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    BE THIS GUY GC Insider 4 months ago

    You will just have to get a photo album.

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    Sherlock Watson  4 months ago

    Can you at least scribble on it in crayon?

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    Liverlips McCracken GC Insider 4 months ago

    J’accuse, m’sieur!

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    Gent  4 months ago

    Darn it! It does not serve it’s prime purpose.

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    danketaz GC Insider 4 months ago

    How about a candle?

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    Queen of America GC Insider 4 months ago

    Where else is a cat person supposed to put magnets and photos?

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    Bilan  4 months ago

    Get with the times, Rat. Modern fridges are wi-fi enabled and you can display pictures on the built-in monitor.

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    dlkrueger33  4 months ago

    I DO miss being able to put magnets on my fridge. It limits the souvenirs I can buy when i go on vacation. LOL

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    chris_weaver  4 months ago

    Huge design flaw!

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    steverino  4 months ago

    One of the sitcom families has a refrigerator with magnetic/chalkboard panels on the front, so you can write on it and stick magnets to it.

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    F-Flash  4 months ago

    Refrigerator sales people need a magnetic personality. That’s the best I can come up with today.

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    Cameron1988 GC Insider 4 months ago

    They probably can’t afford it anyway

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    Homeward GC Insider 4 months ago

    I use painter’s tape to hold the grandsons’ artwork on my stainless-steel-front fridge – it may not be pretty, but that’s not the point now is it? (I can use magnets on the side, but that’s for the boring coupons and bills.)

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    LameHawk  4 months ago

    Hammer and nail?

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    Packratjohn GC Insider 4 months ago

    Hot glue, if you want to go to that length. Semi-permanent and peels off easily.

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    joefearsnothing  4 months ago

    The popularity of Stainless steel appliances seems to be waning,probably because they ,ironically, are harder to keep clean!

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    jessegooddog  4 months ago

    I don’t understand the popularity of stainless steel. It DOES stain, it scratches, shows every fingerprint and marking, plus needs to be POLISHED to look clean.

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    js  4 months ago

    What I don’t understand is why ‘fridge’ is spelled with a ‘d’ and refrigerator is not.

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    drivingfuriously GC Insider 4 months ago

    It’s not about staining, it’s about not rusting without treating with paint or porcelain.

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    billpat1  4 months ago

    I guess mine if different stainless steel, magnets stick to it fine. (Actually I wish they didn’t, but don’t tell my wife that.)

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    Cerabooge  4 months ago

    I ain’t givin’ a plug nickel for that kind of stainless steel.

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    Perkycat  4 months ago

    Well, despite all the arguments for or against, this is a cute comic!

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    rick92040  4 months ago

    All my kitchen appliances are black. I refuse to go stainless

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    Seed_drill  4 months ago

    That’s why I wanted one. No more crap on the fridge. But then I discovered you could get the next size up for the same $ if you stuck with white vinyl coated steel.

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    SusieB  4 months ago

    One of the reasons I did not get a stainless steel one. I miss the days when you could get them in pretty colors…not the 70’s colors, but like in the 50’s

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    Squoop GC Insider 4 months ago

    As Gilda Radner famously used to say, “it’s always something!”

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    Number Three (Free Afficionado)  4 months ago

    There are fridge magnets from Disneyland Paris, Scarborough, Blackpool, Cyprus and Amsterdam on our fridge.

    Only the Paris and Scarborough ones are mine. The others are from relatives.


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    dolf37  4 months ago

    My kitchen appliances are in a light brown rusted stainless steel

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    Sisyphos  4 months ago

    I have a relatively old, enameled fridge, and magnets stick to it just fine, though I try to restrict their numbers!

    So, I will agree with Pig today: shame on you, Fridge Salesman! —Trying to up-sell Rat and Pig into a more expensive yet deficient product!

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    GaryCooper  4 months ago

    Seriously, what’s the use of a fridge if you can’t put magnets on it?

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    fredd13  4 months ago

    Stuck to ours, we have

    A) a small notepad, for shopping lists;

    B) a neat holder with half-length pencils for use with A (a Tic Tacs container with a magnetic strip on the back)

    C) a number of recipes that she-who-must-be-obeyed wants to keep somewhere to immediate hand

    D) sundry “decorative” magnets, grandchildren for the amusement of

    E) a couple of quirky magnets of sentimental value.

    Mostly practical, useful items, appropriately placed. Being able to take a magnet is a primary function of a fridge door.

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