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    I work at a bar/restaurant run by a (non-immediate) member of my family. It's going great, but now this family member is trying to set me up with a fellow member of staff there. Don't get me wrong, she's great, but, is a relationship with a colleague a recipe for disaster or not?

    What are your experiences in similar situations?
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    I work at a bar/restaurant run by a (non-immediate) member of my family. It's going great, but now this family member is trying to set me up with a fellow member of staff there. Don't get me wrong, she's great, but, is a relationship with a colleague a recipe for disaster or not?

    What are your experiences in similar situations?
    Rule #12: Never Date a co-worker
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    Rule #1 : do whatever the fuhh you want.
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    where is this rulebook everyone is referencing
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    (Original post by white boy)
    where is this rulebook everyone is referencing
    Ncis gibbs

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    It's not a career I can see myself staying in for long at all, and seeing as its run by some of my family, I can't imagine I'd get any flack for it - as long as the relationship was kept outside of work hours. I might just go for it. Thanks
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    go for it!
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Depends on the context/individuals concerned. I'd consider dating a colleague but then I'm a BAWS, can handle flack, and am not in a settled career :holmes:

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    didn't you lose your virginity when you were 23
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    16.* First proper long term relationship was at 24 - perhaps you got this confused

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    FYI I've hooked up with 2 people on the same floor as me at uni (at one point at the same time ), a couple of American chicks who lodged with my family (at different times), one of my sister's close friends, a girl who lived literally opposite my house, and was quite intimately acquainted with my supervisor at uni. So yeah, I know a thing or two about just being a BAWS and getting on with it when it comes to getting involved with people who exist in close proximity..
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