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Author Topic: Punting discretion-work colleagues gossiping  (Read 4694 times)

Offline Dime

One of my colleagues (a fellow punter) told me tonight that other people at work are talking about me; the fact that I punt. Last week I went out with 2 colleagues and I stupidly said something when I was drunk about me visiting prossies. My fault totally, I hold my hands up.
My punting colleague said they asked him if he'd  heard that I'd visited A prostitute, as in only one prossie. He obviously knows I'm a regular punter like him and asked them to keep their mouths shut from now on, as I could lose my job if the boss ever hears about it.I totally understand I was a complete idiot telling them, but am terrified the worst is going to come to the worst and the boss will find out. Advice- denial etc?
« Last Edit: June 13, 2016, 01:38:23 AM by Dime »

Offline hexohm

Depends on your job what the outcome of your boss finding out would be. 90% of the time its none of their business and your not in breach of any code of conduct.

With regards to your collleagues, if they mention it just laugh it off, claim a stag do or something. No need to give personal details about yourself to anyone as to why or how often you see prostitutes.

Depends on your job what the outcome of your boss finding out would be. 90% of the time its none of their business and your not in breach of any code of conduct.

With regards to your collleagues, if they mention it just laugh it off, claim a stag do or something. No need to give personal details about yourself to anyone as to why or how often you see prostitutes.

Whoops. That's a bit of a boo boo. Seeing as you were drunk when you told them continue the drunk theme and say it was a one off.

Offline Donnie69

If anyone asks just deny.  Never confirm it'll come back to haunt you.  Say you were drunk and just joking.

I told someone about punting when drunk once.  The next week I got quizzed, and I stupidly admitted to my hobby.  It was the worse thing to ever do.  I should've denied fully.  Certain people would bring it up years later. 

I never got sacked, but I got out of the job.  I think the bosses were a bit scared of me getting revenge if I got sacked.

Offline RedKettle

Your mate might have made things worse if when telling them to keep quiet he actually confirmed that you punt!!!

Perhaps he could go back to them and say he has discussed with you and it was a misunderstanding, you were drunk and ended up in bed with a girl who you called a slapper!?

As others have said - deny, deny and then deny again.

Offline will-ow

I did something similar a while ago. A work colleague was the one to asked me about it but I laughed and commented how they actually believed me  (as I have said some rediculous things whilst drunk)

Can they sack you for being a punter?

If i were you i'd claim it was a one off, but go with the "high class" prozzy thing. Most non punters think prozzies are those bag heads you see on the side of the road at 11pm sniffing glue from a paper bag.

Other than that you could make it into a funny story about something that happened years ago on a holiday with the lads or a stag do.

Goes to show why you should be super careful about telling anyone, even close friends or confirmed fellow punters about your hobby.

I think that for all but the very few (e.g. Hells Angels and those who don't give a fuck about almost anything) the golden rule is DON'T TELL ANYONE ... EVER!!! Too late for the OP but it might help the penny drop for one or two readers of this thread.

Offline irwell

Say you picked a girl up, had sex and gave her money for her taxi home. It cost you £20/£30 (or whatever) so you felt it was just the same as being with an escort

Offline mrhappypants

Dime, from my own experience the key information is not in your post.  About 10 years ago a cunt secretary hacked my emails and started circulating information about me in the company I worked for; nothing particularly scandalous but some very personal and intrusive gained from reviewing my sent items on issues unrelated to work that I had referred to in passing.  I was later able to fire her. :yahoo: 

The fact I was of good character in the company, was married and that said cunt secretary was recognised as a contagious little slag meant she was generally disbelieved and the shit did not stick - even though all of the stuff she circulated was true. 

If people rate you and you are generally respected I would bluff it out.  If your reputation is chequered, particularly anything of a sexual nature, that challenges the values of the company, or that calls your judgement or conduct into account in relation to your work, consider looking around for another job.

I find people are much more sympathetic since I have been married, but I also suspect that a boss was involved with said cunt secretary and may have put her up to it.  Consider how you are generally viewed in the business.

Dave


Offline thefoxman

The whispering will follow you around. Seen it happen, and people bring it up years later.

How does your "fellow punter" colleague know ? Do the other people at work know he's a punter (thought not)
Sure he's not shit stirring ?

I'd go with denial, or saying it was a one-off when drunk. Your fellow punter sounds dangerous to me though.

If someone in work told me they punt i'd play dumb and still wouldnt tell him that i do.

Even the WGs i see each think me going with them is my first time with an escort.

Offline Rod trotter

Just deny deny deny

They already think you are a dirty cunt so just deny  :hi:
Banning reason: Pathetic little shit threatening Admin that he would get himself banned unless his account is deleted

Offline stampjones

One of my mates used to have this thing where he tried to get girls to pay him (not prossies). Just say thats what you meant - you were a prossie cos someone gave you some cash

Offline Cunning Punt

Personally, I'm wary about getting drunk with work colleagues anyway. All sort of things can get said and done and misinterpreted, not just about private lives but generally.
If you're sober, you know what you said and did.

Am I missing something with this? If it was in your own time and unless you hold some position of public standing, why on earth would your job be under threat?

Offline stevedave

As long as you're not doing it on work time, using the company dollar, or wearing an easily recognisable uniform associated to work, then it's really none of their business. It's your money, you can do whatever you want with it and you're not doing anything illegal.

Personally, I haven't told anyone about my punting activities, and never would. The less people that know, the safer you are.

Am I missing something with this? If it was in your own time and unless you hold some position of public standing, why on earth would your job be under threat?
+1 I suppose in certain lines of work it could be a problem but I don't see how on earth you can be fired for doing something which isn't illegal.

As for gossips at work just deny it if asked and knock the drinking with work colleagues on the head for a bit,the gossips will soon get bored and move on

Offline webpunter

IMO it depends.  On the amount of info you gave out.  Or can remember.  Two options

1/ mention a stag do / boys night out.  Quick HJ.  The women in the office will hate you & the blokes will be secretly jealous, OR
2/ deny everything & just say you were winding up the bloke who blurted out the info.  And as a test - to see if he could keep something under wraps.  Which he can't.  Untrustworthy cunt

It'll blow over.  Just like the BJ you had  :sarcastic:

Offline cueball

I never tell anybody of my punting activities except my buddies on here.

Yes, the prossie convo comes up regularly amongst the lads at work.

I say along the lines of..... "there's nothing wrong with it, it does nobody any harm and there is much worse things to spend your brass on"

Obviously, I don't state I'm an active punter or post on here.

I wouldn't have taken a work colleague into my trust even if he's a punter, too close for comfort is that.

My advice to the op is deny deny deny, without proof it's gossip. I'd cut ties with your so called trusted buddy too.

Offline howrude

There are fourn types of people who know that I've been punting: a) The gitrls I've seen, b) The staff at the parlour c) any other punters who were there and d) anyone who saw me entering and/or leaving the premises and who knows what happens there. No matter how drunk I've got, I've never told anyone. I don't need anyone to know. It's not like I woyuld get more out of it.

Offline hullad

I have told no one and never will it always bring out the worst in colleagues, friends and family. Its also a trust thing I have some close mates, ex forces mates I can trust with my life but I regard this as beyond trust. I have never met another punter to my knowlege and I like it that way, the two parlours I visit keep punters strictly segregated.

No one needs to know unless you like the attention of course, there is only this phone with stuff on and very little. Password protected, no stored numbers at all, this site, a local one and aw with nothing stored at all wiped clean on exit or coded into a cloud file...

Trust no one .... 
« Last Edit: June 13, 2016, 09:24:43 PM by hullad »

Online OakTree

Well I have a bit of a confession to make, most of my work colleagues are fully aware of what I do and have done for years. I've no idea what they whisper or gossip and frankly I don't care. It certainly hasn't made any difference to my apparent social standing at work. No one shuns me or threatens me with blackmail or looks down their nose at me. To be perfectly honest they aren't that interested. I learnt long ago that worrying what you think people might think is totally irrelevant. The only thing I do keep secret is my AW and forum identities.

Lots of sound advice in the posts above and my own advice will only duplicate it: DON'T ever tell anyone, ever (and getting drunk with work colleagues perhaps isn't a great idea either).


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