5.15.2008

blogger cribs.

Rachel has quite a fun post today over at Black Eiffel. A look into blogger refrigerators, and yes, my sad, sad fridge is included in the mix.



So glad to know Jo and I are kindred spirits both in food and spirit. ;)

24 comments:

heidi said...

ha ha!!! LOVE this theme. I actually have fridge envy. I bet any of those containers have better vittles than the leftover fish sticks, peas & pasta in my fridge.

bandelle said...

At least you have food in your fridge. Mine is pretty much empty :)

design for mankind. said...

HA--- thanks. I'll have to count my blessings, yes? :)

i roberti said...

in Italy is possible to have empty fridge because you need just to have "spaghetti+olio d'oliva+ aglio(garlic)+ peperoncino(HotChili)" and you'll feel very very happy! You are all invited!!
roberta

a cat of impossible colour said...

Reminds me of the Lorelei's fridge from the Gilmore Girls :)

a cat of impossible colour said...

Oops, please mentally erase the extra 'the' :)

design for mankind. said...

HAHAHA--- italy must be my kinda place!

And oh gosh, cat--- it totally does!

i roberti said...

I' sorry but I'll traslate you somethinks..."The plant of slippers" a kids open-story with open end..and I like open-design.
See you again for pasta!!!
roberta

a~iek said...

Great Scotts!!! I can't believe our fridgerators are similar. Don't believe it? I snapped a picture for you - visit the blog!

I am such a freak about putting leftovers or carry out meals back into their packaging and sitting them in the fridge rather than the trash can. What can I say...I have my quirks (issues). I'm working on this habit though as I tend to regulate the fridge when company is around and it's not cool.

What a great post...rockstar (smile)!!!

design for mankind. said...

YAY--- WE ARE FRIDGE TWINS! :)

my love for you. said...

HIGH-larious.

Carolina Eclectic said...

I think you are very brave :) My fridge is somewhat similar, but I would be too freaked out to show it.

justJENN said...

That is ridiculous. I am coming to drop off a full homemade meal for you stat.

design for mankind. said...

Yes, Jenn--- I'm so malnutritioned! :)

kat said...

Ha ha, I love this and recently linked to a real simple post about the contents of your drawer - it must be blogger serendipity!

quaint handmade said...

i'm concerned about the angle of that one container.it looks like it might slip and you'll have a food collage on the floor and on your shoes.

i totally agree about the guitar and want to learn to play, too! but, i don't want to get old looking hands, so i'm waiting until they're naturally old. not too much longer!

jozette said...

I saw Jo's post and I have to say...your's was my absolute favorite hands down. I laughed out loud when I saw it and thought...boy that fridge looks familiar (resembles mine so closely).

I need to take guitar lessons. I stared playing about 5 years ago and am what you would call {air quote} self taught {air quote} and {air quote} not very good {end air quote}. But it's soooo fun.

whit. ing. said...

Thank you so much for not fancying up your fridge for this blog post feature. I love that you were so straight up. We need more of that here in blog world.

design for mankind. said...

You know what, Whit? You're RIGHT! We do need more honesty.

design for mankind. said...

Jozette--- your air quotes are simply hilarious.

And Cindy--- I know! You're totally right. ;)

Shiny Black Shoes said...

omg that IS so funny! lol

franki durbin said...

that is hysterical. ours is stocked with red bull sugar free (for me) rockstar for my husband and enough steak and fish to satisfy a family of 8 (yes, just the two of us... we love our proteins)

we should absolutely do more of this - and I too love the honesty!

design for mankind. said...

HHAHAH so fun, Franki!

number said...

This is a nice blog. I like it!

welcome.

because beauty lies in the details of design. in the pencil shavings, in the blueberry waffles. the vintage dress, framed portrait, old postcard.

design is inevitable. celebrated. design for mankind.

5.15.2008

blogger cribs.

Rachel has quite a fun post today over at Black Eiffel. A look into blogger refrigerators, and yes, my sad, sad fridge is included in the mix.



So glad to know Jo and I are kindred spirits both in food and spirit. ;)

24 comments:

heidi said...

ha ha!!! LOVE this theme. I actually have fridge envy. I bet any of those containers have better vittles than the leftover fish sticks, peas & pasta in my fridge.

bandelle said...

At least you have food in your fridge. Mine is pretty much empty :)

design for mankind. said...

HA--- thanks. I'll have to count my blessings, yes? :)

i roberti said...

in Italy is possible to have empty fridge because you need just to have "spaghetti+olio d'oliva+ aglio(garlic)+ peperoncino(HotChili)" and you'll feel very very happy! You are all invited!!
roberta

a cat of impossible colour said...

Reminds me of the Lorelei's fridge from the Gilmore Girls :)

a cat of impossible colour said...

Oops, please mentally erase the extra 'the' :)

design for mankind. said...

HAHAHA--- italy must be my kinda place!

And oh gosh, cat--- it totally does!

i roberti said...

I' sorry but I'll traslate you somethinks..."The plant of slippers" a kids open-story with open end..and I like open-design.
See you again for pasta!!!
roberta

a~iek said...

Great Scotts!!! I can't believe our fridgerators are similar. Don't believe it? I snapped a picture for you - visit the blog!

I am such a freak about putting leftovers or carry out meals back into their packaging and sitting them in the fridge rather than the trash can. What can I say...I have my quirks (issues). I'm working on this habit though as I tend to regulate the fridge when company is around and it's not cool.

What a great post...rockstar (smile)!!!

design for mankind. said...

YAY--- WE ARE FRIDGE TWINS! :)

my love for you. said...

HIGH-larious.

Carolina Eclectic said...

I think you are very brave :) My fridge is somewhat similar, but I would be too freaked out to show it.

justJENN said...

That is ridiculous. I am coming to drop off a full homemade meal for you stat.

design for mankind. said...

Yes, Jenn--- I'm so malnutritioned! :)

kat said...

Ha ha, I love this and recently linked to a real simple post about the contents of your drawer - it must be blogger serendipity!

quaint handmade said...

i'm concerned about the angle of that one container.it looks like it might slip and you'll have a food collage on the floor and on your shoes.

i totally agree about the guitar and want to learn to play, too! but, i don't want to get old looking hands, so i'm waiting until they're naturally old. not too much longer!

jozette said...

I saw Jo's post and I have to say...your's was my absolute favorite hands down. I laughed out loud when I saw it and thought...boy that fridge looks familiar (resembles mine so closely).

I need to take guitar lessons. I stared playing about 5 years ago and am what you would call {air quote} self taught {air quote} and {air quote} not very good {end air quote}. But it's soooo fun.

whit. ing. said...

Thank you so much for not fancying up your fridge for this blog post feature. I love that you were so straight up. We need more of that here in blog world.

design for mankind. said...

You know what, Whit? You're RIGHT! We do need more honesty.

design for mankind. said...

Jozette--- your air quotes are simply hilarious.

And Cindy--- I know! You're totally right. ;)

Shiny Black Shoes said...

omg that IS so funny! lol

franki durbin said...

that is hysterical. ours is stocked with red bull sugar free (for me) rockstar for my husband and enough steak and fish to satisfy a family of 8 (yes, just the two of us... we love our proteins)

we should absolutely do more of this - and I too love the honesty!

design for mankind. said...

HHAHAH so fun, Franki!

number said...

This is a nice blog. I like it!