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Maybe she has told him that's she's not interested... And really, work is for working, not looking for dates. He overstepped the coworkers boundaries, so who cares if she gets him in trouble. Why should she feel uncomfortable for his inaopropriate conduct?

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His chief petty officer was "under him" being snorkeled, what happens in the navy, stays in the navy. Real cool Eric Massa.

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I get so tired of women, yes I am female, who run and tell the boss on men who tell a joke they don't like or flirt with them. It's ridiculous be an adult and talk to him first, if he doesn't stop give him a final warning that you are going to the boss. Ydi op or being one of those annoying whiney women.

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It's more like, "get of his nuts". It's what makes this place such a pussy farm. And not the good kind of pussy. I like that kind.

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The phrase is "pinch of salt," pal. I don't see how you could infer I was "jumped up [my] own ass" from my completely neutral comment, but it's expected from someone who makes baseless claims.

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"to take a statement with a 'grain of salt' or a 'pinch of salt' means to accept it but to maintain a degree of skepticism about its truth" Pinch, grain, but no punch... Bishes :D

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Sounded like you were correcting her to me #70. And I like "punch of salt". It's a play on words here people. #41 SERIOUSLY?!! What's the point? Does someone have issues or what? Oh well, I'm sure you're already in therapy for it.

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^^we need a gas chamber for these chronic misspellers. Why do you hate the English language so much?

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126 excuse me lovely, but it was a joke. Ever heard of one of those things? It's what people sometimes, laugh, smile, or giggle at. Sometimes this procedure can occur inside the head too, if you are in a public place and do not want to be seen as a little odd, just laughing at an electronic device. A good day to you, ma'am, even though I'm British :)

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I see where you're going 5.. When you think about it, there are only win/win possibilities : 1. Say "If I'm chubby, then you won't be able to stand up." 2. Sit. 3. a) Boss can't stand up, problem solved. b) Boss can stand up = you're not chubby.

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