I don't know if I mentioned this before, but a few weeks back, the day before one of my pod mates and team members went to have surgery, I ordered freshly baked Tiffs Treats for our pod.
There's a long table/studio top like piece of furniture that runs the length of the pods in our office (mine has 7 people in it) and there's an unwritten rule here that food/treats/goodies/items on the end nearest the hallway is free for the taking. If it's not on the end (ie. you have to walk all the way into the pod to take said item) then it's not free for the taking, it's for pod members only. This is because pods do things like Friday breakfast, or bring treats for someone's birthday and it's a pod celebration, not an office celebration (there's like 700 people here, so that's not unreasonable).
Anyway, if you can't tell from reading my blog, I'm a stickler for rules and routine. I really dislike when people don't abide by rules, especially in the office. So there's this guy. I think he's a director and he's been here awhile, yet twice now he's come all the way back into our pod for treats. Not to talk to anyone, he has no business being here, yet he came and took MY Tiff's Treats that I bought for MY pod-mates and yesterday he came and took cookies that MY pod-mate had bought for OUR pod. Not him. Not his pod.
Rude. I am anti bad manners and "rule" breaking. It might even be different if he asked, but he never does. I'm sorry, what entitled you to walk into my pod and take the food I purchased for my pod? Nothing, that's what. Get your own treats, mister.