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  • MalahatTwo7
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    Originally posted by FWDbuff View Post
    Management screws me in the firehouse all the time....does that count?
    That reminds me of something we used to say when I worked with the Armoured Corps.

    "I love the !ucking Army and the Army loves !ucking me!"

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  • FWDbuff
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    Management screws me in the firehouse all the time....does that count?

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  • Dickey
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    So after this late breaking news about not screwing your co-workers.........

    is it still legal on your last night of the swing to push all the beds together????

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  • MasterMerlin
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    Originally posted by MemphisE34a View Post
    P***y is like sleep. You can't go back and make it up.
    That's just funny!!! But isn't it fun trying though!!!

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  • MemphisE34a
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    P***y is like sleep. You can't go back and make it up. Once you miss it, you miss it no matter where it happens to be coming from.

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  • MalahatTwo7
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    SCVFD, I had a very similar relationship back at my old dept, and mostly it did work as you describe. And worked very well... mostly. Other than being able to anticipate each other thoughts/actions on a scene - which also comes from working together over a long period of time - no one would have guessed without knowing that we were a couple.

    Even when things changed between us, we still worked well on the field together and that carried on up till she finally left the dept.


    However, personal relationships like that is not something that I would recommend as something to try. As for inter-agency relations, I dont really see a problem there, as neither of you are ever going to be in the other chain of command, except for specific incidents - maybe. And even then it should not really make much affect on things.

    An old saying about "Birds of a Feather...."???

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  • RFDACM02
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    Originally posted by scvfd412 View Post
    At the risk of sounding 'cliche', yeah, we are different. On a fire scene, it's almost like we don't even know each other. I have never expected any special treatment from him just because I'm his wife. And if there is a problem at home, I leave it at home. I know alot of you are like 'yeah right' but its true. My marriage and my job are totally separate. There is a time and a place for everything. And the fire scene is not the place to discuss him coming home a little too late and home is not the place discuss a mistake that might have been made on the fire scene. So, some people can do it and be okay, and others can't.
    Like I said, there are factors you probably cannot see. First is what everyone else thinks. Does everyone in your dept. agree that you two don't give each other preferential treatment. How about if one of you screwed up really bad, a firing or suspension offense? And I would agree the fire scene porobably is not the issue at all. How about around the station? Training, station duties? Are you two working as career firefighters in the same station? And as I said, things usually are tolerable until the relationship ends, then look how professioanl people are, using their kids, pets and money to get at each other. I truly mean no offense to you personnaly, but I think some things need to remain off limits for everyone's protection. It is a fire officers job to expect the unexpected and an unhealthy domestic dispute in the future can be avoided by not allowing relationships within the firehouse. I suppose I do see this a different issue in career depts vs. volunteer depts.

    Oliecan: I didn't mean to tie the sex in the station comment to you. I was suprised at other comments that implied that it was OK as long as no one finds out.

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  • nadeau526
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    Does this also go with lets say FF and Cops in the same town that decide to date? Not with the same agency yet run into each other on firegrounds or accident scenes?

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  • OlieCan
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    Originally posted by RFDACM02 View Post
    That is a great big IF!!! I'll bet more than 50% are so stupid about it to the point that you'd shake your head!

    How many of you that think it's OK as long as no one gets caught are officers? Do you know the legal aspects of the types of power? I can't believe some people would even condone having sex in the firehouse. Just plain stupid!!
    Where did I say anything about having sex in the firehouse? I simply said it should be ok to have relationships between firefighters working at the same dept. I never said they could or should be able to have sex in the firehouse.

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  • scvfd412
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    Originally posted by RFDACM02 View Post
    And neither will you if you hit a rough patch! (I hope that doesn't ever happen)But, everyone wants to say, "no we're different!" Trust me I've seen it happen more than once. Talk about getting ugly. And you the officer rarely hears the talking behind your backs about preferential treatments and the perception that a relationship comes with strings attached that affect 100% of your life.
    At the risk of sounding 'cliche', yeah, we are different. On a fire scene, it's almost like we don't even know each other. I have never expected any special treatment from him just because I'm his wife. And if there is a problem at home, I leave it at home. I know alot of you are like 'yeah right' but its true. My marriage and my job are totally separate. There is a time and a place for everything. And the fire scene is not the place to discuss him coming home a little too late and home is not the place discuss a mistake that might have been made on the fire scene. So, some people can do it and be okay, and others can't.

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  • doughesson
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    Originally posted by scfire86 View Post
    I don't think my wife, or my crew's wives would appreciate us having sex.
    Not at my old department,either.Most of the women were either married or otherwise engaged.
    The only available females were various members daughters and only messed with if someone wanted to see"I have a shotgun,100 acres,a backhoe and my brother is the Sheriff"in action.
    I've dated women at my "real job" and since none of them worked out,I have a strict"No fishing off the company pier"attitude about it.Yes,we are adults but if you break up,it WILL affect your work at the house and how the team works together.

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  • RFDACM02
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    Originally posted by scvfd412 View Post
    But thats just us, some people can't separate their professional lives and their personal lives.
    And neither will you if you hit a rough patch! (I hope that doesn't ever happen)But, everyone wants to say, "no we're different!" Trust me I've seen it happen more than once. Talk about getting ugly. And you the officer rarely hears the talking behind your backs about preferential treatments and the perception that a relationship comes with strings attached that affect 100% of your life.

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  • RFDACM02
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    Originally posted by OlieCan View Post
    If people aren't stupid about it, there shouldn't even need to be a discussion.
    That is a great big IF!!! I'll bet more than 50% are so stupid about it to the point that you'd shake your head!

    How many of you that think it's OK as long as no one gets caught are officers? Do you know the legal aspects of the types of power? I can't believe some people would even condone having sex in the firehouse. Just plain stupid!!

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  • scvfd412
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    Originally posted by scfire86 View Post
    I don't think my wife, or my crew's wives would appreciate us having sex.
    LOL Thats great!

    My husband and I are on the same department. Have been for the last 6 years. Never had any problems. He got an officer position, never had any problems. Now we are both officers, but he is a higher ranking officer and we don't have any problems.

    But thats just us, some people can't separate their professional lives and their personal lives.

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  • beachffgirl
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    Originally posted by DrParasite View Post
    eh, I'll bite. if co-workers want to have sex (whether it be guy and girl, guy and guy, or girl and girl), who is anyone to say anything about it? The only time the department should get involved is if the relationship affects the job that be being done.
    Agreed - However, if you take the step, take the consequences.... good, bad or ugly....

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