Money Confession – Co-Workers

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that many of us have money secrets. I asked for people to write down their money confessions at a speech I gave last month. This confession is one of those I received and is part of a series of the most interesting that I decided to share. This is number 8 in the series:

desk drawer
“I know my co-workers’ secrets because I go through their desk drawers when they leave. If the leave candy, stamps or money, I take it as my payment for keeping quiet.”

Other confession already listed:

Photo for this confession by addon

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6 Responses to Money Confession – Co-Workers

  1. ben says:

    I realize this is a confession, but it’s just wrong. This person seems to building a blackmail list.

  2. scfr says:

    Hopefully that workplace has cameras and that thief gets fired!

  3. Alf says:

    That’s really strange. I can’t think of any deep dark secret someone could find out about me by looking in my desk drawer at work.

  4. Clever Dude says:

    Alf, they meant that they know their coworkers’ secrets cause they confess during the workday. Then when they leave, he/she goes through their desk to steal their stuff. Right?

  5. nance says:

    This person is a thief, and mean spirited. She/he needs professional help.

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