Sometimes on the way to your dream,

you get lost and find a better one.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

whimsical wednesday #14

Whimsical Wednesday is here again.

For your enjoyment, I bring you .....

The Happy Fridge.

Imagine seeing this when you open your fridge first thing in the morning.

Would you be happy? 
A liitle startled? 
Wondering who the heck has time (or is crazy enough) to draw happy faces on everything?

Once again I remind you these are all googled images.

15 comments:

  1. I would love that. That would just light up my morning.

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  2. Happy, happy, happy. And, the eggs make me chuckle.

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  3. A Mob Of Cool Dudes Just Chillin' Out :-).

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  4. Happy and in order, River.

    I wiped out my fridge this morning and it's contents were not so happy.

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  5. It's like they are all saying 'pick me'!!

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  6. Ah yes, "The Happy Fridge" :) To complete the photo a leftover "Happy Meal", would have been perfect :)
    Speaking of fridges, I have a talking fridge.
    Um, happy drawing LOL
    In kindness, Gary

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  7. Delores; I'd like waking up to that too.

    Joanne; I think I'll try to find stick on happy faces for my fridge containers. I don't think I'll be drawing them on my eggs though.

    Windsmoke; you're too funny. chillin' out...I like that.

    Elisabeth; My fridge contents are fairly happy, the fridge is wiped out every week.

    Sarah; you're right...ha ha, if only they knew what pick me meant.

    Klahanie; leftover happy meal? Is there such a thing?
    Tell me more about the talking Fridge? Do a post on your blog perhaps. Does it just remind you of what you need to replace? Or does it hold conversations? Because that would be a little spooky....

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  8. Elisabeth is a Camberwell girl.


    Her fridge would be the size of your flat.

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  9. R.H. a fridge that big? I don't believe it.

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  10. Ah yes, but would they be smiling if they knew what was in store?.....

    Loved it, thanks.

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  11. Yeah well I've seen her house, if you wanted to buy it there'd be no change from two million.

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  12. Glad to see she's written it's instead its. A common error. Camberwell can stumble like St Albans.

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  13. Caption...Dont forget to take your medication..

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  14. That is utterly adorable - I'd be thrilled to see that.

    What I see is grumpy leftovers, farty cheese, dead lettuce, moldering sauces and pukey pumpkin pieces!

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  15. EC; probably not.

    R.H. ah, the misplaced apostrophe strikes again.

    Tempo; or we'll all be grinning like that?

    Kath; empty those crispers and set Sapphire to work with big black markers. Farty cheese...that's a blog post you need to write.

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