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30 Jan 2004

i wanna punch the office flirt!

I am a PA at attorneys. We all get along very well. But a new girl started working here. She is 23 and very pretty.

We notice that she tries to seduce the males on purpose. She has a perfect body and she knows it. She always wears white tight fitting tops without underwear and obviously the guys can't stop staring. At the beginning it was fine, I mean if you are beautiful, why hide it?

But this girl is more than just showing off. When we have our weekly social, she always try to get the men's attention by doing strange messing alcohol on her top so that she can wipe it with a wet cloth and EVERYTHING can be seen, or if she isn't the centre of attention in a conversation, she will stroke her breasts in a seductive way...IN FRONT OF EVERYBODY!

My reason for being so upset with all this is that one of my male colleagues and a very good friend who is married for 6 months is her target. She won't stop until she's got him.

Once we were all having lunch (just the ladies) and she said that she won't mind making mad love with L*ke!

please advise, can i do anything???
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01 Jan 0001

What a poor, silly little girl she is, isn't she ? Just a pair of perfect breasts, in front of an empty girl who hasn't got round to being a woman, and who is acting as if those breasts are all she has going for her ( and maybe she's right ). Unless she has the courage to change and become a real and comprehensive woman, she'll use those breasts to get ahead ( without getting a Head ). And then, as gravity has its way, and she starts to droop and fade, she'll find she has nothing else.
If this male colleague who seems to be her colleague, is such a good friend, why not have a quiet word with him, saying people are talking about the way she seems determined to damage his mariage, and she's talking about it herself, and what do he and the other men think about Ms Breasts of 2004 ?
But don't let yourself get so darned wound-up about it. Nobody with any sense will fall for her tactics, and if they do, they deserve the consequences --- she's not going to end up as MD of the company.
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