Friday, July 1, 2016

Friday FAIL

We're back in the office kitchen or break room today. You've got to put your milk, juice, yogurt and other perishables somewhere, and theft is a perennial problem. Are your co-workers really that poor or hungry, or are they just too lazy to pack their own lunches? The thieves  below really need good spankings.

Debbie must not be very popular in this office

Milk gone bad

Two Daves in one office?

At least the thief is honest

Steve does have a good point

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From Hermione's Heart


Roz said...

LoL Hermoine, scary, but I have seen similar signs in our work kitchen lol. There are notices on all fridges saying if it isn't yours don't take it. These went up after a bulk load of McD's cheeseburgers but in the fridge by one of the bosses for her dinner disappeared lol. Refrigerated McD's...yuck! lol


Hermione said...

Roz - Ewww! They are okay warm, but cold? Forget it!


Aimless Rambling said...

It seems to be a world-wide problem. Food goes missing but spills, etc. get left behind.

WendelJones said...

Office fridges are disgusting. If I was going to bring food to work I would also bring a cooler and set it on my desk with a big “Not Debbie’s” sign.
Looks like Debbie needs a trip to the office woodshed.

Have a great weekend Hermoine!

ronnie said...

In our office fridge only the milk goes missing which I can't understand as there are two shops across the road that sells milk. Lazy or what.

Enjoyed your office kitchen fails. Thanks Hermione.


sixofthebest said...

July 1st being "Oh Canada Day", Hermione, enjoy your Independence Anniversary. May it be filled with joyous music, like your National Anthem.

Hermione said...

Leigh - It's quite a paradox!

Sir Wendel - Ours was usually disgusting. I often went through it and tossed expired bottles of condiments, as well as green and mouldy forgotten food.

Ronnie - Definitely lazy, and perhaps also cheap. Why spend money when you can get it free?

Six of the best - Thank you, but we are not independent. We are still part of the British empire, and the Queen is our sovereign. We celebrate being a country. It used to be called Dominion Day as we were a dominion then.