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that bad? hes not much older and wasnt even my boss when he asked me out. 

Sitchiba Sitchiba
2 Responses Feb 23, 2010

Whatever works. If you all break up you probably wont have a job, but maybe you are soul mates so who knows.

It often doesn’t work out; that’s why it is frowned upon by many people. It can put both people in awkward positions with the other employees. If you’ve ever worked where there was favoritism, you’ll understand. If things don’t work out, your professional relationship with your boss could also become awkward. <br />
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I fell in love with someone who worked with me, took my time, and thought about it. I decided that I would resign and ask her out. The very day that I was ready to make my moves, she announced that she was entering a relationship with someone else. So, I didn’t have to worry about it any more. <br />
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I think the only time I’ve seen boss-employee relationships work was when a husband and wife started a business together. <br />
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If you already have enough drama and hardship in your life, you may wish to reconsider your choice.<br />
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This reminds me a little of George Costanza…<br />
www dot youtube dot com/watch?v=-RvNS7JfcMM