Doing the deed with an authoritative figure is so liberating! I've done it with a teacher back in college, and with an detached aunt that was a real bitch to everyone just because she was an "older relative". Most recently with my boss. It is so good to have these little "secrets" with people who others have this "authority respect" for.
I'm an 18 yo female. my dad and stepmom never let me date or go to social events in high school. I worked part time my senior year and saved most. after graduation, I started working full time and a lot of overtime so I could move out. I have been sharing an apartment with an older girl the last 3 months. she showed me the tender app and it is fucking great. met a lot of dudes including older guys who taught me so much about sex. I've tried stuff I didn't know about. older guys are the best. they buy me nice things, take me to cool places. I cut back and only work part time cause they take care of me
I was gonna prep for this conference which was pretty prestigious. And it was my first one too and I'm still an undergrad. But I decided to opt out of it just because of my health. I know it's a waste of my opportunity but idk why, for the first time of my life, I've never been so much happier giving something up for the sake of my own health. Well maybe because this time my actual physical health was affected. But if I have done the same in the past. If I have set aside the research opportunities I applied to that I got into for the sake of my mental health, I think I would've been so much happier then and would be more ready in the future. But giving something so prestige over my health makes me understand that prestige means nothing over something precious which is my life. I felt human for the first time tbh.
I masterbated again at work today, this time in a supply closet. again, I dont know why these urges have started coming up. there's nothing that really sets me off. it's just a steady build all day, until I can't help but release it....
I masturbated myself at work today. I couldn't help it. idk what come over me. I've never been that wet before
I (F/19) got payed to strip for a birthday Party. When i came in, there were only boys about 14-16. I laught it of and wanted to leave, but they told me i already got the money and if i leave their going to sue me. So after i got my Drink i started to feel dizzy and passed out. When i woke up i was completly tied up and my ass was in the Air. For about an hour i was raped by those 7 Kids again and again but at the end i kinda enjoyed it.
A friend from work introduced me to his brother, and now some time later we're dating. Well today at work I was confused because I kept catching whiffs of my boyfriend's scent. Then I realized it was his brother that I kept smelling. DUH. It hadn't occurred to me that they'd smell similar since they're genetically almost identical. I'm embarrassed that his scent triggered feelings for my boyfriend.
Some of my coworkers get annoyed when I have their register while they're on break or lunch and I don't face the money. Having all the bills turned the same way looks nice, I just don't give a crap. I know what a $1 bill looks like no matter which way it's turned. Customers, as far as I've seen, don't care if the money is all faced the same way. As long as they get their stuff and the right amount of change in a fairly quick time, they're happy. I've had customers compliment me more than once on how neatly I bag their stuff and putting their bags in the cart for them, but not once has anyone complimented me for handing them bills faced the same way. No one has complained about the bills not being faced. The cash recycler machine doesn't dispense bills that are faced either. When you turn in a till, it doesn't matter if the bills are faced. None if my managers have coached me on facing my bills. If the machine and my managers don't mind bills turned all different ways, I don't either. I can be fast or I can have a perfect looking drawer, but not both.
I have a guilty conscious. I worked at a customer service center, and the department I worked in for a long time transferred to another customer service center, and had to leave the program three months ago. The location I worked, tried to put me in another department, but it wasn't a fit for me, so I left. I tried to work doing something else, but I am used to customer service. I applied to the location, where the department I worked at relocated. They called me right away. I told them immediately that I used to work at a program that relocated there. They were fine with that and put me back in that program. I am training in my program, that I have worked in for over two years. My class doesn't know it because I still have to be trained by the company's standards. I don't know if my trainer knows or not. One of the people who is directly from the program didn't remember me right away, but I remembered her. I reminded her, and then she remembered me. I told her while the class and the trainer was in the room. The trainer walked in as I was leaving, and the trainer asked me if there was any thing wrong. I said no, that I was talking to the manager from the program about the company, and left. I didn't want to say anymore. The trainer may know or she may not know, but what matters is that those that hired me knew. The guilt that I have, is that I have an advantage in my training class. I feel that it is the hiring department's job to tell the trainer about my experience in the program. I almost wanted to tell her, but kept my mouth shut. I had to tell the program manager, because there may be an document or information with my name on it in past records. My name is an unusual name, so questions may be raised. I felt I told the right people (the hiring department, and the program manager). So, I am going to continue the training, as requested by the company. Whoever reads this, what is your opinion? Would you feel guilty? Would you have told the training class that you already worked in a department, or would you just sit back, get retrained and not let anyone know your previous experience?
I wish it was mandatory for people to work in retail or customer service at least once in life. Maybe something like a mandatory internship in school. Since I worked in that field, I see everyone providing any kind of service for me with such different eyes, and I've never been the kind to blame the cashier for the prices - unlike some assholes.