Discover the world through the refrigerator
February 3, 2008 3:46pm CST
It is wonderful to find out how many things they meet for browsing large network of the Internet. Today I discovered this particular site (fridgewatcher.com), which is made only of pictures. The phrase is written on the site: "Fridgewatcher.com is a project where people open their fridges to others. CAUSE every fridge tells a story. We want to know yours. Send us a picture of your refrigerator." In fact the authors of the site users to send pictures of the interior of their refrigerator and apparently in many amo do so. There are photos of refrigerators from all over the world. Who knows if this can be another way to know the cultere other countries?
• United States
6 Feb 08
OMG that is so kewl. It makes me want to go clean and rearrange my fridge, though. Who knows when somebody might sneak a cell phone in there and SNAP, green fungus all over the world. Actually, as bad as it sometimes gets, I've never grown green fungus in our fridge, but once I found some in the school refrigerator at a place where I was substitute teaching. It was such a neat school with such adorable students that I had intended to get a contract to teach full time there, but after seeing how the school lunches were prepared, I took a pass on that. Yes, this is a great way to learn an appreciation for other cultures! Great discussion!