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2014-04-02 02:51:44 PM
all valuable talents
 
2014-04-02 03:13:09 PM
*may not apply to ugly and/or fat young adults
 
2014-04-02 03:15:34 PM
I thought that the "entry-level" employees were here for us to "enter"?
 
2014-04-02 03:16:20 PM
If anyone tried that with my daughter, I have no doubt she'd inflict severe physical pain before quitting the job on the spot. I don't need to feign any tough guy dad attitudes to strangers on the internet, because any potential perp has a hell of a lot more to fear from her than he would from me. She's got a helpful, friendly temperament that serves her well in the crappy service jobs that young people usually get, but when she needs to she can instantly turn on a toughness that signals that she's not going to be anyone's victim.

Anyway, her workplace is fine. All she's had to put up with so far is that one car theft.
 
2014-04-02 03:30:08 PM
CSB:

In my office, there's a young woman who is about 15 years younger than I am and she sits at her desk directly in front of me, facing me, about 20 feet away.

Almost every time I have looked up from my computer, I accidentally made eye contact with her.

It got to the point that I consciously avoid looking at her because I figure she thinks I am creepy and staring at her.

Eventually, she put up a decorative thing on top of her cubicle wall so now we can't accidentally make eye contact. It made me feel even creepier, and yet it was also a relief.

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...
 
2014-04-02 03:42:28 PM

FarkingReading: CSB:

In my office, there's a young woman who is about 15 years younger than I am and she sits at her desk directly in front of me, facing me, about 20 feet away.

Almost every time I have looked up from my computer, I accidentally made eye contact with her.

It got to the point that I consciously avoid looking at her because I figure she thinks I am creepy and staring at her.

Eventually, she put up a decorative thing on top of her cubicle wall so now we can't accidentally make eye contact. It made me feel even creepier, and yet it was also a relief.

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...


You should get a pack of Mentos and next time you look up and make eye contact, break out the pack of Mentos, eat one and give her a cheesy smile.
 
2014-04-02 03:44:55 PM

FarkingReading: CSB:

In my office, there's a young woman who is about 15 years younger than I am and she sits at her desk directly in front of me, facing me, about 20 feet away.

Almost every time I have looked up from my computer, I accidentally made eye contact with her.

It got to the point that I consciously avoid looking at her because I figure she thinks I am creepy and staring at her.

Eventually, she put up a decorative thing on top of her cubicle wall so now we can't accidentally make eye contact. It made me feel even creepier, and yet it was also a relief.

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...


Look at her boobs instead.
 
2014-04-02 03:48:05 PM

James!: FarkingReading: CSB:

In my office, there's a young woman who is about 15 years younger than I am and she sits at her desk directly in front of me, facing me, about 20 feet away.

Almost every time I have looked up from my computer, I accidentally made eye contact with her.

It got to the point that I consciously avoid looking at her because I figure she thinks I am creepy and staring at her.

Eventually, she put up a decorative thing on top of her cubicle wall so now we can't accidentally make eye contact. It made me feel even creepier, and yet it was also a relief.

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...

Look at her boobs instead.


They are real and they are spectacular.

Actually, I can only verify the second half of that.

Hey, I guess I am creepy.
 
2014-04-02 04:01:10 PM

FarkingReading: James!: FarkingReading: CSB:

In my office, there's a young woman who is about 15 years younger than I am and she sits at her desk directly in front of me, facing me, about 20 feet away.

Almost every time I have looked up from my computer, I accidentally made eye contact with her.

It got to the point that I consciously avoid looking at her because I figure she thinks I am creepy and staring at her.

Eventually, she put up a decorative thing on top of her cubicle wall so now we can't accidentally make eye contact. It made me feel even creepier, and yet it was also a relief.

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...

Look at her boobs instead.

They are real and they are spectacular.

Actually, I can only verify the second half of that.

Hey, I guess I am creepy.


If it makes you feel any better, she's probably looking at your breasts too.
 
2014-04-02 04:32:41 PM

FarkingReading: CSB:

In my office, there's a young woman who is about 15 years younger than I am and she sits at her desk directly in front of me, facing me, about 20 feet away.

Almost every time I have looked up from my computer, I accidentally made eye contact with her.

It got to the point that I consciously avoid looking at her because I figure she thinks I am creepy and staring at her.

Eventually, she put up a decorative thing on top of her cubicle wall so now we can't accidentally make eye contact. It made me feel even creepier, and yet it was also a relief.

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...


Post is worthless without pics.
 
2014-04-02 04:33:35 PM
Heh, when I was working an entry level printing job back in '95 I had to fend off the overt sexual advances of a fugly older broad that was desperate to get young dick.

Her way of introducing herself the first day I worked there was "You, me, a bottle of wine and a hottub".  My dick shriveled up, hid up behind my sternum and didn't come back out for 3 weeks.  I tell you, that broad was fugly.  The patron saint of fugly you might say.
 
2014-04-02 04:35:02 PM
Men: Learn to work hard, smart and better than the rest

Women: Spread your legs and learn to sleep with older guys.

Does that sum it up?
 
2014-04-02 04:36:51 PM

FarkingReading: CSB:

In my office, there's a young woman who is about 15 years younger than I am and she sits at her desk directly in front of me, facing me, about 20 feet away.

Almost every time I have looked up from my computer, I accidentally made eye contact with her.

It got to the point that I consciously avoid looking at her because I figure she thinks I am creepy and staring at her.

Eventually, she put up a decorative thing on top of her cubicle wall so now we can't accidentally make eye contact. It made me feel even creepier, and yet it was also a relief.

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...


How can you 'look 'up' from your computer? Trying to understand the physics of it. I assume your monitor is straight ahead and covers a relatively large area in your frontal field of vision. If you look up would't you be.... looking well ...up? Unless you're saying her desk is higher than yours or your monitor sits so low that you actually look 'down' on the screen.. Still doesn't make geometrical sense.

either way bad ergonomics man!!
 
2014-04-02 04:37:02 PM

FarkingReading: CSB:

In my office, there's a young woman who is about 15 years younger than I am and she sits at her desk directly in front of me, facing me, about 20 feet away.

Almost every time I have looked up from my computer, I accidentally made eye contact with her.

It got to the point that I consciously avoid looking at her because I figure she thinks I am creepy and staring at her.

Eventually, she put up a decorative thing on top of her cubicle wall so now we can't accidentally make eye contact. It made me feel even creepier, and yet it was also a relief.

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...


Maybe she just hears the train coming...
 
2014-04-02 04:37:05 PM
Obvious tag on spring break, subby?
 
2014-04-02 04:37:06 PM
What's weird is that chicks almost never like older men with money.
 
2014-04-02 04:37:23 PM

Smeggy Smurf: Heh, when I was working an entry level printing job back in '95 I had to fend off the overt sexual advances of a fugly older broad that was desperate to get young dick.

Her way of introducing herself the first day I worked there was "You, me, a bottle of wine and a hottub".  My dick shriveled up, hid up behind my sternum and didn't come back out for 3 weeks.  I tell you, that broad was fugly.  The patron saint of fugly you might say.


Sounds like Meredith from the office.
 
2014-04-02 04:37:41 PM
But I don't want to be a novitiate.
 
2014-04-02 04:38:13 PM
Try changing careers and having an entry level job at 34.

/not as many hits
 
2014-04-02 04:38:19 PM
it's a republican paradise!  Job creators! Job creators!
 
2014-04-02 04:38:23 PM

FarkingReading: CSB:

In my office, there's a young woman who is about 15 years younger than I am and she sits at her desk directly in front of me, facing me, about 20 feet away.

Almost every time I have looked up from my computer, I accidentally made eye contact with her.

It got to the point that I consciously avoid looking at her because I figure she thinks I am creepy and staring at her.

Eventually, she put up a decorative thing on top of her cubicle wall so now we can't accidentally make eye contact. It made me feel even creepier, and yet it was also a relief.

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...


One up her decorative thing and put a webcam facing her on top of your computer. Then the rest of us can have pics and say it happened.
 
2014-04-02 04:38:52 PM
Top Men in Oregon Government are looking into this...
therecoveringpolitician.com
 
2014-04-02 04:40:21 PM

FarkingReading: CSB:

In my office, there's a young woman who is about 15 years younger than I am and she sits at her desk directly in front of me, facing me, about 20 feet away.

Almost every time I have looked up from my computer, I accidentally made eye contact with her.

It got to the point that I consciously avoid looking at her because I figure she thinks I am creepy and staring at her.

Eventually, she put up a decorative thing on top of her cubicle wall so now we can't accidentally make eye contact. It made me feel even creepier, and yet it was also a relief.

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...


Sounds like she's just teasing you and is actually interested.

/ Am I right guys??
 
2014-04-02 04:40:30 PM

FarkingReading: James!: FarkingReading: CSB:

In my office, there's a young woman who is about 15 years younger than I am and she sits at her desk directly in front of me, facing me, about 20 feet away.

Almost every time I have looked up from my computer, I accidentally made eye contact with her.

It got to the point that I consciously avoid looking at her because I figure she thinks I am creepy and staring at her.

Eventually, she put up a decorative thing on top of her cubicle wall so now we can't accidentally make eye contact. It made me feel even creepier, and yet it was also a relief.

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...

Look at her boobs instead.

They are real and they are spectacular.

Actually, I can only verify the second half of that.

Hey, I guess I am creepy.


Nah you're only creepy if someone finds the camera you have pointing at her desk.

SuperNinjaToad: How can you 'look 'up' from your computer? Trying to understand the physics of it. I assume your monitor is straight ahead and covers a relatively large area in your frontal field of vision. If you look up would't you be.... looking well ...up? Unless you're saying her desk is higher than yours or your monitor sits so low that you actually look 'down' on the screen.. Still doesn't make geometrical sense.

either way bad ergonomics man!!


He's probably not short and is looking over a laptop screen. Either way I can see over the top of my monitor even if I'm not using a laptop. This is a pretty easy scenario to envision.
 
2014-04-02 04:41:17 PM

FarkingReading: James!: FarkingReading: CSB:

In my office, there's a young woman who is about 15 years younger than I am and she sits at her desk directly in front of me, facing me, about 20 feet away.

Almost every time I have looked up from my computer, I accidentally made eye contact with her.

It got to the point that I consciously avoid looking at her because I figure she thinks I am creepy and staring at her.

Eventually, she put up a decorative thing on top of her cubicle wall so now we can't accidentally make eye contact. It made me feel even creepier, and yet it was also a relief.

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...

Look at her boobs instead.

They are real and they are spectacular.

Actually, I can only verify the second half of that.

Hey, I guess I am creepy.


You're not creepy. You're just not dead.
 
2014-04-02 04:45:18 PM

FarkingReading: James!: FarkingReading: CSB:

In my office, there's a young woman who is about 15 years younger than I am and she sits at her desk directly in front of me, facing me, about 20 feet away.

Almost every time I have looked up from my computer, I accidentally made eye contact with her.

It got to the point that I consciously avoid looking at her because I figure she thinks I am creepy and staring at her.

Eventually, she put up a decorative thing on top of her cubicle wall so now we can't accidentally make eye contact. It made me feel even creepier, and yet it was also a relief.

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...

Look at her boobs instead.

They are real and they are spectacular.

Actually, I can only verify the second half of that.

Hey, I guess I am creepy.


Or you could put up a picture of you with a real creepy stare facing her. Nothing creepy about that.
 
2014-04-02 04:45:27 PM

FlyingJ: Top Men in Oregon Government are looking into this...
[therecoveringpolitician.com image 370x278]


Packwood by name , Packwood by nature.
 
2014-04-02 04:45:28 PM
Actually, personal advocacy is an amazingly useful skill that many people never seem to learn regardless of position.  Being able to say "no" and not feeling bad about it is a hallmark of good health and boundaries...not to mention greatly reduces the likelihood of the horny old guy int he office assaulting you.
 
2014-04-02 04:46:18 PM

SuperNinjaToad: FarkingReading: CSB:

In my office, there's a young woman who is about 15 years younger than I am and she sits at her desk directly in front of me, facing me, about 20 feet away.

Almost every time I have looked up from my computer, I accidentally made eye contact with her.

It got to the point that I consciously avoid looking at her because I figure she thinks I am creepy and staring at her.

Eventually, she put up a decorative thing on top of her cubicle wall so now we can't accidentally make eye contact. It made me feel even creepier, and yet it was also a relief.

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...

How can you 'look 'up' from your computer? Trying to understand the physics of it. I assume your monitor is straight ahead and covers a relatively large area in your frontal field of vision. If you look up would't you be.... looking well ...up? Unless you're saying her desk is higher than yours or your monitor sits so low that you actually look 'down' on the screen.. Still doesn't make geometrical sense.

either way bad ergonomics man!!


Maybe she's really tall, or he's on a laptop?

/the top of my monitor is a few inches above eye level
//but I have an office, muhahahaha!
///so lonely...
 
2014-04-02 04:46:33 PM

Langdon Alger: FarkingReading: CSB:
...

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...

One up her decorative thing and put a webcam facing her on top of your computer. Then the rest of us can have pics and say it happened.



Seconded.
 
2014-04-02 04:46:42 PM

FarkingReading: And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.


Put up your own decorative thing for her to look at. And by "decorative thing" I mean "penis".
 
2014-04-02 04:48:52 PM
stay classy, 'murica.
 
2014-04-02 04:49:05 PM
And you don't think that young men, or men in general, have to deal with the same crap from horny women in the office.
 
2014-04-02 04:49:47 PM
Was that wrong? Should I not have done that? I've got to plead ignorance on this one.
 
2014-04-02 04:49:58 PM

SuperNinjaToad: FarkingReading: CSB:

In my office, there's a young woman who is about 15 years younger than I am and she sits at her desk directly in front of me, facing me, about 20 feet away.

Almost every time I have looked up from my computer, I accidentally made eye contact with her.

It got to the point that I consciously avoid looking at her because I figure she thinks I am creepy and staring at her.

Eventually, she put up a decorative thing on top of her cubicle wall so now we can't accidentally make eye contact. It made me feel even creepier, and yet it was also a relief.

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...

How can you 'look 'up' from your computer? Trying to understand the physics of it. I assume your monitor is straight ahead and covers a relatively large area in your frontal field of vision. If you look up would't you be.... looking well ...up? Unless you're saying her desk is higher than yours or your monitor sits so low that you actually look 'down' on the screen.. Still doesn't make geometrical sense.

either way bad ergonomics man!!


maybe its a laptop or his screen is small.  Also could be one of those cubicles with the excessively low panels.
 
2014-04-02 04:50:41 PM
Enjoy your youth while you have it. You'll wither soon enough and you'll be lucky if grandpa gives you a second glance.
 
2014-04-02 04:51:32 PM
since so much of our advertising industry/movies/magazines/music/tv shows is based on f*ckin', i'm more surprised that people aren't humping in the streets.  i guess that will come later on.

this Nation can't sell anything without it involving sex in some way, either overtly or covertly.
 
2014-04-02 04:51:54 PM

The Crepes of Wrath: FarkingReading: And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Put up your own decorative thing for her to look at. And by "decorative thing" I mean "penis".


At his age it is mostly decorative.
 
2014-04-02 04:53:13 PM

new_york_monty: Smeggy Smurf: Heh, when I was working an entry level printing job back in '95 I had to fend off the overt sexual advances of a fugly older broad that was desperate to get young dick.

Her way of introducing herself the first day I worked there was "You, me, a bottle of wine and a hottub".  My dick shriveled up, hid up behind my sternum and didn't come back out for 3 weeks.  I tell you, that broad was fugly.  The patron saint of fugly you might say.

Sounds like Meredith from the office.


static.fjcdn.com

This kind of fugly but with huge floppy watermelon tits
 
2014-04-02 04:53:15 PM

ongbok: And you don't think that young men, or men in general, have to deal with the same crap from horny women in the office.


THIS.

The older women in my office are constantly making lewd comments and I just take it in stride.  Meanwhile the hot young thing doesn't bat an eyelash at me.
 
2014-04-02 04:54:04 PM
IN my late 50's I'm probably creepy enough to young girls.
Fortunate for me, I''m not bugging my doctor for testosterone pills.
Why do I need to feel like taking risks, spending money I can't afford, and acting like an asshole?
Sure, they might be eyecandy for a moment, but let me tell you, I can to the calculus in my head.
She's under 30, so you know she's still got all kinds of adolescent nuts in her head.
She's probably chock full of STDs.
She is 89% for sure going to bat her eyes at you and try to get you to switch shifts to please her lifestyle.
She is 40% assuredly going to quit, get knocked up, or leave, but you know when she gets married, she's going to hit everyone up with a hat pass, then quit, or stick around if the haul was good, and pass the hat for the pending kid, take a maternity leave, come back for a week, and quit.
She is a time bomb waiting for a HR trainwreck. . 10% chance.
So I give a wide berth, treat like my sister. And mentor a lot.
Also, if they show up on my doorstep after they quit, That's my business.
 
2014-04-02 04:54:05 PM

bdub77: FarkingReading: CSB:

In my office, there's a young woman who is about 15 years younger than I am and she sits at her desk directly in front of me, facing me, about 20 feet away.

Almost every time I have looked up from my computer, I accidentally made eye contact with her.

It got to the point that I consciously avoid looking at her because I figure she thinks I am creepy and staring at her.

Eventually, she put up a decorative thing on top of her cubicle wall so now we can't accidentally make eye contact. It made me feel even creepier, and yet it was also a relief.

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...

You should get a pack of Mentos and next time you look up and make eye contact, break out the pack of Mentos, eat one and give her a cheesy smile.


This only works if he does the tooth sparkle with the smile.

You can tooth sparkle, right FarkingReading?
 
2014-04-02 04:54:18 PM

ongbok: And you don't think that young men, or men in general, have to deal with the same crap from horny women in the office.


CSB:

When I was twenty, my first boss was a thirty ish, baby crazy and single woman. She kept trying to get me to hang out with her. Unluckily for her, I was dating a 25 year old philipino gal I had met in class earlier that year.

/ don't date philipino women; if they think that you're cheating on them; they may try to cut your wiener off; would not recommend
 
2014-04-02 04:54:18 PM

ReverendJynxed: Enjoy your youth while you have it. You'll wither soon enough and you'll be lucky if grandpa gives you a second glance.



gather ye' rosebuds while ye' may
ole' time is still a-flyin'.
that same Dickhead that spurts today,
tomorrow will be dyin'.
 
2014-04-02 04:54:19 PM

bikerbob59: FarkingReading: CSB:

In my office, there's a young woman who is about 15 years younger than I am and she sits at her desk directly in front of me, facing me, about 20 feet away.

Almost every time I have looked up from my computer, I accidentally made eye contact with her.

It got to the point that I consciously avoid looking at her because I figure she thinks I am creepy and staring at her.

Eventually, she put up a decorative thing on top of her cubicle wall so now we can't accidentally make eye contact. It made me feel even creepier, and yet it was also a relief.

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...

Sounds like she's just teasing you and is actually interested.

/ Am I right guys??


Yeah she's totally interested. She's actually testing to see if you'll be a real man and do something about it. What wimmens like is when you pass them in a hall and suddenly pin them to the wall, drool on their neck and talk about babbies & such. She'll complain, but that's an act.  What she really wants is for you to cover her mouth with your hand and push her head against the wall.

Stick with me on this one. It's going to be an epic adventure.

Just in case, do you have around $5,000 to cover the bond?
 
2014-04-02 04:54:37 PM

UtileDysfunktion: Langdon Alger: FarkingReading: CSB:
...

And, oh crap, now I noticed that the decorative thing is gone.

Back to being creepy...

One up her decorative thing and put a webcam facing her on top of your computer. Then the rest of us can have pics and say it happened.


Seconded.


This is a terrible idea.

Buy a bluetooth webcam and before work, install the webcam under her desk.
 
2014-04-02 04:54:37 PM

phaseolus: If anyone tried that with my daughter, I have no doubt she'd inflict severe physical pain before quitting the job on the spot. I don't need to feign any tough guy dad attitudes to strangers on the internet, because any potential perp has a hell of a lot more to fear from her than he would from me. She's got a helpful, friendly temperament that serves her well in the crappy service jobs that young people usually get, but when she needs to she can instantly turn on a toughness that signals that she's not going to be anyone's victim.

Anyway, her workplace is fine. All she's had to put up with so far is that one car theft.


The point is, she shouldn't have to quit. Somebody shouldn't have to leave a job just so they won't have to tolerate behavior from coworkers or customers who don't even have the impulse control of a toddler.
 
2014-04-02 04:54:55 PM

ongbok: And you don't think that young men, or men in general, have to deal with the same crap from horny women in the office.


Hasn't happened with me, because they just aren't desperate enough. Or the Wilford-Brimleyesque mustache is too much of a turn-off to compensate for my youth.
 
2014-04-02 04:55:23 PM
FTA :

Young sexual harassment victims lose interest in school. They fear getting other jobs where they might be harassed again. Some gain weight


So it's a self-correcting problem.
 
2014-04-02 04:55:44 PM
It's almost like you have to stick up for yourself!
What a crazy world.
Luckily I'm in no minority of any kind so everything is given to me on a magic silver platter.
 
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