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post #61 of 96
If it's not yours don't take it. I always left my food in the work refrigerator, but I wasn't worried about cross contamination because I didn't set my unwrapped food in the fridge, it was either in a container or a ziplock bag. I also cleaned it once a week =) We had about 60 people working there and I would never think to just take someone's lunch. At lunch time people would go to get their lunch and it would be gone. My BOSS, of all people, put ex-lax in his drink and we found out real fast who the thief was and he was let go. I feel like they get what's coming to them. My kids even know better than to do something like that. It's ridiculous. If someone got sick from eating a stolen lunch, that's his/her own fault. So are we supposed to put a list of ingredients on our lunches so the person who's stealing them won't get sick. I'm not that considerate =)
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Drew-14, Jay-9, Rhian-6, Kaleb-4, and Sonny Marcelo Acosta (who's in heaven) July 24, 2008 You will always have my heart, and Nicholas 2
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post #62 of 96
My DS had a doctor who recommended that I put Maalox in his milk because he didn't like the taste. So what if I had that in my lunch and I was going to take it to my DS later but someone stole it and got sick, I am liable for that? I find that hard to believe. The bosses brother was the one that told him to put ex-lax in his drink, and he's a cop. I highly doubt he would tell someone to do something illegal!


I will stop rambling on now =)
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Mommy to:
Drew-14, Jay-9, Rhian-6, Kaleb-4, and Sonny Marcelo Acosta (who's in heaven) July 24, 2008 You will always have my heart, and Nicholas 2
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Drew-14, Jay-9, Rhian-6, Kaleb-4, and Sonny Marcelo Acosta (who's in heaven) July 24, 2008 You will always have my heart, and Nicholas 2
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post #63 of 96
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Originally Posted by Melvira

I wasn't going to respond because I don't like to stir up trouble, but now that two comments have been made specifically pointing out what I said, I feel like I'd just like to defend myself a little. If you are allergic to peanuts and you steal my lunch and eat a sandwich that you don't realize has peanut butter in it, am I going to jail? Am I morally responsible for whatever happens to you? And we're not talking about 8 pounds of Exlax... cut me some slack. I'm not a murderer or a terrorist, and I can assure you I don't find heart attacks funny in the least. But please take a step into the real world and realize that if you steal something and ingest it, that is the risk you run. You are responsible for your own actions.



100% agree! Yet, you could be held responsible because our judicial system is a joke these days (like in Liar Liar). I, personally, like the idea of ex-lax terrorism in the lunch room though. icon_lol.gif

Anyway, I'm sorry someone was low enough to steal a cake! icon_eek.gif It doesn't surprise me though. People really do lack moral fiber these days. Hopefully karma will come back tenfold on the thief.
post #64 of 96
Once again, I want to say I am sorry for the stolen cake... but it was just cake! You cannot remove the occasion's memory.

"Holier than thou" is definitely not my description, but you all seem like the villagers with the torches of fire... I will go against the majority and shout out that you all need to realize what you are saying. These are sophomoric and dangerous solutions.

Vengeance is never a solution; it is a continuation of the situation.

Office theft is theft. Treat it as such and quit acting worse than the hungry thief.

The bully is not the thief... you may want to read all of your answers again, as if you were explaining it to your innocent children or to your pastor.
post #65 of 96
I'm just gonna stop watching this topic because I can see where this is headed. Have a good one guys... it's been fun!
Melvira: Mistress of the dark... chocolate!

Well that's just great. Peanut butter in my crack.
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Melvira: Mistress of the dark... chocolate!

Well that's just great. Peanut butter in my crack.
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post #66 of 96
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Originally Posted by lutie

... as if you were explaining it to your innocent children ...



"honey.....if you do bad things, then bad things could happen because of your wrong decision. If you don't follow the rules, then you pay the price. If you don't cross at the light, you might get hit by a car. If you cheat on a test, then you never learn. If you hit another kid, they might just hit you back. If you steal, then you go to jail or get diarrhea."

You mean like that? icon_lol.gif
post #67 of 96
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Originally Posted by indydebi

Quote:
Originally Posted by lutie

... as if you were explaining it to your innocent children ...



"honey.....if you do bad things, then bad things could happen because of your wrong decision. If you don't follow the rules, then you pay the price. If you don't cross at the light, you might get hit by a car. If you cheat on a test, then you never learn. If you hit another kid, they might just hit you back. If you steal, then you go to jail or get diarrhea."

You mean like that? icon_lol.gif



Wowza!! To which my 6 yr old would reply---OOHHHHHH!
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post #68 of 96
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Originally Posted by indydebi

Quote:
Originally Posted by lutie

... as if you were explaining it to your innocent children ...



"honey.....if you do bad things, then bad things could happen because of your wrong decision. If you don't follow the rules, then you pay the price. If you don't cross at the light, you might get hit by a car. If you cheat on a test, then you never learn. If you hit another kid, they might just hit you back. If you steal, then you go to jail or get diarrhea."

You mean like that? icon_lol.gif


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post #69 of 96
And here in Texas, we have the "castle law". You enter my property, I can shoot. Do I want to kill someone? HECK NO! Do I want to feel safe and NOT violated? HECK YES!

Penalty of a mouthful of cat food, exlax, or milk of magnesia---- I love it! It is mine- paws off please.

Remember- no crime, no foul!
post #70 of 96
You should pull all the hair from your brush and put it in a sandwich. No one ever died from eating a big ball of hair. icon_lol.gif I think I would also include some "pudding" made from mayonnaise and tuna juice and cocoa powder. We are food artists. We can get pretty disgustingly creative without resorting to drugs, for those worried about poisoning. icon_smile.gif
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post #71 of 96
Someone kept taking my jam from the office fridge for their breakfast bagel, so I added a good amount of Tabasco sauce to it. I've not had a problem since...
post #72 of 96
I wasn't gonna reply but I have too. I HATE A THIEF!!!!! I"m very sorry to hear that someone stole the cake.
I have to say this, If I have my week old tuna sandwich or whatever in the work fridge and you stole it, ate it and got sick. SERVES YOU RIGHT. Good! If you stole it you should get sick. You shouldn't steal. I totally agree with Melvira & Indydebi. Like it or not, you shouldn't steal. I teach my 3 yr old not to touch things that don't belong to him. Again, sorry to hear about the cake.

Stephanie
post #73 of 96
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jewelsb78 wrote:
i mean what if you put the ex-lax in your brownies on purpose because you needed a little help in that area



Hey, that's what I was gonna say! What if my doctor TOLD me to make exlax brownies for myself so I could... well, to quote Monk last night... "Do you have to make?" icon_lol.gif And don't think if I had a thief in my office I "fed" exlax brownies to, I wouldn't be asking that every time they got up!!! icon_twisted.gif "Do ya? Do you now? AGAIN?! Wow! That's like 3 times already! WHAT did you eat??"

It's MY food, I can do anything I dang please with it, YOU shouldn't be eating MY food unless I offer it to you. Now, to make laced brownies and OFFER them to someone. Now that's wrong. But if they come and take my food out of the fridge, hey-shakes head- not my fault. I didn't ask you to eat it.
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post #74 of 96
. . . heck . . . you could probably label the brownies as "laced with exlax" - "paws off" and they would still go missing . . . icon_lol.gificon_rolleyes.gif
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post #75 of 96
I'm shocked. I never heard of anyone stealing anything from our company refrigerator. My first job had probably 30 people that used the fridge, too. It just blows my mind that anyone would do that. I am absolutely disgusted that any of you has to deal with this, and especially about the wedding cake. What has this world come to?
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