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October 26, 2006

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Jennifer

how did i know that as soon as i saw the word
-pink-
...nothing else that i read was going to matter?

Jennifer

and, nice ode to Apple.

Benji

The misfits, the rebels, the trouble makers. The round pegs in the square holes... lol

rachel

i bet it's a rehabed fridge from the 1950s.

Meepers

I thought of you when I read that, honestly. Here's a little secret: Anything metal can (for a price) be powder-coated any color you can think of. Just find a cute 50's fridge that works, take it to a custom motorcycle shop, and bam! a pink fridge is yours. PS Powder coating is incredibly sturdy and durable.
PSS You don't want to know why I know this.

Pink Chihuahua Princess

Honestly, I went through a phase about a year ago where I looked high and low for a pink fridge. I've found one before, but they are expensive. I was in a boutique the other day and they had one out as part of the decor.

andy

Studebaker made a pink fridge in the 1950's oe 60's I had an apartment in the 80's that had the pink fridge with metalic pink accessories, it was the coolest thing! the fellow would not sell it to me. I am trying to find a photo of a studebaker refrigerator but have not had any luck

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