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    If I was planning on eating more of the bread, I'd close it. If the person didn't regularly go around leaving stuff open to spoil, I would close it for them. If they were the type that always left crap out, I wouldn't go around picking up after them. I'd buy my own bread and tell them not to use it unless they figured out how to close the bag. It's not that hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    Said by STARCH DEFENDERS!

    Hahaha.

    Perfect!

    S/he is the moral authority on this issue. 'Nuff said.
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    Now why would they want to leave the bread open. I usually twist it and tuck it underneath itself (I don't want to spend 2 hours hunting around for a clip/rubber band).

    I'd be pissed about you eating my bread though. Since I buy food strictly on an as-needed basis, you could easily have eaten my breakfast/all the food in the house.

    If there's no food in the house, I'll get my meat somehow. Get your juicy, fatty ass to a hotel ASAP.
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    stale bread can be used for toast

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    Do whatever you wish with the bread. I do not eat bread.

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    Why was it brand new if it was open?

    Did someone just get distracted from their toast and wander off?

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    You can use the moldy bread as a poultice later.

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    let them eat cake!

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    double post*

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    I used to "close the bread" (3d Fe).

    After several cases where people left the bread intentionally open, I realized it's counterproductive and stopped. Unless I had good reason to believe they would want me to close it, they would notice and they would "appreciate it".

    This has been my experience with this moral dillema so far. Please share yours - I am curious.

    EDIT: "bread" here is a metaphor.

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