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Old 06-13-2016, 02:25 AM   #31
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My biggest fear about going back to uni is having a classmate saying "hey! I saw you on Tinder!"

And yet again I'm in a female dominated degree.

It could happen.

I really don't want it to.
I have colleagues on Tinder who are mildly paranoid about their students finding them.

I also have a colleague who had a fling with a student, but I guess anybody who's been employed at a university can tell that particular anecdote sooner or later.
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Warnie is one of the worst commentators of any sport ever. Excluding the occasional spin delivery, he is 100% worthless in the box and a total moron.
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I have colleagues on Tinder who are mildly paranoid about their students finding them.

I also have a colleague who had a fling with a student, but I guess anybody who's been employed at a university can tell that particular anecdote sooner or later.
back when i was on okcupid, i found someone who i recognised as being a french professor at where i did my undergrad. i blocked him bc while i didn't take french, all the foreign languages were in one building and you had to walk through the german section to get to the french section and with me also working in the department, i was afraid he'd know who i was. didn't even wanna risk the awkwardness.

(i don't have any tinder stories bc i've never used it, fortunately i suppose.)
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back when i was on okcupid, i found someone who i recognised as being a french professor at where i did my undergrad. i blocked him bc while i didn't take french, all the foreign languages were in one building and you had to walk through the german section to get to the french section and with me also working in the department, i was afraid he'd know who i was. didn't even wanna risk the awkwardness.

(i don't have any tinder stories bc i've never used it, fortunately i suppose.)
I know a couple of people who work here who found each other on ... some dating site, not sure which, but fortunately they are very good friends and just sent each other joking messages.

I'm sure some people would think it great to find one of their colleagues. But I can't imagine that ending up as anything but messy. The collapsed relationships of co-workers that I've witnessed have just led to awkwardness and difficulty for everybody.
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Great.

I'm dealing with a psycho.

A horny woman.

And a friend.

......I'd rather deal with the friend.

Just put the hood up on my hoodie. Like that hides me from my bloody phone.
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The collapsed relationships of co-workers that I've witnessed have just led to awkwardness and difficulty for everybody.
I had one of these. The co-worker left and ended up promoted and coming back.

I think the two of us were the only people who decided to be professional and just get work done when she came back.
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I found my old boss on Tinder. That was when I worked out how to uninstall Android apps inside five seconds.
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Okay horny woman not so crazy.

Friend still all good (but madly crushing on).

Psycho I would be happy to never see again - shame I went out with her for so long.

Could have some interesting lunches in the next few months lol. If nothing else, any audiences - bring popcorn.
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Seriously it's fucking hard to get the views up in here.


Uh....anal?
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Well I didn't really expect that to work.

Ummm....snapchat?

No. This site demographic is way too off for that.
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