come on @Epimer let’s leave
Let’s go to Greggs.
Read the thread you fucking rakes. No-one is saying that these are bad treats but in an office environment where a number of treats have been provided these are the ones that get left behind. This is a FACT.
Raise a grievance with HR
My arse. On Monday, you bring in some yumyums, some jam doughnuts, and some cheap white rolls and a squeezy bottle of jam and we’ll see what’s left by the close of business.
Home made jam doughnuts?
yum yums / doughnuts would be the first to go in my office
This has reminded me of a pal who works at a swanky design agency, where they get given a £170 watch if they pass the probation period
The most recent person to pass turned down the watch and asked for a more expensive phone instead. When they got told no, they filed an official grievance.
That’s what they’re spending my money on up at the Spreadsheet Palace? Fucking hell. Get some Greggs custard slices on your next birthday, they’ll probably throw you a parade.
They are there from lunctime and people can have as many as they want so I will have two probably, then take them home and maybe eat another, then feel sick and then eat another the next day and then throw the mint one against a wall.
you think THEY pay???
Christ, how the other half live, eh?
In my office for people’s birthdays:
- The office / colleagues buy cakes / treats
- I have to bring cakes / treats in
I’d have single-handedly polished them off by lunchtime
really, let’s go to Greggs NOW
My office buys two big cakes from Konditor and Cook for people’s birthdays.
I’d rather have a flexible working policy but I’ll take what I can get.
I don’t know what this is, but I bet my left bollock is not as good as a 65p bag of jam doughnuts from Tezbots and a Gregg’s yumyum.
It is a fancy London cake shop for people with more money than sense.