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do you guys think it's okay to put something like garlic salt, or paprika in your lunch so that the person stealing your lunch will become sick from it? just asking.
Originally Posted by Keenylicious
Isn't that kind of like operant conditioning? So the person stealing your food learns to not do that anymore because they'll fear that they'll get sick.
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do you guys think it's okay to put something like garlic salt, or paprika in your lunch so that the person stealing your lunch will become sick from it? just asking.
Originally Posted by Keenylicious
well...does it taste good to you, with the stuff on it? if so, yes.
Originally Posted by murrrcat
no, i mean like, you don't intend to eat it. you spiked it so that the person who keeps stealing it will get sick from it.
do you guys think it's okay to put something like garlic salt, or paprika in your lunch so that the person stealing your lunch will become sick from it? just asking.
Originally Posted by Keenylicious
well...does it taste good to you, with the stuff on it? if so, yes.
Originally Posted by murrrcat
no, i mean like, you don't intend to eat it. you spiked it so that the person who keeps stealing it will get sick from it.
Originally Posted by Keenylicious
but why would you waste food?
it's not really operant conditioning; you're more doing it for revenge than to get them to stop. but yes, i would hope the person would be smart enough to stop stealing people's food.

also, do you think it's okay for said food stealer to sue if they have a seriously bad reaction to w/e you put in the food? say you put paprika, and theyre allergic to paprika.
if they have proof you intentionally put paprika in there knowing they are allergic to paprika, knowing you could harm them. Actually I don't know.

well...does it taste good to you, with the stuff on it? if so, yes.
Originally Posted by murrrcat
no, i mean like, you don't intend to eat it. you spiked it so that the person who keeps stealing it will get sick from it.
Originally Posted by Keenylicious
but why would you waste food?
Originally Posted by murrrcat
b/c you want to get back at the person who keeps stealing it, thus leaving you to go hungry at lunch, or waste money buying more food (which is clearly what you were trying to avoid).

it's like you put something in it to give them diarrhea to get back at them for stealing your food.

i'd do it. don't eat my ****, i didn't put it there for you.
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They wouldn't have gotten sick if they didn't eat your food. So them suing you would not be okay.lol
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if they have proof you intentionally put paprika in there knowing they are allergic to paprika, knowing you could harm them. Actually I don't know.
Originally Posted by murrrcat
they wouldn't really be able to prove that. i can easily say i like my yogurt or w/e w/ paprika in it. and then the question would be why they were eating my food in the first place.

but in this day and age, ppl sue over every dang thing... and win. so who knows.
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I say they have it coming, do it. I also don't think they can sue you for eating your food and having a bad reaction. It's not theirs, therefore it's stolen. So it's on them if they get sick or even die from something not intended for them.
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I'm sad, my childhood friend passed away. She was always so positive and happy, even after MS took over. She didn't even make it to 35.

Sending flowers is probably not enough right? Should I go to her parents home to pay my respects? She isn't married, no kids and she lived alone. The thing is I haven't seen her parents in years.

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I'm sad, my childhood friend passed away. She was always so positive and happy, even after MS took over. She didn't even make it to 35.

Sending flowers is probably not enough right? Should I go to her parents home to pay my respects? She isn't married, no kids and she lived alone. The thing is I haven't seen her parents in years.

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Originally Posted by Chicago Kinks
If one of my close childhood friends passed away (and I'm still close to many of them...or at least friendly with them). I would definitely reach out to the parents. I know that when you are a kid friends with a child, that child's family gets to know you every well. You spend the night at their house, come to birthdays, stay over for dinner....all that stuff. I think your presence would be welcomed. Especially since your friend didn't have a family of her own, it would be nice that her parents know that there are others that care about her as much as they do.
I'm sad, my childhood friend passed away. She was always so positive and happy, even after MS took over. She didn't even make it to 35.

Sending flowers is probably not enough right? Should I go to her parents home to pay my respects? She isn't married, no kids and she lived alone. The thing is I haven't seen her parents in years.

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Originally Posted by Chicago Kinks
If one of my close childhood friends passed away (and I'm still close to many of them...or at least friendly with them). I would definitely reach out to the parents. I know that when you are a kid friends with a child, that child's family gets to know you every well. You spend the night at their house, come to birthdays, stay over for dinner....all that stuff. I think your presence would be welcomed. Especially since your friend didn't have a family of her own, it would be nice that her parents know that there are others that care about her as much as they do.
Originally Posted by greenjumper
True to that. I would definitely visit

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I'm sad, my childhood friend passed away. She was always so positive and happy, even after MS took over. She didn't even make it to 35.

Sending flowers is probably not enough right? Should I go to her parents home to pay my respects? She isn't married, no kids and she lived alone. The thing is I haven't seen her parents in years.

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Originally Posted by Chicago Kinks
CK, I am sorry for your loss. I think you should go see the parents. I believe it would mean a lot to them. They understand people have lives and you may not been able to see them over the years.
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go see her parents, they would appreciate greatly...
Sorry for your loss.

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