Like most offices, the time of season when a foul stench permeates through the office can mean only one thing: time to clean the fridge.
Theoretically, items are stored inside a refrigerator with the intent to preserve them for a prolonged period of time. Like most theories, something is fundamentally lost in practice, since the refrigeration of any item promotes such a severe degree of forgetfulness that I bet an Alzheimer’s clinic has yet to study it. It’s amazing how such artifacts are so easily forgotten.
Presenting the cast of characters in this season’s olfactory nightmare:
And so we say goodbye to the month of April alongside our decayed and expired perishables. It’s relieving to know we can celebrate May Day with a clean refrigerator.
So which do you figure tastes worse? The clementine or the OJ from 09?
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