If you’re hungry and you know there’s nothing in the fridge, why do you ...
If you’re hungry and you know there’s nothing in the fridge, why do you keep going back and opening the door?
Boredom and habit. Perhaps staring at the paltry offerings will inspire your imagination to make something out of what is there.
Maybe I missed something the first 50 times I looked.
There is always the possibility that the "refrigerator fairy" has paid a visit and left something edible. At least that's what we believe in our family.
May be people forget?!!!
Or expect Santa or your roommate to put something to eat in their.
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