“I know, Jeff’s such a nice guy, it seems like he doesn’t want to do anything to hurt her,” Amy said.
“He still hasn’t talked to Cindy since what happened at Barbados, has he?” Tabs asked Amy.
“I don’t think so,” Amy said. “What’s the point, anyway? Cindy apparently is going to do whatever she wants, irregardless of what Jeff says.”
They looked over the fresh batches of pictures from the investigators.
“Some of what she is doing is hot, but she’s a married woman, I’m probably just upset because she’s being disrespectful and disparaging Jeff,” Tabs pointed out.
“Yeah, I think some of the sex games she gets up to are interesting fantasies, but I wouldn’t want to treat my husband and family like shit to fulfill those fantasies,” Amy said.
“But you and Jeff have hooked up,” Tabs interjected.
“Not really, we’ve had some fun with oral sex, but that’s about it,” Amy said.
“It’s still sex. Aren’t you cheating on your husband like Cindy is?” Tabs said.
“No way! We’ve always had an open relationship. Not really open, but we have a more European understanding about it. It’s just sex. Something that just happens, like spontaneously buying something that catches your eye when you’re out having lunch or something,” Amy said.
“Hmm,” Tabs pondered. “I guess I can understand that. We’ve all gone through our pre-employment intern program before being hired by Jeff. Everyone has to spend a year working abroad as an intern in one of our European offices.”
“Yeah, I think being exposed to a broader cultural background makes it easier to understand the dynamics of relationships better,” Amy said.
“I agree,” Tabs said. “I mean, company wide, our employee divorce rate is only around 20%. That’s less than half the national average in the United States.”
“I think it does make a big difference. Working abroad and experiencing life from a different perspective for an extended period of time,” Amy agreed.
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