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  doodlecloud  |  26

What if it was just in a plain bag? OP might not want everyone reading about whatever condition she has. If it was in a plain bag then it's completely reasonable to remove it for a minute while you're trying to get other things out of the fridge.

  Brandi_Faith  |  33

Pretty sure you don't remove anything from the fridge if someone has put it in there. You trust that whatever it is, someone has put it in there for a good reason. Your coworker sounds like a major idiot. Who takes anything, whether medication or lunch, out of the fridge just so that their lunch can fit. He basically said, my needs/wants are more important than yours. I'm going to try and give him the benefit of the doubt and say that he took the medication out to move stuff around so it would all fit, and then accidentally left the medication out and forgot to put it back in. But either way, he's an idiot and your life sucks op. I hope it wasn't life threatening meds or something that makes you go through withdrawals if you don't get it at that exact time. Depending on the med, this could be a really horrible situation! Good luck op.

  mrjiggles1992  |  18

Wonderfully the op is in the UK so if they are unlucky and live in England it will cost them £8, if they are lucky to live in Scotland, Wales, or Northern Ireland it would be free!

  irishmaddog  |  0

Doesn't matter if it was labeled or not if it's in the fridge chances are it has to be in there not to mention if it's not yours don't touch it you wouldn't take someone else's food out why would you take meds out

By  Eloxia  |  7

There's a simple question anyone can ask themselves when sharing an office fridge: "Does this belong to me?" If the answer is no then you shouldn't eat it or remove it.