Crazy kissing World

Perfect LipsValentine’s day is coming up and many of you are getting ready to kiss a few sweet lips out there.  Lips are good, but the back of hips ain’t so tasty.  That seems to be the big lesson I received in the world of work when I attended a big conference of ambitious folks looking to score a choice job that their current boss now holds.

Lesson 1 — served with a relish.  Don’t bring problems to your boss, just bring them the answers to their problems.  Meaning don’t tell them you can’t handle something.

Lesson 2 — dressed well.  Always make your boss look good.  The better they look, even if they are a scanky, dribble of  manure that speaks.

Lesson 3 — snake oiled.  The more lousy your boss and negative in their approach to humans, the more you need to protect them or at least their reputation.

Lesson 4 — though the company has customers, don’t actually believe those customers are the reason for your existence, the real world has real internal politics, and you can be fired.  Just say you are helping people to the people you are helping, and do what the boss wants.  Is this how actors learn?

Lesson 5.  Ethics, who cares about ethics, until you are caught with you pants down or your skirt up, your ethics are something you must hide in order to survive.

Most of romance is similar but in another context.  The players change roles, and the rules have been the same for centuries.  Love is a commodity that men spend money to buy from women who want to believe the world is theirs.  When men treat women like princesses, queens and goddesses, they are usually making a play.  Love can’t be bought, but romantics beware, you can be fooled by your own delusions.


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