Work: A Serious Dating Game

Whether it's the thrill of instant attraction, or the slow simmer of a friendship that turns to love, just about everyone has found romance at the office at some point in their professional lives. Sometimes it's stupid, and sometimes it's sublime. And sometimes it's both.

Tell us your stories -- good and bad -- or ask for advice from those who've loved a co-worker and survived. (And keep it clean.)

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By Bob Greiner |  April 6, 2006; 2:06 PM ET  | Category:  Cubicle Love
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Stay away from it. Office love is like apartment building love, nothing good can ever come from it (no matter what you may think or what goes down) in the end. Especially from the male perspective.

Posted by: JayVA | June 8, 2006 01:51 PM

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