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If while out for lunch your boss asked if you surf porn sites (at home) you would....

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Submitted by badandy400 (103)
Deny it completely 25% 12 Votes
Try to change the subjects 21% 10 Votes
Say "yes" and move on 25% 12 Votes
Brag about you collection 8% 4 Votes
Get mad and threaten to sue 4% 2 Votes
Other 17% 8 Votes

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Oct 6, 2008

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Lionheart (47) I joke around with my bosses about looking at porn, in fact a porn star use to work at one of our stores in California, ha always get a kick when I tell my bosses that Eva Angelina use to work at one of our restaurants.
10-06-08  01:09am

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Drooler (218) It's purely hypothetical for me because I absolutely never surf porn at work. The only person I ever saw do that was a woman who was enchanted by photos of a nude male, and she was pretty open about it, even telling me that's what she was doing and showing me the site, which didn't interest me, of course.

But if I ever did it, I'd just fess up and be glad I could keep my job. A lawsuit would be a really stupid choice because I'm sure they'd have all of the logs ready to submit in court.

10-06-08  01:48am

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Monahan (40) I'd ignore the question and, if pressed, I'd ask him why he is interested. (Why is it his business whether I watch porn or have cheese on my hamburger?)
10-06-08  07:10am

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Cybertoad (102) I would wonder what made him think he could ask me such a personal question about sex . Maybe the guy is gay lol. I mean joking about porn is one thing but coming out and asking if you like porn, sugests the person has a motive. I said other.
10-06-08  07:22am

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surferman (5) Maybe your boss is female. Then that could open up all sorts of possibilities.......................OK, just fantasising again.
10-06-08  07:45am

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Monahan (40) REPLY TO #5 - surferman :

I'm thinking the opposite. If the boss is a female, any substantive answer will probably be converted into a sexual harrasment discharge or worse. The only safe answer is "No Comment."
10-06-08  08:38am

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messmer (137) REPLY TO #2 - Drooler :

Drooler, I think you misread the poll. The question was: what would you do if the Boss asked you if you ever surf for porn at home. I would tell him/her that he was infringing upon my rights by asking this question. What I do at home is none of his/her business. If I knew him/her real well and we were on friendly terms I might say "yes" and move on.
10-06-08  08:39am

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surferman (5) I think we are all taking this question far too seriously. The likelihood of any boss that I have ever had asking me that question is about as remote as a porn star asking me to satisfy her every sexual desire! Now there's a prompt for a new question.....
10-06-08  09:05am

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Drooler (218) REPLY TO #7 - messmer :

Wow! How did I miss that?? Thanks for pointing that out. I'll have to change my answer.

Basically, I'd try to change the subject, after saying something like, "You've known me long enough. Of course, I'd never do that."

10-06-08  12:54pm

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messmer (137) REPLY TO #9 - Drooler :

I had to change my answer too, Drooler. The longer I thought about it the more I figured the Boss wouldn't ask a question like that unless he was interested in Porn himself. So, I'd gamble with giving him a "yes" without further comment! Unless he was a religious fundamentalist, of course. :-)
10-06-08  01:18pm

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messmer (137) REPLY TO #8 - surferman :

I know it's a light-hearted poll, surferman, but what the heck. Keeps us amused.
10-06-08  01:19pm

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OttifantSir (5) It is illegal to ask me that question. If I don't like the boss, I will sue. If I like him, I'll ignore the whole question and lecture him about privacy.
10-06-08  01:20pm

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Toadsith (48) Meh, so much of this question depends on what type of person your boss is and what your relationship with them is. My current boss has asked the question and gotten an honest response. This is because of the type of person he is though. The first time I went to his house (for the annual company x-mas party) there were Peter North DVDs sitting on the TV in the living room. One could say our company doesn't have the normal, political correct atmosphere due to our boss. He often amuses himself by very loudly reading out the content of the most graphic porn Spam he has received that day. Of course, stuff like that is one of the reasons we try to make it very clear to him when walk-in customers are in the building.

So my answer with this boss was a simple "yes" - but with other bosses, I might have to pussyfoot more. In America's culture, it is still a rather taboo question, so if a boss were to broach the subject, I think it is rather telling about that person. If the boss is a woman - I'd disagree with Monahan's contention that it could be a sexual harassment situation that would get the employee fired, more likely the other way around - as the question states that it was the boss asking and on lunch break. Granted the no comment answer is safe enough, though will be seen as passively answering the question with an affirmative. I tend to be a rather honest person (I generally only lie for entertainment), so I'd still probably say yes - and because I'd be very curious as to why the question was being asked.

Still though, it very much depends on the person asking and the type of company and so on. If I didn't trust or like my boss, I might say no to simply kill the conversation.

10-06-08  07:27pm

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surferman (5) Sorry, my reply was meant to be light hearted too. Yes, what the hell. We need a bit of fum in these otherwise depressing times.
10-07-08  04:09am

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Jay G (65) I AM the boss, but when I wasn't I would have "laughed it off" and joked in such a way as not to let the subject get serious.

Discussing porn in the office is even worse than religion & politics, it will only cause trouble and make it hard for people to work together since so many people have emotional feelings about the issue..

10-07-08  05:12am

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badandy400 (103) This si really one of those things that it depends on where you are and how honest people are willing to be.

If you are talking to guys in a shop they will tell you most of the time. But, if you are in an office setting it can be a little more difficult to discuss simply because people are so worried about their image.

The point of this pole was to ask yourself if you would be willing to tell people openly. Obviously we all are pretty open here, but this is a completely different place. We all know that we all are into porn, plus well will likely never meet each other.

10-07-08  02:12pm

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badandy400 (103) REPLY TO #2 - Drooler :

Typically what gets people in trouble at work is someone physically seeing the screen and going for sexual harassment. No one wants that, so most of us keep the porn at home. Universities handle porn this way, besides they do not want to monitor web traffic anyway.
10-07-08  02:16pm

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pat362 (367) I'd ask him what is wrong with him to be asking me
that kind of question. No offense but my personal life is exactly that...Personal.

10-07-08  06:15pm

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Goldfish (67) That's a toughie. My boss is a bit of an ass so I don't confide in him much. I'd probably say yes without getting into details or quantity and move on. If we were in a group I'd probably not answer either way.
10-07-08  08:17pm

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Wittyguy (95) Frankly, that's a question that a boss should never be asking. If they did that would be a great time to bring up your tunnel carpel syndrome you got caused by all the downloading and viewing and that you might need to take some disability time off to deal with it ;)
10-07-08  10:25pm

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manholelover (24) I'd quite happily admit it, and have done. Although I'd never look at porn at work, it can be traced and is a disciplinary offence. As a gay man, you're almost expected to look at porn, but that opens up another can of worms, the sexualising of gay men etc etc...
07-04-11  11:34am

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