Lazy Susan Refrigerator

It’s a problem that plagues all of us on a daily basis, a very unique form of chronic inefficiency that is capable of leeching seconds from our precious day. Yet, for some heinous reason, we have developed a sociocultural acceptance to it, welcoming it into our homes, and treating it like an inherited issue with no solution —instead of the instigated foolishness that it truly is.

To be fair... despite my colorful account of this dastardly thorn in societies side, I have to admit that I’m as bad as anyone when it comes to confronting the issue. I know, even as I type this, that once I’m done, I’m going to do what I do every time I finish an article... skip to the kitchen and fumble around my fridge like a seizing gorilla in desperate search of my jar of pickled watermelon rinds.

What if, however, instead of engaging in this clumsy task of refrigerator hide and seek 19 times a day, there was a way we could revolutionize the process... a way to transform your un-navigable box of semi-expired foods from a source of constant frustration, into a perfectly accessible paradise of beautifully chilled edible delights?

Well my kitchen comrades… I may have the solution.

Badadada dadadadadadadadad dadadadadadadadada dadadada........

May I introduce to you the LATEST (hypothetical) INNOVATION in food chilling technology

The Lazy Susan Fridge!

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Utilizing the time tested  technology that those goofy shaped corner cupboards have capitalized on for decades, the lazy susan fridge offers its users the ability to easily spin a center-fixed multi-layer shelving unit –bringing your favorite culinary knick-knacks and snack-packs from hopelessly out of your reach, to the front of the fridge in seconds.

This ingenious marriage between traditional and modern technology, is a culinary game changer that promises to save you seconds everyday!

Actually... now that I think about it, there is nothing really “lazy” about it. That title just bastardizes resourcefulness. I mean, we didn’t call the first bike the “lazy walker”...

Innovation that makes life easier should be celebrated as a faster method around the track, not ridiculed as a short cut!

Alright I got it…

The Efficient Susan Fridge

Boom! Alright, so let’s get this puppy off the ground. Who’s got refrigerator building knowledge and wants to change the world?