And with an ICE MAKER! Never had one of those, and don't bother with trays, because they're a pain and take up freezer space.
Firemonkey wrote:Huh? No auto-magic ice maker, and no trays either? What did you do?? Did you buy your ice, or live ice free all these years?
Fetzervalve wrote:I doesn't have ice in the door, cause that took too much space out of the refer... Good luck with the 'remodel'!
Just how many open jars of apricot preserves does one home need?
Firemonkey wrote:It sounds like you need to take this opportunity to clean house. Maybe some apricot bbq sauce over some roasted chicken? Or an apricot stuffing and/or glaze on a pork loin??
Saucier wrote:Sanster, do pry all that moulding off, I will let you borrow my door stretcher!
Sanny wrote:Saucier wrote:Sanster, do pry all that moulding off, I will let you borrow my door stretcher!
Sounds like something out of Roger Rabbit! Door stretcher?
Doesn't have anything to do with matches, or a wrecking ball, does it?
Sanny wrote:RATS!! Forgot to measure the door between the dining room and kitchen.
linuxwrangler wrote:Sanny wrote:RATS!! Forgot to measure the door between the dining room and kitchen.
I worked for a guy many years ago who was a successful businessman and quite a character. He tackled problems immediately and directly then moved on.
So when the new fridge showed up and wouldn't fit throught the door to the house, he told the delivery guys to hang on a moment, walked to the garage, returned with a chain-saw and proceeded to hack a hole in the side of the house right where the fridge needed to go.
They slid in the fridge while he rang his contractor to come fix the wall.
Not the safest or most efficient method, but he did get things done.
linuxwrangler wrote:Hawaiian Pirate wrote:I may have been the delivery guy...
Italian guy in Northern California??
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