1. Those little condiment cups at restaurants. The ones you aren't supposed to take. I have them in a variety of colors and sizes. The best one is a ceramic one from Loco's that had black beans in it. Its' perfect for a snack serving of grapes. And the ones at Red Lobster are always blue or aqua. Really pretty.
2. A Marvin Avenue street sign. Kristen, Jessica and I creeping down the street in black hoodies on my birthday. The best part? We couldn't get the sign off the pole so the pole came with us. My sign is now in the top 10 things I'd grab if the apartment was on fire.
3. Buttons from Walmart. Not on purpose. The lady didn't see them in the plastic bin I also bought. Oops. This has also happened with greeting cards. Where they scan one, but miss the other.
4. Chris' red plaid flannel shirt. Mine now.
5. Library books. A whole stack of 'em. I checked them out over a year ago.... but I still plan to return them, so does it count?
6. Music, frequently. But if I really love something, I'll eventually buy it on vinyl. It's like a test-run.
7. I once wrote a letter and instead of putting postage on it, I addressed it to myself, put the recipient in the return area and it was "returned" to them because it had no postage. Free letter. I've only done that one once, though. But it was pretty hilarious.
8. A bag of Cheetos from Subway. I got the meal and forgot I'd gotten the cookie as my side and grabbed a bag of Cheetos. I didn't realize it until I got home.
9. I'm not sure if this is stealing, exactly, but I once bought a shirt that was on clearance. Once I got it home, I decided I didn't like it that much. I took it back to the store a few days later and it was no longer on clearance... no idea why. I'd lost my receipt in the meantime and when I returned it, it scanned for more than I'd spent.... So she gave me more money back than I'd spent. I kinda felt bad about that one.
10. Toilet paper from the girls' restroom at school when I was out and broke at my old apartment. Jessica also once did this when we lived together at the Marvin House. After I'd told her to. The ingenuity of poor college students knows no bounds.
What have you stolen?