Holy cow, how low! Chay, you need to rig up a camera to catch the thief!
For the record...it wasn't one of those "cheapo" .89 cent'rs....it was a good quality pot pie, the kind that "gets you through the day" (or at least till lunch) I only hope and pray that the culprit who stole it was on the brink of starving to death...because...then I'd understand. However, if they weren't starving...mark my words, restitution will be made either in this life or the next. Nobody messes with my pot pie... nobody. Payback is a "B" especially when it's..."Pot Pie Pay Back."
Chay accused me of stealing his pot pie. I didn't even know he brought a pot pie to work...
I am not a fan of pot pies...but that has to be as low as you go! When I was in high school someone kept stealing my lunch. My mom and I devised a great plan. We made chocolate brownies and filled them with chocolate Exlax (not sure if you can buy chocolate Exlax any more. but their has to be a substitute of some kind). Anyway, they quit stealing my lunch!!!!
Dang it! I can't believe someone took your pot pie. That makes for a sad day when your belly is grumbling!
I always watched the fridge at UPS. If there was something in there for over a week, anyone was entitled to it. They even had a sign on the fridge that stated that for fair warning. Each day of the week was color coded for us clerks so I would put a discrete mark on something that had been in the fridge after just one day. People in the office would tease me about watching so closely but I ate many a quality items. Sealed yogurts, unopened candy bars, and maybe a potpie or two.
It was delicious! Thank you for leaving it beyond the one week mark!
Too funny that is the first thing he says when he walks in the door. Good luck with the pot pie pay back!
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