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I have always been a bad liar. I am even worse at hiding my emotions (situation pending). Lately this has become a problem, leading to some very awkward discussions and weired out coworkers.

My coworkers know how to push the right buttons to make me flustered. They know what embarrasses me, but most of the time they are just joking and I give myself away.

For example, a few weeks ago a coworker was feeling my head. A security guard jokingly said that touching me was a bad idea because he didn’t know where my head had been. It just so happened that my head had been in D’s crotch giving him head just a week earlier. My face turned beet red and I asked what he meant. He said I knew what he meant, that if I didn’t want people to know then I shouldn’t post it on the internet.

I gave him the dirtiest look, my mind reeling on whether or not he found my blog. He saw the look on my face and said he was kidding. I asked where he got that idea (that I post my stuff online) and he just laughed saying he made it up. I believe him mostly, but there is still a little part of me that wonders if he knows the truth, though I doubt he does. However, my reaction to his (very accurate) insinuations almost gave me away.

Another time, I had just stepped back out onto the casino floor from taking a break and two coworkers were there. I stopped and chatted. When I got to them, the male said to the female “Tashamber would come over and show your husband a good time.” The other attendant (female) just let her mouth drop in shock. I got a huge grin, about to ask if they were looking for a threesome. SO GLAD I DIDN’T!!!

Next thing I know, I am getting teased for “thinking about it,” and turning beet red. My grin gave my dirty side away. They then started to question it, and the male repeated himself to test my reaction. Unfortunately it was the same result, where I grinned and blushed. Security then walked up and asked what was going on because we were all cracking up by then (me for different reasons). The male coworker explained to security. Same reaction from me. Eventually they dropped it, as she walked away pretending to be creeped out and the other two left to go do something.

It’s funny sometimes how red I turn, or how much I grin at a dirty idea, but it is very risky because it could totally give me away someday if someone takes it a little too far.

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  1. So your options are to either learn to control it or learn to embrace it. Trying to do both will just leave you caught in the middle somewhere, flustered.

    I suggest embracing it, but I’m a little biased. 😀

    Stay SINful
    Mr. AP

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