over your head if need be.
If you wear slacks, place a small dongle on the side zipper so he can easily unzip you.
Replace your purell with a water-based lubricant. Bring in a lumbar pillow; it can be used as a discreet kneepad. Keep a pack of Chesterfield Kings in your desk drawer next to a pint of bourbon.
The true question is, how long will it be before he fires you for inappropriate conduct in the workplace, asks for a restraining order and sues you for sexual harassment?
I think that you need a boyfriend, sweetie. You obviously are carrying far too much pent up energy, and it's coming out in the most inconvenient ways, in the most inappropriate places.
You were forced to take a job to pay property taxes?
How were you supporting yourself before?
You will NEVER have him, OP. NEVER.
r7 = boss's wife
There's only one thing to do. Quit - and then fuck the shit out of him.
R6, my grandmother set up a small trust fund for me before she died (she also left me her house). Previously, I worked seasonally to supplement the trust income, but it's just not enough anymore.
His desk visits must come at an Exceptionally Sensuous Time for you, OP.
Always try to be fresh down there, or as fresh as possible. You never know when "it" might happen.
Fleet is your friend. And you can use it in the men's room.
OP's a persona, right?
About ten years ago I worked for a federal judge who had a hostile work environment case. Defendant Grampa was a closeted married queen who was a petfood salesman or something like that who traveled a lot.
The plaintiff was this gorgeous married straight guy (saw him in the courtroom) who traveled with Gramps on sales calls. One night Gramps got shitfaced and made a move on the hot guy. The hot guy sued the company and sued Gramps.
So Gramps gets hauled into court to fight this charge. The day I saw the hot sales rep guy I noticed that Gramma was sitting with Gramps having to live through all the hearings.
Moral of the story: don't shit where you work, and if you do, you deserve everything that's coming to you.
Nice try, OP. Your ever-increasing property taxes introduced an immediate fatal flaw in your Effervescent Story Time.
What are you talking about, R16? Do your property taxes not go up?
This tale is a bodice ripper.
Keep us posted.
Be nice to the OP. The ever-increasing property taxes made it an Extremely Stressful Time for him.
I see it all unfiolding like a porno. One day, your boss will ask you to stay a bit late - all the other employees wiil have gone home. You'll go into his office , and .....well, you know how all pornos end. He'll have sex with you OP, but he'll never leave his boyfriend. Keep teasing him, driving him crazy, then wait for him to put the move on you.....then sue he, and the company, for harassment. Property Tax problem solved !
My mother told me three things to always remember.
1. Always "Fuck Up"
2. Never fuck the help
3. Don't shit where you eat.
Shagging the boss violates all the rules (considering the prospectives of both involved). Don't do it!
It's not your life's career, it's a temporary job until you get some money.
Go for it.
Honey, you must have confused Datalounge with Nifty Erotic FICTIONAL story archives.
Do correct that.
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