First off - If this is not the right place would you move it please.
Today at my families Christmas get-together my BIL told us that he has officially quit working at the Pizza Place. (he's over 65 and it was a "side" job)
Well- there was a cake with pretty writing on it. Which was a nice gesture for someone who only worked part time anyway.
BIL later thanked the owner of the Pizza Place for the cake and was told "you're welcome, really not a bother" kind of thing.
Later after the owner left, BIL's supervisor came over and quitely told him that HE had bought the cake, not the owner, and that he would really miss him being around.
Can you believe the owner taking credit for something that he had not thought of doing himself?
Or was the bad one the supervisor for telling BIL that HE had bought the cake, even if it was told to him privately?