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Stupid Stuff on the Internet: Website Features Office Refrigerator Nastiness [PHOTO]

Stupid Stuff on the Internet – Documenting the inner lives of office fridges, one photo at a time: I think we can all agree the office refrigerator is like a giant Petri dish of nastiness that many of us are afraid to open without the benefit of a hazmat suit.

via Officefridges.com

Many times the contents inside offer a timeline of office events, like the leftover piece of cake from someone’s going away party in 2009, or the left over casserole from last Christmases pot-luck lunch.

via Officefridges.com

This website is devoted to those types of ghastly findings in the office refrigerator.

OK, WE’RE AXING: What’s the nastiest thing you’ve ever found in the company fridge?

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