In any given situation, no matter what its seriousness, does the urge to check a girl out still win out?
I've just got back from being in Natwest for my entire lunch hour, which is sad enough.
The worst thing is, the Graduate Manager that I waited twenty minutes for to discuss my 'borrowing needs' which I won't bore you with here, was an utter leech.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not one of those girls who can produce a thundercloud if a builder wolf-whistles at her, or a barman passes an innuendo. I sometimes secretly think its quite nice when the bin-man calls me Sweetheart when I pass him in the morning. Flattery is only there to be taken, and not be taken offense at in my lowly opinion. If a bloke thinks I'm nice looking, thats alright by me.
But what I don't bloody appreciate is a guy who is meant to be helping me out, and doing his job correctly, whilst effectively getting me into years more debt, taking his chance to quite obviously ogle my tits, and make really personal comments and ask offensive questions whilst I'm trying to find more out about freakin' ISA's.
The worst part is, that whilst it was easy enough to bat him off, and feel much more professional than him, I was told I may have to bring further documents and come back tomorrow.
I considered using the situation to flirt my way through the application being submitted, but I really didn't want to make him feel as if he was in there. That's just cruel.
I walked out in a bit of a huff, and the bloke has actually just called me to ask if he can keep my number in a 'non-professional' capacity!!
I told him I couldn't hear him.
Please tell me no-one on here is that pervy that it stops them doing their job correctly. That would just tilt my opinion of society completley, and I may have to stop blanking the noises that emit from White Van Men.
*sorry for rant.