Geez, give me a break, I didn't look into her cleavage. Should I tell her to get serious and not do that? Yes I can tell, yes I know and no I don't do it on purpose. Being a bit of a busty girl myself, I can always tell when a guy is looking - and I barely show anything. It contains everything a good friend would provide: honesty, insight, female camaraderie, and a lot of laughs. His stomach was on my desk, and it was sort of. I can relate a lot of times when I was looking in a direction, a women comes right in front of what I was looking and gets angry for no reason.
I think women, for the most part, know that a guy is checking them out. I guess what I am trying to justify is another try at it, I know I know I am a dog but the body wants what the body wants. She was right in front of me and guess where I seemed to be looking. But if it's just a glace, whatever. It kind of pisses me off that she teases and I feel she is just out to get her kicks or is she? Camera footage of women taking pictures with their cellphones, licking their lips, etc. She tries to be miss goody but I knew her when she was a fun girls. I'm chill with you checking me out, as long as I'm legal and you're not getting rapey vibes all over my desk.
I don't wear super low cut shirts, but I have some shirts that show some cleavage. I can't say for sure what is on her mind. Beside the obvious fact that I am looking into cheating please save the sermon for church I'll deal with that on sunday, what do you think is on her mind? Everyone looks at boobs down a shirt. I mean, I like boobs too, I understand it, even if I try to avoid partaking of the cleavage inspecting, just because for me it feels overly voyeuristic. Although I think there are times when they don't intend it. Being caught off guard, I knew I turned red and immediately looked away.
If they're wearing low cut shirts, they know what they're doing, but one time I was at the dry cleaners and the girl working there was leaning over the counter to fill out my ticket and I just happened to look down and I could see all the way down her shirt and she wasn't wearing a bra, and I could see everything. I look at other girls boobs down their shirts. Is your bikini bridge the Verrazano? It is natural to look at other people. Her mind was probably not intentionally trying to tease you, she could just feel comfortable around u. I was in the elevator too and got intimidated by her and looked down trying to avoid talking with her. It is a long story but, she knows I had the hots for her a long time ago. But I wouldn't jump to a conclusion just yet, wait it out a little bit and see if it continues.
In her latest collection of essays, she turns her attention to subjects like bondage which she notes now seems to come in fifty shades of grey and has been renamed Spanx. I had an incident once with a coworker that rushed in the elevator. It's not like I could tell her I wasn't trying to purposely look down her shirt, because I wasn't really trying to, I just happened to look down. I don't believe in accidents especially with her. Maybe she just is feeling fat or something and wants her sexiness reassured. Most of those shirts are cut for neckline reasons and are flattering, we don't do it so men will look down our shirts, contrary to popular belief. I am sick of all the creepy and sometimes abusive women accusing me for nothing.
I was not particularly well-endowed, but was wearing one of my comfy low-cut dresses. Did I mentioned we are both married. When it goes beyond obsession and they don't care; and leering in your face happens then pass your judgement on that individual. Girls are obsessed with people looking down their shirts. They do and it's been proven.
Her gift is one of connection and her work is relatable and true. Oh, boy, do you have another thing coming. I knew she didn't mean for that to happen. I generally wouldn't get offended or upset unless you're staring because that creepy and rude. Another time I was accused of looking at her behind when I was trying to avoid having to do anything with her.
She all of the sudden got silent. She got very mad at me when I flirted with her so I ignored her. . The only time it's really bothered me was when I was a freshman in high school and the former resource officer, current criminology teacher was talking to my health class about why drinking will kill us all dead. Not all men are the same nor are all women.
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