World's Weirdest Refrigerator Is Tree Shaped

Posted: Jan 4 2007, 1:18pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:40am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

World's Weirdest Refrigerator is Tree Shaped
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Forget functional and utilitarian when it comes to your kitchen appliances, go weird and add a tree fridge. Seriously a fridge shaped like a tree, it’s just plain weird. Why oh why on earth would we want to have several mini-fridges sitting on the branch like protrusions of a fake tree?

I can tell at a glance that my beloved frozen pizza’s wouldn’t fit and that my friends is just plain wrong. What kind of design maniac comes up with a fridge that can't hold a frozen pizza?On a brighter note you could put the good stuff like chocolate and cokes up high so your kids can’t eat and drink your stash all up while you’re working. The little branch fridges only seem to hold…gasp…fruit! This tree fridge is for the birds, or really weird people that like fruit and stuff. Story and image via Gizmodo.

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