You walk up to a cashpoint

Depends that imho, if you need a pint glass fine but if it’s specifically branded for a place or type of beer not allowed

Oh no, I might have to ask the Heineken rep for another crate of glasses that they give us too many of for free anyway next time they’re in. What can be done! Call the polices!

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Maybe the venue-specific ones are ruled out cause they do cost quite a lot but drinks-branded ones are 10 a penny so that’s coming with me thank you.

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Not a kwak or kasteel one or anything, macro is fine

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Smaller breweries’ branded stuff is bad form to nick too. You don’t need house guests to think you’re a sophisticate just nick the carling glass

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I don’t go in places with normal glasses tbf so shouldn’t have an opinion

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I did nick two tekus from brewdog, that’s allowed

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Everything in a hotel room

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Risky, got charged for nicking a dressing gown once

Yeah tbh our glasses get nicked from pubs a lot cause they’re really nice and we have to order them a pallet at a time so they cost a lot to reorder. So don’t steal the ones from my work, I don’t care about anyone else.

Good to know, cost those Hoegaarden half pint glasses I, erm, acquired are more solid than anything I’ve actually paid for

Think i’m a bit of a klepto deep down, really buzz off nicking stuff especially with self service when it’s not got scales

The scenario in the OP isn’t stealing btw, the law of finders keepers is perfectly legal.

Bought a couple of glasses from the wanker beer shop because they’re really nice and I wasn’t going to steal from them

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Is this now the Pint Glasses You May or May Not Have Stolen thread?

No but you should make that thread. I’d post in it.

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2/3 pint*

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I’ll do it tomorrow (or maybe tonight) when I’m at home to take photos

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*not quite 440ml, despite the fact that craft cans are pretty much all 440ml

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My deya glass holds a full 440ml can