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I'm a Property Manager/Personal Concierge for a realestate development executive and his fiancee (well wife after this weekend). Basically, I'm his b!tch and I take care of his stuff for him like running errands, making sure the lawn service stays on top of things, pretty much whatever he wants. I'm technically self-employed but he's my only client and he gives me as many or few hours as I want.
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I'm a Property Manager/Personal Concierge for a realestate development executive and his fiancee (well wife after this weekend). Basically, I'm his b!tch and I take care of his stuff for him like running errands, making sure the lawn service stays on top of things, pretty much whatever he wants. I'm technically self-employed but he's my only client and he gives me as many or few hours as I want.
Ever steal anything? I would proly.
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Ever steal anything? I would proly.
Noper, he pays me well enough and I want a good reference when I quit. Plus he'll let me use anything but the Ferrari any time I want to as long as he doesn't need it at the time. The other thing is he is exactly the same size as me and he buys a new wardrobe for every season and gives me the "old" stuff so I'm usually pimping Versace or Gucci shirts, Zegna Custom or Prada suits etc. I figure he's given me about $20,000 worth of clothes and about half of them still had the tags on. My point is that he's a generous guy and because he trusts me I can be a recipient of that generosity so I would never think about breaking his trust. Plus, he's just a good guy, yeah he's rich, but he's really a genuinely nice person as well.
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What does everyone do for a living?

I am getting ready to go to work now... and am always seeing folks talking about ing while at work... something I cannot do... Therefore I was wondering what everyone does for a living... Just curious...

Yours truely manages a call center... outbound sales... yeah telemarketing... I have no access to internet @ work, plus I am extremely busy running around, delegating, disciplining, and otherwise going insane... Wouldn't have time to even if I had the internet.

Upon graduation this winter, I will probably end up as some sort of project manager... Why? Cause it pays well, I would good at it, and I cannot imagine myself going through life without at least 2 bleeding ulcers...

Inquiring minds want to know!
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I work in sales for a manufacturer of steel residental and light commercial building products.

So does that mean that when I am building the shop out behind the house, I can 1-stop shop with you??? Got a link to a site??
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I build these...basically. USAF.

WOW... You ever drop one???
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