Fridgezoo — An Energy Efficient Polar Bear That Lives in Your Fridge
Let’s face it, the fridge can often often turn into a gazing match on those off days in the house. Ever wake up in the morning, groggily crawl over to the kitchen, swing open the fridge door and just stare in for a few moments? Then you ask yourself — should I pull out the milk and go the cereal route? Maybe some toast? Eggs? Aw, there are only two left in the carton, I need about 8 for a single-serve omelett. Before you know it, you’ve spent thirty minutes with the fridge door open and nothing but a package of String Cheese to show for it.
Has this ever occurred to you? That’s where Fridgezoo comes in. Fridgezoo creatures have seemingly “abandoned the arctic to live in your refrigerator.” They sit in your fridge, about the size of a small carton of half-and-half, they greet you when the fridge is opened, but will scold you if you leave the door open too long.
A fun way to stay energy efficient, comes in both male and female polar bear versions. ($15.99 @ ThinkGeek)
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