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    Yes - But no one stole mine
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    Yes - But some of mine was stolen
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    No
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    Be honest :ninja:.
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    i saw a pack of chocolate digestives with half of em still there in the kitchen, i finished em off.
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    I said no then I remembered I was eating my flatmates biscuits. She won't mind though, so its not stealing? Someone stole my vodka :O but it was only about one drinks worth!
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    We had guidelines as to what was stealable and what was not and I know who would mind me taking what. People also nick bits of my stuff that they know I don't care about.
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    Someone stole my vodka last year in freshers
    I have occasionally nicked some of my flatmates milk when I ran out and wanted a cup of tea... mwahahah
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    You forgot
    "No - But some of mine was stolen"
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    I got accused of 'stealing' my flatmates cream and milk when really they were just two weeks out of date so I binned them. Skanks. But I did steal an egg from one of them and they never found out/accused me, so it all works out.
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    Cheese that belonged to my sister (we were flatmates while I was at uni).

    Supernoodles from another flatmate. But I replaced them the next day.
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    Dear flatmates.

    I SEE YOU.
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    I took stuff but replaced it - unless I thought the owner was a ****.
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    So, I guess what I'm trying to say is, yes - I took stuff and never replaced any of it.
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    (Original post by SatanIsAwesome)
    You forgot
    "No - But some of mine was stolen"
    That one isn't needed. Some people steal only because their food was stolen and they want to get revenge. But there are others who don't steal at all no matter what.
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    Dear Lord, no! :eek:
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ziQrW-dOGWc
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    my milk was running low so i filled up my carton with other peoples :/
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    I *may* have used someone's milk once, but I don't remember.

    Someone stole my first ever pizza take-away. I was not amused.
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    (Original post by Mr Smurf)
    That one isn't needed. Some people steal only because their food was stolen and they want to get revenge. But there are others who don't steal at all no matter what.
    Not very useful research then is it?
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    (Original post by Schmokie Dragon)
    I *may* have used someone's milk once, but I don't remember.

    Someone stole my first ever pizza take-away. I was not amused.
    How did they manage to steal the pizza?

    On the topic, I've never taken anything without asking but I've had people take all kinds of stuff I put in the fridge when I lived in halls. It was very annoying.
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    I think I took a pinch of salt once or twice, when I had left my own upstairs and didn't want to go back and get it. Personally I wouldn't classify that as 'stealing food', but I suppose strictly speaking it is...:dontknow:
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    (Original post by nelg-o-pad)
    How did they manage to steal the pizza?

    On the topic, I've never taken anything without asking but I've had people take all kinds of stuff I put in the fridge when I lived in halls. It was very annoying.
    I put it on top of the fridge while I did something else.

    I soon learned not to leave important stuff around other people.
 
 
 
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