Being of the old school, I don't like to tread on people's toes, so I'm after some advice... The background is that I've been in the Land of the Long Corridor for a week and there's a tin of Westler's Sausages in Lard in the fridge in the tea room. It's a week and the tin is still there, unopened. Is this a kind invite to visitors to help themselves? Or is it a subtle way of indicating that there's a fellow ARRSEr about? (It's an ARRSE secret, right?) If I do decide to take the can back to my pit, is it customary to leave the middle sausage on a plate so that the owner gets a share? And should I bring the can (and sausages) back the next morning or should I pass it round the other blokes in the billet? If I do bring the can back, should I put it back in the fridge? If so, should I replace the sausage? I've been looking at the can for a few days now, but I've resisted because I'm not sure of the polite thing to do.