These people are killing me


Written on Thursday, April 26, 2007 by Jessica

Someone has brought in cookies. And someone else -- I don't know who or I would kill them -- has left a snack-sized Baby Ruth candy bar in the fridge. It's been there for days. Why won't they eat their candy bar??

Have I mentioned that dieting bites?

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  1. Anonymous |

    Do what I do Jessica.
    If it stays in the Refrigerator for more than I week, out it goes. In fact, I just threw away a bunch of begals from last week. The little refrigerator here at work doesn't hold that much stuff, and people buy food everyday...hmm

    Start throwing away stuff, if anybody says anything, you just tell them that you don't know what they are talking about, tee hee.

    You: "someone threw away your cookies and chocolate bar?, sorry to hear that, my goodness, SOME PEOPLE!!"

  2. Jessica |

    The company sent out a missive awhile back that basically said, "Don't throw something away unless it's yours," which is stupid because if people threw away their own stuff, no one else would have to do it for them.

    The company made that rule because a couple of employees decided one night to clean out the ENTIRE fridge without warning. They threw away containers, lunch boxes, thermoses, EVERYTHING. It didn't matter how old or new the item was. Whoops, I lied. They did save one item -- my breastmilk cooler. It's a good thing, too. Otherwise someone would have been buying me a new cooler, bottles, and ice pack. That stuff ain't cheap.

    Anyhow, I found the candy bar culprit: a remote employee who comes to the office a couple times a month. I made her eat her candy bar. She's a successful dieter, so she felt sufficiently guilty for torturing me.

    I think I'm going to adopt your strategy. "I have no idea who threw out your moldy chicken surprise. What a bastard. The nerve."


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