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Thursday, June 19, 2008

Zero Gravity Fridge

A fridge in zero gravity would be good, because you could fit so much more stuff in there. No need for shelves, just stuff whatever it is in, and let it find its own space. The only problem is that when you opened the door again, stuff would probably all float out, and you'd have to go around and find everything and put it all back.

13 comments:

timpani76 said...

Yeah, you know I was just thinking that...ok, not really.

Brad Carter said...

That's why it needs some kind of a light force field over the door area, so things won't fly out.

The only problem is that you couldn't just set your half-empty glass of milk in the fridge or it'd end up messier than Renae's. And you couldn't set open plates of food inside either. But I guess those are acceptable tradeoffs for a zero gravity fridge.

Bruce said...

just cram more stuff in so it would be a pressure fitting.

Anonymous said...

At least you wouldn't lose stuff underneath the freezer anymore, since it would just be floating around anyway.

MC

Anonymous said...

Why is your blog on West Coast time?

MC

pie-seas79 said...

Actually, that might work out just dandy. At least when things fell out they wouldn't go splat on the floor, right?

lizS said...

wait wait wait. is just the fridge zero gravity, or everwhere the fridge is, like the area around the fridge too. that would be annoying, not to mention the motion sickness. ick.

Eyepoke said...

A force feild would work I guess... but maybe instead you could just INTIMIDATE your food into staying in there. Just yell at it and hit it with, like, a cattle prod or something if it started to float out. You could only have living, semi-intelligent food, of course, then.

Then, of course, you have the problem of the food eating the other food.

Dana Cheryl said...

Then the food at the top of the "food chain" would gather so much strength it would eat you.

Haven't you learned anything from the movie "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes"? Which is just slightly less amusing that "Night of a Thousand Cats". Find those on NetFlix if you can!!!!!!

Bruce said...

of corse, hit it with the cattle prod enough and you might cook it. that could be a handy time saver. pre cooked, frozen, semi inteligent, live food. call the patent office quick.

Dana Cheryl said...

Ya know what... I think we have the entire plot for our own B movie. We could surpassed the fame of Attack of the Killer Tomatoes which is sadly relevent w/ the current salmonella in the tomatoes situation.

Eyepoke said...

redrum

Dana Cheryl said...

Here's Johnnnnny!