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Just Joan: She thinks we're too loud to go out with.

Byline: Joan Burnie

QWE are five girls who all work together. There is another girl and we get on with her as well - we thought.

We like to let our hair down once a month and she always says she'll come out with us, but she never does.

We thought it might be because of her boyfriend,but now I've heard from a friend of my mum's who works with her mum, that she thinks we are too loud and we drink too much.

But she is as nice as ninepence to our faces, so how do we handle this? We do not get rat ****d, we just have a really good time.

AFORGET it. You don't really know what your other colleague thinks about you and your girlie nights out. It's just someone trying to cause mischief and is very likely way off the mark.

For another, you don't want to begin an office feud and ruin your more or less harmonious working environment.

So get down off your high horses and just accept that we don't all enjoy the same things - and perhaps you should ask yourselves if there is some truth about your own behaviour.

QI WAS with a man for nearly a year, but we split up because of his jealousy.

If I even spoke to anyone else, he'd go into a huge huff for days. The problem is that I allowed him to take some very intimate photographs and a video of us having sex.

Now he's emailed and texted me to say that if I don't have sex with him, he'll send the pictures to a sex magazine and the video to mynew boyfriend.

ATHIS is blackmail - an offence. Tell him that you have reported his threats to the police and, furthermore, thanks to his text and the email, you have proof. Demand he returns the pictures, negatives and all copies of the video by return or he'll have the cops at his door. That should put his gas at a peep.
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Sep 4, 2003
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