Keep It Quiet
Obviously, the number one giveaway that you’re up to no good is your volume. If your coworkers can hear you getting lucky outside your office, you’re sure to get busted sooner or later; probably sooner if it’s obvious what’s going on, and then you’ll be out in no time. Keep the volume down by covering her mouth or by going slow with her. Maintain a simple position so that you two won’t shift around and make any telltale noises that way. Just missionary with her laying on your desk or cowgirl with her on your lap is best for staying quiet.
Boasting might come naturally to you after a great lay, but remember that loose lips sink ships. Telling all your buddies at work about how your girlfriend came over and rode you during lunch might seem like a great idea, but it’s an awful idea when some wrong person ends up overhearing. This guy might end up taking this matter to your boss and costing you your job! If you really have to tell your friends, tell them outside of work so you can keep the risks on the low.
It isn’t very suspect if your girlfriend comes up to have lunch with you in your office – it just shows that she really cares about you! Keep suspicion away by closing the office blinds while you two do your thing; it’s a common measure taken for privacy, the same as you would do while talking to a fellow employee or a client. It also keeps your fellow workers from seeing what’s going on in there. You also have to be careful to not mess up your office supplies or the room during the act. If your office was clean before she came and a wreck when she leaves, it’s pretty obvious what went on during your lunch hour.
Keep cologne and a hairbrush handy in your desk for after these midday rendezvous so you can clean up quickly. Make sure your tie is done up properly, shirt is buttoned correctly, and your pants are completely done up. If you come out smelling like sweat and sex, people are going to talk and you won’t have been subtle at all. Don’t take any risks – follow all of these tips! Lunchtime hookups are a great way to relieve stress, but it’s important to be careful so you can keep your job!