Can you review my fridge? Your site is awesome!
Opening Day was last week, one of my fave times of year. Because if you have to boil it down to one word, it’s this: potential.
Potential has encapsulated Opening Day for over a century. And on Opening Day, every team has the potential to be champions. Of course, by August, reality sets in, but in early April, every team has dreams of grandeur.
When it comes to dating, I find ‘potential’ to be equally relevant. The potential to have something is often more important than actually having it. We won’t get everything we want, but knowing we have a chance is enough to keep us going.
Now, when I look at your fridge, that’s what I see: potential. I can’t say you’re a fit for every dude out there, nor does your fridge give me the fuzzy wuzzies. But I do see enough positives (with few negatives) to conclude you’re worth going to bat for.
As there’s not much to work with, lets break down your fridge into 2 camps: Hope and Nope…
• This is one of the healthier fridges I’ve seen. It’s not bursting with nutrients, but you have a healthy harem with zip-dip on the junk-food front. Fruits and Veggies are aplenty, gourmet all-natural ice tea is top shelf, and the Silk and Almond Milks are in I-formation. What does this all mean? Probably one tight tush.
• You got nibbles, if needed, for post-slap n’ tickle time. (String cheese and burritos is by no means a grand slam, but it’ll do). I can’t say this is why you bought them, but I like to see singles prepared.
• You’re big on breakfast and a tasty home-cooked one is a master move. You’re chock full of eggs, yogurt, Thomas’ English Muffins (the only brand, in my book) and with 2 milks, I have to assume 1 is for coffee and 1 for cereal.
• Your condiment lineup of ketchup, hot sauce, etc., tells me you either binge on beef, or at the very least, cater to the carnivores in your life.
• You’re environmentally conscious: Brita is your source of water when home, and you’re not chucking plastic.
• You have a nice fridge model, with digital temp control and humidity drawers: a good sign you have a productive career.
• No booze, a tragedy in my book. This isn’t a tell-all you don’t drink, but normally I’d see a sign. Hopefully if you (or your date) drink, you keep your stash outside the fridge.
• This fridge ain’t guy friendly. It’s a good move to keep a six-pack of beer on hand, whether for a date or a guest. It won’t spoil anytime soon and keeps you date-ready. You can’t go wrong with Stella or Newcastle.
As I stated above, more positives than negatives, thus plenty of potential. So best of luck this dating season. Come August, I hope you’re still in it to win it.
Fridge Dating Scorecard (on scale of 1 to 10)
Shag on first date: 4
The fact that you’re actively dating and putting a fab foot forward on the healthy front tells me you’re open to Saucy Town.
The fact that you have no booze visible tells me he probably won’t round the bases on date 1. I do like that you have hummus and pita, a great shareable date food. You just need to provide a bit more backup.
I don’t get a ton of insight from your fridge, so it’s hard for me to say. Most of your brands are hard to see, though Silk’s demo is college educated upscale healthy lifestyle, which provides a clue there. Again, with you I see potential, but not enough to declare a slam-dunk.
Putting your best foot forward on the physical front, plus a productive career is enough to up your score above average.
Boil your Bunny: 1
I just don’t see bunny boiler bait. Your fridge is clean and organized. You don’t hoard and I don’t see signs of obsession. Plus, you don’t have shit here to fuel a stakeout. All signs point to a chick who’s healthy headed.