Their ice cream was better than Coldstone anyway.” via GIPHY “She was my boss. And to answer your next question; Yes, she’s still the boss.” “I’m in a relationship with someone from the same small (90 employee) company.
We do not work in same department, but see each other many times a day in passing.
Here are 19 stories that prove literally anything can happen, from fist fights to childbirth. It was always assumed by waitstaff that he was my father, and when they found out he was my date they would look at me knowingly and judgmentally, as if I were after his money (which I never was).” “I met my current SO at the office.
I called her a b—- and then she left.” via GIPHY “We’ve been together for 24 years in December and are celebrating our 19th wedding anniversary in October. After all this time, I’m still crazy in love with her, and I can’t imagine what life would be like without her in it.” “I dated a girl I worked with at Coldstone Creamery.
I was a new hire, she had been there a couple years.
We chatted a bunch, due to our respective responsibilities. I worked in different departments from both of them.
I decided to be ‘funny’ and send her a link to a humorous website (mullet.com), thinking she would get a laugh out of it. She proceeds to send me the nastiest email, I ever received. The shared workplace had nothing to do with either breakup, although it may have prolonged my first relationship.