Yesterday I brought to work a hot dog for my lunch. Like Daniel, I also love hot dogs. (Sorry Daniel, I do the non-fat hot dogs, which I'm pretty sure don't come in the kosher variety.) Anyway, the only topping that I allow on my hot dogs is mustard. I love mustard on hot dogs. Usually C and I stock up on condiment packets while at fast food restaurants so I can pack them with our hot dog lunches, but alas, we were out of the mustard packets for yesterday's lunch. I planned to run over to Union Station before lunch to grab some mustard.
Before I even realized it, it was time for lunch and therefore, no time enough for running to Union Station. At my work, there is a shared fridge. In this fridge has been one packet of mustard for some time. I wanted to take it. I really wanted to take it. My dry hot dog was crying out for it. But I knew it wasn't mine, so I didn't.
So here's the poll: Should I have?
P.S. And why the alternate name for the post? Remember this? Or what about this? I should have asked if I could have borrowed Mr. Mustard for the day. I'm not afraid of seven-year old mustard. My mom's house has seen way older food than that.
Update given Daniel's questions: No, the mustard didn't appear to belong to anyone. It has been just sitting on the bottom of the fridge for weeks. But yes, our (countertop) fridge is almost always quite full. And no, no other condiment packages were present. Only the lone mustard.