Tuesday, 28 July 2009

When To Defrost?

On Sunday I helped my niece move house.
As we put her stuff away in the kitchen I pointed at the freezer and commented that it was the same make as mine and opened it to see if it was the same inside.

It was rather iced up and I chuckled about it, commenting that it was a good job that my niece was going to swap that freezer for hers.
She looked at me and said I hadn't seen anything yet.
Reaching for the fridge door she opened it and what I saw inside made me literally speechless.
I have never, never seen an icebox that is actually just ice. Or rather like the world's biggest snowball.
I mean really, this deserves a place in the Guinness Book of Records, right?
Holy Moly that's the mother of all ice balls.
I like the way it seems to be glowing.

Even in the desert that sucker would take the best part of a year to defrost!

3 comments:

Carrie said...

Yes, that is, without a doubt, the biggest freezer ice ball I have ever seen! And I've seen a few :(

The word verification for this post is "serate" which is rather apt, what you need is a large serated ice pick to deal with this sucker!

Flibbertigibbet said...

I love word verification!
I'm so pleased not to be alone in this!
She has installed a new fridge in the kitchen but due to the weight of the ice can't actually move this one!

Carrie said...

Now THAT is funny! hahahaha :):):)