That's funny, though your husband he's not secretly gay right. I won't lie some gay men have. A great sense of flowers
😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 hun your man is gay~~ congratulations~~
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Those dozen roses probably cost $200. Fat chance you get any money! Ha!
@Screenwriter A guy can dream!
Lol Why do I feel like I read this before. is this a line taken from The Game?
@creepazoid up in the air george Clooney
@Creepazoid Betcha George doesn't turn his nose up at a nice bouquet... expand your horizons... if someone sends you flowers it's a lovely gesture...
I'm not against it. It's a nice gesture.
Question is should you accept the gesture if you are not attracted to the woman? If you accept it you may give her the wrong message. If you don't you come across as a dick.
@Creepazoid Some said the flowers will die... etc... they'll die if left uncut too... some have great fragrance... jazz up your house... there's a lot to like...
@Creepazoid Oh I am taking them flowers! My condo needs them! LOL
@Creepazoid It'd be really strange if a woman who you're not in a relationship with sent you flowers. I suppose you could send them back. Then the message is clear. I'd never send flowers to a man I wasn't involved with.
Maybe strange but not out of the realm of possibility.
Lol. Well a gift is always a good when it's useful @coachTanthony
@Creepazoid I understand there's an issue if you keep them and you're not interested in the woman. If it IS from a stranger, I'd say accepting them leads to an invitation from the man or woman who sent them. It's really an over the top initial gesture I'd be worried about.
Not a stranger.. I've seen this happen with a former co-worker. We worked in a hospital he was the in house doctor and she was an elderly woman who's husband passed 2 years prior. He was always nice to her and would always have chats with her daily asking how she was and talked about things outside of work, eventually the doctor grew fond of her as she would prepare special meals for him even after her work day schedule was over, the doctor started to feel as if she was like a grandma or mother always doing nice things for her child/grandchild- and all the other staff seen it that way too. It wasn't until he became physician of the year until we all started to notice strange things as she wanted to be in every photo he took, wanting to be seated next to him, being visibly upset when he would interact with other women. Eventually she was blowing up his phone multiple times a day and he started to ignore it she even left flowers on his doorstep and he did not acknowledge them. Eventually she started to break down and cry at work because him distancing himself seemed to be too much for her. I don't know the end of the situation because I left the hospital shortly after.
I forgot to mention she worked in the kitchen
@Creepazoid Still, a stranger. He wasn't in a relationship with her. That was a crazy example. Which is why I say, only send flowers to someone in the hospital, then it's always appropriate or someone who you're in a relationship with. She had an obsession. That was harassment. HR should've taken care of that.
Lol they did. She was no longer able to make him food after work because she was forbidden to be on the premises after her work day
@Creepazoid HR should've just told her her attentions were not reciprocated and if she continued to bother the doctor she would be fired. She was an adult. If that didn't wake her up, she needed another job.
Agreed. Not sure if they did or didn't but this was definitely the gossip of the hospital. it was hard not to be interested in it. Lol
@Creepazoid Very sad. Sounds like her life was devoid of kindness.
Don't get me wrong. There were many of us who are kind to her even helped cheer her up. But just how everything played out was just interesting
Worded that wrong.. tried to cheer her up. I don't know how she's doing rn
@Creepazoid I mean in an interpersonal way. Outside of work. Sounds like she was lonely and didn't handle it well.
Every gift dies in its own way.. getting a flower unexpectedly is a memorable. Except if you get it occasionally.
Lol.. so you will reject the flowers? I mean If you get them?
I won't reject it, since it would hurt their feeling, but I'd like a useful gift more than a flower. Say, a coffee cup that says "With love" on it or something. Sweet and useful.