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Should I Be Friends With My Boss?

My boss is dangerously hot (He owns the company) I'm married. We kind of like to be just friends (No strings attached) do you think its okay?

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and quickly for that matter

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It's a matter of choice , you are not his enemy ,you are his friend right from time.Too much intimacy with a male boss is not adviceable for the sake of you home.Anyway ! you know more than we do, but be fearful to yourself and God.Friendship is a matter of choice

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so . . . . . . you've already gotten all ur answers

care to share??

zignorr my man . . . . . . you were right

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as long as you know your LIMITS

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If you think this guy's dangerously hot, chances are, behind close doors, u'd feel cold and want some of the 'heat'. Ask urself if as a single girl you thought any of your male friends was 'dangerously hot' and how you handled that particular person

For even posting this, you have already confirmed you have mixed feelings-ur not sure if u;d handle it this time- so my advice is quit the relationship-and-if possible-the job. Any contacts with this guy is dangerous for your marriage

And if I may ask, does your husband work?, or do you provide for the house. I ask that because a man would normally frown at such relationships except they had no choices (for instance where such relationships bring food 2d table- I remember u mentioned he needs u2 keep the 'connections')

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I strongly believe this has more to do than just friendship.

But wait a minute, am beginning to consider what zignor said; she might be a guy after all

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any way always carry a condom on u ooo because stuff may happen

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@ Blackcat: Hmmm, there's a lot you're not telling us here. Platonic relationship, between yourself and your boss? On who's terms?

The fact you're actually asking for advice on here, would suggest you feel there's more to your relationship with your boss. Why stress the fact that he's hot, and you're married? If it was purely on a platonic level, you wouldn't mention the above, indeed, you wouldn't be on here, asking for advice. When relationships are innocent, with no strings attached, there's no guilt. And honestly, there's guilt in your postings, reading between the lines.

Has your boss asked you to take things to a less than honourable level, or do you feel you'd like to?

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women are selfish they make frnds wit u for personal gains, and if ur boss is being ur ``friend`` because he wants to f uck u, u `ll say he`s evil why not try work towards wht u want and get wht u merit

if i were ur hubby, i`ll frown totally at such r/ship

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i have misgivings as to whether your husband knows the XYZ of the matter. . . . only surface material

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That's ok but like I said earlier, don't go to the extreme; just make it a hello hello and nothing more; that's the best way to handle such kinds of friendship.

Goodluck!

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My husband is white, I am black

My boss is married(I guess), I am married

My boss is white, I am black

We both agreed to contact each other only when help is needed or to say just hello by e-mail only. No phone calls.

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If both of you aren't in the same country then it's ok to be friends; but do go to the exreme I.e calling him during weekends or sending him friendship mails. That would take that friendship to another level no doubt.

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What do I explain? I told my husband, I would like to exchange e-mails with my boss and become friends in order to help my chances of changing my department easily and if it gets to my boss asking for more than been friends like sex, I would quit and my husband understood. My boss doesn't work in the same building, infact not even in the same country. I don't think it will really lead to much,

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Explaining the whole situation to your husband would only make him jealous; just keep everything to yourself and try as much as possible to break up that friendship between you and your boss; it's for your own good and for the good of your marriage.

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My dear you're playing with fire; what makes you think that boss of yours wants to be just friends.

You're a married woman so respect your marital vows and be faithful to your husband bringing a male companion into your life at a time like isn't advisable; it would only wreck you and your marriage.

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not in the exact words but yes

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I think, get a crip of your sences girl. Fix up, look sharp.

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