My flatmates stole my kitchen equipment when they moved out

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I live with these pathetic, spoilt, lazy brats who don't even know how to cook or take a shower. They moved out now -luckily- and most of my kitchen utensils went missing.

Has this ever happened to you? Please suggest ways to contain my wrath.
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REVENGE!!!!!

If they live near you then wait for an evening when they're all out and sneak in, take back your stuff (and maybe some of there stuff), fill their bottles of conditioner with hair removal cream, cling film on the toilet etc.

But realistically, is there anyone who you can report it too? If not, then I'm sorry but they'll have a nice shock when they finish uni and realise what its like to live in the adult world
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That's so mean! Is there a supervisor you can tell?
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If you're still in halls, then report it to the university security?

Otherwise, it is technically theft, so you could report it to the police.
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Yes I live in halls.However, there was 9 people in the flat and I don't know who was that took my stuff, so who am I going to report? All of them? I 'm afraid the Uni accomodation office isn't going to take this seriously. .
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I'd chalk this up to a loss and move on. Everyone loses stuff in halls, you won't get it back.
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I'd chalk this up to a loss and move on. Everyone loses stuff in halls, you won't get it back.
I gained a goldfish (I didnt steal it).
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I didn't have to wait until the end of the year to lose my stuff.

Our floor ended up going to other kitchens to whiz stuff on the last day
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One of my flatmates took my saucepan.
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It happened again!It's absolutely ridiculous! The last one of them moved out today and threw away everything that was in the cupboards and fridge! I went out for a couple of hours and when I came back I opened the fridge to get something to eat and everything was gone!! What's wrong with these people?
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It happenned again!It's absolutely ridiculous! The last one of them moved out today and threw away everything that was in the cupboards and fridge! I went out for a couple of hours and when I came back I opened the fridge to get something to eat and everything was gone!! What's wrong with these people?
find their new address and rob the blighters blind! Karma
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It happenned again!It's absolutely ridiculous! The last one of them moved out today and threw away everything that was in the cupboards and fridge! I went out for a couple of hours and when I came back I opened the fridge to get something to eat and everything was gone!! What's wrong with these people?
What uni?
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Uni of Manchester
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Uni of Manchester
MU or MMU?
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University of Manchester. Not MMU.
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I live with these pathetic, spoilt, lazy brats who don't even know how to cook or take a shower. They moved out now -luckily- and most of my kitchen utensils went missing.

Has this ever happened to you? Please suggest ways to contain my wrath.
You could burn there new accommodation to the ground . Or rob there house and steal your stuff back but with a couple of extra stuff (Interest ).
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This always happens in halls. I expected most of my stuff would get lost so anything I moved out with in June was just a bonus.

I wouldn't worry too much about it as I'm sure it wasn't deliberate, malicious theft. Just think, most people have the same plates/spoons/cups etc so while they packed away they might have accidentally taken your stuff.

To the person that suggested calling uni security...lol. What are they going to do? Survey CCTVand hold campus on lock down until the missing kitchen stuff reappears? Just accept that you aren't going to get your stuff back.

Next year buy cheap stuff or keep your things in your room if you're so worried about it.
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(Original post by Kmd)
I live with these pathetic, spoilt, lazy brats who don't even know how to cook or take a shower. They moved out now -luckily- and most of my kitchen utensils went missing.

Has this ever happened to you? Please suggest ways to contain my wrath.
You could burn there new accommodation to the ground . Or rob there house and steal your stuff back but with a couple of extra stuff (Interest ).
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Argos it.
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Track them down and kill them
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