Seriously. The cleaning ladies in my office have quite some balls. I think I can quite surely assume that they’ve been the origin of chocolate disappearing from my office.
My co-worker gave me a belated Christmas present when I returned to the office after New Year’s: a picture frame and some Lindt Lindor Truffels [filled chocolate]. Since the picture frame was intended to stay on my desk, I didn’t take the gifts home and kept the chocolate in the office for extreme cases of regularly occuring sugar lows ;)
I know, chocolate sitting on your desk, an arm’s length away from you is pretty darn tempting, but I swear I only had two or three pieces of the chocolate since I received it.
Yesterday, I realized though that the bag was virtually e.m.p.t.y.
There were three pieces of chocolate left.
Three pieces! Out of… how many do you think fit into a 8.5 oz. bag? 20?
The label says there were about 21 pieces. Well, 21 minus the 3 pieces I ate, there should be 18 left.
Yes,Â mental arithmetic. I am just good at it! :)
Anyways, there were three pieces last night.
I am the last one to leave the office, which means my co-workers, who I wouldn’t suspect to “sneak” chocolate from me anyway, couldn’t haveÂ taken it. Also, besides my boss, I am the first one in the office in the mornings and when I came in today there was only ONE piece of chocolate in the bagÂ left.
Can you freakin’ believe this?
Who the hell is stealing my chocolate?
I am going to leave a note on the bag tonight:
Dear secret chocolate eater,
please replace the empty bag with a full one.
I like to share, but this is not sharing. This is rude.