By thanks Toby dumbfuck - 13/7/2020 14:02

Good job

Today, my roommate read an article about unplugging appliances to save on electricity. Too bad the fucking moron also unplugged the fridge. We came home to a corpse-like stench and a fridge full of moldy food. We were gone for two weeks while the sludge marinated in the California heat. FML
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By  tounces7  |  27

That's a level of stupid so extreme one can never fix it. Move away from that idiot before they burn the place down next because they didn't realize you aren't supposed roast marshmallows by starting your living room carpet on fire.

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By  RichardPencil  |  28

Well, you did save about $5-10 on the electric bill. So there's that.

Also, when unplugging appliances, you prevent fires. Since your place wasn't burnt to the ground, it means your roommate saved it.

By  Susan Yee  |  9

My husband did it too when we went honeymoon. Ruined our wedding cake leftover.

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  PenguinPal3017  |  19

whyyyyyyy? this just makes no sense

By  tounces7  |  27

That's a level of stupid so extreme one can never fix it. Move away from that idiot before they burn the place down next because they didn't realize you aren't supposed roast marshmallows by starting your living room carpet on fire.

By  Taurus_ChicKa  |  36

I've heard of unplugging things to save on electricity as well, but obviously not the fridge. But if you were gone for two weeks, why was that much food still in the fridge anyway? If it was a planned trip, that food should have been eaten/disposed of before you even left for this same reason. Even if the fridge had remained plugged in, I bet a big chunk of the food would have passed its expiration date in two weeks.