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Old 05-20-2013, 11:42 AM   #21
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Hey B.
One for black n one for white.

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Old 05-20-2013, 11:42 AM   #22
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If you go in the baby safety aisle at walmart or wherever, they have a refrigerator latch that will keep the door shut. Fairly inexpensive and it works well. I put one on my minifridge at home years ago when my boys were younger and it is still attached and has held up well.



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Old 05-20-2013, 11:44 AM   #23
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Do I have to tell you to Shut Up today?
For the other folks who don't know you two... these two are friends and this is playful ribbing that has expanded outside of their usual "Phat Phrogs" playground thread.
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Old 05-20-2013, 12:37 PM   #25
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For the other folks who don't know you two... these two are friends and this is playful ribbing that has expanded outside of their usual "Phat Phrogs" playground thread.

I let him think that were friends .
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I let him think that were friends .
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I let him think that were friends .
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Ok, you two are friends. Got it!

My original concern was "packing the fridge" so that things don't fall ........ I'm lost now. Haha.
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Ok, you two are friends. Got it!

My original concern was "packing the fridge" so that things don't fall ........ I'm lost now. Haha.
Don't be too sure - I find him to be a big pita most of the time.
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I'd never had issue with the fridge coming open. But I did have the same issue of broken beer bottles upon arriving in Florida after 900 miles.

I haven't had the issue since and mostly pack my beer mixed with waters on their sides instead of standing up now.
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I'd never had issue with the fridge coming open. But I did have the same issue of broken beer bottles upon arriving in Florida after 900 miles.

I haven't had the issue since and mostly pack my beer mixed with waters on their sides instead of standing up now.
THAT'S my issue!!!! See, I knew someone else would feel my pain.... I like the idea of adding water bottles. Duhhhhhhh. As for laying down, always!
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