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I want to tell you about the creepiest woman who ever made a pass at me. I was in my 20s at work and a new hire was placed next to me one day. I'll change her name to “Linda” for this post. She was a divorcee in her early 40s. She had a peculiar way of talking to me and my coworkers and had a habit of touching people on the shoulder, including me. Linda liked telling me about her teenage son. She said he had an awesome physique and was great at sports and all that. Well, gee, I'm no athlete. That really boosts MY self esteem. She also talked about her future travel plans and asked if I liked to travel too. It was a hard call to make. I didn't know whether all this stuff was innocent chit chat or stuff that I should be concerned about. I was open to dating women older than myself, but not a lady who already had a head full of gray hair (remember I was 20 something then) and a nearly grown son. I also don't believe in dating divorced women. I thought Linda was weird but that it was just me. One of my other coworkers came by and we began talking about how strange she was. That was reassuring. I'm not the only one who saw it then. Well, one day, it was announced she was being transferred to another office. The last day there, Linda told me how much she enjoyed working with me and, if I ever needed anybody to talk to, to give her a call. She then handed me a little note with her number on it. After an awkward hug goodbye, I threw the note in the trash. A few minutes later, I thought it over and retrieved the note. I figured I better hold onto it in case I needed to file a complaint against her in the future. But I never gave her my number and, thankfully, she didn't call my office looking for me. While I've had some strange encounters with women over the years, this is the only time I ever thought about a possible sexual harassment case.
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I've always thought that Twilight Sparkle was like the old stereotype of the librarian... She's really cute, and has the flirtiest walk. If you can get her nose out of book, she could become a tigress... I found the original vector on Google images, it's by foxtrax on Deviant Art. I did some tweaking on the mane and tail and the eyes. Need to get me some software so I can draw ponies from scratch. Anybody have a favorite program for that? Is it Adobe Flash? Or is that just for animation? Tried it in Photoshop with lamentable results...