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Asked by missingbite (7486 points ) February 3rd, 2010

I understand the NSFW system but if you are at work shouldn’t you not be on Fluther and really working?

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Fred931's avatar

I thought being on Fluther was a job.

Arp's avatar

I wish it had its own “Tab” like the “Meta” section, but I guess I am the only one that thinks so :(

Jude's avatar

I sneak on whilst working.

I shouldn’t, but, I do.

Ansible1's avatar

People do get breaks

erichw1504's avatar

Work? Oh, yea! That thing I’m supposed to be doing right now. Thanks for reminding me.

TehRoflMobile's avatar

I’m at school right now.

buckyboy28's avatar

If there was a meta section within the meta section, this is where I would place this question. Thinking about it too long makes my head hurt.

gemiwing's avatar

So perhaps we should use a NSFWYCEOPoPWDWTRAOPSE ?

Not safe for work, young children, easily offended people or people who don’t want to read about other people’s sexual exploits?

missingbite's avatar

@Fred931 If you figure out how to make money at this let me know cause I’m in! GA

CMaz's avatar

“if you are at work shouldn’t you not be on Fluther and really working?”

Shhhhhhhhhh

eponymoushipster's avatar

NSFW is a general term implying “adult content”. Some people, even at home, don’t want to involve themselves with those questions.

missingbite's avatar

@eponymoushipster GA! I had not thought of that. But still? Work, really?

eponymoushipster's avatar

@missingbite some people have very liberal workspaces, and are allowed to surf. I’ve had several jobs like that. even with that allowance, you can’t view certain things in the workplace.

Fred931's avatar

@missingbite If you spent hours sitting in front of a spreadsheet on your computer almost every day, you would be just as tempted as anyone else.

jbfletcherfan's avatar

I’m at work. Boring & quiet here, so I fluther with my peeps.

Bluefreedom's avatar

I’ve convinced my employers that Fluther enhances my work ethic and increases my productivity. They now encourage my participation on Fluther when I’m not working at work. It’s a win win scenario.

EmpressPixie's avatar

So… I’m at school. I’m a college student, but I would really rather have some warning before a whole bunch of really interesting stuff hits my screen. I have every right to Fluther here, but that doesn’t mean I want students walking by to think I’m super-sexed or whatever.

Also, when I was working, I was allowed to do whatever I wanted in my downtime. One of my bosses actually suggested bringing a book to work.

eponymoushipster's avatar

@EmpressPixie you’re not supersexed?~

jbfletcherfan's avatar

@Bluefreedom Suuuure. I think you need to go back to the drawing board.

timtrueman's avatar

I can’t really avoid being on Fluther at work…

janbb's avatar

@timtrueman I want your job!

nebule's avatar

@gemiwing soooo gonna have to use that at some point! x ;-)

Simone_De_Beauvoir's avatar

I’m at work – I have an emotionally taxing job…whenever I can, I fluther to deal with the tensions mounting inside my head.

drClaw's avatar

I’m salary, they don’t care what I do as long as my job gets done.

stranger_in_a_strange_land's avatar

Some employers are interested only in results, not minute-by-minute work monitoring.

SeventhSense's avatar

@Fred931
LMAO- Yes. This shit is taxing.

augustlan's avatar

I’ve got the same problem as @timtrueman. ;)

Foolaholic's avatar

In my place of employment, I’m left to my own devices until a client actually walks in the door, so I spend a lot of my free time on Fluther.

@Arp You know, that’s not a bad idea at all.

AnonymousWoman's avatar

@missingbite I agree, unless you work for Fluther… or have another good reason to be on here.

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