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Hi Brad – I just wanted to thank you for putting this site together! Yeah, yeah, I’ve said that before and my big ‘shake up’ was usually to try a different dating site. The seemingly great guy from Bumble that I never actually met? Tall ones, short ones, fat ones, skinny ones, cute ones, not so cute ones, quirky ones and just about every other option out there. We spoke a little about the upcoming weekend that I would be in town and that he wouldn’t have his son with him. As I found myself getting a tad too complacent with all things Grey Goose related (dating, online dating, friendships, career, social life, etc….), I decided that it was time to shake things up a bit. As I’ve explained umpteen times before, I am open to all sorts of men. The one that contained not only a ‘break up’ but also managed to blame me for it? We’d been out several times at that point (all oddly odd times as his schedule truly sucks and he is unwavering in his ‘norm’).I have enough experience and the stories of so many others, to mean it when I say ‘Don’t sh*t on your own door step! This means that on a positive note, you can lunch together, hang after work with mutual work colleagues, bitch about other people and share your woes. Familiarity breeds contempt and whilst you don’t mind your man being bossy or calling you on things at home, you don’t want him doing it in front of co-workers. A lot and people will begin to feel wary of being around you. How you handle dating them will cement these perceptions. If people aren’t making up stuff about you or reporting on seeing you both have a cheeky snog together, they’ll also be quick to tell you gossip about your partner’s past.’ Dating a co-worker, I’ve always firmly believed is what you do when you really, really like someone; not what you do when you’re looking for no strings fun. In many companies, it is company policy for co-workers not to date so doing so could land you in hot water and potentially affect your career. Is it a just a casual shag or potential for a relationship? A small office (and I mean 250 people or below) seems to create a situation where you live out your relationship as it’s a goldfish bowl. The downside is when you’ve woken up pissed off with each other and you can’t escape each other for 8 hours like normal folk. You also don’t either of you taking advantage of the fact that you both work together and expecting that you will put each other’s work needs first, even when you shouldn’t. Remember that if you work together, live together, play together, and pretty much do every damn thing together, you will either talk far too much about work to occupy your talk time or you’ll run out of things to talk about. Not to forget that bringing your relationship woes to work is unprofessional. If you really both have to work at the same company, at least work in different departments/teams. Don’t let either of your bosses think that the relationship is taking centre stage instead of your job. You’d better hope he doesn’t have one or that you have a tough exterior.
It’s been an adjustment and the move itself was less than stellar, but I’m getting my bearings and excited to see what this new life of mine brings me. I’m going with a group of friends that I go with every year. I let him know that I actually AM in town this weekend! Bachelor #3 texts me with ‘hello beautiful’ about every 3 days while making no effort or mention of ever actually meeting. If I want to text one liners with someone twice a week, I can do that with friends. So, for now, I will stick with getting my butt in gear for that big change that I mentioned a post or two ago and not worry about men. Filed under: bad dates,bumble,dating,interent dating,internet dating,karma,online dating,single,texting — Grey Goose, Dirty @ pm Tags: blogging, bumble, communication, dating, internet, internet dating, online dating, relationships, single I’ve long subscribed to this way of thinking. The one who, when he broke up with said train wreck, told me that he wanted to meet but wasn’t quite ready yet? Yes, I know, but I am apparently no longer the gal that didn’t give a shit what guys thought and knew that if a guy passed me up, that it was his loss and not mine. As neither of us ever unmatched the other on Bumble, we could both see that the other was still on there. Look at us proceeding at a normal (whatever that is) pace!