Living with other people is hard. This goes for absolutely everyone – family, roommates, husbands, kids – because when people stop being polite (because you can’t 24/7) and start being real, sometimes the results are hard to take.
One of the more common complaints among cohabitating people is that food in the fridge becomes common property.
After this guy’s roommate continued to “steal” food, even after he’d clearly marked it, he decided it was time to take action.
The roommate, for what it’s worth, had no idea how to adult – he didn’t grocery shop, he didn’t cook, he didn’t clean – and he stole his roommates prepared food instead.
As everyone who plans meals or has to take lunch to work can tell you, there’s little more frustrating that realizing at the last minute that your planned meal has disappeared.
After the roommate was asked to stop and didn’t (he may have even escalated), the poster here decided to take his revenge – in the form of a habanero chocolate cake and wasabi frosting.
He labeled with his name, and waited.
Literally everyone agrees – he gave the guy fair warning, labeled his food, and this still happened.
There are more stories, like this guy who put ghost pepper sauce on his leftover pizza.
And this girl who found a way to stop people stealing her milk in college.
They also pointed out that he wasn’t even lying.
Like me, they also realized what they should have said several days later.
Because the right words never show up when you want them to. Argggggh!!!
That said, I doubt this dude will be pilfering food that doesn’t include all of the ingredients any time soon!
What do you think? Let us know in the comments!