9 Things You Should Never Say to Your Coworkers

Think before you speak.


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Your Lips Are Sealed - The office can be a tricky place, full of people who aren't who they seem and stumbling blocks that could set you back in your career. Here, the things you should keep out of your mouth to make your journey a bit easier. (Photo: Klaus Vedfelt/Getty Images)


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"I Can't Stand Her." - Whether you're talking about your boss or another coworker, you never know how people are connected and you could end up with your foot in your mouth. (Photo: Jon Feingersh Photography Inc/Getty Images)


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"Are You Pregnant?!" - Yeah, don't do that to yourself. Or her. (Photo: Shestock/Getty Images)


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"Man, I Went Way Too Hard Last Night." - No one needs to know that your supposedly professional self is still drunk from last night. (Photo: JGI/Jamie Grill/Getty Images)


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"I Don't F With Trump." - The office is not the place to discuss politics — leave that stuff at home. (Photo: Sean Justice/Getty Images)


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"Yo, Did You Hear About...?" - Unless you want to be labeled the untrustworthy office gossip, keep folks' business to yourself. (Photo: JGI/Jamie Grill/Getty Images)


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"How Much Do You Make?" - It's literally none of your business, and you might not like what you hear. (Photo: Jose Luis Pelaez Inc../Getty Images)


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"That's Not My Job." - No one cares. Do it, or convince the higher-ups to respect your actual job description so your coworkers will, too. (Photo: Alvarez/Getty Images)


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"My Interview Went So Well!" - No matter how close you think you are, it's not cool to tell your coworker that you're looking for a new gig. Even if she's trustworthy, you could be putting her in an awkward spot.(Photo: Klaus Vedfelt/Getty Images)


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"Why Are You So Dressed Up?" - On the flip side, don't ask why the chick in the next cubicle is wearing a suit. You might be outing her job search.(Photo: Hero Images/Getty Images)