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By I'm so sorry... - / Saturday 25 February 2017 15:40 /
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By  neuronerd  |  27

Had anyone else eaten a slice yet? While it was in the "free food" section, I'm always hesitant to take the first piece of something, unless the person who brought it is directly offering. If other people had eaten it first, it's not solely your fault, and you'd be under no obligation to replace it (though that is kind of you). Truly, putting it there in the first place was her fault, so you're still under no obligation.

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By  Chazzster  |  12

OP, you are a good hearted person to want to correct that. But I doubt that your employer pays you to bake replacement birthday cakes. You may wind up in trouble with your boss over this. Your coworker was an idiot if she left unattended a cake on the table used for shared treats and didn't expect it to get shared. Nowhere in OP's FML did she say the cake had "Happy Birthday" on it or candles, so I assume it did not have any signs of being a birthday cake.

By  neuronerd  |  27

Had anyone else eaten a slice yet? While it was in the "free food" section, I'm always hesitant to take the first piece of something, unless the person who brought it is directly offering. If other people had eaten it first, it's not solely your fault, and you'd be under no obligation to replace it (though that is kind of you). Truly, putting it there in the first place was her fault, so you're still under no obligation.

By  species4872  |  18

Mmmmmm cake.

By  Ifuckedthefeartu  |  29

Becuase she works there too i assume she knew the policy of that table. Don't stop doing your job for a few hours to make a crappy cake because someone put it in the wrong spot. You should feel sorry for her for the mistake, but it isn't on you. However it is kind of you to try and replace it, but maybe if you want to replace it you should have just offered to buy her a new one? I assume your job isn't baking.

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