I am somewhat amused at the latest bit from the boss man. Our office does have a strict non fraterniztion policy that is selectively enforced. Oddly those who would hold up the rule book at others were the most frequent rule breakers.
I find the fascination with my personal life to be odd. I may be the only person accused of violating the non-fraternization rule. This is amusing in that I do not ever associate with coworkers after hours and will never sit down with coworkers for lunch. In my eleven week training it took alot of coaxing for me to break these habits. However, my friends from VT, CA and midwest man helped me break this phobia.
I have learned to accept that wherever I go rules will be strictly enforced on me and ignored on everyone else. I do not understand why this is, but it goes with being me. I also have to work twice as hard as the next man just to remain employed.
Thus I was quite amused when the big boss man hinted that he was aware of my relationship with the vegan. This news comes as a shock to me, because we are merely friends and have never even had lunch, FOR OBVIOUS REASONS. In fact management gets on to me for forgetting to take lunch breaks.
Welcome to the wonderful world of PC hell. This is exactly what happens when Black robed freaks bring totalitarianism to the workplace. You can be sent to HR for using the phrase "use your cocanut"or if two guys talk about car parts.
Oddly those that complain the loudest are most often marginal employees and the worst rule breakers.