Lust Begets Flirtation

If you read my "Put Your Eyes Back in Your Head" story, this is part 2 of that story.

There is this older gentleman at work who recently made it somewhat obvious that he is attracted to me. It all started with the dress incident. I know he checked me out and I think he saw me check out his ***. Well since that day I flirted lightly with him just for kicks. But these days he is very happy to see me.

Whereas before he was friendly and helpful but I was in the help queue, now he is extremely helpful and friendly and my work needs get bumped to the front of the line. He has been winking at me in formal meetings. And in informal meetings, he gives me these leering looks. He wants a taste of my goody basket. That's not going to happen. Don't get me wrong, I find him attractive but flirting is the furthest this can go.

I'm not going to stop flirting with him. It gets me what I need at work in the shortest time possible. Plus, it's fun! I'll let you know what happens next. Stay tuned...

GuavaberryKisses GuavaberryKisses
31-35, F
4 Responses Feb 10, 2012

It's people like you who give women a bad reputation. I hope you end up old and ugly, and actually have to use your wits, not just your ****, to get ahead in the world.

I wanted to follow up on this story. So the older gentleman continues to flirt with me. But he came in one day with what looked like a cold sore on his lip. Attraction over. But, it, was good while it lasted. Thanks for reading...

any news???

There may be a price to pay if he realizes what's going on. If he's your supervisor, be careful. But, if it's getting you what you want, have at it, as long as you don't mind placing yourself in the category of being a p...k teaser.

Not my supervisor, that's first. Second, i'm not concerned about being categorized. A good flirt knows how to do it without the other party ever being 100% certain if it was true flirtation. After all, it's a dance of subtleties...

Good rationalization !