Hi, We’ve met once and we probably said hi or good morning as you come in to the building a few times and I always had the feeling to start a conversation with you but you are always busy or with someone else performing your professional duties and I just don’t want to be rude or intrude. A few days ago you were talking to **** and I had a chance to be in front of you and I think I was drawn to your eyes and I could not stop looking at you. I don’t mean to be creepy or rude and I wish I could have said something to you in person in a very polite way, but like I said you act very professional and I don’t want to be intrusive, but all this time I have been meaning to get closer, the sad thing about this is that I am no longer on dayshift and maybe I won’t be here for much longer so I thought I get a chance to just say hi and tell you that you have a very nice smile and a soft stare.
Have a wonderful weekend,
PS. I hope I’m not violating work rules and if I am please ignore my thoughts and feelings.
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“Let me see if I have this straight. You have to replace one of the most beloved liberals in the history of the senate, with a candidate that believes Curt Schilling is a Yankee fan, because if this lady loses, the health care reform bill, that the beloved late senator considered his legacy, will die. And the reason it will die, is because if Coakley loses, democrats will then only have an 18 vote majority in the senate, which is more than George W. Bush ever had in the senate when he did whatever the fuck he wanted to do.”—Jon Stewart (via soupsoup)