Texans Show Us Their Office Fridges for Clean Out Your Fridge Day
National Clean Out Your Fridge Day reminds us all how important it is to keep your fridge clean.
Seriously, things can get ugly really fast if you do not clean out your fridge. Weird smells start to happen. New creatures emerge in mold form. It is just not a good time when food is left in the fridge for too long.
In the 93.1 KISSFM office, we have a communal fridge in the break room. We also have two mini fridges in the building but those are personal fridges, due to the company fridge being gross.
After sharing just how gross the fridge is, MULTIPLE, times on social media, its cleanliness has improved.
I still keep my mini fridge because I do not trust people.
We asked our listeners to share photos of their offices' fridges to see if we were the only dirty office and to remind people to clean out their fridges. We had to celebrate the holiday somehow. so what better way as a subtle PSA?
Rachael's Office Fridge
As you can see this office fridge is actually pretty clean. My only worry is how long have those salsas been in there.
Lisa's Office Fridge
These coworkers respect their fridges. They also have created a nice way to have all their condiments from restaurants available for public consumption. As you can see on the top shelf, in the black container, a melting pot of condiment packs have a home in a plastic container. Nice office hack.
Jorge's Office Fridge
While it may be clean, it is empty. It seems not too many coworkers use the fridge, except for important things like chocolate chips.
Cindy's Office Fridge
This fridge is very respectable. Clean and cozy. I feel salsa and limes are essential to office fridges in El Paso.
Carmen's Office Fridge
Very organized. It ALMOST inspires me to organize our office fridge. ALMOST.
Brandon's Office Fridge
From what I understand, this is the fridge of unclaimed food at Brandon's office. I honestly had to ask him if this photo was real because it looks way to gross to be real. According to Brandon, it is REAL, just 7 years of food.