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Old 04-18-2012, 11:11 PM   #31
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Just consider the 'fridge another useful new garage tool like a bench grinder or loading press .

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Old 04-18-2012, 11:32 PM   #32
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Thanks for the tunes Moose...it played like Mozarts 5th as read through all these awesome takes on this light harted thread.

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Old 04-18-2012, 11:37 PM   #33
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She bought the fridge to KEEP YOU IN THE GARAGE AND OUT OF HER HOUSE.
It also gets all of your beer out of her fridge. Now she has more room for condiments, fruit salad and yogurt.

If you've been married that long, you should know that the house is hers, and anyplace that has bugs is yours. (Basement, garage)

You don't REALLY think that a wife buys a husband a present just to be nice, do you?


Next year she will have a plumber install a sink out ther to keep you out of the bathroom, then she'll have a carpenter build something out there so she can clean out your stuff from the closets.
LOL...she is not about to pay carpenter wages for my closet/shed. A few cardboard boxes and I should be just fine.
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I build it for you! For a case of beer and a pizza
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Old 04-18-2012, 11:48 PM   #35
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id love a fridge for my birthday but the wife would be pissy.
Actually...I do love the fridge Lee. And the woman who gifted it too me. Just havin' a little fun at the expense of the ladies. Haven't heard from any of the ladies on here yet...kinda surprised.
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Old 04-18-2012, 11:52 PM   #36
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Remember, the gift is given with the intent to make the receiver happy. YOU are happy to get a fridge as a present because it will make your life more pleasant but a dishwasher would not have the same effect on your wife. Unless of course she is the rare kind of gal that would appreciate something like that.

But then again, the cardinal rule of marriage is "what Momma wants, Momma gets" that I'm sure you're VERY familiar with so I'd suggest not opening up a can of worms by not fully appreciating your new fridge.
Words of wisdom...been down this road a couple of times yourself huh? Momma DOES get what momma wants. Otherwise...papa doesn't get s#*t!
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pretty cool gift if you ask me. but this thread should really be in the misc section...

You are correct on both accounts. Would not be offended in the least if you moved it to it's proper place. Thanks for your service to the forum.
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If mine bought me a fridge for the garage we might still be married
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Did she at least fill it with beer first? If not, I believe that's legally grounds for divorce. In all seriousness, I'd be amped about a beer fridge in the garage (let's face it, I'd be amped about having a garage)...but I'd definately angle for getting it filled.
I stock it my self. I love her but I would NEVER let her pick my oil or my beer.
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What beer you prefer?
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If she also got you the brew to go in it than thats one hell of a gift.
She put a sixer in there...I later used it to sight in my 12 gauge.
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My wife got me a fridge for our family room when we lived in our old townhouse. It was one of the coolest gifts ever! I loved that thing!

Here's the coolest fridge ever! No pun intended!


The Marshall Fridge!!! Video
That is one bad ass fridge...I would be afraid one of my idiot drunk friends would plug thier guitar into it and catch 110 volts.
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Old 04-19-2012, 12:14 AM   #43
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No, you shouldn t be pissed, but the first time you find a fruitcake or casserole in it i wouldnt hesitate to use the kitchen sink as a parts washer
I would be pissed about a fruitcake for sure. But me my fridge a casserole and my beer could live for a week in my garage.
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What beer you prefer?
I enjoy a good pale ale or a porter...Three Floydds usually does the job. Great Lakes Brewing Co. makes some tasty ales as well.
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Old 04-19-2012, 12:21 AM   #45
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I hope it doesnt take my wife 20 yrs to buy me one.
Step 1. Go to the liquor store tomorrow and buy twelve cases of your fav. beer....fill your fridge

Step 2. Repeat step one every week untill you achive desired results.
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Just consider the 'fridge another useful new garage tool like a bench grinder or loading press .

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Good call Keith...I actually threw away my bench grinder and loading press to make room for the fridge. It was a tough decision..but in the end I feel I made the right call.
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Old 04-19-2012, 07:31 AM   #47
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I like this one, stealthy...

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I stock it my self. I love her but I would NEVER let her pick my oil or my beer.
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I stock it my self. I love her but I would NEVER let her pick my oil or my beer.
Well, then her tastes need to be cultivated...start her off easy with a Boston Lager or Noble Pils and work your way up to whatever your hop-bomb flavor of the month is. THEN get her to stock the fridge for your next birthday!!!!
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well, my wife has taken over "our" fridge with all the food that she buys for "us" and I always try to find space for my beers.., just stumbled across a fridge that looks like a replica Marshall amp, so i signed up to get one of those as my beer fridge when they start producing them in october this year
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Your garage is also a man-cave and every man-cave needs a frig.
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well, my wife has taken over "our" fridge with all the food that she buys for "us" and I always try to find space for my beers.., just stumbled across a fridge that looks like a replica Marshall amp, so i signed up to get one of those as my beer fridge when they start producing them in october this year
Very cool. We have a vintage 50's era fridge made by Gibson. Has the Gibson name on the front. Too bad I'm a Fender guy.
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Old 08-28-2014, 11:18 PM   #53
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Lets be honest...a fridge in the garage is awesome.

be honest !!

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