Tipsy rant

pamba

Village Sponsor
#42
Married people are a no go ma'am Just don't spoil another womans man.If you are one hot lass then he might decide to sample you...don't do it. You can always find other men who fit your likes out here...keep your feelings to yourself.
Fisi kamili tunakuona @ jergen kuja inbox nikupe uhondo.
 

Delus

Village Elder
#44
You know there is no future between the two of you already.. But this goes to show women are their own worst enemies.. The probability of you getn shaged by this guy incase you went to naivasha for those training seminars is 99.9% ... Alafu iwe wat happnz in naivasha stays in naivasha.. Tunawajua.. Kunguru nyie.
Hekay hekaya
 
#48
I can't say this anywhere else and so let me vent here where anonymity is afforded to me.
Something happened at my workplace and we had to backdate participation in departments we'd gone through in the past 6 months. (Ka hujaelewa, well..).
So, I worked with a man who I unintentionally found very attractive. He's brilliant and so humble about it. He was one of my bosses and married. I was there for 3 weeks and I avoided any encounter with him, successfully.
Now, i'm back there. I'm working with him on a daily basis. I have to stand there in front of him, next to him. Most of the time he directs questions, advice and much needed knowledge my way and I avoid looking him in the eye. ( can never look someone i'm attracted to in the eye- one of my weaknesses).
Anyway, shida ni, i'm disgusted at myself for feeling such a pull to a married man, so I somehow end up being standoffish and aloof to him. Which is good. At first he was really talkative and friendly, now he's all business. Which helps me keep my shit. 2 more weeks around this man and counting... then it'll be over.
He knows. We smell that awkwardness very fast. Its just a matter of poking into it, then we know if we have a shot
 

Jergen

Village Elder
#50
You know there is no future between the two of you already.. But this goes to show women are their own worst enemies.. The probability of you getn shaged by this guy incase you went to naivasha for those training seminars is 99.9% ... Alafu iwe wat happnz in naivasha stays in naivasha.. Tunawajua.. Kunguru nyie.
Actually, hakuna kitu unajua. Nishasema i'm here for 2 more weeks pekee, and we shall never cross paths career-wise, unless by chance. My kind of work does not involve naivasha or such trips, so...
 

Jergen

Village Elder
#51
Keep holding out. Don't mix business with pleasure. If you let him know, and then he rejects you, it will be very akward to go to work close to him everyday. Went through something similar.
I will never let him know.. my feelings are none of his business.
 
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Miss Finest Wine

Guest
#55
He wouldn't dare.. if only you saw the bitch face I carry around him :D:D:D.. hawezi
No Darling @Jergen. He can read you. Trust me on this one. Been in the same situation yawa and this for me is a first. Never fancied a white boy despite living with them all my adult life. Boardroom meetings are hard as he keeps asking for my opinions, says hie to me like 5 times a day, stares at me, puts 121 catch ups in our diaries yet he proceeds to take ownership of the tasks and overlaps....weee ameacha sasa kidogo but we had a candid convor. I cannot still sit opposite him as much as he tries to hotdesk around me. But he is not married. I just knew it was a non starter. I hear you.

Kush hush here. Do not comment.
 
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Okwonkwo

Village Chief
#58
I can't say this anywhere else and so let me vent here where anonymity is afforded to me.
Something happened at my workplace and we had to backdate participation in departments we'd gone through in the past 6 months. (Ka hujaelewa, well..).
So, I worked with a man who I unintentionally found very attractive. He's brilliant and so humble about it. He was one of my bosses and married. I was there for 3 weeks and I avoided any encounter with him, successfully.
Now, i'm back there. I'm working with him on a daily basis. I have to stand there in front of him, next to him. Most of the time he directs questions, advice and much needed knowledge my way and I avoid looking him in the eye. ( can never look someone i'm attracted to in the eye- one of my weaknesses).
Anyway, shida ni, i'm disgusted at myself for feeling such a pull to a married man, so I somehow end up being standoffish and aloof to him. Which is good. At first he was really talkative and friendly, now he's all business. Which helps me keep my shit. 2 more weeks around this man and counting... then it'll be over.
No, it won't be over. The guy has probably noticed you as well but is playing safe. Trust me, utashukisha bendera very soon.
 

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