Co worker dating site
(Hopefully not in the same sitting.) via GIPHY “I met my boyfriend at Wendy’s. Meeting in the freezer for kisses, winking at each other and just generally stealing glances at each other … Eventually the woman’s husband found out about it and threatened to come to our office and shoot the guy dead. The guy is still viewed as being on partner track but all the partners know about his affair and it will probably stop it from happening.” via GIPHY “I’ve been married for 15 years to her. We kept our romance secret to the point that we still have to lie to people about our anniversary.we could’ve both been fired, so it felt a lot like a less-romantic, less-dramatic, fast-food version of .” “Two managers in compliance started hooking up. We dated for about a year before I left for another job.” “I worked at a pretty stodgy finance/brokerage place. ’ At this point, I had no idea what she was talking about, so I go to the website and start looking around. And she’s had a new job for two years.” via GIPHY “I met both of my ex-girlfriends through previous jobs.We were never flirtatious at work, kept things professional and focused while there.No one knew about us ‘seeing’ each other until about a week before I left.” via GIPHY “I work with my current boyfriend.Ate lunch with him in a group one day and we instantly connected… He’s very shy, so I got another friend/coworker to be my wingman and he told my current BF that I was interested.During a coworker outing a couple months after I met him (no bosses, only young entry-level people), we got really drunk and ended up making out in front of everyone. We kept it very quiet for the first two months, but everyone knows now and they’re happy for us.We dated for about three months, then I, as civilly as possibly, broke it off between us.
I stop only when I start to hear her laughing on the other end of the phone. We’ve been married for ten years.” via GIPHY “I worked for a nationwide company and had a bit of a romance with a much older man (he was 63, I was 33). One evening all the staff were staying at a local hotel, and I snuck up to his room.
We chatted a bunch, due to our respective responsibilities. I worked in different departments from both of them.
I decided to be ‘funny’ and send her a link to a humorous website (mullet.com), thinking she would get a laugh out of it. She proceeds to send me the nastiest email, I ever received. The shared workplace had nothing to do with either breakup, although it may have prolonged my first relationship.
Since he’s shy and never had a GF before, I sort of coaxed him into asking me out. I’m moving to a better, new job next month with a different company and we’re planning on moving in together in the near future.” “My ex and I met at work, and nobody knew for seven or eight months.
I found out he had a crush on me since he started working there nine months earlier. It’s important to remember that if things go south, you are going to have to put up with seeing them every day.