Let me rephrase that one liner subject line.
Is it okay to flirt with someone you are not supposed to? Like a boss. Like someone who would get fired if anyone found out they were into you.
Now here's a forum post like they used to be!
If you aren't supposed to flirt with them then it's fun to you.....but if it's okay to flirt with your husband it's no fun.
did I say that?
Weather it's okay or not doesn't stop a lot of people. Some people are after the feeling of the thrill of flirting on the job. If your job is working at a high end escort service, then flirting may be part of the repertoire. A lot of successful couples meet at work and end up together having a great relationship. I say keep it out of the office. When you're at work, do just that, work. Save the flirting for after hours if you're that into each other.
It is best to keep business and personal relationships apart, therefore no flirting with the boss or with anyone else who might get into hot water because you flirted with him. Nowadays OR (office romances) could result in you being fired. Too bad, really, because they can be fun.
Flirting is really an unacceptable action whatsoever the reason behind, some people take it as revenge I totally disagree on it, I don't think any one bite back to the dog if the dog does, life is not such a fun , it's great enjoy it, cheers
I can barely flirt with people it's socially acceptable for me to flirt with. I very much doubt I would even be able to flirt with my boss even if I wanted to.
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