I’d never really noticed this girl at work until she came up to me one day and asked to borrow my stapler. One look into her sweet blue eyes trapped me. I’m sure I wasn’t the first. Every day after, she’d waltz into work singing a song, for which I’d name the song and artist. … More One Text Changed the Game
FEMALE FEATURE Hayley Ford writes exclusively for Snafued Try, try, and try again until you succeed. We’ve all heard the saying but when it comes to never-ending relationships is it that we give up trying, don’t try hard enough, or try too hard? A shy girl at heart and heavily into competitive sport, I didn’t care … More The Never-ending Relationship
FEMALE FEATURE Sybarite is our Features Writer from London, UK It started after a few too many drinks on a school night. We were colleagues. Newfangled friends. Out for a “stitch and bitch” session after a demanding day at work. A South African guy was chatting me up in an old man’s pub you wouldn’t … More On the Road. On the Job.
I was introduced to her and thought it was a windup. There was no way she was a management accountant. She was in her mid 30s and had porcelain skin. I half expected her to take off her horn-rimmed glasses, sweep her long hair out of the tidy bun and straddle me. If I’m honest, … More The Married Woman
The money was rubbish, but I did very little work. I spent my mornings sleeping in the storeroom or browsing the internet. There was no dress code and I got cheap beer on a Friday. It was a cushy number. I did a bit of proofreading now and again and basically, got away with it. … More Christmas Shenanigans