Refrigerator, that is. I think the one in my house qualifies as an antique. When *were* bronze-brown refrigerators in style, anyway? I've polled several friends, and they all agreed: early 70s at the latest.
Said fridge has been dying a death for about a week now. It turned out to be a lot more difficult to replace than I expected, as all the cabinetry was built around it, and almost all new refrigerators are obviously made to match McMansions and super-sized SUVs.... i.e., almost everything I looked at was too tall, too wide and too deep to fit into the cabinet.
But I found one! It was delivered today.
Before it was hauled off, I denuded the old fridge of all the fridge magnets.
Now, if I knew how to do a poll - which I don't - I'd run a poll.
So I'll just ask this question.
1 - Shall I stick with "tasteful" fridge decorations (is there any such thing)?
2 - Shall I reconstruct the fannish portion of my fridge decor?
I have images of Spock, Kirk, McCoy, Holmes & Watson, Illya Kuryakin, Spike, Vinnie Terranova, Mulder & Scully, and...
Walter Skinner in his underwear...!
Should they adorn my fridge once more?
EDITED: The fridge magnets, sans a few mundane ones that I don't like anymore, have been restored, and Walter Skinner, in his underwear, occupies pride of place.