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Author Topic: Would You Ever Take A WG To a Works Christmas Party?  (Read 5945 times)

Offline AnthG

I appreciate I already asked this question two years ago for Christmas 2011 which I never went through with.

https://www.ukpunting.com/index.php?topic=5219.25

But that time it largely came to be a discussion about the money side of it and whether the expense can be justified. So forgetting the money subject totally this time.

I appreciate it is also one of those stupid ideas and thus stupid questions I sometimes make, but I will explain my thought processes on it to explain why I am contemplating this.

At work today everyone is going around asking who is attending the works Christmas party because they are booking a large external venue in town for it so need attendance numbers now. The way my company is split up there are about 200 people who work there in my department but we are split into teams of 20.

On my team of 20 everyone is going bar me. And they are all putting pressure on me to go when to be honest I am not to keen to go.

The reason why is all 19 others in my team are in a relationship. And many of them are interwork dating (meaning dating others in the 200 department) but everyone is bringing their OH.

I am worried if I go I will either be feeling like a 5th wheel and the sad social reject trying to chat to people while they are there with their partners and me alone. Or the other flipside just sitting by myself in a corner somewhere wishing I was dead from the embarrassment while everyone else is having fun with their OH and thinking he is over there by himself what a social reject.

So today at work I started thinking of this again. And my reasons.

1. So I will not then be the only person by themselves there in my team.
2. The girl I was thinking of booking to bring is one who I have seen before and who can talk something like 500 words per minute (It was the girl I booked the overnight with). She could probably chat for an hour about stamps or trees if you gave her the chance. So it will look like I am a great fun conversationalist to everyone looking outside in when its really her controlling every conversation.
3. To be honest I am getting the strong feeling many I work with - while friendly - are thinking I am a bit of a social lepper and wish to do a (sort of) two finger salute by proving them (sort of) wrong. (Even though they are kind of right, but its not something I want to be thought of by the people I work with hence why contemplating this)
4. And finally to be honest I am just hoping it may impress so people will think christ how did Anth get a girl like her to come with him.

The downsides I was thinking.

1. Someone may know her from booking her themselves - Argument to that, as they are not single themselves they will keep very quiet themselves
2. Something slips out in conversation that we clearly have not known each other for long - However I get the feeling people wouldn't believe I could even book WGs even if it did so it would be like a double bluff. They'd probably jump to a conclusion we have just met.
3. The girl gets drunk and makes an embarrassment. - To be honest even if it was not paid for this would be a worry anyway. And apparently in previous years parties other peoples OH's have done this. But I was also thinking it could be part of her story she is tea total.
4. People will think she is too out of my league. But people I doubt would jump to he has booked a WG to go with him, or really would they?

There is possibly other things I may be missing. Or a bigger picture I may be overlooking. But I was just wanting peoples thoughts.

And I guess in the above scenario what would you do. As in would anyone go alone in the above situation and risk everything going pear shaped and being thought of as a saddo number 1 by everyone you work with if everything goes wrong and I end up sitting in a corner by myself the entire night?

There are probably other draw backs I am missing, hence why asking the question.

Offline smiths

I appreciate I already asked this question two years ago for Christmas 2011 which I never went through with.

https://www.ukpunting.com/index.php?topic=5219.25

But that time it largely came to be a discussion about the money side of it and whether the expense can be justified. So forgetting the money subject totally this time.

I appreciate it is also one of those stupid ideas and thus stupid questions I sometimes make, but I will explain my thought processes on it to explain why I am contemplating this.

At work today everyone is going around asking who is attending the works Christmas party because they are booking a large external venue in town for it so need attendance numbers now. The way my company is split up there are about 200 people who work there in my department but we are split into teams of 20.

On my team of 20 everyone is going bar me. And they are all putting pressure on me to go when to be honest I am not to keen to go.

The reason why is all 19 others in my team are in a relationship. And many of them are interwork dating (meaning dating others in the 200 department) but everyone is bringing their OH.

I am worried if I go I will either be feeling like a 5th wheel and the sad social reject trying to chat to people while they are there with their partners and me alone. Or the other flipside just sitting by myself in a corner somewhere wishing I was dead from the embarrassment while everyone else is having fun with their OH and thinking he is over there by himself what a social reject.

So today at work I started thinking of this again. And my reasons.

1. So I will not then be the only person by themselves there in my team.
2. The girl I was thinking of booking to bring is one who I have seen before and who can talk something like 500 words per minute (It was the girl I booked the overnight with). She could probably chat for an hour about stamps or trees if you gave her the chance. So it will look like I am a great fun conversationalist to everyone looking outside in when its really her controlling every conversation.
3. To be honest I am getting the strong feeling many I work with - while friendly - are thinking I am a bit of a social lepper and wish to do a (sort of) two finger salute by proving them (sort of) wrong. (Even though they are kind of right, but its not something I want to be thought of by the people I work with hence why contemplating this)
4. And finally to be honest I am just hoping it may impress so people will think christ how did Anth get a girl like her to come with him.

The downsides I was thinking.

1. Someone may know her from booking her themselves - Argument to that, as they are not single themselves they will keep very quiet themselves
2. Something slips out in conversation that we clearly have not known each other for long - However I get the feeling people wouldn't believe I could even book WGs even if it did so it would be like a double bluff. They'd probably jump to a conclusion we have just met.
3. The girl gets drunk and makes an embarrassment. - To be honest even if it was not paid for this would be a worry anyway. And apparently in previous years parties other peoples OH's have done this. But I was also thinking it could be part of her story she is tea total.
4. People will think she is too out of my league. But people I doubt would jump to he has booked a WG to go with him, or really would they?

There is possibly other things I may be missing. Or a bigger picture I may be overlooking. But I was just wanting peoples thoughts.

And I guess in the above scenario what would you do. As in would anyone go alone in the above situation and risk everything going pear shaped and being thought of as a saddo number 1 by everyone you work with if everything goes wrong and I end up sitting in a corner by myself the entire night?

There are probably other draw backs I am missing, hence why asking the question.

I most certainly wouldnt as i wish to punt anonymously and this would break that of course. The WG would know who you worked for and your real name, not a risk i would take and after Panels terrible experience i am surprised you are even considering it. Up to you though of course, my advice is dont do it. :hi:

Offline AnthG

I most certainly wouldnt as i wish to punt anonymously and this would break that of course. The WG would know who you worked for and your real name, not a risk i would take and after Panels terrible experience i am surprised you are even considering it. Up to you though of course, my advice is dont do it. :hi:
To be honest I have missed entirely what happened to Panel. To also be honest when I was thinking if this I never even considered it down the route of the girl in question I booked using my details for malicious purposes.

I have booked the girl before, and done a full overnight with her, and she seemed ok. But then again she may be a crazy and I am just a poor judge of character. But I doubt she would ruin things with work. I hope at least.

Offline Cactus

Don't do it, for the reasons Smiths said above.

I'd personally just go on my own.  But then I don't really bow to the social stigma that you mention about being single, infact I rather like it.  Suggest a party game, all the guys in the Office photocopy their knob and then you pin them up and see who's the biggest - you then press the enlarge button on the printer and shag the resident size queen - yes I have just seen Filth  :drinks:

Mind you, I'd argue that inter company dating isn't a great idea either.  Don't shit on your own doorstep etc.  If/when those relationships go down the spout then what happens?
« Last Edit: October 09, 2013, 11:43:00 PM by Cactus »

Offline rpg

I appreciate I already asked this question two years ago for Christmas 2011 which I never went through with.

https://www.ukpunting.com/index.php?topic=5219.25

But that time it largely came to be a discussion about the money side of it and whether the expense can be justified. So forgetting the money subject totally this time.

I appreciate it is also one of those stupid ideas and thus stupid questions I sometimes make, but I will explain my thought processes on it to explain why I am contemplating this.

At work today everyone is going around asking who is attending the works Christmas party because they are booking a large external venue in town for it so need attendance numbers now. The way my company is split up there are about 200 people who work there in my department but we are split into teams of 20.

On my team of 20 everyone is going bar me. And they are all putting pressure on me to go when to be honest I am not to keen to go.

The reason why is all 19 others in my team are in a relationship. And many of them are interwork dating (meaning dating others in the 200 department) but everyone is bringing their OH.

I am worried if I go I will either be feeling like a 5th wheel and the sad social reject trying to chat to people while they are there with their partners and me alone. Or the other flipside just sitting by myself in a corner somewhere wishing I was dead from the embarrassment while everyone else is having fun with their OH and thinking he is over there by himself what a social reject.

So today at work I started thinking of this again. And my reasons.

1. So I will not then be the only person by themselves there in my team.
2. The girl I was thinking of booking to bring is one who I have seen before and who can talk something like 500 words per minute (It was the girl I booked the overnight with). She could probably chat for an hour about stamps or trees if you gave her the chance. So it will look like I am a great fun conversationalist to everyone looking outside in when its really her controlling every conversation.
3. To be honest I am getting the strong feeling many I work with - while friendly - are thinking I am a bit of a social lepper and wish to do a (sort of) two finger salute by proving them (sort of) wrong. (Even though they are kind of right, but its not something I want to be thought of by the people I work with hence why contemplating this)
4. And finally to be honest I am just hoping it may impress so people will think christ how did Anth get a girl like her to come with him.

The downsides I was thinking.

1. Someone may know her from booking her themselves - Argument to that, as they are not single themselves they will keep very quiet themselves
2. Something slips out in conversation that we clearly have not known each other for long - However I get the feeling people wouldn't believe I could even book WGs even if it did so it would be like a double bluff. They'd probably jump to a conclusion we have just met.
3. The girl gets drunk and makes an embarrassment. - To be honest even if it was not paid for this would be a worry anyway. And apparently in previous years parties other peoples OH's have done this. But I was also thinking it could be part of her story she is tea total.
4. People will think she is too out of my league. But people I doubt would jump to he has booked a WG to go with him, or really would they?

There is possibly other things I may be missing. Or a bigger picture I may be overlooking. But I was just wanting peoples thoughts.

And I guess in the above scenario what would you do. As in would anyone go alone in the above situation and risk everything going pear shaped and being thought of as a saddo number 1 by everyone you work with if everything goes wrong and I end up sitting in a corner by myself the entire night?

There are probably other draw backs I am missing, hence why asking the question.

1) Fuck the works party. Tell all the others they need to get a life.
2) If you can't do that are there no single females in the organisation you could ask, not as a date but just to put in an appearance and shut everyone up.
3) Don't take a prossie!!!!!

Offline Daffodil

Office Christmas parties are a great place to pull. You definitely won't be the only single person there. I used to insist on not taking the girlfriend!  ;)

I think you're being overly self conscious. Most people couldn't care less if you're there with someone or not. And if they do? Who gives a shit.

Go with a guy mate, have a few drinks, and have some fun :drinks:

Also, smiths security advice is very real. Another punter on here is currently being threatened with outage (in addition to panel). Women in general can get crazy, prossies more so.

Do your colleagues know you're single? Showing up with a stunner in your arms will raise suspicions, espeically if you haven't mentioned a gf in the past.

Go alone and shag your colleague's bird.

Online fredpunter

most of the other folk there will see quite enough of their other halves at home and be looking for some-one else to talk to - go on your own.

Offline Daffodil

1) Fuck the works party. Tell all the others they need to get a life.
2) If you can't do that are there no single females in the organisation you could ask, not as a date but just to put in an appearance and shut everyone up.
3) Don't take a prossie!!!!!

Yeh, I have to be honest I would rarely consider going to a works party these days. I have mates at work who I'll see socially, but won't go out with people just because we happen to work together.

Offline rpg

Yeh, I have to be honest I would rarely consider going to a works party these days. I have mates at work who I'll see socially, but won't go out with people just because we happen to work together.

Never been to one and never will. Like you the odd 'social' with a few of the boys is fine but work and life should have a clearly defined line which shouldn't be crossed.

Offline AnthG

Do your colleagues know you're single? Showing up with a stunner in your arms will raise suspicions, espeically if you haven't mentioned a gf in the past.

Go alone and shag your colleague's bird.
But my thoughts when thinking this through today to myself is that I would have two months to drop it into a few conversations to say, I have met someone can I bring her.

Offline rpg

But my thoughts when thinking this through today to myself is that I would have two months to drop it into a few conversations to say, I have met someone can I bring her.

Anth do you really need to invent some other life just to keep your workmates happy? Nothing but trouble ahead. If you feel they are putting pressure on you now imagine what it'll be like when it all goes tits up!

Offline Cactus

But my thoughts when thinking this through today to myself is that I would have two months to drop it into a few conversations to say, I have met someone can I bring her.

I've changed my mind, it's a brilliant idea...

Offline AnthG

I've changed my mind, it's a brilliant idea...
No I was just answering charming_red's question. I was not trying to convince people to change their suggestions.

Offline Barry Shipton

most of the other folk there will see quite enough of their other halves at home and be looking for some-one else to talk to - go on your own.
I'd second that - anyone in a relationship more than three years will be there talking and drinking with their mates while the women huddle together complaining about their blokes. Either join the blokes for a drink or make a move on one of the neglected women

Offline sarahjayneleeds

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Anth do you really need to invent some other life just to keep your workmates happy? Nothing but trouble ahead. If you feel they are putting pressure on you now imagine what it'll be like when it all goes tits up!

+1 You will need to share far too many personal details to pull it off and that is just plain silly to share lots of personal info with a girl you have only met once.

If any of your colleagues (especially the office wanker there is always at least one) think for a second you have paid for her they will start asking awkward questions just to catch you out which isn't really fair on the girl. Plus have you considered  you are expecting her to invent a whole new persona too?

If you really feel that you want to go then maybe introduce her as your mate, not your girlfriend. If you are as you portray yourself on here ( sort of shy and a bit geeky sorry ) then it's believable, as a few of them do have stunning girls as mates in the real world because the girls feel safe round them. 

Your get out clause if it looks like it is going tits up is leave early (ish) and say you have arranged to meet some of her mates at a bar elsewhere. At least that way you prove your not a social outcast and have a fit friend to boot.  ;)

But IMHO your better off either going alone or not bothering at all as the risk outways the benefits.

Offline wristjob

Go on your own - great chance to pull. Especially any new girls who don't know so many people yet.

First off you have the psycho possibility which wouldn't be a bundle of laughs. Then there's the fact you would be paying several hundred quid just to try and impress a load of workmates. A tray of Krispy Kremes would be cheaper.

Of course you could take a WG, tell everyone she's a WG, then say she recognises one of the other guys but you are not saying who.

Offline skittish

But my thoughts when thinking this through today to myself is that I would have two months to drop it into a few conversations to say, I have met someone can I bring her.

What happens if you get invited to other social functions before or after the works party are you going to book her for those too?

Taking a WG to a works function isn't a good idea you might feel good about having a trophy dolly bird on your arm for the grand entrance but you'll be fretting all night about getting rumbled. If your colleagues have invited you to take the piss then they truly are cunts but has it not occurred to you that they might just be trying encourage you to engage in something social.

Offline sparky13

What happens if you get invited to other social functions before or after the works party are you going to book her for those too?

Taking a WG to a works function isn't a good idea you might feel good about having a trophy dolly bird on your arm for the grand entrance but you'll be fretting all night about getting rumbled. If your colleagues have invited you to take the piss then they truly are cunts but has it not occurred to you that they might just be trying encourage you to engage in something social.

+1

Christmas parties are a cunt. Go on your own if you really want to go (hopefully your work colleagues are hoping to engage with you as skittish said)

Otherwise, swerve it I'd say. Spend the money you'd spend stressing over her talking too much (as they do) on getting a good servicing  :cool:

Offline Steve2

Nice to see you back Anth

This is NOT a good idea for all sorts of reasons


Offline Stapler

Tell the truth. Tell your colleagues you don't have a partner at the moment. Say that you would feel out of it on your own. They will understand.

They might even fix you up with the hot little red head in the typing pool!

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Offline ianvilla

Go on your own - great chance to pull. Especially any new girls who don't know so many people yet.

First off you have the psycho possibility which wouldn't be a bundle of laughs. Then there's the fact you would be paying several hundred quid just to try and impress a load of workmates. A tray of Krispy Kremes would be cheaper.

Of course you could take a WG, tell everyone she's a WG, then say she recognises one of the other guys but you are not saying who.


I agree with wristjob and you can't possibly be the only single person out of the 200 staff. If you are, how many of the OH are going to come. Many of them in my experience will have their own or other parties to attend.


Offline James999

I didn't read your post Anth as you've gone back to that rambling long style  :cry:

The reality is if you turn up with a babe they are going to think one of three things

1. She's a hooker
2. She's your sister
3. You've won the lottery

 :hi:

Offline Tailpipe

I didn't read your post Anth as you've gone back to that rambling long style  :cry:

The reality is if you turn up with a babe they are going to think one of three things

1. She's a hooker
2. She's your sister
3. You've won the lottery

 :hi:

James is right you just end up feeling bad about yourself , the effect you seek will not be
Achieved .

Plus people will question her and as you do not know each other , she will get tripped up
And make you look a dickhead.

Unless you want the world to no you pay for hookers its a bad idea.



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