Let's be honest, the one major benefit of working remotely during the pandemic was not having to deal with office antics.
You know, people leaving passive aggressive notes on the stinky leftovers that have been in the communal fridge for a month.
Or someone nicking your best pen when you're in a meeting.
Or the toilet roll constantly being empty because no one replaced it.
I could go on...
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But now that most people have returned to the workplace at least a few days a week, the kitchen etiquette war is also back with a vengeance.
Last week, one disgruntled worker posted a photo of what they described as "peak pettiness" in their office fridge and people have A LOT of feelings about it.
In the photo posted to Reddit, someone had brought an actual padlock to secure a carton of milk for themselves.
My immediate (naïve) reaction was to think that it was completely over the top.
What is this world coming to if we can't shout our workmates a couple of drops of milk for their tea?
But it only took a quick look at the reactions from thousands of people to realise I was in the minority.