gekko422 wrote: »
We only have one candy dish and it's for all of us, so yes.
violets wrote: »
We have a community dish the receptionist fills.
Do we raid people's personal candy dish?
When the person is not there?
Does the person care?
Probably not. I mean they keep filling it,so they must not care.
Actually in my office, people's lunch left overnight sometimes disappears. Or even anything left in the refrigerator. We leave notes, and nothing changes. Eventually someone complains their food got raided.
Sigi wrote: »
There are a few of us at work w candy dishes. And when someone takes from it, it's usually 1 or 2 pieces (I keep dark chocolate Hershey's kisses at my desk). I lock mine up at night because I think the cleaning crew was eating too many pieces. There was a very noticeable dent in the bowl each morning.
When are women going to face the fact that they don’t know their own bodies as well as men who have heard things?
Curlyminx wrote: »
I thought the candy was for both.
But mostly for co-workers and themselves. I don't know how many randoms walk through your office, but here, there aren't as many. But we currently have a counter with two candy jars of packaged chocolates (kit-kats, twix, etc.), a bowl of mixed nuts, a bowl of skittles, and probably 4-6 bags of different popcorn options. And that isn't including the three packaged chocolate dishes and one peppermint bowl about 20 feet over in the reception area.
Thankfully we requested fruit during our last staff meeting and now there is fruit in the kitchen. I loved it when we were buying tangelos. Mmmmm.... tangelos.
Lotsawaves wrote: »
If it's in "my space" then keep your paws out of my candy dish.
Curlyminx wrote: »
Like if you have to go behind their desk to get to the candy, you probably shouldn't be taking any.
Or around their chairs.
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