Everybody likes food, and people working in offices are no exception. There are many different "food personalities" out there. You may
This ingrate never participates in office pot-lucks. Despite that fact, the leech has no problem slithering up to your potato salad and anything else that was brought in and eating without shame.
The Secret Eater
The overweight person who always says no to potluck, snacks, sweets and cake from office celebrations. They come back later, when no one is around to get their share and eat it in secret. It's not a problem if all the food is gone, because they have enough snacks in their desk to feed a small country. Oh yeah, there are never any candy or snack wrappers in their waste basket. What? Do they really think that if we never see them eating, that they must appear skinny to us?
This person doesn't even work with you, but somehow gets word that food is in the building and noses it out at just the right time. Coincidence? I think not! You won't see this schmuck again until the next time food is available.
The person who always asks if everyone is done eating and then scoops up all that is left and takes it home. I was at a my granddaughters birthday party a short time ago and my daughter caught one of the mothers wrapping up many pieces of pizza and putting them in her purse. The nerve! In addition, her daughter was clearly a trouble maker. Must be fun in that house.
Of course there are other borderline personality types whose food issues have nothing to do with potlucks.
This idiot eats pistachios, peanuts or sunflower seeds and manages to leave a mess wherever they are sitting.
The skinny person who brings sweets in for everyone but never eats any themselves. They must always remain the slimmest person in the office.
The Fish Eater
Forget about pot-lucks, this non-human always ignores the "NO FISH" sign hanging on the microwave and stinks up the entire office. This practice is so taboo, that doing it, should result a caning. Or is it just me?
inspiration provided by: http://jayneferst.blogspot.com/2010/10/seeds-as-snacks.html