While looking through our Twitter feed we found these refigerator tweets to share with you.
Beginning the project can be the hardest part. Hemingway suggests starting a project by doing a different project you like even less.
@Kelsye @12Most Hemingway's advice on how to start writing in the morning: "First, you clean the refrigerator."
— Abbot Mills (@mills_abbot) June 17, 2014
Another approach is to just jump in and get it done!
Friday! And I've already made the bed and fixed the icemaker. Feeling ACCOMPLISHED for 7am. We'll see how long it lasts.....
— sarahdessen (@sarahdessen) May 16, 2014
Speaking of starting the day right. This tweeter has the right attitude.
I may not have everything I want all the time but i am thankful for waking up with food in my refrigerator every morning 👍
— Marco Reus⚽ (@Rojo_53) June 17, 2014
Some people don't start the day so well. This tweeter sympathizes.
I tweet for the people who pour bowls of cereal and then open the refrigerator and find out they're milk-less. 😒😔
— Deux (@Nyck_2) June 11, 2014
Off to a hungry morning, some take this approach.
I keep going and looking in the refrigerator like theres going to be something new in there that wasn't there the first 10 times I looked 😂
— Stanley Taylor (@TheCheww) June 17, 2014
Encountering an empty refrigerator can bring this thought to mind.
I wish my refrigerator delivered….
— Trevor Donovan (@TrevDon) June 16, 2014
No breakfast makes for a long morning, but the refrigerator at work can be a whole other kind of experience.
Beyond the Wall of Passive-Aggressive Notes Left on the Break Room Refrigerator #HRLovecraft
— Sarah L. Crowder (@sarahlcrowder) June 17, 2014
The mess that leads to the notes.
How does the office refrigerator get so disgusting? You don't make a mess in your home refrigerator and not wipe it up.
— Corrin Foster (@corrinrenee) June 17, 2014
Life just is not as simple as when we were kids.
When I was a kid, I used to close the refrigerator slowly to see the light turns off.
— LOL (@iTweetYouLoL) June 17, 2014
Maybe some new technology will help, but I doubt it!
Sony researchers have developed a refrigerator that only opens when you smile.
— UberFacts (@UberFacts) June 15, 2014
If the refrigerator from Sony takes off we may need some one liners like this just to get lunch!
Is your refrigerator running? Because I would vote for it, it's a smart fridge and seems like you could have a beer in it.
— The Natewolf (@thenatewolf) June 12, 2014
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