View Full Version : Post your Fridge!

06-02-2005, 10:22 AM
Commisioned by the Moderator Leonie, here is where you post pictures of your fridge's insides. Jolly good fun. It might even help tell us why you're getting a bulge around the waist in your latest picture in the Post your pic or else thread.

Here's mine, sorry about the quality of these pics, its from my Nokia 3200, not one of those fancy shmancy 1 megapixel or whatever they're up to now Sony ericssons.


Mmm... Leftovers. Future lunches and dinners.


Milk and ketchup. Incredibly useful, breakfast and lunch, right there.


Uhm... too much fruit?

06-02-2005, 10:43 AM
woo. Ditto post. But, since it's got it's own thread and all...


My stylish faux-stainless steel fridge, complete with retro magnets, one with the number of a pizza place on it, one with the name of my pharmacy (I can't turn down a good magnet) and of course the assortment I got from www.tomatonation.com for appearing in The Vine.

Now to the good stuff.

List of contents:
On that top shelf, which is technically the "freezer," though it will only make ice with a metal ice tray, are THREE bags of coffee, all from the best coffee selection I can find in the states, Stew Leonards New York Blend, and the Kona Blend, which is not bad, but not great either.
Then, an empty thing of Pepsi, which I've not gotten around to throwing out, and a minorly fully bottle of Coke. Wedged in between is actually a sandwich that is probably not at it's prime as it's been in there for two days.
On that bottom shelf is a handy Brita filter pitcher which I really never use because it's so huge and hard to get out of the fridge, which is weirdly wedged in between my desk and the tv, and because it's impossible to fill it in my sink here in my dorm.
In the door of the fridge, there's on the bottom an empty bottle of 1% milk, then yet another bag of coffee, this one Starbucks Breakfast Blend, which is the best coffee THEY have, then a can of Barqs Root Beer, and you can barely make out the lid and neck of an empty mini-bottle of Bailey's that I haven't thrown out. At the top is my coffee creamer.

Delightful. The best part is the oatmeal on top. Yum.

06-02-2005, 01:29 PM
K, here we go:


This is a picture of my cute little mini fridge. There's two magnets stuck to it, I got one as a Christmas present from a friend, and the other resembles the ones on Mags' fridge. With a letter that resembles Mags' stationary. And Mags' handwriting. Funny that.

On top of the fridge are some bread, two cook books (Nigella Lawson!!11one) that I never use, and some apples. More importantly, there are two bags of crisps. Yummy. In the plastic box is more bread, and pitta bread, which I'll tell you more about in a bit.

We move on to the interior of the mini fridge:


In the door, on the left: lemonade. Yes, lemonade, cranberry flavoured. Why lemonade? Because it's cheap and yummy, and I'm a poor student. Next to the lemonade is my favourite drink in the whole wide world: pineapple juice. Unfortunately, it's also incredibly expensive, so I can't buy it too often. Felt sorry for myself for no reason the other day though, so that's why I have pineapple juice. Then, there's more lemonade, but this is the kind you don't even have to make yourself. Not only am I a poor student, I'm also a lazy student. In the left hand corner, the pink stuff on the top shelf of the door, that would be some kind of sausage. That I should probably chuck out...

In the fridge, there are eggs, and salad stuff, and more fruit juice. And salami. Because when you have pitta bread, and salami, and a toaster, you can make the most amazing mini pizza things. I have to come up with a better name for them, but they're good.

Top right in my fridge is a tiny little freezer department that works too well. Basically, anything that's underneath it gets frozen too. Frozen eggs in this case. Lovely.

Now technically, I have another fridge, namely the one in the kitchen. But seeing how none of my stuff is actually in there, I'll leave it. There's also a yet to be named new life form living in there. It's pink, and mushroom-y. Not good. I like my fungus-less mini fridge :D

Edit: As you can see, there is absolutely nothing in there that could be considered dinner. And as it's a Sunday, the shops are closed. Mini pizza things it is...

Edit 2: And yes, that's right, I don't own any milk. Milk is evil.

06-02-2005, 01:52 PM
Gosh couldn't think that was possible, but your fridge looks smaller than mine, Leoni, It certainly does feel good to know that :p.
the only thing is that mine is empty coz I'm not only a poor student, I'm also a lazy one, I hate going to the supermarket, which means , there isn't meat, there isn't anything in here apart water and cheese don't know how to say it in english, I don't even have bred. :icon_err:, too bad I don't have a camera to show you all :), anyway being a student would be a great way to lose weight, too bad I don't want to.

Now I'll stop my spamming :)

06-02-2005, 02:48 PM
My fridge :D

What’s in it? I have no idea, ecological food,…,milk, pizza’s, …


http://home.tiscali.be/flightfreaks/fridge2.jpg http://home.tiscali.be/flightfreaks/fridge3.jpg

07-02-2005, 04:51 AM
Ooo shiny mirror fridge, niiiice. Is it a pain to keep clean?

08-02-2005, 10:59 AM
Nope, you don’t need to put your dirty hands on it to open it.
It's cleaned once a week.

08-02-2005, 11:14 AM
Edit 2: And yes, that's right, I don't own any milk. Milk is evil.
AAAAHH!! je lijf schreeuwt om melk! You should now it, because of the commercials that the government made!

08-02-2005, 11:40 AM
Your body doesn’t need it, allot of people are even allergic for it.

08-02-2005, 11:41 AM
but its tasty when all chocolatey mmmmm

08-02-2005, 11:43 AM
:icon_guin :icon_guin

08-02-2005, 02:53 PM
I realized that picture I posted before wasn't an accurate representation of what my fridge is usually like. This is.


It really is usually just coffee and creamer.

08-02-2005, 03:11 PM
I realized that picture I posted before wasn't an accurate representation of what my fridge is usually like. This is.


It really is usually just coffee and creamer.

A woman after my own heart. Well...coffee, cream and beer.

08-02-2005, 06:18 PM
A woman after my own heart. Well...coffee, cream and beer.

Ah, but there's still that empty thing of Baileys. Now, if only I had a full one...

08-02-2005, 07:24 PM
I'm not much of a liqueur man, but then again...
I'm not a picky man, Homer **belch**

08-02-2005, 08:41 PM
Me and Duckula's fridge. Fear it.

Contents: (from top right first, then the shelves)
-Tomato Puree, various cheeses
-Garlic infused duck fat, thai green curry paste, Monsoon Malabar cafetiere Coffee, lemon curd, homemade blackberry jam.
-2 waitrose organic full fat milk, BBQ sauce, semi skimmed, skimmed milk
-Creamed tomato (not mine or Duckula's), kimchi hidden behind it, cathedral city cheese, free range organic eggs, some more cheese, lurpak spreadable, president butter behind it
-Hovis wholemeal, granary malted brown bread, ham chunks above it, some more organic skimmed milk, chicken in a tub, chicken kiev defrosting
-Lettuce, 2 rump steaks behind it, leftover bolonaise sauce, my personal deli corner with leerdammer cheese, pepper roasted gammon ham, british roast beef, and skol cheese high in omega 3,6,9. And some more semi skimmed milk.
-Mange tois, broccoli, carrots, corguettes, cucumber, tomatoes.

Nothing special.

08-02-2005, 08:43 PM
mmm tasty...

08-02-2005, 08:47 PM
mmm tasty...

...and very efficiently packed. What is Lurpack?

08-02-2005, 08:53 PM
Lurpak is a pleasant quality lightly salted butter.

08-02-2005, 08:55 PM
Its no surprise you are all skint :P

08-02-2005, 09:10 PM
Lurpak is a pleasant quality lightly salted butter.
Thank you. The Alzheimer's was preventing me from remembering where I'd heard of it. Radio ads. We must have it here.
I'll post a pic of my fridge if I can remember to. Not likely. :icon_conf

08-02-2005, 11:31 PM
Fear my mighty fridge arranging skills. Also, beef is good.

12-02-2005, 06:28 AM
Note generous supply of beer and cake, plus half a cow's worth of steak on the middle shelf.

06-03-2005, 11:47 AM
finally got a camera to picture my beautiful student fridge :)