She said tell the truth. Was I wrong? I DON'T think so.  

rm_Khemeckals 37M
71 posts
3/13/2006 5:06 pm

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She said tell the truth. Was I wrong? I DON'T think so.

A co worker approached me last week. Let's get a visual. Early 40's, blonde, 5'5", and a body that just won't stop. A Demi Moore that never made it on the train to Hollywood. I've known her for about 3 years, and we talk allot. If I were to define the relationship, I would say a good acquaintance. She's pretty high up in the company, and very rude to people. Father owns the company... imagine that. I really don't understand why she doesn't treat me this way, but I don't need to.

For some reason over the years, she has grown comfortable in telling me about her personal life, dates, even some more intimate moments with her partners. She's been quite a soap opera that I can't seem to find the off or mute button for.

I thought maybe there was a possibility that she found me attractive or interesting at one point. I realized that she just needed someone to talk to that wouldn't judge her, etc. Most people at work avoid her like the plague. She looks down on people, she's rude, and is somewhat of a snob. I've never talked to her outside of work.

She says, "Can I ask you a question, and you be totally honest with me?"

Sure.. I've played this game before.

She asks, "What's the deal? Why can't I find a guy that likes me for me? I don't get it! I go out on a couple of dates, and it seems like all they want is one thing. They never want to continue the relationship.

I said, "You don't want me to answer that".

She seemed kinda stunned. Gave me a pretty nasty look. Almost aggravated that I said that so quick, she says "Yes I do."

Ok, I'll sum it up for ya. You're beautiful and you know it. You act like everyone is beneath you. You're rude to most people, and seem real bitchy all the time. You want someone to like you because of your personality and not your looks. Problem is, beyond all that beauty, you're just not that interesting. Only reason why people bother to look past that, is because you're attractive. So truthfully, you are the problem. Work on yourself and you'll be gold.

(I do have a job offer at this time, and probably would have sugar coated that if I hadn't.) Obviously I just put my job in jeopardy, but I was having a bad day anyway.

She took it surprisingly well. She's been nicer to people for the most part, almost human in fact. She still talks to me. Been giving me a hard time in fact for what I've said, and real flirtatious.

Honesty, the new cure?

crazygurl2xx 56F

3/13/2006 10:10 pm

I AM SO goddamned impressed... seriously. that's awesome! anything that makes people nicer, what else could you ask for??? simply awesome.

redhead351970 46F
29 posts
3/13/2006 10:22 pm

If only more people could be honest, then more people would listen.

redhead351970 46F
29 posts
3/13/2006 10:24 pm

oh, yeah, I forgot - that hot redhead in the BITCH image? Look here:

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rm_Khemeckals 37M
94 posts
3/14/2006 5:44 pm

crazygurl2xx you of all people know that I'm straight up, and say what's on my mind. lol

Redhead, that site is pretty cool. Might have to do some ordering.

oldman1776 78M
3164 posts
3/15/2006 6:58 pm

You are lucky you found a person that took your advice. There are a lot of people whe don't want to know the truth even if they ask.

rm_Khemeckals 37M
94 posts
3/15/2006 7:11 pm

    Quoting oldman1776:
    You are lucky you found a person that took your advice. There are a lot of people whe don't want to know the truth even if they ask.
Very true. I don't think I would of put it quite like that if I didn't have another job offer. It seemed like a good idea at the time, and haven't felt any bitterness from her. So it worked out ok.

rm_art_persists 51M
1789 posts
3/24/2006 11:49 am

well said, my man...

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