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escapades. The rules don’t change
a whole lot from what’s socially
acceptable in the workplace.
“The taboo subjects are the
same taboo subjects that would
be taboo in the office,” says Kolers.
Levels of intimacy vary, too.
The ideal place to be an “open
kimono,” Sayer says, isn’t amongst
“You don’t trash your co-work-
ers, you don’t trash your boss, you
don’t trash your husband or your
wife. You’re out for a good time,
so it’s not a place for therapy or
Or for testing physical bound-
aries. A team hug may be toler-
able. A slap on the rear is cross-
ing the line. “I’d take it down a
notch” in relation to what’s
acceptable between friends,
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