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    Like a catholic in the confessional booth I'm ready to come clean....

    I nick people's grub out of the fridge.
    Nothing substantial like a frozen chicken or a whole box of Crunchy Nut Cornflakes, just the odd spoon of jam or sploosh of milk.

    And. Personally. I feel no guilt!
    Mwuahahaha!


    Am I a prime example of deplorable student-excrement?
    Or other food bandits assembled to fight my corner?
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    Like a catholic in the confessional booth I'm ready to come clean....

    I nick people's grub out of the fridge.
    Nothing substantial like a frozen chicken or a whole box of Crunchy Nut Cornflakes, just the odd spoon of jam or sploosh of milk.

    And. Personally. I feel no guilt!
    Mwuahahaha!


    Am I a prime example of deplorable student-excrement?
    Or other food bandits assembled to fight my corner?
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    What about germs????!?!?!?!?!??!!??!?!

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    I live life dangerously.
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    (Original post by IRL Goat)
    Like a catholic in the confessional booth I'm ready to come clean....

    I nick people's grub out of the fridge.
    Nothing substantial like a frozen chicken or a whole box of Crunchy Nut Cornflakes, just the odd spoon of jam or sploosh of milk.

    And. Personally. I feel no guilt!
    Mwuahahaha!


    Am I a prime example of deplorable student-excrement?
    Or other food bandits assembled to fight my corner?
    I will admit that I have stolen the odd splash of milk in my time (can't drink black tea) but nothing more! Also, milk is one of those things where if you're DESPERATE not to have people know you pinched it you can pour a bit of milk back into the bottle once you've been to the shop (after you've stolen a bit for a fortifying cup of tea though, we are all human here).

    Food's one of those weird things where it can piss you off greatly if you feel something's been "nicked", but if somebody woke you up at 8am to ask if they can have a bit of bread or whatever you say "of course you ******* can" and wonder why they bothered to wake you.

    In my mind though, it's always best to ask, if only to get the reputation as somebody who DOES ask. Then when that block of cheese or pack of bacon vanishes you'll escape suspicion.
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    I nicked my mates plasma.
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    (Original post by Finbar21)
    What about germs????!?!?!?!?!??!!??!?!

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    What a strange response.
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xebSF8vRvZI
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    Hmmm, see if I actually LIKED my flat mates maybe I'd extend the manners to ask.

    But they're mostly knob-ends.
    Maybe I've gone a bit vigilantee.


    Karma will punish me I guess if I deserve it.
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    Yeah, I do take a bit of other's milk out the fridge if mine's run out, and I expect they do the same with mine. Same with butter too and we kind of share sugar in the flat, but having 7 bottles of milk in the fridge makes no sense whatsoever, so I think we may start sharing a bit.
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    You are the scum of the earth! :rant:
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    That's brilliant :rofl:
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    I WEED A LITTLE BIT
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    If someone steals my stuff they're getting slapped.
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    Reach an agreement to share milk and certain lesser-used products and then you won't be being a naughty.
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    That video is GLORIOUS

    Exactly, if you can't spare a bit of milk when you've practically got a whole cow in the fridge then you're being a bit precious in my book.

    Sharing is looovvveeee.
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    You should be ashamed.
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    I think I'd be rather cheesed off if somebody ate something I bought and was looking forward to eating. Otherwise, it's usually acceptable or OK. Only something I'd really bring up in an argument.
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    When it's not enough milk or whatever to notice, it's fine. It's people that take the whole bottle in the course of a day who really really bug me. It wasn't theirs and I couldn't have any cereal!
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    Didn't you expect stuff to get nicked at uni?
    I heard a bazillion horror stories.
 
 
 
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