Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by walker, 12 Oct 2007.
.... In an adults magazine???
In school a teacher (female) had supposedly posed naked in a porno mag...never seen it though...
I suppose it all depends what the day job is and what is happening in the magazine. Let's have a few more details.
well she works in recruitment and its a top shelf magazine. fill in the details with your imagination Paddy
Well, if she recruits people for massage parlours and pole dancing clubs, then there's no problem.
Be very careful! If you start any kind of rumour you don't know how the organization will react and you also don't know how colleagues will either...it's a minefield!
ha ha, I'd never get any work done if I had to watch them walk through the doors everyday.
She's entitled to strip off and be photographed if she wants to. I would have no problem doing the same and neither would my Mrs....the problem is not in her mind it's in yours.
Ahem........a lot depends the nature of the publication and the photographs. If Walker has found his colleague in his copy of "Animal Lover"............
i was in Euston station one day (WH Smiths) & looked up to see my Nephews new wife on the front cover of Mayfair!!!She was the centre spread aswell ,I always found it hard to look at her the same after that.The Marriage was short lived as she was a lap dancer as well,& as soon as she met someone with some dosh she was off!
some assumptions there methinks btfb....
My recommendation is to make very, very, very subtle jokes/comments that only that colleague in particular will get, just to let them know you've seen it but are ok with it but that no-one else will know.
...point taken ...erm...but he did say 'top shelf' and not 'under the counter'
Such as, "If you sleep with me tonight, I won't tell the boss that you're in "Gangbang Monthly."
yeah, about that level of subtlety.
Ask her "Do the staples hurt?"
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