First an unsought after piece of personal history, but hey it’s my blog so ….
I’ll just leave this here for you to ponder.
And I thought the Harvest Gold * fridge we had in our first house was a joke!
Is this where he says “Nanu Nanu”?
There are some things they just never tell you about in history class.
A gentle reminder before Post Media and the Sun start any of this “War on Christmas” s–t again!
And I leave you with this thought for the week:
The word for November 30th is:
Refrigerator /rəˈfrijəˌrādər/: [noun]
1. An appliance or compartment which is artificially kept cool and used to store food and drink. Modern refrigerators generally make use of the cooling effect produced when a volatile liquid is forced to evaporate in a sealed system in which it can be condensed back to liquid outside the appliance.
The verb refrigerate is back-formation from refrigeration, or else from Latin refrigeratus, “make cool or cold” circa 1530. Earlier words in the same sense of “to make cold, to cool” were infrigiden, infrigidate (both early 15c.)
*Well at least it wasn’t avocado or chocolate brown!