Saturday, 27 August 2016

!!!!!

To those that disbelieve 
The " new" fridge door
( see previous post)
Thank god John Lewis delivers

27 comments:

  1. Thank goodness the door didn't drop on his foot !

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  2. Duct tape is always handy ...

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  3. holy shit! I believed you the first time. how old is this fridge and when will you have the new one delivered?

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  4. Poor guys!!!
    How old is the fridge??? What's the brand?

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    1. Wish I had not read this as I am still using a cooker I purchased 30 years ago and keep wondering when its demise is going to take place. I cant find anything like it on the market and will miss the workhorse that it has been and the memories of all the lovely meal it has provided

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    2. sorry that should real meals

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  5. Nice towel. Hope the new fridge arrives soon!
    MissFifi

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  6. It must be all the farts and shit in the air.

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  7. Frozen Punch and Judy shows - "Ttttthat's tttthe wwway ttto dddo iiit...".

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  8. It's pretty but it's not going to keep the cold in and the warm out lol.

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  9. I see the rusty screws - how old is that so-called striped refrigerator? Stainless steel is popular over here.

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  10. Sigh. That door wouldn't keep our cats out. And there is already a patina of fur on everything.
    I hope your new fridge arrives quickly. And they take the old one away for you.

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  11. Crikey, thats a new one on me....what a bloody nuisance. We had some newly put up coving fall down in the middle of the night...thought it was burglars, they would of made less mess I`m sure

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  12. Fridge doors do not normally fall off but of course fridges are not designed to be filled to bursting point with scotch eggs.

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  13. Did John Lewis deliver that new fridge door ? Time for a customer complaint methinks. ;)

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  14. Wow! Good solution and a reminder of why I have two fridge's.

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  15. I hope they not only deliver, but deliver fast :)

    It's always something, isn't it?

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  16. Another 'all's well that ends well' story, although that 'cover' doesn't look all that 'albert-proof'.

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  17. Very stylish.... but I should imagine not quite as effective as a real door 😉

    These things always happen on a bank holiday weekend don't they!!

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  18. Ooops ! If it's 24 years old it doesn't "owe" you anything - it's practically antique !

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  19. I've never heard of a fridge door falling off before - this is definitely a first.

    24 years old????
    Hell, it's almost older than me
    (God, I almost choked on that lie....)

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    1. LOL, it gets easier , less choking as the years go by.

      says the voice of experience.

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  20. I hope that photo isn't the new John Lewis Fridge! I bet you have gone for a state of the art one that crushes ice and all sorts :)

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  21. I keep trying, but I have never worn the door off of a refrigerator. Congratulations, you have shown me something I had never seen before.

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  22. Albert in the kitchen with a screwdriver!

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