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I ask you.
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Re: In what universe is it okay to eat your roommate's food without asking?
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2008, 08:29:24 PM »
Not this universe?

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Re: In what universe is it okay to eat your roommate's food without asking?
« Reply #2 on: October 16, 2008, 08:38:25 PM »
I had the most ridiculous problem with food disappearing with my last roommates.  I never touched my roommates' food.  And I was constantly tortured with long ass emails like this:


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Hey Blue,
Sorry to bother you, but this is just something that has been
bothering me for a while so I was just wondering if there had maybe
been some mis comunication or something.  Anyways, since I don't eat a
lot at the apartment due to the fact that I eat 95% of my meals at the
[family I nanny for], I kind of notice when my meals go missing.  Well, last
night, I cooked a lasagna meal in the oven, ate half of it, and then
put the original (black) container with aluminm foil over it into the
frigde on the middle shelf, next to your bag of pizza.  I remember
doing this because it was just last night and I distinctly put it next
to your pizza.  Anyways, I only ate half of it in hopes that I would
be able to eat the rest tonight.  I am really not trying to be
annoying about this, but I went to go eat it tonight and I noticed
that it was gone.  I asked [other roommate] about it, and she swears on her life
she had nothing to do with it.  She saw me eating it out of my blue
glass bowl last night and also cooking a piece of low fat garlic bread
I had in the freezer.  The REALLY weird thing about it is, I looked
through the trash can and could not for the life of me find the
container.  However, I also could not help but notice that your pizza
bag and a few other items were also missing.  I was wondering, did you
maybe do a fridge cleaning and throw it out?  If so, would it be
helpful if I wrote with permanent marker my name on my leftovers and
also the date?  I know that probably sounds annoying, but this has
happened a few times, and with me eating so few of my meals at home, I
kind of "value" what I do spend on food.  And if you have no idea what
I am talking about, I guess I am either 1) totally crazy or 2)
literally waking up in the middle of the night and eating everything
out of the fridge and then hiding the trash without me remembering
lol...like those people on Montel!!!
  And if you were cleaning out the
fridge and accidently threw it away, I appreciate that SOOOO much and
will definitely do a better job of letting you know what is old and
what has just been put there.  Thanks and sorry again to bother you!!
awkward follows you like a beer chasing a shot of tequila.

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Re: In what universe is it okay to eat your roommate's food without asking?
« Reply #3 on: October 16, 2008, 08:40:12 PM »
I had the most ridiculous problem with food disappearing with my last roommates.  I never touched my roommates' food.  And I was constantly tortured with long ass emails like this:


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Hey Blue,
Sorry to bother you, but this is just something that has been
bothering me for a while so I was just wondering if there had maybe
been some mis comunication or something.  Anyways, since I don't eat a
lot at the apartment due to the fact that I eat 95% of my meals at the
[family I nanny for], I kind of notice when my meals go missing.  Well, last
night, I cooked a lasagna meal in the oven, ate half of it, and then
put the original (black) container with aluminm foil over it into the
frigde on the middle shelf, next to your bag of pizza.  I remember
doing this because it was just last night and I distinctly put it next
to your pizza.  Anyways, I only ate half of it in hopes that I would
be able to eat the rest tonight.  I am really not trying to be
annoying about this, but I went to go eat it tonight and I noticed
that it was gone.  I asked [other roommate] about it, and she swears on her life
she had nothing to do with it.  She saw me eating it out of my blue
glass bowl last night and also cooking a piece of low fat garlic bread
I had in the freezer.  The REALLY weird thing about it is, I looked
through the trash can and could not for the life of me find the
container.  However, I also could not help but notice that your pizza
bag and a few other items were also missing.  I was wondering, did you
maybe do a fridge cleaning and throw it out?  If so, would it be
helpful if I wrote with permanent marker my name on my leftovers and
also the date?  I know that probably sounds annoying, but this has
happened a few times, and with me eating so few of my meals at home, I
kind of "value" what I do spend on food.  And if you have no idea what
I am talking about, I guess I am either 1) totally crazy or 2)
literally waking up in the middle of the night and eating everything
out of the fridge and then hiding the trash without me remembering
lol...like those people on Montel!!!
  And if you were cleaning out the
fridge and accidently threw it away, I appreciate that SOOOO much and
will definitely do a better job of letting you know what is old and
what has just been put there.  Thanks and sorry again to bother you!!

.........Like those people on Montel........

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Re: In what universe is it okay to eat your roommate's food without asking?
« Reply #4 on: October 16, 2008, 08:41:01 PM »
Why did you eat that poor girl's lasagna?!
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You could leave a cardboard cutout of Erik Estrada at the front counter and I guarantee you no one would ever know the difference.
Not so much because you resemble Erik Estrada, more so because you have the personality of cardboard.

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Re: In what universe is it okay to eat your roommate's food without asking?
« Reply #5 on: October 16, 2008, 08:41:45 PM »
omg half my quizno's sandwich disappeared at that same time, I was soooo pissed! Those things aren't cheap!
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Re: In what universe is it okay to eat your roommate's food without asking?
« Reply #6 on: October 16, 2008, 08:42:38 PM »
Must have been those Montel late night fridge zombies.

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Re: In what universe is it okay to eat your roommate's food without asking?
« Reply #7 on: October 16, 2008, 08:44:52 PM »
I seriously think this other roommate needs to be questioned extensively. Perhaps she doesn't value her life, so swearing on it means nothing.

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Re: In what universe is it okay to eat your roommate's food without asking?
« Reply #8 on: October 16, 2008, 08:46:42 PM »
This is the funniest thread I have ever read on LSD.  Ever.  Seriously.  I just laughed so hard I couldn't breathe.

To put it bluntly, I seem to have a whole superstructure with no foundation. But I`m working on the foundation.

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Re: In what universe is it okay to eat your roommate's food without asking?
« Reply #9 on: October 16, 2008, 08:47:47 PM »
I would just like to note that I moved to another state and they're still having food problems.  And I'm still getting emails.
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