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Office Party Politics

by | 11th, December 2003

‘IT is, of course, the season to get jolly and get up to a bit of tra-la-la-la-la with that foxy chick in sales or that handsome hunk in accounts.

Anorak Xmas Party 2002

The Sun calculates that one in five ”brazen” Brits will end up having sex at their office party this Christmas.

But, assuming you don’t look like the back end of a photocopier and conversation is slightly more exciting than counting paper clips, then where do you take your chosen one when you have wooed him/her with your good looks, charm and five glasses of sparkling wine?

Well, it depends on how much of a risk taker you are.

In the first part of its festive Good Office Party Sex Guide, the Sun offers advice for the ”countless canoodling couples looking for a quiet corner at work where they can get down to some horizontal overtime”.

Maximum risk factor, the paper says, is the old favourite: the boss’s desk – although it must be said that you can reduce the risk by having the boss on top of you at the time.

Then, there is the boardroom (advantages: ”no carpet burns”; disadvantages: ”rolling off the table hurts”), the photocopier, lift, loos, store cupboard and – the coward’s option – car park.

Tomorrow, the Sun’ll tell us”who’s safe for sex and who’s not” – all of which comes a bit late for tonight’s Anorak party. First one to the car park’s a virgin…’



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