The camera made me do it!

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"I expect to pass through life but once. If therefore, there can be any kindness I can show, or any good thing I can do to any fellow being, let me do it now, and not defer or neglect it, as I shall not pass this way again." William Penn

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extreme defrosting . . .

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. . . my fridge is so rubbish

8th Jun 2008, 17:52  

JokerXL says:

Don't hack at it!!!
It'll go "pfffff-tsssssh-ffft" and you'll regret it.

8th Jun 2008, 21:21

you freeze tins?

8th Jun 2008, 21:37

OCD Sprocket says:

it's not meant to be frozen, this is the fridge compartment but the frost took hold.

8th Jun 2008, 21:41

Dhamaka says:

that's not the way we defrost around here....

8th Jun 2008, 23:14

paintist says:

nor here......ladies use a hairdryer......lol

9th Jun 2008, 03:57

Dhamaka says:

:)
exactly Paintist - the only thing my hairdryer normally comes out for :D

9th Jun 2008, 08:48

billion says:

hairdyer? ah p'shaw.

get the biggest, meanest hammer you can lay your hands on and show that damn fridge who wears the trousers...

9th Jun 2008, 11:34

Essitam says:

There is a photography exhibition on where i work called "Me, My Fridge and I" by Paul Fuller.

You should check it out it's all about people who live alone and the contant of their fridges!!

10th Jun 2008, 12:04

OCD Sprocket says:

I think the content of my fridge is rather lame, as are my cooking abilities. Since I'm not going to become the world's greatest chef and suddenly start stocking my fridge up on exotic produce from across the globe, maybe I could just place random objects in there . . . a stuffed cat, a show and tell model of a volcano . . . hmmm, will have to put some thought into this one,

10th Jun 2008, 13:20

Jane Doe says:

I bought little H an ant farm for her birthday, and the instructions tell you to put IT in the fridge, if the inhabitants get too frisky...

10th Jun 2008, 13:28

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