I work in an office.
A large office. With a warehouse.
Probably about 120 people, give or take .
I’ve been in this building for 6 years.
I bring in my breakfast sandwiches and put them in the freezer. This way I have them when I get to work and do not have to stop at WaWa for a Sizzli.
I brought a brand new box in yesterday, threw it in the freezer but forgot to write my name on it.
This shouldn’t have been a problem because the last box I didn’t write my name on it and no one touched it.
Not so much with this box.
I went to get one of the four biscuits this morning. Imagine my surprise when I found the box open and one biscuit left.
Yes, someone or some people, at my food and left me one.
Guess I should be grateful.
Who does that?
You know you didn’t buy it.
You also know that my company doesn’t provide you with breakfast so those sandwiches belong to someone who shelled out money for them.
I was going to put a sign up, well I did but took it down because I didn’t want to get it trouble.
Here is what it said:
The balls of some people just astound me.
Didn’t their parents teach them any better?
Do they not know right from wrong?
Or do they just not care?
I would have given the whole box away, had he/she/they just asked.
That’s all it would have taken.
“May I please have one?”
Sure thing. Take them all if you want.
It just made me feel violated.
Have you had someone eat your food at work? Or worse?