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What's in your fridge?

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mine stays stuffed with 3 kids in the house..kind of a pain in the ass because you gotta pull so much stuff out to get to the beer in the back.

 

That's why you need an extra one in the garage.

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Originally Posted by Ravioli View Post

 

That's why you need an extra one in the garage.

 

about a month ago P called and asked if I could use a second hand fridge,

 

I said, "you mean one I could put in the garage and fill with beer"

 

 

 

my life is complete.

 

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yes the garage frig,now mine is full with non beer stuff so i put 1 in the cave.3 friges & 1 chest freezer-all full.need more room for venison.no kids home anymore but big on family & friends visiting so gotta have stuff.winter is good as i can leave beer in the garage & it never freezes.

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my life is complete.

 

mine's not but I ony need one fridge

 

there actually was a second fridge in my place when i moved in but it was so scummy and disgusting that even by bachelor standards it had to be put to death. plus as you can see I keep **** rather spotless.

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no garage,im sorry to hear that.i owned a home with no garage once,my first,didnt realize how much i needed 1 till i built my last home.MY garage as it turns out is a 2 car size but my wifes truck is what lives there,a small work bench,2 mowers,a generator,frig,dog box for my truck & the quad.then i had to build a wood shed that turned into a bit more at 24ft x 8 ft lean to style that holds 5 cord my splitter & tractor/loader.wish i had more room for 3 yaks,a duck boat & a 18ft deep v.i still have to park my 2 trucks outside.

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