Last week, on your favorite TV show, Life in Rehab Going Shopping,
The Redhead and her Minions picked up an assortment of odd
materials to make things out of.
That will not be the case today;
the show is going to try a surprising plot twist!
Lace up those shoppin' shoes and come with us!
First, we'll need a villain.
Enter the bad guy.
(Notice the unexpected use of white for the heavy.)
Popsicles that don't sicle.
And of the three stages of water, I don't think liquid
is the kind you expect in an ice tray.
And what's with the ice trays in the first place???
This thing has an icemaker I should turn into a planter.
Who will save us?
Who will pull us from the tepid darkness?
An owl, perhaps?
Coming to our rescue was the Dean Winchester of the appliance world.
Black, imposing, a little rough around the edges,
his mysterious visage was underscored by features like an Energy Star rating.
I like bad boys, but I'm still practical.
At that price, we were meant for each other.
I gazed deeply into his sleek crushed-ice-through-the-door, mesmerized,
and whispered in a husky voice,
"Is that the best you can do on the price?
What kind of standard manufacturer's warrantee does he
I mean IT come with?"
This guy got "The Blog Lady" an additional $70 off!
Dwight was rather camera shy, but
25.0 cubic feet of cold food and solid ice for $727?
Savannah sank into Dean's embrace.
Hey, it holds a teenager, that's a good sign!
So Dean is coming to the rescue on Sunday, and we'll be
thrilled to have him make himself at home.
He won't be in time to save Samwow's birthday party ice cream cake,
but someone always dies in a horror movie, right?
Will the ice freeze?
Will the fish stay fresh?
Will the strawberries stop getting fuzzy?
Will I do inappropriate things to Dean when no one is around?
How will it all turn out?
Tune in next week for the answers to this and other musical questions!
Went to Home Depot, got a Fridge.
Unless I can't figure out how to connect the water line,
no need to avenge death.