The Damn Man consists of real-life stories of sex, lies, infidelity and betrayal. According to statistics the workplace is the #1 place that married people are most likely to engage in infidelity. The Damn Man reflects primarily upon men who engaged in affairs and were the cause of their own downfall.
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According to statistics the workplace is the #1 place that married people are most likely to engage in infidelity; this makes a lot of sense because the workplace is an environment that allows for a lot of interaction. As people begin to get to know one another they share many of the same workplace attributes; team work, travel, long work hours, lunch hour and common workplace stress.
The stories in The Damn Man primarily reflect upon men who have engaged in marital affairs; the men are guilty of taking love for granted, they are arrogant and selfish; and in the end they were the loser. Their actions drove the women to react in the way they did.
Kurt Stewart had his eye on Janet every since she’d started at the company several months ago. He would watch her every morning when she came to work and couldn’t help but notice her nice legs when she would wear the short skirts. Even though this was inappropriate attire for the shop floor, he certainly didn’t mind. He would flirt with her every chance he could. She knew he was hot for her and she liked him too. But after learning that he was married to a woman named Cindy and they had a couple of kids she wasn’t interested.
One day in the hall on their way to break Janet told Kurt that she knew he was married.
“Yes, I‘m married, but what does that have to with anything?” Kurt only had one thing on his mind; he wanted to get under Janet’s skirt.
“I don’t fool around with married men,” she told him.
Kurt wanted her bad and figured that if he was separated from his wife Cindy he would have a chance with Janet. Hell, he didn’t want to marry her; he just wanted to lay her.
As weeks passed by he and Janet was spending most of their lunch breaks together. They seemed to have a lot in common and Kurt found her easy to talk with. The more time they spent together the more turned on he became and he wanted to take her to bed, but Janet was adamant that she would not involve herself with a married man.
After a few months Kurt had finally gotten up enough courage to move out of the house.