We've all brought food to work at some point in our career and used the "community" fridge.
And, unfortunately, we've all had our food stolen at some point. (If you work in a place that has more than like 10 employees and this HAS NEVER happened to you, tell me - I'm amazed!!)
Last week I openend our fridge here at Midwest Communications and I found this, which I thought was kinda funny for a few reasons that I'll explain below...
I'm imaging that somebody had this bright idea to greatly reduce the possibility of getting their salad dressing taken.
(BTW: Duke is Duke Wright, the owner of Midwest Communications including WIXX and 5 other stations in Green Bay/Appleton and over 60 total in the Midwest...he's the guy who signs ALL of our paychecks - but a nice guy I might add...)
Reason's why this is a FAIL:
1-I've NEVER witnessed Duke eat a Salad at work. Knowing what I know if him, he might enjoy a salad at home or at a restaurant, but bringing a salad (and then salad dressing) to work, is just not the way he rolls.
2-Even if he DID bring salad to work and bring his own dressing...would he really take time to use a red Sharpie to put his name...IN ALL CAPS and underlined ?!?!?
3-I'm 98% sure this Otis' handwriting.
Okay - please share with me any humorous stories you might have about people stealing food at work...or how you or somebody else may have prevented it from happening. Comment below!!