r/stealing, Souplantation, and u/itsyerdad's famous Whole Foods shoplifting trick

Sep 30, 2017, 05:32 AM

Is stealing a universally reprehensible behavior, or is there a real art to knowing how get the copper out of someone's AC unit without them knowing? Is the National Shoplifting League going to eclipse the NFL as the next great American sport, or do teenagers just have too much time on their hands. Will u/itsyerdad be recruited to join the cast of Ocean's 11 because of his cunning Whole Foods "Soup" trick? These are the kinds of questions you might be able to answer on r/stealing, a sub for professional and amateur thieves to discuss the tricks of their ethically challenging trade. Speaking of Soup, what's the deal with Souplantation? Is shaved lettuce and shredded lettuce the same thing? And will designer dogs become the delicacies during the next world war? This episode brought to you by soup and trueswords.com