Is this o.k. to put on a postcard?
I will be sending a postcard to a man who I know only on a professional basis. Is it o.k. for me to write 'wish you were here' on the card? I do have romantic feelings for him, but he doesn't know that. I don't want to do anything wrong.
- Common SenseLv 78 months ago
Totally unprofessional, don't do it.
- Candy coatedLv 68 months ago
It is not, he's a co-worker and it's best to keep things professional.
- John PLv 78 months ago
He will soon understand your romantic feelings if you write "Wish you were here".
- GEEGEELv 78 months ago
I wouldn't send him a post card at all, and nothing with "wish you were here" at all.
My inclination would be to try to get to know him better, in person, and ideally (or not) move forward from there.
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- LiverGirl98Lv 78 months ago
Given you only know this person on a professional basis, perhaps consider changing your wording along the lines of 'I am having a great time, you would like it here.'
- deniseLv 78 months ago
You could re-word it,
Maybe put ;- You'd love it here, you should have come too.
- PearlLv 78 months ago
i dont see anything wrong with that
- FoofaLv 78 months ago
Just to avoid any confusion maybe you should go with, "Bet you wish you were here". This works best if the pic on the postcard is of some lovely scenery.
- LitaLv 68 months ago
Not appropriate for a postcard to someone you only know in a professional capacity.
- 8 months ago
Maybe something more suttle like hope to see you again soon.