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After the executive hired a hot new secretary, it was only a few days before he put the moves on her. She readily agreed and they had a great time.

But after a week or so, she started taking advantage of their relationship, showing up late for work, being surly to clients, losing messages, turning out sloppy work.

Finally, he pulled her aside for a little talk. "Listen, baby, we may have gone to bed together a few times, but who said you could start slacking off on the job?

She gave him a sly smile and purred, "My lawyer!"

 

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