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    (Original post by Wilfred Little)
    Your thread is funny but if someone repeatedly stole from me and tried to manipulate me I would actually punch them and I'm not even a violent person. That is actually taking the piss. If you're being serious one day you'll do it to the wrong person and learn the hard way stealing is unacceptable behaviour.
    That won't happen!
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    Over the last week I have drank 4 bottles of wine and I haven't got a clue who they belong to...

    I am now playing Pulp- Common People...obnoxiously loud...also had an argument with them last night about my lack of washing up and it ended with me saying 'you're not allowed an opinion until you've lived in the house for 6 months'...I won

    I am off out Sunday night...I expect me to do something truly horrendous that day.
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    I thought this said 'do you eat your housemates' at first. The answer to both would be no. I don't live on campus but even if I did...I still wouldn't. I'd hate having my food go missing so wouldn't do it to others. :sadnod:
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    My and my flat mates ask each other if we can something, such as a slice of bread or splash of milk. If you ask I don't see what the problem is. I did once eat half the lemon tart we bought for our Christmas dinner when I was drunk, but to fair I had bought it, but it was laughed off. Also I'm sure my flat mates have borrowed my milk or whatever when I've been out and told me afterwards, which I don't mind. I get more annoyed when someone doesn't own up to it.
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    Greggs pasties 2 for £1, never have to stock up on food again!
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    I live with 3 other girls and 2 boys and occasionally we borrow each others food. Of course this tends to lead to arguments so it is best to avoid eating other housemates food. Depends on the people really.

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    I live on my own, so I don't have that problem, but if someone was living with me, and they just nicked my food without asking, I would be cheesed off with them, if they asked, then it would to bother me.
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    I may have took someone's milk this morning because I forgot to buy any and I need some for cereal. I'm buying some this morning after my lecture so I'm not sure whether to own up and say they can use a bit of mine. I have a sneaky suspicion someone did a few days back but I know that doesn't give me the right to take someone else's.
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    In my flat we generally tend to each have enough food in to not have to borrow other people's, but if we need to we're pretty relaxed about it, obviously we'd ask if it was the last one left or something they might have planned to use, stuff like coffee tea and sugar we just take turns in buying and share, milk we always have a few bottles cos some drink whole and skimmed etc. With one flatmate in particular I would just take her food and she can take mine but this is an agreement we've come to ourselves, I wouldn't just take someone's food without letting them know or asking them, it's just unnecessary and most people will be happy to let you share a bit anyway
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    Unless I ask, I'd be too scared to do it lol. My flatmate has allowed us to use her seasoning whenever we want though.
 
 
 
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