My boss made me do something terrible...
Black eyed peas rock

Vienna, WV

#283 Jun 19, 2013
Yez watz goin on wit ur liffe sweetcheeks
Darcy

Hurricane, WV

#284 Jun 20, 2013
Love thy neighbor wrote:
No updates, I guess her boss told her to keep her mouth shut.
I'd like to see updates also.
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people like you

Hurricane, WV

#286 Jun 20, 2013
I am not going to read the other 251 comments, I just want to say this.

He did not force you. That is a terrible way to put it.

People like yo would rather lie than tell the truth about your mistakes.

It's people like you that make it hard for people who really were sexually assaulted to be taken seriously.

Shame on you for that alone.

If you decide to tell your husband then good on you, but if you tell people you were forced when you offered then I truly hope your husband leaves you, you get fired and sued. You would deserve it.

Your boss may have been wrong for accepting your offer and definitely for blackmailing you but you far surpassed that with your saying he forced you. You could have walked away. You chose not to. You still can walk away.

Be a woman and not a coward. Own your mistakes.

Best of luck to you.
Sherm

Saint Louis, MO

#287 Jun 20, 2013
She swollowed it,yeaaaaaaaa!!!
For real

United States

#288 Jun 20, 2013
Are they hiring?
pistol annie

Huntington, WV

#289 Jun 20, 2013
Woman who made mistake wrote:
A few weeks ago my supervisor called me into his office and told me he was cutting back and needed to let me go. In a moment of lunacy, I offered him oral if he kept me employed. He sat there for a minute just looking at me and said "ok". I told him I really did not want to do it, but he insisted. At that point I was very scared and went ahead and did it since he was making me.
Now he wants more and is telling me he is going to anonymously tell my husband if I do not do it more often. He made me do this but I do not think my husband will understand. I do not know what to do now. I am ready to quit my job because of this. It is not right. Can someone tell me how to let my husband know I was forced to do this?
k. 13 pages is too much bs to read on this subject. i think your a ho & now ur wanting a free pass from ur hubby so u dont have to worry about the unkown_if he's gonna divorce & leave u or not.

aside from that. if u really care about him? DO NOT TELL HIM. PERIOD.

telling him is selfish. u commited an act that will devistate him. telling him u did that will only make him suffer the pain. it is ur cross to bear not his. u should feel guilty.... ur a loser wife.

as far as the boss? tape it. tell him no. let him fire you. collect unemployment.

as far as ur husband? deny...deny...deny. minimize the damage u have caused.
Faithfool

United States

#290 Jun 20, 2013
pistol annie wrote:
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k. 13 pages is too much bs to read on this subject. i think your a ho & now ur wanting a free pass from ur hubby so u dont have to worry about the unkown_if he's gonna divorce & leave u or not.
aside from that. if u really care about him? DO NOT TELL HIM. PERIOD.
telling him is selfish. u commited an act that will devistate him. telling him u did that will only make him suffer the pain. it is ur cross to bear not his. u should feel guilty.... ur a loser wife.
as far as the boss? tape it. tell him no. let him fire you. collect unemployment.
as far as ur husband? deny...deny...deny. minimize the damage u have caused.
As a husband, I strongly disagree with your advice about not telling. He deserves the truth. It's his decision whether he wants to continue a 1/2 monogamous relationship. She changed the nature of their relationship (whether temporarily or permanently) and he is entitled to decide whether to accept the new terms and/or whether he can believe that it was a mistake rather than a permanent character flaw..
pistol annie

Huntington, WV

#291 Jun 20, 2013
Faithfool wrote:
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As a husband, I strongly disagree with your advice about not telling. He deserves the truth. It's his decision whether he wants to continue a 1/2 monogamous relationship. She changed the nature of their relationship (whether temporarily or permanently) and he is entitled to decide whether to accept the new terms and/or whether he can believe that it was a mistake rather than a permanent character flaw..
"faithfool"... lol. i like that... rather witty ;)
too each their own. maybe u r rite. so what if she is honest & tells him. assume they have a family together & he is willing to try his best to get past it & forgive her cuz he loves her JUST THAT MUCH.
now... once the cat is out the bag (so to speak)... then at that point who is the one really hurting?? the victim. cuz it wont b her, unless u make her life miserable for doing it. which results in a breakup anyway.

i just dont know. its not rocket science. cheat on ur husband & give ur boss head to "keep ur job"????... i call bs. she's a cheater. always gonna b a cheater.

& the husband (or any husbands out there for that matter) need to follow their intuition.... u dont need sumone telling u (ie. ur wife) what ur gut has been tellin u the whole time.

i culd b wrong tho.
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Woman who made mistake

Montréal, Canada

#293 Jun 20, 2013
We are still trying to work things out. It has been so hard on me the last week. We had a great fathers day. Funny thing is, he wanted to go to my favorite eatery.

He is afraid when I find another job that I will be put into another situation like this again. I promised him I will not hurt him again but he would rather me stay home with our children.

I am glad he did not let this stand in the way of our future. I am a lucky gal. He is supposed to take me away this weekend. He even sent me flowers yesterday. Something he only did 3 times last year. Hopefully this will make our marriage better. It was not bad, I just did not like the thought of losing my job and not having money to shop and buy things for our family.

I think everything is going to be ok although he is still asking me questions. I wish he would stop. All he is doing it hanging on to a accidental mistake.
Woman who made mistake

Montréal, Canada

#294 Jun 20, 2013
I am not trying to minimize what my manager did in any way, I just want my husband to stop living this memory over and over. He is only torturing himself by asking so many details.
Zaphod

Chesapeake, OH

#295 Jun 20, 2013
Woman who made mistake wrote:
We are still trying to work things out. It has been so hard on me the last week. We had a great fathers day. Funny thing is, he wanted to go to my favorite eatery.

He is afraid when I find another job that I will be put into another situation like this again. I promised him I will not hurt him again but he would rather me stay home with our children.

I am glad he did not let this stand in the way of our future. I am a lucky gal. He is supposed to take me away this weekend. He even sent me flowers yesterday. Something he only did 3 times last year. Hopefully this will make our marriage better. It was not bad, I just did not like the thought of losing my job and not having money to shop and buy things for our family.

I think everything is going to be ok although he is still asking me questions. I wish he would stop. All he is doing it hanging on to a accidental mistake.
You accidentally blew your boss?
OOPs

Huntington, WV

#296 Jun 20, 2013
Only in wild n wonderful West Virginia
pistol annie

Huntington, WV

#297 Jun 20, 2013
Woman who made mistake wrote:
I am not trying to minimize what my manager did in any way, I just want my husband to stop living this memory over and over. He is only torturing himself by asking so many details.
its ur own dang fault:

1. fact: u gave ur boss head.

2. fact: u told ur husband.

the rest is history. he's either gonna dump u, will cheat on u (cuz u gave him a get out of jail free card), or has already cheated on u which makes it easy for him to understand & choose to work things out instead of splittin.

like i said. its not rocket science.
Sherm

Saint Louis, MO

#298 Jun 20, 2013
Woman who made mistake wrote:
I am not trying to minimize what my manager did in any way, I just want my husband to stop living this memory over and over. He is only torturing himself by asking so many details.
Just tell him,might be a turn on!
outta touch

Vienna, WV

#299 Jun 20, 2013
Woman who made mistake wrote:
I am not trying to minimize what my manager did in any way, I just want my husband to stop living this memory over and over. He is only torturing himself by asking so many details.
Lady, you're completely in another realm. You can't see that this is YOUR fault. You want him to stop asking because YOU are uncomfortable.
Patroller

Tempe, AZ

#300 Jun 20, 2013
Woman who made mistake wrote:
A few weeks ago my supervisor called me into his office and told me he was cutting back and needed to let me go. In a moment of lunacy, I offered him oral if he kept me employed. He sat there for a minute just looking at me and said "ok". I told him I really did not want to do it, but he insisted. At that point I was very scared and went ahead and did it since he was making me.
Now he wants more and is telling me he is going to anonymously tell my husband if I do not do it more often. He made me do this but I do not think my husband will understand. I do not know what to do now. I am ready to quit my job because of this. It is not right. Can someone tell me how to let my husband know I was forced to do this?
I hope this whole thing is fake. If not, you gotta lot of nerve coming on here giving your little "updates" and such. You sound like a conceited, spoiled, egotistical, snobby, brat!
Sherm

Saint Louis, MO

#301 Jun 20, 2013
Patroller wrote:
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I hope this whole thing is fake. If not, you gotta lot of nerve coming on here giving your little "updates" and such. You sound like a conceited, spoiled, egotistical, snobby, brat!
That likes C*^@ in your mouth
bedazzled Princess

Saint Albans, WV

#302 Jun 20, 2013
Woman who made mistake wrote:
We are still trying to work things out. It has been so hard on me the last week. We had a great fathers day. Funny thing is, he wanted to go to my favorite eatery.
He is afraid when I find another job that I will be put into another situation like this again. I promised him I will not hurt him again but he would rather me stay home with our children.
I am glad he did not let this stand in the way of our future. I am a lucky gal. He is supposed to take me away this weekend. He even sent me flowers yesterday. Something he only did 3 times last year. Hopefully this will make our marriage better. It was not bad, I just did not like the thought of losing my job and not having money to shop and buy things for our family.
I think everything is going to be ok although he is still asking me questions. I wish he would stop. All he is doing it hanging on to a accidental mistake.
Please, go away. Seriously.

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#303 Jun 20, 2013
I do appreciate a good troll. Bravo!!
thirtyyearmortga ge

Chicago, IL

#304 Jun 20, 2013
Mentalvoyeur wrote:
I do appreciate a good troll. Bravo!!
Yep.

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