Cylon6

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About Cylon6

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    My taste in music is eclectic
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    Southern CA
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    Watching movies and tv, hanging out, reading, hiking, working out etc
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    Dune
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    Can't pick one, I have way too many
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    Can't pick one, I have way too many

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  1. Normally, this wouldn't bother me but it does. And the reason why it does has to be with the fact I was being watched/stared at. Today, one of our VPs jammed a copy machine, and after he was unsuccessful in unjamming it. He left to reprint the documents on another copy machine. Well, while he was gone. I went to the machine and proceeded to unjam it which entailed my following the directions on the screen. Well, when he came back to retrieve the documents he sent to the other copy machine. He just stood at that machine watching me unjam the copy machine. After I unjammed it, I waited a minute to see if the machine will jam again then proceed to walk away, and as I walked away. The machine jammed again (I need to wait longer than a minute next time); so, I went back to it to see where else the paper jammed and proceeded to fix it. He continued to watch/stare at me while I fixed it. The only reason why he stopped watching/staring and walked away was because one of our IT guys walked in to tease me about breaking the copy machine and offer to help me since he heard me unjamming it. Unjamming a copy machine isn't an issue for me. I am more than happy to unjam the bloody machine if I know how. The issue is that I was being watched/stared at while doing it. Typically, if a machine jams at work someone (1) asks someone to help them unjam it, (2) unjams it themselves or (3) walks away and leaves it to be someone else's problem. There is no staring/watching involved. If a person asks for help to unjam the machine it is a team effort, and if someone happens to walk by you while you are unjamming the machine. They just walk by and make a comment or offer to help you. They do not watch/stare. This isn't the first time he has watched/stared at me. He has done this before while I was walking to our other VPs office to drop a folder off, and even after I said to him I am not going to his office. He just keep on watching me and chuckled. Another time he stared at me while I was about to leave the kitchen and he was walking by it. One of my boss' scared him because he was so focused on me walking out the kitchen. So... after writing this. I have come to the conclusion that I just do not being watched/stared at without a rhyme or reason or someone saying something because I become uncomfortable after I realize I am being watched/started at.
  2. I'm guessing one of your favorite TV shows is battlestar galactica? :-P  
    Hi from So Cal. 

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    2. ChemFem

      ChemFem

      Six is sexy but Starbuck is my favorite.

    3. Femme Lusting

      Femme Lusting

      I want Six to seduce, then corrupt me.  I want Eight to fall in love with me, then go sleeper agent psycho on me.  I want Leoben to imprison me only to find me turning the table on him and make him worship me!

    4. amsterrock

      amsterrock

      I'll settle for Athena.

  3. When people make you feel what you think/believe is all in your head, and so you are crazy to believe/think what you believe/think.
  4. I am from So Cal. I am a hop skip and jump from Anaheim
  5. Well it turned out to be a bust. I was the one who was always initiating the conversations and when I finally decided to let her make contact, she has yet to texted me. Thanks Hungry!
  6. So, this past Saturday,I met a woman and attempted to flirt with her. I guess I did okay because we exchanged numbers. I decided to text her today to say hey, and we started chatting. I have to admit, this is completely new for me, and I feel like I over analyze everything she asks or says and I also do the same for me. Additionally, I tend to freakout if she stops texting me because I think I have scared her away.
  7. I think I strongly like a person but I am hesitant to make any subtle indications to that person.

  8. Puzzled.... Have you ever gotten the feeling a conversation was supposed to go a certain way after the conversation has happened? Well today, I got that feeling. Last week was my last day on the job. My boss and I were finally clicking; so, I would say whatever her issue was with me has finally been fixed or temporarily fixed. She got to experience firsthand how I become very unpleased with myself when I make mistakes. She remarked that her son and I act the same way when behave or do things that are not up to our standards. And then she started calling me Sheldon (Sheldon from the Big Bang Theory TV show) a few times. This isn't the first time she called me Sheldon. She has called me Sheldon several times before due to the way I knock on her door or when I exhibit behavior similar to his (I hazarding a guess as I don't really see a connection between his behaviors and mine). By mid-afternoon, she asked if it was okay if they called me if they needed an explanation on the tasks I was working on as a last resort since I know my tasks like the back of my hand. I said yes, and that if she wasn't able to get ahold of me. She could have my coworker contact me since for some odd reason she is always able to get ahold of me no matter the time of day. Please keep in mind, I keep forgetting my boss has my number and it is her who always reminds me that she has it. During our last conversation, she stated (1) that I had a very bright future ahead of myself and (2) she will be more than happy to read my thesis. I told her thank you, that was very kind of her. I did remind her during our last conversation that we don't know for sure if I am officially not coming back. I can't put my finger on it but it was like she wanted to say more and/or was expecting me to say more. I am the type of person who doesn't get all mushy or emotional and she knows that. She has remarked to other individuals that I am stoic at times. Why do I feel like the conversation was supposed to go a different way? I don't know, it is just a feeling I am getting.
  9. Hello and welcome
  10. League of their own gets me every time
  11. When I can't sleep, I either read a book or listen to TED talks.
  12. So, today I placed a folder with a document in it in my boss' inbox (The folder had a sticky note on it). Then I walked out. My boss says loudly, " I hate it when you do that". Wtf?! I am confused. When she is busy she wants me to do that. I don't get it. Yes she was sitting at her desk, but she was on her computer. I am not a mind reader. From now on, I guess I will knock and hand her stuff. And if she gets all snippy, I will just say you said I hate it when I drop stuff in your inbox and walking out.