As part of working the great Establishment (after hearing about people losing their jobs from naming their work and bad mouthing them, I've decided to stop doing such thing), and one of the most senior coolie's I was subjected to pleb duties yesterday and was forced to clean the Fridge. Drawing straws is not fair. Rigged. All the time.
The Fridge is a small room, no bigger then a modest bathroom, which houses all the cheese and fetta's sold at the Establishment. Some would even call the Fridge a "cool room" but I like to call it, the Fridge. It also provides us coolie's a means to store our jams, spreads, vegetables, lunches etc etc.
You might be able to see where this is leading, so I warn you now: Continue only if you are brave of heart, strong of stomach and foolhardy of head. Or maybe because even your Mum reads this.
Alot of us workers at the Establishment are hoarders. We don't like to waste and we really think that everything is store able in the Fridge to be called upon at a latter date. I read somewhere that if you freeze/cool something it last longer right?
As I cleaned through the depths of the Fridge, I discovered things which would make grown men cry. GROWN MEN!
Kurtz said it best: The horror! The horror!
A quick sidetrack; it reminds me of the last days of year 11 and I was cleaning out my locker and stumbled upon a fishy smell. I reached into the back of my locked and found a peach...which had been sitting in there for a WHOLE year and fermented to the point where it began to smell like fish.
That was gross and it's a different story.
I decided pictures do more justice then words.
[ It's a bad picture but you can probably see the mold on it. The guy that bought it said: "But is it expired yet?" I chucked it before he could take a wift and prevent me from doing so. MOLD. Even I have my limits.]
[This was the masterpiece. The Big Boss is Lord of the Hoarders. He had bought discount sushi (ie: sushi which is close to due date) and LEFT it in the Fridge for about a month. I don't know if you can see but, there was FUR growing on it.]