Danger! Poison Ivy Ahead!
"You can look but you better not touch!"
Then again ... if he looks and sings anything like an older version of Diego Boneta ... all bets are off. Go for it! ...Measles make you bumpy
And mumps'll make you lumpy
And chicken pox'll make you jump and twitch
A common cold'll fool ya
And whooping cough can cool ya
But poison ivy, Lord'll make you itch!!
Poison ivy-y-y-y-y ... Poison ivy-y-y-y-y
Only joking girl, don't do it.
If you do it, the morning staff meeting will never be the same...
"You wanted to see me, ma'am?"
Run from this as fast as you can.
And don't do the opposite of what I just said.
Make the guac, give him credit and then turn your back on this situation. Do not follow up.
I was always a big flirt at work. The good thing is that every lady I flirted with saw me flirting with the rest of them and knew it was never serious. Then I flirted with the wrong one and got a reprimand from HR.
Bah, he is talking to me in Spanish now and asking if I want to go see Andrea Bocelli in concert. I said, Nah, tickets are too expensive and *I* don't want to pay that kind of money. He looked confused, but got it. Yesterday I was playing Bocelli songs on my iPod at work and he listened to a bit with me. (We have the same taste in music)
C'est la vie.
Any way that you can arrange a transfer for him? That might solve the problem. Or if he does a really super job, maybe you can unobtrusively help get a promotion for him. Then you'll be equals and that nasty little part about you being his work superior is eliminated.
Also don't forget that a true friendship can be more lasting than a romance. I still have buddies that send me emails from St Louis, both clients and fellow employees. They were buddies, nothing more, but true friends.
It sounds like you have a nice relationship with him. Keep it cool and just enjoy it, but be careful to not give the office gossips any ammo.
Okay Hawkgirl ... Inquiring minds need to know.
How's it going? ...
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