Fridge Post #20


  Hey Stonehill,
  
  This is Dan’s fridge.  We’re best friends and I’d love for him to get his shit together, but the dude won’t listen.  Please check out his fridge.  He needs help, back me up here!
  
  -Sandy


Stonehill Analysis

Sandy, the first thing that seems clear to me is you fancy Dan more than just a BFF.   You’re like the chick in 3rd Grade who kicks the back of his chair.  All you can talk about is how the dude is hopeless, and he needs your help.  But at the end of the day, those needed improvements are for you.

Now diving in, I can see the picture you’re painting here.  That’s one seriously sexy Sub-Zero.  Dan is clearly dong well in his career and can afford to buy the best.  He’s just not treating it that way.  If his freezer was a kid, he’d be arrested for not paying child support.

He’s like that guy who buys the crazy expensive car, but has no idea how to drive it.  And you feel like, man, what I can do with a car like that.  That’s how I feel when I look at this fridge.

I like what I see, but why get a V-8, when you don’t need an inch more than a luxe V-6 (which would still ensure future resale value).  It shows he’s a bit ostentatious.  Some people are attracted to that, some people aren’t.  It’s just something to think about.

Now, I can see why Dan is your amigo and you see potential.  He’s got a live arm, he just needs help finding the plate.  Here are some highlights….

He’s got 3 bottles of Champers, chilled and at the ready.  That’s a varsity move and shows he’s ready to close.  (You just might have to nudge him along, hint-hint ☺)

I also dig the Fiji water.  Out of all the zillions of bottled waters I’ve tried, Fiji is the only one in which I can taste the difference.  It’s my favorite water, outside of NYC tap water, of course.

Dan’s busy, but he’s making an effort to down his veggies via V8.  I’ve done it many times, and considering V8 tastes like shit, I see health over enjoyment.

The condiments also back up his lifestyle…he’s got solid name brands such as Hellman’s and Heinz, plus multiple mustards.  He seems to have a simple palette, as there’s no sign of anything outside the big 3 (mayo, ketchup and mustard).

Now, Dan does seem a bit metro.  On top of the 3 bottles of champers, he’s got Greek yogurt and Vita Coco.  I’ve read about its endless health benefits, but coconut water is kind of a girl drink.  Can a guy drink it, too?  Of course.  But it looks as awkward to me as a chick driving a Porsche.

Bottom line, if you like this guy, go for it.  You’re a good friend, and he’d be lucky to ravish you, too.   If he wants to keep it on the friendship tip, you’re better off having your answer.  At least then, you can spend your time kicking someone else’s chair.

Fridge Dating Scorecard

Bang on first date: 8
The guy’s got 3 bottles of champers, plus vino back-up.  He’s yours for the taking.

Marry: 4
This is where it gets tricky.  Financially, the guy’s arrived.  When it comes to commitment, that’s a different story.  If he can’t commit to his fridge, he might not be in a place to commit to anybody.

Sleeping with the Enemy: 3
I don’t see anything obsessive here.  Though sparsely populated, his fridge is still diversified.  I also don’t see Moet and stalking go hand in hand.
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Fridge Post #20

Hey Stonehill,

This is Dan’s fridge. We’re best friends and I’d love for him to get his shit together, but the dude won’t listen. Please check out his fridge. He needs help, back me up here!

-Sandy

Stonehill Analysis

Sandy, the first thing that seems clear to me is you fancy Dan more than just a BFF. You’re like the chick in 3rd Grade who kicks the back of his chair. All you can talk about is how the dude is hopeless, and he needs your help. But at the end of the day, those needed improvements are for you.

Now diving in, I can see the picture you’re painting here. That’s one seriously sexy Sub-Zero. Dan is clearly dong well in his career and can afford to buy the best. He’s just not treating it that way. If his freezer was a kid, he’d be arrested for not paying child support.

He’s like that guy who buys the crazy expensive car, but has no idea how to drive it. And you feel like, man, what I can do with a car like that. That’s how I feel when I look at this fridge.

I like what I see, but why get a V-8, when you don’t need an inch more than a luxe V-6 (which would still ensure future resale value). It shows he’s a bit ostentatious. Some people are attracted to that, some people aren’t. It’s just something to think about.

Now, I can see why Dan is your amigo and you see potential. He’s got a live arm, he just needs help finding the plate. Here are some highlights….

He’s got 3 bottles of Champers, chilled and at the ready. That’s a varsity move and shows he’s ready to close. (You just might have to nudge him along, hint-hint ☺)

I also dig the Fiji water. Out of all the zillions of bottled waters I’ve tried, Fiji is the only one in which I can taste the difference. It’s my favorite water, outside of NYC tap water, of course.

Dan’s busy, but he’s making an effort to down his veggies via V8. I’ve done it many times, and considering V8 tastes like shit, I see health over enjoyment.

The condiments also back up his lifestyle…he’s got solid name brands such as Hellman’s and Heinz, plus multiple mustards. He seems to have a simple palette, as there’s no sign of anything outside the big 3 (mayo, ketchup and mustard).

Now, Dan does seem a bit metro. On top of the 3 bottles of champers, he’s got Greek yogurt and Vita Coco. I’ve read about its endless health benefits, but coconut water is kind of a girl drink. Can a guy drink it, too? Of course. But it looks as awkward to me as a chick driving a Porsche.

Bottom line, if you like this guy, go for it. You’re a good friend, and he’d be lucky to ravish you, too. If he wants to keep it on the friendship tip, you’re better off having your answer. At least then, you can spend your time kicking someone else’s chair.

Fridge Dating Scorecard

Bang on first date: 8
The guy’s got 3 bottles of champers, plus vino back-up. He’s yours for the taking.

Marry: 4
This is where it gets tricky. Financially, the guy’s arrived. When it comes to commitment, that’s a different story. If he can’t commit to his fridge, he might not be in a place to commit to anybody.

Sleeping with the Enemy: 3
I don’t see anything obsessive here. Though sparsely populated, his fridge is still diversified. I also don’t see Moet and stalking go hand in hand.

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