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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarelle99 View Post
    Ha, that's funny! Why do most people keep their milk cartons on the top shelf? like to keep my heaviest stuff on the bottom shelf, because I'm afraid of weighing it down too much otherwise. Though I suppose that's illogical since really the two bottom drawers are supported by the bottom shelf as well....
    Huh, I've never worried about the shelves collapsing. They look sturdy enough to me. Then again, maybe I would think about it with multiple gallons of milk there (I just keep the open bag of milk in a jug there, the other bags stay on the bottom shelf usually, with the meat). So my top shelf isn't really much heavier than the others (mine tends to have milk/juice, any open jars like pickles, and yogurt/sour cream/butter/etc).

    As to why it's there to start off with, there's a nice space about 1.5 feet tall above the top shelf whereas the other shelves are spaced 4-6" apart, so anything tall goes on top. I'm not even sure I could adjust the top shelf higher than it is in my fridge, actually. I'm curious to look at it when I get home....
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    We are cats. Yogurt and cheese, the meat was already eaten earlier . Under the aluminium is Quiche Lorraine, hmm



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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    Huh, I've never worried about the shelves collapsing. They look sturdy enough to me. Then again, maybe I would think about it with multiple gallons of milk there (I just keep the open bag of milk in a jug there, the other bags stay on the bottom shelf usually, with the meat). So my top shelf isn't really much heavier than the others (mine tends to have milk/juice, any open jars like pickles, and yogurt/sour cream/butter/etc).

    As to why it's there to start off with, there's a nice space about 1.5 feet tall above the top shelf whereas the other shelves are spaced 4-6" apart, so anything tall goes on top. I'm not even sure I could adjust the top shelf higher than it is in my fridge, actually. I'm curious to look at it when I get home....
    Makes sense, I just wondered how the cultural phenomenon of keeping milk on the top shelf originated in the first place. It does seem somewhat universal (I'm just a weirdo). I'm guessing it's because of the design specifications you mention - fridges often have more space on the top shelf for taller items, and I suppose when fridges with adjustable shelves started being made, people were just used to having the milk on the top shelf.
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    no vegetables or fruit, entropie?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unkindloving View Post
    My fridge has condiment envy.

    “Everybody has a secret world inside of them. All of the people of the world, I mean everybody. No matter how dull and boring they are on the outside, inside
    them they've all got unimaginable, magnificent, wonderful, stupid, amazing worlds. Not just one world. Hundreds of them. Thousands maybe.” -Neil Gaiman

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patches View Post
    My fridge has condiment envy.


    Wow... your fridge has everything envy! ExTJ.

    EDIT: Just looked at your type. I got the TJ part right, anyway!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarelle99 View Post
    Wow... your fridge has everything envy! ExTJ.
    No. My fridge wins at fruit juice.

    See?

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    Patches! don't starve to death. At least you're equipped for delicious mixed drinks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    Patches! don't starve to death. At least you're equipped for delicious mixed drinks.
    See all that frozen fruit in the freezer? Frozen fruit + Fruit Juice + Protein powder = Dericious fruit smoothies.
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