Recently some obscure relative of mine kicked the bucket. Her will pretty much said first come first serve.
Here's the good part, She had Alzheimer's, and bought her husband diapers every week or two, even though he was dead. She forgot that he died (apparently, he was a workaholic) and, he was never home to begin with anyway, so she just figured that he was at work.
The thing is, There's loads of diapers around, but I don't want to get caught by another scavenging relative trying to get them. What's the best plan of attack? It's not stealing or anything wrong, and I know that they'll just get thrown out if I don't grab some.
My thoughts were one pack at a time. Take several trips like everyone else. But, the problem is, that I can't drive, and my parents don't have any cars that would be easy to hide such a thing from their view, or put it in a place where they'll remain undisturbed until i can retrieve them later that night.
but my question, now is should I try to take them and how, or will i have to do some late-night dumpster diving?
Also, as a side note, you're probably thinking about how i could be such a cold, insensitive bastard, but you must understand, that I never knew the person. sure, it's sad that someone died, but you can't really blame me for not really crying at the funeral or anything like that, can you?