Love can blossom anywhere, and sometimes Cupid’s arrow arrives from the cubicle next door. If you are hopelessly attracted to your coworker, or your boss, use these simple tips to make sure your love never dies.
Hit on every coworker you find attractive until you find a taker. The world rewards those who never give up.
Let your coworkers in on the fun every time you have a fight. The people you work with will be thrilled to know all the details, so don’t be afraid to fight with your lover at the office.
Take your affair public as soon as possible. Be sure to update your Facebook profile to reflect your new romance. The more people who know about your fun adventures the better.
Use your relationship to your advantage every chance you get, especially if you are dating the boss. Your coworkers will be thrilled when the boss takes your side.
Be sure to “accidentally” forward those steamy love notes to your colleagues and coworkers. After all, email is your friend.
Get as drunk as possible at every office function you attend. The alcohol will loosen you up and make your office romance that much more exciting.
Make sure you have lunch with your office partner every day, and always make sure you go alone. You want to give everyone back at the office plenty to talk about.
Ignore what the HR manual says about dating at work. The folks in human resources were bored the day they created that policy, and anyway it does not apply to you.
Kiss and hug your love interest at every opportunity. Your coworkers will be thrilled with these public displays of affection.
Don’t worry about keeping your resume updated. Nothing could ever go wrong with an office romance. If you are still thinking about have an office romance, you might want to check your sense of humor and satire detector first.
In all honesty, having an affair at the office is fraught with peril, and a bad breakup could cost you not only your love interest but your job as well. If you have a dream job lined up elsewhere, you might want to give office romance a pass. If not, it is probably best to keep your professional and personal lives separate.