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Old 04-12-2008, 04:24 AM   #2081
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Old 04-12-2008, 07:54 AM   #2082
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We went to Taco Bell last night. James passed the food out as he got it out of the bag. Somehow James ended up eating my Taco Supreme (with added guacamole) and I ended up with his plain old taco. I don't care much for their plain tacos. To make matters worse, Cubbie (the dog, for Pete's sake) ended up with my Burrito Supreme (also with added guacamole) and all that was left was Cubbie's beef burrito (no onions). Okay, yes, our dog is disgustingly spoiled, but I was very miffed that James and Cubbie got my food and I got no guacamole!!! James said that from now on I have to take my food out of the bag first!!!

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Old 04-12-2008, 09:51 AM   #2083
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Barbara, this has happen to us before - , Question - how can one eat another sandwich or taco and not know it ???? Especially if it is different than what -They ordered !!! I was miffed too !!
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Old 04-12-2008, 10:04 AM   #2084
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it happens at my house and it's quickly returned because I love hot and spicy with jalapenos...one bite and it's quickly handed back.....if restaurants stocked up on habaneros it would be so much fun to watch the thieves' faces
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Old 04-12-2008, 10:05 AM   #2085
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Barbara, this has happen to us before - , Question - how can one eat another sandwich or taco and not know it ???? Especially if it is different than what -They ordered !!! I was miffed too !!
I think to James a taco is a taco. He actually usually also gets Taco Supremes, so I'm sure he didn't think twice about it. But, understanding it doesn't help my taste-buds any! LOL

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Old 04-12-2008, 10:08 AM   #2087
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someone used to eat my food in my office, so one time i made a habanero paste/vinegar, and i hid it in a sandwich. you can't be too obvious or thieves won't go for it.
all i know is the sandwich was gone the next day. he or she was either a chilli head, or was in so much pain they tossed it.
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Old 04-12-2008, 10:23 AM   #2088
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we had terrible thieves in our dorm........people learned not to put food in the fridge and being poor college students that was a hardship.....one diabolical student known as "Kicker Pam" (this is Texas by the way and would walk into the dorm and loudly announce "Howdy d......it!!!" Anyway this girl got tired of it and decided to "fix" the rustlers on the range...she went home for the weekend and brought back homemade brownies and placed them in the fridge.......she put a note on them "to please not touch" well, that was incentive enough.......the next day 3 girls went to the school's quack shack with terrible stomach cramps and diarrhea........Kicker Pam's brownies had been sweetened with a box of exlax............it was too funny........her reputation really went up after that :):)
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Old 04-13-2008, 12:44 AM   #2089
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Well then, many times I'll not finish some fried chicken, half a pastrami sandwich whatever, especially pizza and will bring it home..DH finishes all he orders plus dessert..We get home, the next day I go to get my left overs, and low and behold an empty container...the response is , Oh you wanted that?
Have you ever seen smoke come out someones ears? I've even taken to putting a note asking that the food not be eaten...same story, oh you wanted that..Well I can live with that I'm an adult, but I got the babies some of those sugar cones with vanilla ice cream and a chocolate topping..Got dh a large container of strawberry..all set last sunday, guess what no strawberry it was all gone and so were the ice cream cones that i put a note on saying please not to eat the cones are for the kids...Arghhhhhhhhhh
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Old 04-13-2008, 12:59 AM   #2090
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maybe you're going to have to hide the nonperishables and put the perishables in the back of the fridge in disquised containers--good luck
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