By wow @ creepy fuckers - United States
Today, yet again, my boss whined to me like a baby over being "friend-zoned" by his secretary. Not only does he basically stalk her and make her eat lunch with him every day, she's a lesbian in a committed relationship. He suspended me after I lost it and told him to see a fucking therapist. FML
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  I_iz_B_a_troll  |  23

Hey, I've found if you stick around long enough, the creepy becomes cute and the girls just learn to love ya... Or they get a restraining order. Either way, no sense giving up until you're arrested, sued, or married, right?

By  florido_fml  |  10

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  Lionesse  |  15

It's called pointing it out to the creep of the boss so that he knows that she is not available so he can stop his advances. It's not being nosy or anything. Rather It's being a good person or friend.

  HairyPunisher  |  27

OP doesn't initially care. He's pointing out that A) the boss doesn't have a chance because his secretary's in a relationship and isn't going to cheat and B) even if she was single, she's gay anyway and wouldn't be interested. That's why OP cares. Sheesh.

  Krajjan  |  9

44 - Because if challenging everyone that annoys you to brutal gladiatorial combat was legal, lawyers and judges would be paid significantly less and the lobbyists can't have that. So you want something done, you have to do it legally. =/

  NeatNit  |  32

Still, it's a YDI. There's a different between calmly telling someone they're wrong and exploding on someone like OP described. The boss may be a terrible person and a terrible boss to his secretary, but suspending OP is something I can't disagree with.

By  boyElroy  |  6

Maybe a report to HR would have been a better approach. Usually flipping out on your boss is looked down upon. Also, it's very unprofessional. Not to say his behavior wasn't, but two wrongs, ya know?

  cr3ativity  |  15

I'd say human resources in the early stages of this, Private confrontation around the middle to end, and call em out in front of the entire office as a last resort.

  tehcyberman  |  9

I agree 17, but there is a difference between totally flipping shit and calling him out honestly. In OP's case, some serious shit was flipped if he got suspended.