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Bread products threaten fabric of reality [Jun. 18th, 2009|10:13 am]
Douglas Spencer
Either Julia's been shopping when I wasn't looking, or our fridge has just violated the principle of conservation of doughballs.

[This threatens the fabric of reality except if a quantity of energy has been converted into doughballs. Or if our fridge is not a closed system (which, if I'm being honest, is more likely).]
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[User Picture]From: emmajking
2009-06-18 09:40 am (UTC)
This made me giggle.

God, I'm such a geek..... ;)
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[User Picture]From: robthefish
2009-06-18 04:29 pm (UTC)
What happens to the fabric of reality if the light does come on when the door is closed?
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[User Picture]From: rwgray
2009-06-18 09:19 pm (UTC)

Fridge light

Ours stays on until you take the bulb out.
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