That is true but appears irrelevant to your good self!
Ahh, you're quite sweet. No, I'm not a predatory alpha female, at home or at work. I do have a conscience and need my beauty sleep at night ;)xxx
Trouble is, the trust usually comes first -- then its too late. Unless word of mouth has gotten around.A wayward thought; just step on it!
A very valid wayward thought, goatman. And in this case, quite accurate. The Good Book tells us, in the end times, the number of the Beast will be visible on all its followers. Until then, we really have no way to identify the ugly in heart until, yes, our trust is innocently given and then stomped upon. Possibly black light scanners in the workplace as a solution ???LOLOLxxx
Shall I second that, Cosmo?;-)xxx
I'd be delighted if you did!
Yeah, what goatman said. I've realized, that as I get older, I can sorta sense the troublemakers right off the bat. I'm not easily fooled anymore.Well, that and I try to stay away from everyone at work as much as possible.
Hi Lin!Wise words - just stay away from the mischief makers. I work in an office of all women, so if I keep to myself I'm viewed as being anti-social and/or stuck-up. It's a fine line to walk between being friendly and professional without giving up your personal life details (which women REALLY want to hear.)Sometimes mischief comes wrapped in a lovely package, and it's too late after we've done all the unwrapping to realize what a mistake THAT was.xxx
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