Another bit of advice--  

fieldsofdaisy 41F
1343 posts
6/28/2006 3:38 pm

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Another bit of advice--


Me again.. Full of all sorts of good advice.

Today, I will regale you with a story that will make the strongest amongst you cringe with fear. Flush with embarrassment. Or maybe just laugh your damn asses off.

On a Friday about a month and a half ago, my girlfriend at work delivered unto me my newest 'toy'. Let's call him Bob. I had purchased it at a home party she had held a few weeks prior. So, Bob came into my possession, fully wrapped, hidden, so as not to arouse suspicion. Now, being the girl that I am, the second I got back to my office, I skipped my little self right on over to my favorite co-workers cubicle and proceeded to show off my new toy. Unwrapped it. Even went to the supply closet and grabbed batteries for it. (note: do NOT tell boss that my 'toy' contains company property!) We proceeded to giggle like little kids for a good half hour as we discussed, fondled and explored Bob. (For those that are following the story, this was also the day of the ill-fated wind gust that exposed my penchant for going 'commando' to all of downtown Sacramento... but, I digress.)

Now, pay attention, because this last paragraph has merely been setting the stage for the next!

The following Monday morning, upon my arrival at the office, favorite co-worker immediately asked me about Bob's abilities. She was using the small kitchenette, set to the side of cubicle-land, to toast her breakfast waffle. Without the slightest thought as to where we were standing, or who might or might not be there at that ungodly hour of the morning, we launched into an in-depth discussion of Bob's many merits. Including, but not limited to, how much effort it took to not take Bob for a 'test run' right there in the parking garage, before I drove home that day. And, I pointed out to her how easy this would have been, since I had been going 'commando' that day. It was shortly after revealing this bit of information to her that I was overcome with a feeling of dread, and I asked her, "Oh My God. Do you think Dan* is in his cube?" Her eyes widened in shock, and I could tell that she had not thought of that either. She walked over to the cube that was NO MORE than 10 feet from where we were standing. Peeked in. Guess who she saw hastily putting on his headphones with an enormous smile on his face?? Dan*. She asked him if he'd heard anything. He said that he hadn't, that he'd had his headphones on the entire time. Um. Yea. Right. I was standing there, still in the kitchenette, turning approximately 75 shades of red. I dashed back to my cube, and couldn't look Dan* in the face for at least a week. He held firm to his story about not hearing anything. But a few weeks ago, I heard through the grapevine that he did, in fact, hear everything. Like I ever doubted. Because, honestly? What man wouldn't eavesdrop on two unsuspecting women discussing sex toys and bare pussies?

Sigh... So, my friends, I impart to you another piece of advice, learned the hard way, by yours truly.

If you work in an office of cubicles, and wish to have a discussion of anything other than work-related subjects? Please. I repeat, PLEASE check to see who might be hiding in their cubes before beginning. You just never know what people might learn about you if you don't.

xoxo,
Daisy

* Names have been changed to protect the innocent. Wait. Re-phrase. Names have been changed to protect the guilty.

Looking0100 54M

6/28/2006 8:30 pm

Daisy,

You have lots of experiences, not all pleasing. I often wish that I had real friends with which to converse.

You were so embarrassed for being overhead concerning a private conversation with a coworker. It is always best to keep the conversations completely quiet. Find a nice, quiet place where no one will be, then talk as much as you like about whatever you like. I am sorry that you got caught though.

Sometimes, I wish that I could be in a position to overhear such a conversation. But, really I like privacy very much. I never listen to other people on purpose. Everyone deserves privacy, even at work.

I read your post "Bit of Advice..." right after you wrote it. I remember some of what you wrote. Walking around without underwear can get you caught very easily. And not just with a lot of wind. If you are on a balcony, stairs (not the stairway itself), on a ladder, or anywhere that might put you in a position of good view from below, you should check to see if there is anyone near you, then proceed.

Posts such as "Bit of Advice..." and "Up Skirt" make me think about certain things. I am sorry if this offends you. Please do not be angry. What does your pussy look like? If you prefer NOT to answer that question, just say "no". I WILL accept a "no". I want to remain your friend, so please do not answer the question if it is offensive.

One simple question: Why walk around "Commando", as you call it, when others might see, even when you don't realize it?


Looking0100 54M

6/28/2006 9:44 pm

You are invited to my blog. Read any posts that look interested. Please leave one comment on one of them. Say anything you like. I will not take badly any of your comments.


ChinRyder 39M
235 posts
6/29/2006 12:01 pm

Couldn't help but stop by and take a peek. Great blogs, esp. the ones about office "behavior". My co-workers and I came to the conclusion long ago that girl talk is always nastier and dirtier then guy talk, esp. in the workplace. The difference is if a girl is around the guys, the guys still talk. For women, there must have been a blood oath taken centuries ago, because it's almost impossible to infiltrate their ranks and get the skinny. Many have tried, few have succeeded. Office parties and alcohol have been known to help though.

And as for going Commando, I just want to say thank you from the other sex. There is nothing hotter than a hot girl baring her "naughty-bits". Not on purpose mind you, but when she thinks others can't really see. I have been blessed with two such occasions, and the fact that at one of them I won $3100 only makes it a better story. Maybe I'll put that one down in the next blog.......


rm_agathon12 46M
1311 posts
6/29/2006 5:40 pm

May I have Bob's number? I'd like to have a drink with him and learn his secrets?


Looking0100 54M

6/29/2006 9:46 pm

Okay, thanks!

As I said, I accept your "no" graciously. I respect your decision and will not ask again.

You deserve my respect. I am giving it to you.


ChinRyder 39M
235 posts
7/5/2006 12:30 pm

I'll blog about the $3100 soon. Just keep stopping by I guess. And what's up with the whole wave to the family? Is yours around here? Just curious. If you want to send me a normal e-mail, instead of one so public, feel free. Or just leave another comment on one of my blogs. Like I said: They are welcome and appreciated.


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