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    Baby Hygiene used products being left in office kitchen trash

    So yea I work for a small family run business. Um the granddaughter has a 2 month old and has started bringing the kid to the office because her BF decided he didn't want to work here any longer but also doesn't want to watch their kid. Yes they both worked here for a fair amount of time. He feels its a womans' job in fact his words. So she has been finally showing up with baby in tow. Now other than a couple fusses in a 6 hour period not a problem to me. Nothing heard or seen. But she feels its too much work to walk 5 more steps and put the used diapers and wipes in the trash in the bathroom. And I have even seen her use the kitchen sink to wash her hands. This facility is not ment for childcare. But also I have to wonder if she does it here does she do it at home as well. Would you have zero problems walking into the kitchen and catching that smell. Now if she had taken the time to throw out the trash since ironically even all of the food bags and coffee cups are hers as well. At the end of each day I probably would be a little less inclined to object. But that hasn't happened yet. Oh and for pics imagine 80lb white girl ballooned to 160lb white girl trying to still wear the same clothes she did when lighter. She thinks it will motivate here to exercise.

    #2
    Yeah, gonna need the pic first.

    Walk over to her desk and take pic, tell her you need it for the internet.

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      #3
      It closely resembles your avatar at the moment but greasy blonde hair and no beard.

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        #4
        Have some compassion, buy her a diaper genie and a dozen refills and put them in the kitchen. And a big can of lysol. Then sit back and realize this isn't the hill you want to die on.l

        Don't bring her physical appearance into this, she's probably struggling with 1,000 things more important than her post baby weight

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          #5
          She should be cleaning up after herself and spawn. I would imagine her home is way worse...

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            #6
            You could PM Waterhorse for his best passive aggressive white trash management tips.

            You could also just take the whole trash can outside and leave it there. When she asks if anybody has seen it you can reply “yeah, it smelled like shit for some reason, so I drug it out back.”

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              #7
              Originally posted by Texas97 View Post
              Have some compassion, buy her a diaper genie and a dozen refills and put them in the kitchen. And a big can of lysol. Then sit back and realize this isn't the hill you want to die on.l

              Don't bring her physical appearance into this, she's probably struggling with 1,000 things more important than her post baby weight
              I brought the appearance to discourage the tasteless knuckle draggers from inquiring. It wasn't baby weight at first. You don't gain 80lbs in 9 months. She has to sealed trash cans next to her desk. There is absolutely no reason for her to be walking halfway across the office to dispose of the products. They went and put two brand new cans in the office for her. I always thought and was shown you keep that stuff out of the kitchen. And if you are making the mess shouldnt you be cleaning it up. I've picked up more than my fair share over the past 20 years. New to mom life or not use common sense.

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                #8
                Tell it's easier to put in in front of the door instead of the trash.
                But you need to lighten up and accept where you are working or find a new job.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Tooheysmax View Post

                  I brought the appearance to discourage the tasteless knuckle draggers from inquiring. It wasn't baby weight at first. You don't gain 80lbs in 9 months. She has to sealed trash cans next to her desk. There is absolutely no reason for her to be walking halfway across the office to dispose of the products. They went and put two brand new cans in the office for her. I always thought and was shown you keep that stuff out of the kitchen. And if you are making the mess shouldnt you be cleaning it up. I've picked up more than my fair share over the past 20 years. New to mom life or not use common sense.

                  jessica simpson supposedly gained 100 lbs but that's besides the point.

                  ​​​​​​So... Face to face confrontation then? You do you, Scotty P

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by ev13wt View Post
                    Tell it's easier to put in in front of the door instead of the trash.
                    But you need to lighten up and accept where you are working or find a new job.
                    Grandpa/owner has been out of town. He will lose his mind if he finds out.

                    But I can see no one so far will publicly admit that they do this type of behavior. At least so far but then again its still early in the morning.
                    Every work space and office has its own trash at each desk. The door to take it to the dumpster is closer than the kitchen. Or at least take out the trash you create when you leave.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Ted_Kaczynski View Post
                      Yeah, gonna need the pic first.

                      Walk over to her desk and take pic, tell her you need it for the internet.
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                        #12
                        So your issue isn't that she's changing the shit wraps on the kitchen counter, but only that they are left in the trash can? I'd say be glad she cleans up at least.
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                          #13
                          Originally posted by GM Guy View Post
                          So your issue isn't that she's changing the shit wraps on the kitchen counter, but only that they are left in the trash can? I'd say be glad she cleans up at least.
                          This is what I want to know. 2 month olds hardly stink, I would be more concerned that shes changing mustard filled diapers on the counter then where it ends up. Trash is trash, who cares what can it goes in as long as its in a can.

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                            #14
                            So is she changing in the kitchen?

                            Or on her desk??

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                              #15
                              At least they end up in the trash can. I picked one up out of my front yard yesterday.

                              Originally posted by Gatorgrizz27 View Post
                              You could PM Waterhorse for his best passive aggressive white trash management tips.

                              You could also just take the whole trash can outside and leave it there. When she asks if anybody has seen it you can reply “yeah, it smelled like shit for some reason, so I drug it out back.”
                              The illegals at a shop I used to frequent would put their shit tickets in the bathroom trash can. Smelled horrible in the hot humid summer. After a few weeks the can went straight to the dumpster.

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