Hilarious Twitter Thread About Refrigerators Goes Viral

Scarlett Adler

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Twitter via @PEMcCullough

Sure almost all of us have a junk drawer - no, not the one with actual junk food: The one with a random assortment of treasures you're not yet ready to part ways with but can't seem to find a place for. But what about the top of your fridge? What goodies have you got stored away up there?

Joey Tribbiani, Fridge
Screenshot via Friends (2000) via NBC

That's right, did you think we didn't know about your little hiding spot (not that we're judging, of course)? Over the weekend, Twitter user, @TiffanyNoth was wondering the same thing, and it resulted in a hilariously viral thread you're going to want to see for yourself...

"If I broke into your house and stole what was on top of the refrigerator, what would I get??" the intrigued user asked her followers. Well, folks, what would it be? Maybe a nice woven basket? Or perhaps a little house plant? Nope, try again.

Microwave, Fridge
Twitter via @danidonovan

"A microwave that may or may not work and a blender with a missing top... that also may or may not work. Please come and steal these things from me," Twitter user, @jollydramatist joked. But that's not all the Twitterverse had to share with the rest of us.

Lunchbox, Fridge
Twitter via @wscott44

In fact, if you ask @wscott44? "You’d find 3 lunchboxes," the user revealed. And no, there were no crustless sandwiches involved: "Mine has a bunch of packets of earplugs from when I worked in manufacturing. A couple of pill bottles. And my Adderall prescription that I hide from my wife!" he joked.

Cat, Fridge
Twitter via @meteorboy

Sure, lunchboxes might not seem too crazy, you know, considering we're dealing with kitchens here. But how about a few furry felines? Folks, meet Ronnie, otherwise known as Twitter user, @meteorboy's unimpressed visitor. Just look at the guy. We sure wouldn't want to get on his bad side.

Clutter, Fridge
Twitter via @Zarasellskids

Well, there you have it. Are you also feeling very inspired? On that note, excuse us, suddenly we have some, um, redecorating to do...