Started a new job a couple weeks ago, and while there are a couple mustachians (two people in my 14 person department bike commute!) I'm already noticing some ridiculousness.
One of my office mates came in with a Quiznos sandwich at lunch the other day, declaring "I'm so sick of the food options here!" (It's a college campus, so there's a Tim Horton's, a Starbucks, the aforementioned Quiznos, a cafeteria and a pub). Before I remembered that add the newbie, I might want to keep my judgmental mouth shut, I asked him why he didn't just bring food from home? I should mention he's purchased food every day I've been there. "Yeah, yeah I should really do that, shouldn't I?" was the response.
Meanwhile, the really lovely staff lounge, complete with floor to ceiling windows, fridge, freezer, microwave, comfy chairs etc. barely gets used! I've had my lunch there every day, at a range of times between 12 and 2, and there's never more than a handful (maybe 5, max) of other people there. Whilst chatting with one of the bike commuters, about the absurdity of buying lunch daily and the wonderfulness of homemade food, I was advised that many people go off campus for lunch - so not only are they buying food, but they're wasting gas (definitely no food options within walking distance) and spending their lunch hour in their car. Great choice.