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I lead such a sad life..

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by tinaK, Oct 4, 2013.


  1. tinaK

    tinaK PetForums VIP

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    but I'm well excited cos I've bought THESE to organize the girls freezer.

    Fed up of rooting around in the chest freezer for something they need that's at the bottom.

    So is basket is going to be labelled and the freezer organized :D
     
  2. babycham2002

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    I clicked it and it was like someone has bought this in the last hour so I was like mwah ha ha I know who!! Now thats sad lol

    They look good, organizing a chest freezer is a fun game
     
  3. tinaK

    tinaK PetForums VIP

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    LOL.. that would be me :D I'm so excited .. can't wait to organize it all :D.. small things please small minds :D
     
  4. tiatortilla

    tiatortilla PetForums VIP

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    That's funny, I was thinking of doing a thread asking how people organise their freezers. Mine is such a mess, it's just full of carrier bags with various different things in and I end up taking everything out and inspecting each bag to find what I want - this looks like it'd be much more efficient!
     
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    haha i never organise mine, i just have a bone freezer and one for everything else :D
     
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    Only people who feed dogs raw would understand the excitement.....I wish I could be as organised, I think there's stuff at the bottom of my chest freezer that's been there for years now...:rolleyes:
     
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    Sounds like a good idea. It is very satisfying sorting out the doggy freezer!:D
    I dont have that problem coz mine is a front opener with drawers (top shelf- fish, offal and mice, second shelf- minces, third/fourth shelf-bony meals).:)

    I must also be abit sad then coz I had a delivery today and am getting quite excited at the thought of filling up the freezer!LOL (just got chicken wings, legs, oxtail, pork ribs and duck legs to portion up).
     
  8. BessieDog

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    My freezer needs defrosting - I'm sure I've lost half the space to ice! :rolleyes: Can't get excited enough to do it, I'm afraid, but I know I need to do it everytime I get a delivery!

    Those baskets look good - wouldn't fit in mine along with the ice! :eek:
     
  9. babycham2002

    babycham2002 PetForums VIP

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    I too have two upright freezers
    One is arranged

    Chicken necks top shelf
    Chicken carcasses middle shelf
    Chicken wings bottom drawer

    The other is

    Various minces and odd things that sneak from people freezer like cheese straws!!!! top shelf
    chicken carcasses 2nd shelf
    trotters/necks/ribs and stuffed hooves 1st drawer
    offal and heart 2nd drawer
    tripe and its mixes 3rd drawer
     
  10. MollySmith

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    Does it make you feel any better if I say that I would really love a chest freezer? We only have a little under counter one.
     
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