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Wednesday, July 11, 2007

My New Fridge Sounds Like a Small Car

I’m not kidding…it’s really loud. It honestly sounds like the small European car my ex-boyfriend and I drove around Spain in.

When I told my brother how loud my fridge was he asked me “Did you read the manual?” I replied with the same question “Did I read the manual?” I paused “No, I didn’t read my manual” and I thought…First off, who the hell reads manuals and second, it’s a fridge not WordPress. What exactly do I need to do besides plug it in, adjust the knobs to cold inside the fridge and freezer and wait for it to get cold—this thing doesn’t require additional plug-ins to work!!

He recommended I unplug the fridge and read the manual…so I did, because big brother sometimes knows best, but guess what?? Still sounds like a small car is running in my kitchen. Looks like I’ll be going to Sears again tomorrow morning.


Bowrag said...

But does it leave your food cold?

Trik said...

Way back, in a deep corner of my mind, I must have known that fridges come with manuals. But aside from that, who ever would read one? Or write one for that matter.

If it's any consolation, 2 of my three computers, when on at the same time, create the sound of a small airplane. I think of it as therapeutic white noise that helps me concentrate. Well, yeah, good luck back at Sears. :)