Young and hot vs. Old and not  

rm_8tooffer 48M
14 posts
4/7/2006 7:01 pm

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4/9/2006 5:50 pm

Young and hot vs. Old and not

I have a young(20yr) woman at work who wants me in a bad way. I've heard from other workers that she has said "I would fuck him right now, if he asked me". Not that this is a bad thing to hear but, I catch myself thinking: do I risk my job by taking this chance with her and having her spill her guts to someone else at work or to I just let my ego swell and move on? She has one hell of a body and a descent attitude and I can't seem to understand why a woman like that would want a guy 16years her senior THAT BAD. I mean, I'm not bad looking but I'm not a close second to an underwear model either. Granted I want to take her for a spin, as crude as that sounds, just to rock her world and let her know what experience can do. She also has that clingyness about her that, if I do rock her world she'll be stuck in mine like gum on your shoe.

Jeez, as I read this I sound so shallow but, I know that this is a NOW event, not a search for relationship bliss.

douxetlent 66M

4/7/2006 7:30 pm

I'd be willing to bet that the fukin' you'd get wouldn't worth the fukin'you got.

rm_leggzz4 55F
1 post
4/7/2006 8:11 pm

If there is anyway that your job could be hurt don't do it until you leave the job or she does. Meanwhile you could fly down to California and do me cuz you are gorgeous!!!!!!

waerlookin4fun 51M/47F

4/7/2006 10:11 pm

My take one this one is leave it alone........I've worked in the medical field for a long time and have always thought the paramedics were HOT, and they know it. We have flirted and talked sex, but always knew it was just that....."flirting". Let someone else rock her world and keep your job. And it has nothing to do with your age.....sexuality comes out in a lot of different ways, regardless of age, race or body type. If she "seems" clingy then she is and let it go. Hope you find what you're looking for.

ElizabethAgain 40F

4/7/2006 10:45 pm

Free legal advice: NEVER at work.

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