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Someone's stocking is going to be empty this year. In the time it took to write those notes, your coworker probably could have just washed the dishes.
Is there a more contentious office culture issue than refrigerator etiquette? Because sometimes a point needs to be made, whether it's about stealing food, not cleaning up after using the dishes, or the many and varied ways people try to label their food that still lead to disappointment.
This is the last time! This is why we can't have nice things. Or more.
Sometimes it's the little things that make all the difference -- and it's the little things that can really annoy the heck out of us. Image via Pinterest.
Just leave the money and walk away. If all else fails, a good old-fashioned passive aggressive note might be what you need to nip bad office fridge behavior in the bud. The office refrigerator is not your therapist.
Your coworker may be a thief, but he's not greedy. We know that sharing is caring, but not when it comes from the homecooked lunches we were hoping to eat at work!
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The fridge has had enough, you guys. Who raised these people? More from CafeMom: The sarcasm in this note isn't going undetected, even with the numerous exclamation points. Accounting Finances Financial Solutions Funding. Your coworker needs to be put in his place, and who better to do it than Kim Kardashian's husband? Image via YouTube. I'm not going to lie: No one questions Hollywood legend Liam Neeson.
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Sure, sometimes the notes are a little "nagging," but what's a lady got to do to make sure that no one steals her toaster strudels!? And whoever ate the slice of pizza we put in the fridge: Smelly ice is the last straw! Share this.