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June 15, 2006

A Note From Your Refrigerator

A Codependent Collegian guest editorial

Hi.

Remember me? I'm the big box that keeps your food cold and your ice frozen, and I do my job every day.

Would it be too much to ask for you to clean me out every once in a while? I'd do it myself, but I am not equipped for the job. Take a look - I have no hands. How am I going to get that bowl of moldy chip dip out of me?

I don't ask for much - just a little electricity, a yearly coil cleaning, and some basic housekeeping now and then. I don't want to upset you, but I really could use some attention.

Listen - I know you love your dog and all, but was it really necessary to stick his stool sample inside me before the vet visit? I was completely freaked that the baggie would open, and dog crap would mix in with all the other spilled food, beer, and rotten fruit I am keeping for you.

Thanks for listening!

By the way - your new roommate drinks straight out of the milk carton. I just thought you should know. That's what friends are for, right? Flock world cup ring tones Krugle

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