I put this together for our Music Matters newsletter, but I thought I’d post it for all of you… Here’s a rundown of my recent battle with the station’s fridge. Awesome.
MONDAY- I came in this morning and had enough of the smell. I cleaned the bottom shelf of the fridge at about 5am….good times. Special note to the special someone who leaves produce in Ziploc bags, even things in Ziplocs go bad after 2 or 3 months. Dear God that was horrible. I think one of the items was trying to run away from me so I soaked it in boiling water. Stay away from the garbage can. STAY AWAY FROM THE GARBAGE CAN!!!
TUESDAY – There are three containers pulled from the Deathfridge. They are sitting on the counter and will be thrown away by the time I leave today. I personally feel the damage and horror contained inside each one of these containers cannot be reversed but I also don’t want to throw away a valuable 90 cent container. If they make their way back into Deathfridge they will be immediately destroyed. What gives me this authority? My holy quest to destroy Deathfridge and all it stands for. Special shout out to the person who brought in a bag of cheese….sometime during the Clinton administration. Those were the days weren’t they?
WEDNESDAY – I’m more then happy to throw everything away in the Deathfridge. One must hit bottom to get back up to the top. So sayeth the Deathfridge slayer.
THURSDAY – To update you on the Deathfridge: Both the upper and lower shelves are taken care of. Today was the inside door and butter container. In the butter container was a container of either blood or tar. Or both. I think someone may have been murdered by Deathfridge and I plan on a full investigation.
FRIDAY – Today’s shout out goes to the person who left the paper bag full of….maybe eyeballs? I’m not sure. Could have been eyeballs. If the avian flu does spread, one need not look further then our kitchen for the source.