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Fancy my boss! Help

(221 Posts)
AdvicePlease1709 Mon 24-Feb-14 20:22:13

I have name changed as i really don't want to be outed. I work very closely with my boss and have a good working relationship.

Just recently though i find myself losing concentration in meetings because i am looking at him and bloody dreaming about him at night.

I feel like i am a teenager again and it is really affecting my work. It wouldn't be so bad if i didn't have to work with him nearly every hour of the day.

I am seriously considering looking for work elsewhere.

Sourpickles Mon 03-Mar-14 08:21:43

They're sharing scrambled eggs while discussing how to time their arrival at work for sure grin

Joysmum Mon 03-Mar-14 08:56:06

I'm waiting, and hoping, for a great update too.

fukkigucci Mon 03-Mar-14 12:54:33

I hope it went well OP!!

AdvicePlease1709 Mon 03-Mar-14 22:53:54

I am so sorry all it has been rather hectic.

Yesterday was lovely and yes he can certainly cook. I drank a lot so he set up the bloody spare bed for me so that I didn't feel uncomfortable and that he was happy to wait.

We woke up late for work so I went in and told them all he had a meeting which I think just about covered it.

I was a bit disappointed to be honest so I waited till everyone had left and told him I didn't fancy waiting.

Bogeyface Mon 03-Mar-14 23:00:15

What was his reaction?! grin

AmIatwat Mon 03-Mar-14 23:04:52

Well that's a feckin relief! Had everyone on tenterhooks you minx!

Visitingtethersend Mon 03-Mar-14 23:26:27

Yay. Yes what was his reaction grin

Jaynebxl Tue 04-Mar-14 07:36:02

Cliffhanger!

And?

grin

HoneyandRum Tue 04-Mar-14 08:23:24

How old is he and how old are you? [nosy]

AdvicePlease1709 Tue 04-Mar-14 20:21:15

Let's just say it beat my usual overtime smile

I'm 30 and he is 35 honey

Visitingtethersend Tue 04-Mar-14 21:06:45

Sounds like a good reaction then grin

Well chuffed for ya and that it's going well

AuntieBrenda Thu 06-Mar-14 19:28:43

How's it going OP?

Monetbyhimself Thu 06-Mar-14 19:30:29

Shall we buy hats ???? [ grin]

Bogeyface Thu 06-Mar-14 19:40:30

Monet

You mean you dont have a selection of hats and wedding outfits ready to go, like the queen? [common...sniff]

grin

AdvicePlease1709 Thu 06-Mar-14 22:12:16

All is going well thank you. He is still lovely and I'm coping surprisingly well with acting normally at work.

sadwidow28 Fri 07-Mar-14 01:33:26

I am loving this thread!

I would like to declare that I have an assortment of BIG hats for the MumsNetters. Choose a colour and you can probably have it.

OP, give me enough warning to get the hats loaded into a transit van. We want to look very good and proper when we turn out. grin

BitOutOfPractice Fri 07-Mar-14 08:02:13

<warm glow>

Monetbyhimself Fri 07-Mar-14 09:26:19

Sadwidow I'd like something in shocking pink with enough feathers and stuff to make the vicar sneeze grin

TheShimmeringPussycat Fri 07-Mar-14 20:40:34

<delurks> This thread has warmed the cockles of my...heart. smile

Visitingtethersend Mon 10-Mar-14 14:01:25

Hi Op

How's it going? All still going well I hope.

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