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food stealing tips by arty_farty on 10 October 2006 11:46pm
 
silly post time :D

1. location, location, location. always sit next to someone who likes the same foods you do

2. saying a long grace can alow both obtaining desirable food and removing undesirable food.

3. ask for 1 take 3.

4. eating others leftovers is chavvy, get stealing early

5. only steal food that you can pick up with your fingers.

6. at free buffets wear a coat with lots of pockets.

7. never steal liquid/ meltable food items unless you have a container for them.

8. got the evidance on your fingers? take baby wipes or serviettes with you.

9. hone your distraction ability

10. bulls****ing is 9/10 of the law.

11. don't sit near a man called Tim

12. don't steal very hot or very cold food.

13. blame someone else if you get caught.
 
Re: food stealing tips by Sophie-Louise on 10 October 2006 11:54pm
 
or you could just sit in the all you can eat chinese buffet restaurant all day and keep eating every few hours...
 
Re: food stealing tips by arty_farty on 11 October 2006 12:01am
 
i posted this cause someone stole my dinner on saturday... and he was sitting right next to me. >.<
 
Re: food stealing tips by Sophie-Louise on 11 October 2006 12:05am
 
was he homeless????
 
Re: food stealing tips by tucsonmike on 11 October 2006 1:32am
 
Can't do that anymore. Cannot be transported to Australia.
 
Re: food stealing tips by kazzzz on 11 October 2006 1:53am
 
Amazingly enough, people come here voluntarity!

I had a salmon steak stolen by a friend's dog one day...I put my plate down and she entered the room like a stealth bomber, nicked the steak and vanished without a sound. Grrrr!!!

Tip: The best way to disguise a stolen creme egg is to hide it in one of those plastic inserts that you find in a kinder suprise egg. You might have to squash it a bit tho.
 
Re: food stealing tips by arty_farty on 11 October 2006 10:39am
 
no, he was a student. damn student mates, such theives.
 
Re: food stealing tips by Spursfan on 11 October 2006 10:52am
 
This reminds me of my father(I wasn't born until my parents were in their forties so I was born over a decade after this event). My father absolutely adored bacon. He was in Burma during World War II (in fact part of his job was to take signals to Mountbatten) and in his troop (is that the right word) were many Gurkhas. Apparently they were not allowed to eat bacon, so Dad always tried to be behind one in the queue for breakfast so he could have their bacon!!

He did, however, admire them greatly.

Anne
 
Re: food stealing tips by suzulu on 11 October 2006 11:53am
 
When I was sharing a flat some years ago we had a cat who took a whole chicken out of the fridge - the door had a tendency not to close properly sometimes. I got up in the morning to find the chicken on the kitchen floor minus one leg. One of my flatmates had people coming round for dinner but she still cooked the chicken and didn't tell the guests what happened!
 



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