Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Wordless Wednesday


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Why yes,




that is my freezer.




Why yes,



that IS Brandon's soccer shirt FROZEN in the ice cube maker.* WHAT???????



Would you like a closer look?



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Oh yea, and not one word about the amount of ice cream in my freezer :) It is after all.....LIGHT.

*Yea, he stuck his shirt (and pants and a blanket) in the freezer so he could put them on before he got in bed to cool himself off. He opened it to find the shirt FROZEN SOLID IN the ice cube maker. Problem is, I can't get it out. I'd have to totally thaw out the freezer, but I don't have another one to put my stuff in in the meantime. Any suggestions?

12 comments:

Rebekah said...

LOLOL- I am cracking up over this one

Katie said...

LOL - how funny!! Happy WW!

Tracy P. said...

Love it!! Happy WW!

onangelwings said...

Ha, I thought you were showing your collection of ice cream. As for suggestions, maybe some quirts of hot water????

Michelle said...

I too thought you were showing us all that yummy ice cream! LOL and I was going to say the same suggestion -pour just a little bit of hot water to melt it and pull it out quickly!

The Apron Queen said...

Mind if I stop by for a bowl of ice cream?

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Mod Girl said...

Thanks for the laugh!

ALF said...

I did notice all the icecream but I won't say anything.

Only since I started reading blogs have I heard of people putting articles of clothing in the freezer to help cool off. I have never had occasion to try such a thing. Does it work well?

Carey said...

Good luck with that!

AVCR8TEUR said...

How about a blow dryer, hot towerl, or hot water? The problem of hot water is it will be all over the freezer and eventually freeze. I have not heard of those brands of ice cream.

lampworkgirl said...

If you are gonna splurge on ice cream it has got to be Blue Bell!
Too funny. Haven't had to deal with this one. Jim suggests unplugging the ice maker and taking the whole ice maker out to thaw. Then you don't have to thaw the whole fridge.

Robyn said...

hilarious! I would try a blow dryer or some water....let us know what you do! :)