YJ-FridgeJags

This stuff makes me angry…. I mean like UPMC hates Highmark (or Highmark hates UPMC), still-sooooo-mad -that-the-Patriots-one-the-Super-Bowl level of angry.

And the situation could be fixed with a simple sheet of plastic wrap or one of the used take-out container that we’ve been hording for the last 13 years.  But noooo…we just have to put stuff in the fridge open because, for some apparent reason, we are trying to study the process of fossilizing food.

I am fairly certain that,when this happens in the summer, our neighbors close their windows and turn their air conditioners on, NOT to protect themselves from the heat but, because our windows are open and they don’t want to gag from the dead-corpse fumes that are emitted each time we open up our refrigerator door.

I think you can actually smell this if you lean forward and press your nose on to the screen.

(I was kidding…if you are now wiping nose-oil off of your screen, please write me and submit yourself for a potential blog post)

So to the “secret evil elves” in my house who are leaving these items in our fridge, know this: We have a kitchen drawer that overflows with unmatched plastic containers and lids… so full that the lids fall out on the floor and the containers sometimes get stuck on the bottom of the drawer above it and you can’t open it..kind of full.  Maybe if ya’d use one of THOSE containers our “frigerator” won’t smell like garlic-mustard-chocolate-hot-pepper-cheddar-Parmesan-onion-old-tube-sock-turkey-stuffing, Ya Jagoffs!

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