For UdgeI have so many avocados because my friend gave them to me just before she flew off Friday to the USA, to attend her brand-new grandson's Brit.
Oooh, you have a left-handed fridge! Do you know how rare those are? (slightly less rare than left-handed people, probably).That all looks very healthy. Not many dead-animal-products in there, Savtadotty, or did you hide them behind the avocadoes?Thank you for playing the game!
I paid the moving guy about US$15. to switch the door on the fridge from right- to left-handed because that's the way my kitchen is laid out. Otherwise I would have had to go out on my balconey to open my fridge. Luckily it's an Amana, and the door is easily switched. Unluckily, it's American-proportioned, so the liter-high coke bottles don't fit so well in the door. It was a painful moment when we discovered that the fridge niche is narrower in the rear than in the front. That was 15 years ago, and I still remember the sound of kitchen tiles being chopped into dust.
About the dead animal products: they're in the freezer. We in the sunny Mediterranean eschew wurst and game.
I'm impressed with how neat it is in there. And clean. But I would expect nothing less of you Savta. Such a balabusta you are.
Third Street: Thank you so much! At last someone has called me a balabusta! Now I know I've arrived as a savta. I was almost as proud when Prowesslessnesslessness told me one of his new friends called me "a cool mom." The cool balabusta? Sounds like a blog name.
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