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post #16 of 118
Why would anyone feel that it was appropriate to grab a piece of cake with their hands? I would not let my own children do this in the privacy of our own home! ARGHH!!!! I do like the idea of sending the company a bill -- you do not have anything to lose at this point!
post #17 of 118
Oh. My. God. What a freak! And let me guess, did he take a swig of milk right out of the communal jug after he finished his cake?

He's probably too stupid to be embarrassed. Definitely send them a bill.
post #18 of 118
I was at the grocery store yesterday and boy was I hungry. I did not, however, decide to sample every piece of fruit there, or take a bite out of that delicious-looking chèvre in the cheese counter.

Who tears a chunk off a cake that hasn't been cut and then justifies it by saying he was hungry?? If he had done that to me he'd have been wearing the damned cake.

Wanker.
post #19 of 118
OMG! I had to go back & read your post again. You did say he put his hand in the cake right???? icon_eek.gif What a freaking retard!!! Not only was he a real idiot for touching something that wasn't his but he was even so stupid as to put his nasty hands in a cake. At that point I may have blew my lid & really let him have it. How NASTY!!! AMAZING how silly people can be. I just hate when people act like they have never seen food before, which I why I stay away from food functions at work. I would hate to be written up or fired for going off on someone behind some food, but that is a real pet peev of mine. Sorry that happened to you & your cake.
post #20 of 118
I would have been pissed too. What a rude person. No one should ever just grab a piece of cake with their hands. Even my kids know this.
post #21 of 118
Definitely tell his boss. I'm sure he/she will be curious to know why they just lost your business.

Some ppl just never learned the common sense laws. I always boggles my mind when I see these ppl. I bet he goes into the common refridgerator at work and starts taking lunches when "he's hungry".
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post #22 of 118
Ok, now really where is the punchline? Normal people, heck my 6 year old does not act like that, let alone a grown man in a professional setting! I am so sorry that happen to you and I so agree to send that man a FULL PRICE bill!
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post #23 of 118
I agree fully!!! send his boss a very professional bill with a full explanation as to what happened! People like that who have the audacity to even do such a thing have no concept that they did anything wrong until they are hit with major ramifications, and even then it doesn't phase them! Send the boss a bill and hope that they'll do something, like someone else said, you have nothing else to lose!!!
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post #24 of 118
That is a bit much, how could you just take something that does not belong to you, with your hands!
That's worse that the people here at work, at least they wait till you leave something overnight before they just take it.
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post #25 of 118
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Originally Posted by Ruby2uesday

I agree fully!!! send his boss a very professional bill with a full explanation as to what happened! People like that who have the audacity to even do such a thing have no concept that they did anything wrong until they are hit with major ramifications, and even then it doesn't phase them! Send the boss a bill and hope that they'll do something, like someone else said, you have nothing else to lose!!!
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Agree with these suggestions. His boss needs to know just how this buffoon is representing his company!
post #26 of 118
I agree with everyone else that said send him a bill for the full price and a copy to his supervisor advising them of his behaviour. Not only was he unprofessional he was rude, disgusting and lacking common sense. Sorry this happened to you because a happy event turned into leaving you with proof that some people are beyond hope!
post #27 of 118
Definitely tell his boss he has a pig working for him....totally unacceptable.. thumbsdown.gif
post #28 of 118
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Originally Posted by minorfan

Send him a FULL price bill for the cake and send one to his boss with the explanation of why you are sending a bill. Type it up and make it look very professional and make sure you had on there that it must be paid with in 7 business days.



I agree with minor fan, send his boss a bill with an explanation. thumbs_up.gif
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post #29 of 118
I would contact the boss and send a bill too but he would have gotten much more than a hand slap if I was the one who spent all the time decorating the cake-lol! icon_smile.gif
post #30 of 118
ok, as a salesperson myself I feel strongly that you heed to report his behavior to his manager.

Salespeople don't just sell. We represent a company and need to be professional at all times.

If you pull your business, that loss in revenue effects not just the salesman but also everyone else working at that company.

Who knows what other boorish behavior he is inflicting on other customers.

sorry your cake was ruined
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