February 11, 2011

ZOMBIE Fridge.

A few weeks ago I got food poisoning and I totally blamed it on that unpasteurized blue-veined Stilton. The cheese however, blamed the Fridge.


Remember the ZOMBIE Dishwasher? Turns out it bit and infected the Fridge.

So out with the old and in with the new! Just in time for my birthday last weekend.
Meet the New Fridge. All who approach must genuflect before it.


If you wish to touch it, you must first don Mickey's white gloves.


Fridge Glomping is permitted. No overt humping though.


How much did it cost? Well...let's just say I may change my name to "Eileen"


Cool runnings.

You can make someone else smile by sharing.

14 comments:

  1. Bleck! Food poisoning is NO laughing matter. If it makes you feel any better, my MIL gave me food poisoning before.

    Glad you have a new frig...hope your arm and leg grows back fast!

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  2. YOu should have your own cartoon page - never mind Gazette - syndicated worldwide!!!!

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  3. I'm hoping any day my loud as a lawn mower disher washer will crap out! I'm envious of you and your new appliances.

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  4. I love you in your Mickey gloves! Hysterical. I also suffer from appliance envy!

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  5. There are so many laughs in this post I don't know where to start! Or stop!

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  6. My mother has often accused me of conducting scientific experiments and leaving the remainders in my fridge :)

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  7. OK, so where did you find the deluxe model for only one arm-and-leg? But I must know-- who bit the dishwasher?

    I think the disposal did it. Disposals are the butlers of the kitchen. Smell the disposer's breath, it's a dead giveaway.

    Peachy sent me and I'm glad she did.

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  8. She who must be HeardFebruary 12, 2011 at 4:59 PM

    Check out:
    http://site.mawebcenters.com/astepaheadllc/ss_upper_extremity/index.htm
    http://site.mawebcenters.com/astepaheadllc/ss_lower_extremity/index.htm
    That is one sexy refrigerator....

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  9. What do you use for your illustrations? I hope you've seen this: http://www.ted.com/talks/liza_donnelly_drawing_upon_humor_for_change.html

    You're on the cusp!

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  10. @ M + V - No I hadn't seen it, but I'm very glad I now have. Thanks!

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  11. It's ALL coming together now...

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  12. You can't stop a zombie infestation you can only hope to contain it.

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  13. Awesome! Felt the same way when we got ours. Good for a morning chuckle, thanks.

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