Cheaters & Thieves.

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12 Responses to Cheaters & Thieves.

  1. Fan says:


  2. PotatoFangs says:

    Jezz, SO real!!! lol

  3. Tom says:

    Yeah, and also, hearkening back to my college experience, “people in dormitories with the munchies.”

  4. EEKaWILL says:

    Those protein shakes get expensive!!

  5. fireflight says:

    Why is it easier to steal something unhealthy rather than just buy it?

  6. Daniel says:

    @fireflight: Anonymous thievery for free versus a guilty purchase of overpriced snack food. It might not be actually easier, but if you’re cheating on a diet, it might be easier to justify.
    Then again, there are ways to, shall we say, discourage thieves from taking your food if this becomes a habitual problem. The most benign is probably to bring food that looks much worse than it tastes.

  7. David says:

    …or bring a decoy that looks great but tastes horrible.

  8. androgenoide says:

    There are sandwich bags available that have green splotches printed on the sides to make the sandwich appear moldy.

  9. Stripe says:

    At last, a practical use for Salmonella!

    That’ll teach you to steal my noodle salad.

    Anyone want some bean dip? Anyone?

  10. PotatoFangs says:



  11. Dan says:

    I have a friend who has a biohazard container and uses that for a lunchbox. Never had his lunch stolen.

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