Now this is a fridge!!!!

#2
Seems a good idea, although I'd much prefer a plumbed-in option delivering cooled and de-gunged water in place of the pig's ear.

What did set me thinking, however, was this (from the ad):
Brushed Stainless Steel doors with titanium side panels
Now why the fück would you need titanium side-panels on a domestic fridge?

MsG
 
#4
Dear Santa, I have been a good boy this year (sort of!) and I know youre an old man, with a bad back, and a hernia, but could I please have one of dem dar beer fridges. Cheers easy! BP2O
 
#6
Bugsy said:
Seems a good idea, although I'd much prefer a plumbed-in option delivering cooled and de-gunged water in place of the pig's ear.

What did set me thinking, however, was this (from the ad):
Brushed Stainless Steel doors with titanium side panels
Now why the fück would you need titanium side-panels on a domestic fridge?

MsG
So when you discover you've ran out of beer,you cant dent the sides when you kick the sh1te out of it!!!
(but you might break your foot!)
 
#7
While a stunning idea that should be applauded; how easy would it be to get hold of the correct barrel for your favourite tipple?

Also I think the freezer is too small for the doris, even if I chop her arms and legs off; would have to get a seperate chest freezer...
 
#10
crabby said:
While a stunning idea that should be applauded; how easy would it be to get hold of the correct barrel for your favourite tipple?

Also I think the freezer is too small for the doris, even if I chop her arms and legs off; would have to get a seperate chest freezer...
I saw the fridge on 'Somehing for the weekend' today which was on while I was making a Full Ulster (+ 2 slices white bread mit brown sauce for the banjo!)
and it takes those small barrels of beer like Wobbly,six litre ones (the modern Party seven!) which slots in the door panel.
 
#12
the_butler said:
I much prefer mine :D
Plus picture of butler's wine cellar!
Whoo! Now you've really done it! Instead of garnering praise for your efforts, you've got everybody wondering why you wanted to insert a piccy (and a huge one at that) displaying a couple of dozen bottles of cheap rotgut that everybody else would've dumped in a wooden crate or two in the shed! But no, you had to spread them about among a load of cheap plywood shelving (which I bet you built yourself, and are proud of it, eh?), just to show you've got a "wine cellar" (and I use the term loosely).

I believe the Italian word is "Tossoro", or similar!

MsG
 

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