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Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by Cybergypsy, Sep 20, 2007.
You don't want to know what's in mine, and even more, you don't want to see it!
show the pics people.....
Jones soda ROCKS!!! So does Yoplait yogurt. I'm a fan of the banana custard.
I'll take a pic when I get home, but there's not much- maybe some salad, some milk, eggs, cheese, salsa, leftover stew that I made last night.....Nothing exciting. I need to go buy some beer.
you guys are weird. why would you even post a thread like this?
my fridge has in it....
I have to say this is more interesting that the keychain thread. its almost cribs like.
its rediculous. next will be post whats in your garbage can, or maybe whats in the dumpster down the street.
no rediculous is the keychain thread. this is actually interesting.
then why do you keep posting move on....
I can see it now: Celebrity Fridges. On MTV
On MTV Cribs usually everyone shows their fridge. all the rappers are rockin the crystal.
Anyone who is interested in food would be interested in this thread.
Just because you think something is pointless doesn't mean that it is, and if you don't like it, don't post in it.
I'd take a pic if I had a camera. Sorry.
Just like anyone interested in cars would love to see pictures of camshafts and big ends, you mean?
Mary, and a bits and pieces of Christine.
Hmm. I'll oblige.
Fair enough, my post was a generalization and I apologize for that. However, I don't understand this attitude that people have on the internet that everything has to cater to them.
I don't think that's what they mean or want. I'm guessing most people are wondering just how...well...mundane a post can be.
Hey, dumpsters are kinda neat.
Someone in my neighborhood tossed out a broken PS2 console next to the dumpster. (We are required by the homeowners assoc. to put all electronic stuff next to the dumpster, not in it, which is good, because I take the computers and stuff to a computer recycler via my PC group.)
Laser was busted, adjusted it, it worked for a while, then the board died.
Oh well, at least I got more spare parts out of it.
My nephew got a working Lisa out of a dumpster in a university parking lot. He couldn't believe someone put that in a dumpster. Even if it was 1990-something. The thing is a collector's item!