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You're right, it was awkward with his head turned toward me the whole time. Working in the main office doesn't leave me a lot of room as to what I can say or do in front of the people I escort across the building (most of them sponsors from colleges or other organizations to pass out information during lunch). I think the worst I had to endure was this one pair of guys who did nothing but bad-mouth the school and the others that worked in my office. My only response was to take them down the longest, winding path to their destination as I could imagine. Other than that, I had to remain silent when I wanted to defend my school's honor. As far as this kid, I ended up clamming up and stopped making any attempt to talk to him. I usually call people out on weird behavior, but I think that it was just the shock and disgust of it all that glued my mouth shut. I just walked back to the office silently and did nothing. What was I supposed to do, cry 'sexual harassment' this late in the school year? I've got 4 days left before I never have to attend high school again. I'd rather it go off without a hitch. As for the 'I've got a nice rack' comments, I don't think it's appropriate to stare either way. Some things are meant to keep to yourself (or your own eyeballs).
By Miss_Whipped / Monday 2 June 2014 17:01 / United States - Arlington
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By  Psychicgirl17  |  18

Did you say anything to him about his staring at your chest? Personally I would have been really pissed off when a man just stares at my chest. The occasionally glance is fine but an uninterrupted stare creeps me out.

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  RedPillSucks  |  30

By odd, do you mean occasional? Because with OP and the guy walking in the same direction, he wasn't even facing her, so he would have walked the whole way with his head turned towards her and looking down. That is odd! If I were OP, i would have walked close to a pole or trash can so he would smack into it.

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  Miss_Whipped  |  40

You're right, it was awkward with his head turned toward me the whole time. Working in the main office doesn't leave me a lot of room as to what I can say or do in front of the people I escort across the building (most of them sponsors from colleges or other organizations to pass out information during lunch). I think the worst I had to endure was this one pair of guys who did nothing but bad-mouth the school and the others that worked in my office. My only response was to take them down the longest, winding path to their destination as I could imagine. Other than that, I had to remain silent when I wanted to defend my school's honor. As far as this kid, I ended up clamming up and stopped making any attempt to talk to him. I usually call people out on weird behavior, but I think that it was just the shock and disgust of it all that glued my mouth shut. I just walked back to the office silently and did nothing. What was I supposed to do, cry 'sexual harassment' this late in the school year? I've got 4 days left before I never have to attend high school again. I'd rather it go off without a hitch. As for the 'I've got a nice rack' comments, I don't think it's appropriate to stare either way. Some things are meant to keep to yourself (or your own eyeballs).

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  AnOriginalName  |  19

OP, if you only have four days left, what harm is there in giving the kid a hard slap across the face? The worst that would happen is you lose your job four days earlier than it would finish anyways....

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  Miss_Whipped  |  40

Having any type of offense, especially this late in the year, would disqualify me from my exam exemptions. I didn't spend this year putting up with copious amounts of bull and still managing all A's just to 'flip tits' at a student who can't control his eyeballs.

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  wordhippie  |  10

I applaud your restraint, and the fact that you know there are more important things in life. Also, I applaud your use of the term "flip tits". Highlight of my night!

By  Nuggetzor97  |  10

He likes you

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  WarriorBl00d  |  9

You never know, maybe he's just shy and doesn't want to look OP in the eyes?

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  Miss_Whipped  |  40

It's not too difficult. Back when I was younger, I'd walk around hallways, grocery aisles, and the like while reading a book and not run into anything. It isn't too hard to have a background peripheral focus while your eyes are at the attention of something else.

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  Garrett2818  |  21

Well were you in front of him walking backwards ( if so then you're talented) or side by side with him the way people normally walk with someone else. Because facing sideways to stare at your chest is probably a lot harder than reading a book while walking

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