This left us in a bit of a quandary. We are still planning on moving some time this half decade and didn't want to buy a new fridge and find that our new kitchen needed a different fridge. So, what to do? My dad kindly offered to lend me one of his and another blogger buddy offered to lend us one, too. In the end I thought: do we really need a fridge?
This morning I got up to make the kids breakfast and fetched icy cold milk from this:
|I think this was designed for cabbies to keep their lunch cold, but thanks anyway|
to the kind people of Premier cabs, it's my family's new fridge!
|Let's take a peek inside!|
|Milk is kept ice cold with a frozen bag of Black & Gold vegies |
(c'mon no-one would eat them anyway, they were super frosty).
|Underneath, essentials like butter and cheese. Who needs anything else?|
|Take that! You stupid piece of crap!|
So, the point of this tale? Who needs bulky, expensive, imported, carbon-producing appliances? Not me. I can take my new fridge with me where ever I go! Can you do that with your fancy Fisher and Paykel?