2001-12-04 2:01 p.m.
J. is the receptionist here at work. She is always nice to us, and most of the time she even brings peanut M&Ms for us to eat. What is amazing is that, even though we work in a fairly conservative corporate environment, she did not get me fired for the time when I asked her why she did not have her name tattooed in Old English letters across her back.
Surprisingly, she was not very amused when I decided to change her name badge to say other things.
What I want to know is why people are offended or bothered with that sort of thing. Wouldn't it make more sense to be offended by a sign that said "No free sex—everyone must pay cash money"? Or, one that says, "I gave your father an anal yeast infection. Again. Today."
I don't blame J. too much, though. A lot of people do not want to be sexualized, even if by a paper sign. I, on the other hand, don't mind it too much. I figure, we are only young and cute for so long before we enter the many years of ugliness and sag that will most likely be our adult lives. We might as well work it while we can.
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