video – stagger into kitchen – root around in fridge for a beer

Can you think of a more worthless post for myopera? It was a hard week. The beer was needed.

10 responses to “video – stagger into kitchen – root around in fridge for a beer

  1. That was F*****g Awesome! I love the Silk in the 'fridge. I also love the fact that you keep your beer in the same drawer as I.It's like twinsies! πŸ˜€

  2. Wo, you've got way more in your fridge than mine.I keep my beers in the fridge – that way they are easily gettable! :drunk: I see you keep your bread in the fridge. I always think of that as a Southern thing. :up:

  3. Originally posted by 0x29a:

    I love the Silk in the 'fridge.

    Silk has been a very nice thing, though they did a trick-a-roo a few years ago when they quietly dropped "organic" off the label. Now organic costs extra, if you can find it. It's still the most affordable brand, however. I was so ready to give up dairy when soy milk came along. Though I can "process" dairy, it makes me a little uncomfortable, plus I view supermarket milk as a soup of antibiotics and hormones.Originally posted by 0x29a:

    I also love the fact that you keep your beer in the same drawer as I.

    Heaven forbid we put any fresh fruit or vegetables in there. The beer fits nicely. :lol:Originally posted by yooperprof:

    I see you keep your bread in the fridge. I always think of that as a Southern thing.

    I never though about it before, though I guess it could be, ie. southern heat, humidity. You can let refrigerated bread go a long way past the expiration date. We eat so little of it that we were always throwing out half loaves.I only refrigerate production supermarket bread. Refrigerating gourmet, or homemade, bread seems to kill the flavor. The same goes for good garden-grown tomatoes. Never put 'em in the fridge. The flavor goes away.I never thought a late-night drinking post would generate any discussion, but the myopera friends are always amazing. πŸ˜€

  4. Originally posted by slackwrdave:

    Silk has been a very nice thing, though they did a trick-a-roo a few years ago when they quietly dropped "organic" off the label. Now organic costs extra, if you can find it.

    I remember when they did that. I was furious. I sent them a fairly nasty letter about it. I'll see if I can find it. I've since found a brand called Naturally Preferred that's only $2.69 USD per half-gallon (1.89L) and it's organic. It's likely a West Coast brand, though.

  5. Today I just got a new fridge. There's room enough for my beer I guess, cause I'm allergic to milk and I mean all kinds of milk…:D πŸ˜† :beer:

  6. Originally posted by JanndeSmit:

    Today I just got a new fridge.

    I'm into large appliances. :up: You should give a photo tour! πŸ˜† I like them all the way from the luxury brands to economy.I even admired the Russian fridges I saw all over Cuba. They all dripped water everywhere, but they worked.

  7. Originally posted by slackwrdave:

    You should give a photo tour!

    Here, here! Photo tour! Perhaps even a video tour can be had.:up:Even an audio tour would be great:"That is the sound of the center-right vegetable crisper drawer sliding open and closed. Open and closed. Magic."I love it!

  8. It's always good to be able to watch a webcam that my mother would approve of. Although she has a jug of guinness (stout) and evaporated milk in her fridge, usually. I keep beer in mine, though. :beer: I keep bread in the fridge, as well.

  9. Originally posted by 0x29a:

    Here, here! Photo tour! Perhaps even a video tour can be had.

    HAHA, it's just an ordinary fridge, second hand from my brother. With ordinary food and beer and milk and so on. But I see what I can do in the near future. (never made a video but well….)I will keep it in mind! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜†

  10. Originally posted by JanndeSmit:

    HAHA, it's just an ordinary fridge, second hand from my brother.

    As for my fondness for large appliances, I like seeing manufacturer nameplates, any ornamentation (especially metal/chrome), any odd features. Age and condition don't matter all that much.My favorites are washers and dryers, but fridges and dishwashers are good, too. I wish I'd taken some pics of those Russian ones in Cuba.I go here when I need appliance porn:http://www.automaticwasher.org/Old Kenmores are hot! πŸ˜€

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